computer does not start after the installation of updates

Just click on the button "installs the update and the computer shuts down."  When the computer turns off automatically, I pushed the power button and now it is frozen the computer in start mode.  What should I do now?  Can I power off and try again (or which will mess up the configuration of the update that he just installed.

Note: There are 21 updates installed last night without problem; then 1 update again (that set up correctly when I restarted this morning).  After a successful this morning launch, I noticed there was an another update to install, which is what made me at this point.

Single computer at home (I use my work computer to submit this application).

Wait awhile and see if, during the initialization of the problem to be solved or not. It is NOT a good idea to unplug the laptop.

If this does not work, then try to press F8 and choose last known good configration, but you may need to reinstall the update again.

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