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Microsoft automatically rebooting my system


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#1 gib65

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Posted 10 December 2009 - 11:49 AM

It seems as though Microsoft automatically updates computers running its OS and sometimes this results in the computer automatically restarting. The other night, I lost some data because I hadn't saved before going to bed. I guess Microsoft decided it was OK to toss my data in the middle of the night in order to make its updates effective by restarting my computer.

There must be a way to prevent this. I like getting my automatic updates, so I don't want to turn that off, but I don't want it to automatically reboot my system once the updates are downloaded and installed. I'll do that myself in the morning.

Can this be done?

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Posted 10 December 2009 - 04:00 PM

yeah its annoying, but there should be a setting in your windows update to start, windows update, and then settings) that states something along the lines of download updates but let me choose when to install them. That way it will download them, and then tell you they are downloaded, but they will not install untill you tell it to, that will stop it from restarting when you dont want it to.

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