Another solution is to remove the application that causes this.
Close fast startup, Open the Control Panel , and click on the Power Options icon, then choose close the lid, Click/tap on the Change settings that are currently unavailable link at the top, remove the hook of turn on fast startup, click save it helps.
Any help on how to sort this out would also be appreciated. When I search installed updates it says it's installed, but uninstalling and reinstalling manually just gets me back to the same situation. I don't have version 4 so why should this keep on trying to install?
I installed Windows 10 after an upgrade to Windows 8, however I find that it restarts my PC within 30 minutes of shutting it down.
The update history shows a security update, KB3069762, which has been showing as "pending" for the whole of this period despite numerous restarts, but never shows as "successful" or "failed". PS - I've tried uninstalling security update KB3069762 and then reinstalling manually via Microsoft Security Bulletins (MS15-067) but it still shows as pending after restarting. Delete Software Distribution where all downloaded updates are cached.
Click Star Menu and type into search box right clich select "Run as administrator".
I would try turning off "Fast Start." Settings/system/power and sleep/Additional power settings (right pane , bottom)/Change what the power button does.
Microsoft also has the very powerful Fix It Tool 50202 that completely reinstalls Windows Update components.I saw a new update came out on Nvidia Ge Force Experience. After it downloaded, I selected custom setup and it started setup. For over 24 hours Windows Update has said "Restart your computer to install important updates", yet every time I restart and check Windows Update it is still saying "Restart your computwer to install important updates". I also uninstalled the "Upgrade to Windows10 Home " update which now shows as failed.That's an interesting bug since that's not what that setting does.That setting is supposed to enable Wake-On-LAN, a feature that uses a specific type of network signal for booting your computer.