Hi, yes as britechguy say's your updates are in a mess, it is possible to repair this, however it does require you to load and then unload a registry hive, and run some Dism cmd's, syntax critical, not in my opinion too difficult, however many people are frightened to try this, as it's something way over their heads. I don't mean this in a disrespectful way, just from experience many have balked at attempting it. Since it takes some time to write out I have decided not to bother on this a mum's and dad's forum.
Leaves you with two alternatives first (and always best) is to do a complete clean install of windows.
Second (and in your case recommended, as a clean install can always be used as a fall back).
Download the windows media creation tool from MS (you need a blank flash drive with at least 8gb capacity.)
Read the instructions, you do not need to create a ISO unless you have problems with the straight download (most don't).
Boot to windows and open the downloaded flash drive, it contains a file setup.exe, all you do is run this, A reinstall of the OS will take place, it will be the most current version. All your apps and files will be maintained, this is the default option, just make sure you don't select any other. It will essentially be the same as the old install, you lose nothing. This is the best approach for you now, since it will fix your updates problem.