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Windows 10 Setup - "Why did my PC restart?"
Why I am getting the "Why did my PC restart?" message?
After taking the quick setup information, your new Windows 10 computer may display a message saying:
Why did my PC restart? There's a problem that's keeping us from getting your PC ready to use, but we think an update will help get things working again. Here's how to get the update: 1. Make sure your PC is plugged in. 2. If this PC uses Wi-Fi, select Next to follow instructions to connect to a Wi-Fi network. 3. If this PC does not use Wi-Fi, insert a network cable to connect to wired network, and select Next. 4. Once you're connected, select Next, and the update will install.
The message is clear, your computer wants to get system updates from HP or Microsoft Websites, since the system installed on the computer might be outdated.
Click "Next" and see the next tutorial.
â‡’ Windows 10 Setup - Wi-Fi Connection
â‡ Windows 10 System Quick Setup
â‡‘ Setup New Computer with Windows 10
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