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The third update of Windows 10 is causing Windows 10 computer to crash over and over again.

The KB3081424 of Windows 10 update (a roll-up of bug fixes) fails during the update process and triggers the message: “We couldn’t complete the updates, undoing the changes.” This undoing will cause a mandatory system reboot and when you log back on Windows 10 update will try to install KB3081424 again.

The update cannot be stopped KB3081424 and this leaves system stuck in an endless Windows 10 reboot loop.

Read More: Have more other Windows 10 problems during or after update?

See Windows 10 Update Issues and Solutions, as well as How to Successfully Update to Windows 10? If it fails for the first time, the initial failure will be found to create a bad entry in the Windows 10 registry.

This will stop its subsequent attempts to reinstall from working correctly.

Try the solutions below to fix the Windows 10 keeps restarting your computer issue, like Lenovo, Asus, Acer, Dell, HP, Think Pad, Toshiba, IBM, Sony, Gateway, Samsung, IBM, etc.

Microsoft has released updated fix for this Windows 10 boot loop issue. Open Settings Windows Update, and select “Check for updates”.

 An additional update will be downloaded and installed to your Windows 10 computer to fix the endless reboot loop.

To prevent Windows 10 keeps restarting again, make sure all the drivers are correct and compatible with Windows 10.

You can use Driver Talent in the second method to check if there are driver issues on your computer. In the window that opens navigate to: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\Current Version\Profile List Step 3.