Solved: Suggestions for Fixing Cant find newest build after rolling back to previous build. Error
Asked by Customers: So, recently (after the November build release) I woke the next morning to find that my computer underwent a rather major update. After which, it seemed, my home network was thrown out of wack. I immediately rolled/reverted/recovered to previous build. But now everything is out of wack. Most of the time I have to restart my computer just so it'll communicate with my printer to start printing. And restarting the computer is twice as long if it restarts at all. Most of the time It gets stuck in the "restart" progress animates (the rotating circles) and I have to press the restart button on the computer tower, with great regret and dread. Transferring files from one windows 10 device to another is a 50/50 hit or miss. I'm pissed. I'm not literate when it comes to networking and was super happy how everything was. But now, not only is my wifi home network out of wack, but my computer itself is wonky. I figure I might as well reinstall the newest build in hopes that it'll at least fix a fe of the problems. But anytime I check for updates, the newest build no longer shows up. Can someone please help? Answer:Have you find that your computer is much slower than before, especially when you have used your computer for a long time. Honestly, Cant find newest build after rolling back to previous build. error message might be the fuse for your computer problems.
Fix Cant find newest build after rolling back to previous build. with SmartPCFixer
1. Open System Restore by clicking the Start button Picture of the Start button. In the search box, type System Restore, and then, in the list of results, click System Restore. Administrator permission required If you're prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.
2. Click "Next", and follow the instruction to restore your PC.