For those running into problems when first going for the lengthy list of Windows updates along with the other optional updates and end up seeing a "Blue Screen of Death"(BSOD) on 7 here's something you may find works as a solution.
Along comes a brand new build up and running with all that new set of hardwares in working order. No problems you would think and then that dreaded BSOD strikes right when going for that long list of updates. And that's precisely what was seen here as well on one new build.
First the BSOD where the screen simply went black too fast to catch the bad news of what the cause was. But this was right when the downloading was inprogress. That was later followed by the second attempt at the list of updates all at once for the next attempt.
No BSOD on the second attempt but the indicator that some 5 of all those failed. The next part actually held the solution of simply unchecking those 5 until the remaining all went on iwthout hesitation in order to find out which one was having a problem.
Well as these images will show... SUCCESS without hesitation when the 5 were gone for strictly by themselves. In most cases this should resolve problems run into when going for simply too many at once.