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Windows 7: Windows update client -reboots inconvenient timing

21 Dec 2010   #1
MiaAccess

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Windows update client -reboots inconvenient timing

When I boot my computer in the morning, more than once, Windows 7 shows a message by the systray that windows will reboot in so many minutes. If I don't pay attention and stop it, it reboots when it wants to. It just rebooted while doing a file transfer unattended. It killed the transfer 50 minutes into it.

When I want to shut down the computer myself, most of the time Outlook prevents closing, but when Windows want to reboot, it does not care which programs I have open. In the middle of anything, it reboots.

How can I change this to make it have my approval before rebooting. If this cannot be done, where do I change the timing?


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21 Dec 2010   #2
SledgeDG

Windows 7 Ultimate x86
 
 

You might want to check this out

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