El capitan update fails to restart except in safe mode. can I recover the operating system in safe mode?

ElCapitan updated (from apple update) fails to complete restart, except in safe mode. How can I recover or reinstall the OS of a restart to safe mode?

Boot into Recovery (R command) and run disk utility > first aid on your MacintoshHD

You can always reinstall the os x from here, if necessary

OS X: on OS X Recovery - Apple Support

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