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How to remove Windows 11 problematic updates

If there is a problem with the update of the quality update program that is provided on a regular basis for Windows 11, you can uninstall it from the update history of Windows update in the settings. Also, even if Windows 11 cannot start, you can remove the latest updates by starting the repair function. This page shows how to remove Windows 11 Quality Updates.
Please refer to the following page for the target method when a problem occurs in the update program.
Uninstall Windows 11 updates

Remove updates from Windows 11 settings

1. Click the Start button to open Uninstall Quality Updates and click Settings in Start.
 Click Windows Update.
 2. Click “Update History” in Windows Update.
 3. When “Update history” is displayed, click “Uninstall updates” at the bottom.
 4. When “Uninstall update” is displayed, click “Uninstall” for the update to remove, and then click “Uninstall” again when the confirmation dialog is displayed.
 5. When the uninstallation starts, the progress will be displayed in the progress bar, so just wait.
 6. Once the update has finished removing, the box will say “Uninstalled…”.

Some programs say “restart required”. In this case, the removal of the update will be completed after the restart.

Remove the update program from the situation where Windows 11 does not start
There are three ways to start the recovery function: forced shutdown by power operation, installation media, and recovery drive. This section introduces the activation of the recovery function by a power operation that does not require media.

Start with repair function

  • Turn on the computer’s power switch, and when the startup screen (spinning) is displayed, press and hold the power button until it shuts down to “force shutdown”.
    * Forced termination must be performed twice or more in succession.

    The timing of pressing the power button for forced shutdown is to turn off the power by pressing and holding the power button when the startup screen or ” spinning ” screen is displayed.
    * Depending on the computer, the Windows logo may not be displayed, and the manufacturer’s logo or nothing may be displayed.
    * Even if the computer is running, but the Windows boot screen is not even displayed, try “Force Quit”.

    Forcibly terminate the computer two or more times in a row, and if “Preparing automatic repair” or “Please wait” is displayed, wait as it is. Depending on the version and environment, “Please wait” may be displayed, the automatic repair described below may not be executed, and the “Recovery” screen may be displayed immediately, but there is no problem.If Automatic Repair is launched, the startup screen will say “Preparing Automatic Repair” and then “Diagnosing your PC”. If “Recovery” is displayed, proceed to the next step (2).
    It may take quite some time during the diagnosis, but just wait. 

  • When the Automatic Repair screen appears, click Advanced options.

    * Depending on the PC environment, the “Recovery” screen may appear, but click “Show advanced options”.

  • Click “Troubleshoot” and then click “Advanced options” on the next screen.

Remove updates from the repair feature

1. When Advanced options appear, click Uninstall updates.
 Depending on the edition and execution environment of the repair function, it may be necessary to select the administrator user and enter the “password”.
When the account selection screen appears, select a user with administrator privileges, enter the password, and click Continue.
2. When “Uninstall updates” is displayed, click “Uninstall the latest quality updates”.
 3. When the “Uninstall the latest quality update” screen appears, click “Uninstall the latest quality update”. <.
 4. “Uninstalling the latest quality update program” will be displayed, so it may take some time depending on the environment, but just wait.
 5. When “Uninstallation is complete” is displayed, click “Finish”.

6. When “Choose an option” appears, click “Continue” and Windows 11 will start after restarting.
 This completes the removal of quality updates from the situation where Windows 11 does not start.

Settings after removing updates

Even if you delete the quality updates, if you do not take measures, the deleted updates will be automatically installed again. The setting is to enable “Pause Updates” in “Windows Update”. Click the Start button, then click Settings in Start.
 Click Windows Update.
 Select a period of time for “Pause Updates” to prevent the automatically removed updates from installing during that period. 

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