The cumulative update for Windows 10 KB4507453 released by Microsoft on July 9 is said to have triggered a restart notification loop on some of the computers on which it was installed.
This problem has been reported by Windows users on multiple Web sites and in Computer Support Forums on the Internet [1, 2, 3]all of which describe the same issue: You are prompted to restart their devices to complete the installation of the KB4507453 update although it was already installed.
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Not all systems on which KB4507453 is installed will be affected
Even according to the German blogger Günter Born, who had originally reported the problem with the restart loop, not all users of Windows 10, version 1903, had this cumulative Installing Update is affected because it could not reproduce the error on its test systems.
The update information does not contain any information about changes to the Windows 10 notification The system or update installation procedure that may be behind this error.
As described in the KB4507453 update at the Microsoft Support Web site, it includes the following highlights:
Born states that there are at least two possible workarounds to eliminate the irritating warnings that constantly plague users to restart their systems.
First, click Restart Now in the notification dialog generated by the Windows 10 Notification Center instead of trying to restart the system from the Start menu.
A second workaround is to recheck Windows Update for system updates, as Jan von Heise has noted online from Schüßler. In this way, the operating system can determine that no new updates are available and no further restarts are required, as all previous updates have been installed.
This may happen by itself after some time when Windows itself is looking for updates. Some affected Windows users may need hours.
Additional cumulative update issues in July
Additional monthly rollups, pure security updates, and cumulative updates (for example, KB4503293, KB4503327, and KB4503286), released on June 11, is behind a problem that has already been confirmed by Redmond has affected several Windows 10 Server versions.
This new known issue, now recognized by Microsoft, may prevent devices from booting when they use Preboot Execution Environment (PXE) images from Windows Deployment Services (WDS) servers or System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM).
The cumulative update KB4507469 is another known issue that may cause a small number of devices to be "started". O A black screen during the first login after installing updates.
To bypass this black screen, users can press Ctrl + Alt + Del, and then select the On / Off button in the menu. Click in the lower right corner of the Restart and then click "Restart Normal."
Microsoft is currently working on solutions to these two known issues that should be available on Windows 10 release.