Acer Aspire R3-131T-C28S slowly updating Windows 10 1803

May 8, 2018
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Ran the Windows 10 1803 update from USB. Installed and computer restarted and is at screen installing updates. Has been on that screen for 12+ hours only at 3%. Any fix or ways to solve or resolve?
 
Why adding an update from a USB? You should be able to just download it if it is able to run on your system. If the laptop is not connected to the internet, it may not accept the update this way then, as it may well need internet access to complete.

The data you have on the USB may also be flawed and not work properly.

You may also want to try this... if you are connected to the internet while doing all this...

1. Turn off the laptop.
2. Turn off your WiFi, or take the laptop to an area where there isn't any WiFi. (If connected via Ethernet, unplug it.)
3. Turn on the laptop.
4. Once it fully loads, then turn on your WiFi again.

It should work now. Sometimes (especially in 10) updates, including those that come after a reset, can get the computer stuck. It happens when an update fails, for whatever reason, and the device continually tries to get it to install over and over. Leaving you 'stuck'. Until you take away its ability to continue trying the update, hence the no WiFi, then it should load.
 
Why adding an update from a USB? You should be able to just download it if it is able to run on your system. If the laptop is not connected to the internet, it may not accept the update this way then, as it may well need internet access to complete.

The data you have on the USB may also be flawed and not work properly.

You may also want to try this... if you are connected to the internet while doing all this...

1. Turn off the laptop.
2. Turn off your WiFi, or take the laptop to an area where there isn't any WiFi. (If connected via Ethernet, unplug it.)
3. Turn on the laptop.
4. Once it fully loads, then turn on your WiFi again.

It should work now. Sometimes (especially in 10) updates, including those that come after a reset, can get the computer stuck. It happens when an update fails, for whatever reason, and the device continually tries to get it to install over and over. Leaving you 'stuck'. Until you take away its ability to continue trying the update, hence the no WiFi, then it should load.
 
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