Windows 10: Windows 10 Force Installing Broken Update To My Computer

  1.    17 Jul 2017 #1

    Windows 10 Force Installing Broken Update To My Computer

    I have Windows 10 Home Edition Version 1703 installed on my computer, and, lately, it has been force installing these update to my computer: KB4022725 and KB4025376 are the two updates, and, whenever I restart my computer, it gets to a certain point in the update, and, it tells me this:

    "We couldn't complete the updates
    Undoing changes
    Do not turn off your computer"

    It displays this message for quite some time until restarting! It repeats this process a few more times until it finally logs me in, but, when I log in, my Start Menu is broken! When I click on the button to open the start menu, it tells me this:

    "Critical Error
    Start menu and Cortana aren't working. We'll try to fix this next time you sign in."

    And there is a button telling me to sign out! So, I click the button to sign out, sign back in, and, to fix the start menu, I reboot the computer into safe mode and reboot the computer again into normal mode, but, I can't click on any icons in the search bar! So, I have to run Powershell as administrator and type in a command to fix that! I am sick of doing this and I do not want to update my computer! So far, I have went into Task Scheduler, went to the Reboot task in UpdateOrchestrator, and, disabled it, but, every once in a while, it would re-enable itself so I have to disable it, again! So, I took ownership of the Reboot file, renamed it to Reboot.bak and created a folder and named it Reboot to permanently disable it! I also stopped and disabled the Windows Update service and set my network as a metered connection, but, when I press the power icon in the start menu, it still shows Update and shut down and Update and restart! I just want to get rid of the whole entire update thing and keep me computer fixed! Can you please help me fix my computer?
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  2.    18 Jul 2017 #2

    First try running sfc /scannow from an admin command prompt to check /repair your system files.
      My ComputersSystem Spec


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