having a problem with the ----1324 update, It started when it apparently tried to install the update by restarting overnight. In the AM, the wheel to load Windows 10 was spinning at the bottom of an otherwise black screen. After several attempts, I called ASUS Customer service, who talked me through restarting by going to a previous restore point. That worked - the only restore point I had was from the previous day. When I went to the UPDATE settings, it listed the update as-- having failed to install. After a couowple of hours, it appeared to reinstall the update, but when I tried to restart, the same thing happened and to use the laptop, I had to go back to the restore page. This has happened a couple of times since. Right now, on the main update page, it shows the ---1324 update as pending restart, along with a security update for something called Visual C. If I check on the older updates page, it shows the ----1324 updates, 3 of them actually, that failed to install, It does show other updates as installing correctly but didn't require a restart. I tried running troubleshooter on the update page, but it is also telling me I need to restart in order to access some files, and I don't want to go thru all that again. So I guess I'm asking is...are the older failed installs causing the problem? Or is it any update that requires a restart going to continue to do this? I don't really want to rebuild the whole system and lose what I've got on there.