Boot no longer works after upgrading to Juno

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  1. Linewx

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    I had a series of update problems on eOS.
    At first, I interrupted an update because my son urged me to go play with him. Unfortunately, after that, updates didn't work anymore.

    I tried what was proposed on this page
    thinking it would help me to restore the ability to update. I hadn't made any search about what Juno was.

    But after that, boot was freezing. Twice I had the boot running more than one hour and a half, but not working. The third time, I could access the command line (the same as with Ctrl Alt F1) and made a few updates.

    After that, I tried to boot a former version of eOS in recovery mode, and succeeded in upgrading totally to Juno. But I still wasn't unable to boot.
    My question is : how to repair boot whan it is not working? I am a newbie in Linux. I know there is a "boot repair" command, but would like to use it properly., i.e; with the help of someone more experienced than me.

    (When I boot and push on Windows + TAB, I have a message
    Starting Cleanup of Temporary Directories
    A start job is running for Hold until boot process finishes up (1hour 30 min)?
    Don't know if it might help)

    Thanks to anyone tryning to help me.

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