Most of the time, Windows Update does its job with little if any attention from us.While we might check and install updates manually from time to time, most Windows 10 computers are configured to apply important updates automatically, while older versions like Windows 7 and Windows 8, usually apply these fixes the night of Patch Tuesday.
At the moment, I am running, as work must get done, a well-known debian fork, which, other than the inability to communicate via the fora on a touchpad issue, is flawless, but the newer version of selfsame has the same issue as describe by OP.
Sometimes, however, when the patch, or maybe even service pack, is being installed during shutdown or startup, the update installation gets stuck - freezes, locks up, stops, hangs, clocks... Windows Update is taking forever and it's time to fix the problem.
The installation of one or more Windows updates is probably stuck or frozen if you see one of the following messages persist for a long time: is all you'll see on the screen.
My HDTV keeps giving me a "no signal" message then after like 30 seconds it turns off (the tv) and then it turns on again searches for the single and after 30 seconds of looking for it it turns off again then powers on again etc etc.
It just keeps doing this over and over it has been doing this for the past 40 minutes I tried manually telling it to go to HDMI I tried the VGA everything it just wont get the PC signal no matter what. I'm scared to turn it off or do anything to it at this point. As always helpful tips will be appreciated ^^I think some ASUS motherboards will actually update the bios with no CPU via a USB stick but I am not positive.