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Windows Server 2008 R2 Update crashed server now getting the C0000034 error 299 of 13500

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After applying updates to windows sbs 2011 which is running on windows server 2008 r2 . System stops at boot with fatal error C0000034 error 299 I havae atached the pending xml file i made a copy i cant find the anything wrong with like discussed in previous fixes. Attached is my file im stuck and in need os some helpful feedback ran the script against this file as well and it still faled
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I suggest you use your backup to restore the server to the state previous to the update, the day before's backup and then apply one update at a time to see which is the culprit--is this a physial server or a virtual server--hopefully a virtual server?
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