Yes, this is quite weird, Zomby. Did you upgrade it a day before the end of "free upgrade"? Perhaps there was an interruption of the process of upgrading the operating system. You mentioned you restarted it, right? Did you update the drivers and software before upgrading it to Windows 10? Did you run Widows Update and Vaio Update? Let's try the System File Checker of Windows: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/instantanswers/bd832f07-1420-0c14-d2a5-0a5a24ba40be/using-system.... The sfc /scannow command will scan all protected system files, and replace corrupted files with a cached copy that is located in a compressed folder at %WinDir%\System32\dllcache.
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yes. every time I check for drivers updates, the list is empty, says that I am up to date.
I did a disk clean, a scannow, windows update, etc...
i had problem before from upgrading win 8.1 to win10, when windows reverted the changes, it kept windows 10, so its like it reverted back to what succeed but never could complete the installation. Now with the newer update for the windows 10, I still get the problem of freezing at 32%.
If you google windows 10 stuck at 32%, im not alone, there is many people having the same issue, with different hardware setup.
3. when trying to run windows updates, everything looks great until a windows restart and at 30% it freezes. The cpu fan, keeps running, it wont stop, computer becomes hot if I leave it like this for too long. I perform this same windows update 7 times already and each time it does the same thing, freezes at around 30-32% with the CPU fan running constantly. I have to shut it off and turn it back on, windows does a recovery on its own.
so what is causing it? This is a SONY laptop, only Sony would figured it out, please help.