Restarted before updating can continue
Microsoft has rolled out a major new update for Windows 10 that's causing headaches for some users.
Pushed out last Wednesday, a major update for Windows 10 dubbed KB3081424 is designed as a cumulative update, which means it incorporates all of the bug fixes previously released for the new OS. After the update fails to install properly the first time around, Windows 10 tries to roll it back as is standard procedure.
I hit this issue but my problem was something completely different.But since the update is automated and forced, Windows tries to install it again after rebooting, causing a loop of reboots for some users.Writer Adrian Kingsley-Hughes of CNET sister site ZDNet wrote about his travails trying to install the update on Sunday and getting stuck in a series of reboots.They are usually caused by software that was installed, or a problem with connected hardware.To help avoid kernel panics, install all available software updates until Software Update reports, "Your software is up to date." OS X updates help your Mac handle the kinds of issues that can cause kernel panics, such as malformed network packets, or third party software issues.
For most kernel panics, updating your software is all you have to do.