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However, Windows Update can also cause problems — particularly by nagging you to reboot when you’re trying to use your computer and automatically restarting your computer overnight.

It will pop up and inform you that it’s restarting your computer in fifteen minutes unless you postpone the shutdown.

Even more obnoxiously, you can only postpone the shutdown for up to four hours at a time.

No pressure, but I'm REALLY hoping someone here can help me with this.

It has been driving me crazy(er) for 4 or 5 days now. I've searched & tried 20 different fixes & nothing has helped. I've installed Windows XP Pro 32-bit on a system that built from parts. In addition to that, I've installed XP no less than 50 times over the last 10-12 years or how ever long it has been out. I can't help but think that since XP is at EOL in a few months, that Micro Soft has just put some kind of weirdness on their update tool so people HAVE to upgrade to 7 or 8. ran the CD that came with the Motherboard & installed all of the software for the chipset, VGA, etc. I then clicked on the "Windows Updates" link & went to go install updates as I have EVERY time. I had Auto Update set to download, but not install. I went back to the update site & was able to run the update tool, but when I went to install ANY updates, I get the error, "Some updates were not installed" & NO updates are installed. I searched for, found, downloaded & ran 10 different MS "Fix it" apps & some things were fixed, but MANY were not.

To fix this, you can change the value of the No Auto Reboot With Logged On Users registry key, forcing Windows to not reboot if a user is logged in.

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