My laptop is stuck in a loop - "Configuring updates: stage 3 of 3-0% complete." Do not turn off your computer"appears.

My laptop is stuck in a loop - "Configuring updates: stage 3 of 3-0% complete." Do not turn off your computer"appears.
So going to "Shutting Down". The computer shutsdown portable & restarts, then shows the message "Configuring updates...". "once again,.
before stopping again and so on. Can anyone help please?

The link below has options to solve your problem of loop.

http://support.Microsoft.com/kb/949358>

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