Continuous reboot prompt

I get a prompt to reboot that I can't replace. He repeats to me it will reboot in 10 min., and if I click on reporter he just comes back. It has something to do with 10 windows which I did not. I found a transfer failure which titled GDR: Cumulative Update for Windows 10 version 1511 for Systems (KB3156421) based on x 64. All I want is to stop the prompt. I'm not ready to upgrade to Windows 10.

The upgrade is probably already underway.  Your best bet is to let him finish.  If you REALLY don't want to win 10 that you can simply refuse the terms of use at the end of the installation.

The free win 10 ends in July.  If you do not upgrade before, then you will need to buy later.

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