Published: 28.05.2018 06:27

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Windows Update Stuck or Frozen? Here's How to Fix It

Right-click on an empty area on your desktop. Select New Shortcut. In the first box of the Create Shortcut Wizard, type : -a. Now click Next and name the shortcut : Abort Shutdown. Click Finish. Finally, select an appropriate icon for it !

HP PCs - The Computer Restarts Unexpectedly (Windows 10, 8

Hey i have faced the same problem but i resolved the problem with the help of this link..
http:///blog/post/Disable-Automatic-Forced-Restart-After-Windows-Update-Windows8-Home-Edition/

ServiWin: Windows Services/Drivers Tool (start/stop/restart service)

Luckily, there’s another way to do it in Windows 8 and 65. Go to the Shutdown menu, and hold down Shift as you select Restart.

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I just followed your steps and wanted to say thank you, as this post seems to be timeless. I wasn't interested in shutting down the updates altogether, but the forced restart is AGGRESSIVELY obnoxious (and never ever comes at a convenient time like the middle of the night while I'm not using my device. Almost seems like they wait for me to get started on something before *bloop* update popup. Ugh, I digress). Anyway, following your register instructions to the tee was pretty straightforward and my computer did not brick :) Thank you again!

If you’re running Windows 7, boot the machine and press F8 repeatedly. Once the Advanced Boot Options menu comes up, select Start Windows Normally.

Disable windows updates says every malware creator everywhere! Does ANYONE ever think before taking this advice?!!

You might also see Stage 6 of 6 or Stage 6 of 8, or a similar message prior to the second example. Sometimes Restarting is all you'll see on the screen. There might also be some wording differences depending on which version of Windows you're using.

You cannot cancel a restart or shutdown using the Shutdown Event Tracker Windows interface. It is only possible to perform this task from the command line. To cancel or abort system shutdown or restart, open Command Prompt, type shutdown /a within the time-out period and hit Enter. It would instead be easier to create a desktop or keyboard shortcut for it. The /a argument will abort a system shutdown and can only be used during the time-out period.

If you’re using Windows 8 Professional or (Ultimate), then you have access to Local Group Policy Editor, which is the easier (albeit longer) route for achieving this.