Black screen of death after allowing the download of Windows updates

If I turn off the Windows Update (never check the updates), everything works fine. If I put "Download updates but let me choose whether to install" I have problems. The PC continuously restarts itself just as the Windows password box appears.
I find that even if I said not to install updates, it does not account for this and will forward any how. The stop button indicates that the fixes will be installed (kb973923, kb973525, kb936514 & kb956828) after some difficulties, I can get it to boot. And then, during the stop, it install another patch kb960003. Then again, at shutdown, it install another patch. I can't tell which one is installed at this stage because it is impossible to get it working again. Safe mode does not help. I have to go back to a restore point before I set windows update to download the patches use the ERD.
Why it installs fixes when I told explicitly not to do so?
How will I know what is\are the origin of the problem patches?
I have to run my PC without updates, which is obviously not a good idea
The problem began in late December, front, then it worked OK.

Hi Mike,.
Thanks for the reply
I tried your suggestion without success
But I think that I managed to solve the problem by updating the BIOS of the motherboard - it has not occurred since.
Very strange, I would not have thought there could be something in the BIOS that could cause this
Thanks a lot for your help

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