Windows 10 installs using bootcamp

Hello everyone, thank you for taking the time to read this. I'm at my wits end. First off I have a MBP mid 2015 with the i7 2.8, 16 GB ram, 1 TB SSD and so on. Ten days ago I performed regular updates in windows 10. When it has restarted, or attempted, restart failed and he was stuck in a loop, partially restart, partially install updates and then try to come back, close and so on.
After enough time, I simply deleted this partition and to install again. No matter what I do, I can't get windows to install 10. I downloaded windows 10 to 64-bit windows and saved ISO on my drive. Follow the directions in the training camp in the letter. When the system restarts in the windows installer, I follow the directions. In the screen that asks you the partition, I select the bootcamp partition, and then select format. No options are given, rather it works for a while then the NEXT one is available. I click on it I get an error saying that WINDOWS cannot NOT INSTALL, CHECK the FILES NEWSPAPERS INSTALLER or something like that. No error code is given.

I go back to a single partition and try again. This has been done several times. I delete the partition and let the Setup program create a new partition, no luck. I erase the entire disk and put a new clean copy of Mac OS x and try again, same thing. I update for SIERRA, same thing. No matter what I do, I can not setup to go. I even downloaded a second copy of windows and tried a new way of thinking of ISO there is a corrupt file, no luck. I called apple, some time passes, and they suggested that I should talk to the windows support.
So I chat with windows help. not 2 minutes they suggest in that I find a local computer at my expense to solve this problem.

So I hang up, call apple. We go through complete diagnosis and even once, I was informed to call windows.
Second attempt to windows and 1 minute they tell me to go buy a dedicated computer windows because they cannot support it. Has anyone seen this? Any help would be great.
Still, all worked well until this recent update of windows.

Thanks for your time and your suggestions.

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