Lost Start Menu & Search Box After Large Wins Update

My OS Win 10 Pro. I did a system restore to try and correct the above problem and got this notification after restore "System Restore did not complete successfully error occured (DX 800705 aa). However to my surprise I did get my start menu and search box back,but on the second reboot I lost them again. At a loss to know what to do next for a permenent fix.

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Which AV do you use?

Norton and others can break "system restore". With some of these you have to disable to use system restore. If you get it back, wait a while before trying the update again while windows sorts out bugs.

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What AV Do U Use

All I use is Wins 10 Defender. As a solution I tried to "uninstall the 2 large Win Updates from yesterday" It went through the motions but get notice "uninstall was unsuccessfull"

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Wins Updates Tues. Aug 13

In case anyone else is experiencing problems after these updates I spoke with Msft.Support and they acknowledged a lot of problems being reported.Apparently a lot has to do with out dated BIOS firmware being compatible with Wins 10 version 1903 and most recent updates. I am resolving my problems by replacing my old Acer desktop.
p.s. msft did say that these issues being experienced will most likely be patched in the next major update release (for those that can wait that long)

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