Computer keeps updating shutdown
If the issue causes your Mac to restart every time it attempts to start up, your Mac might eventually shut down.
Use the steps below to check the software and hardware on your Mac.
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If possible, remove it and test with the original memory or disk.
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Here’s the simplest method: make sure the desktop has focus by clicking any empty area of the desktop or pressing Windows D on your keyboard.
So, if a computer on the network is getting any updates from yours, shut down won’t occur until the files transfer finishes.
To shut down without installing updates, select “Shut down” from the drop-down list. You can also shut down your PC immediately from the login screen. Then, in the lower-right corner of the login screen, click the power button and select “Shut down” from the popup menu. Lastly, if you need do do this from a script, you run the following shutdown command in a Command Prompt window.
Type the following command at the prompt and press Enter. Your PC will shut down immediately without installing updates.
Of course, if updates are causing lots of problems for you, you can also prevent Windows 10 from automatically downloading updates and set “Active Hours” so Windows 10 won’t restart at a bad time.
Every time you try to update anything, the computer keeps telling you to restart your computer.