Most computers run updates automatically in the background. These updates are important because they fix newly discovered security holes and allow the computer user to run the latest and greatest software.

But sometimes updates go bad. A recent update took out many of users USB devices. When and update goes bad, you can:

  1. Roll back Windows to an earlier date using the restore utility.
  2. Look online for a patch
  3. Give up and buy a new computer.

If none of these solutions work for you, then it is time to take your computer to a local IT Pro. They will know exactly what to do to bring your computer back to life.