Sounds like you just got one of the big windows cumulative updates that just came out a few days ago. You can go settings then under Updates & security then click advanced options and at the top you will see “Choose how updates are installed” change to “Notify to schedule restart”.
This will prevent your computer from updating automatically and forcing a restart while you are using the computer. You will still want to to get updates but this way you can decided when the updates are done.
I did the W10 update and didn't even know there was a recommended procedure to remove SSDR before updating. No worries though, if you use the procedure to completely uninstall SSDR, that fixes any problems you might run in to. I had a problem with my DAX driver not working, followed the guide and everything works fine now.
John, I think you are confusing the auto-updates of W10 with the forced upgrade from W8 to W10 that Burt experienced.
Howard, I must say I disagree with your statement. I did the W7 to W10 upgrade and only experienced one driver problem that was easily solved. I don't think that should be enough to stop anyone from upgrading. This OS update is one of the easiest, painless ones I've ever experienced.
Yep. I missed that. Sounds like this: http://www.cnet.com/uk/news/windows-10-update-triggers-reboot-glitch-for-some-users/
Which references this as a source for a fix: http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10-update/cumulative-update-for-windows-10-...
Sorry did I say 3.2 I meant 8
I must be one of the lucky ones, I Installed Win 10 the day it was released and is working perfect for me?The black screen is a known problem that some users have experienced and is related to a graphics issue with the first release where some peoples graphics cards wont initialize correctly at start up. The latest update supposedly fixes that problem.