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I had this issue also (I'm on Windows 7, but the issue is identical). Many sources have found that KB2976978 has been re-released numerous times; it's likely that the version of the patch you have is an older release with glitchy behavior. Uninstall it from appwiz.cpl and reboot. Windows Update will re-offer it next time it checks for updates. I went ahead ...
If the computer is booting into Windows Recovery Environment you can always access the files and perform backup Both the methods require booting into Windows Recovery Environemt Command Prompt Method : Once booted in Windows Recovery Environment, choose Command Prompt Locate your System disk and backup disk Perform Copy/Move using DOS commands ...
Never mind guys. The only thing i should have done is pressing del very quickly before the POST screen even appears:)
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