Since July 29, 2015 Windows 10 Pro has attempted to download every day and it has failed along with two "optional" downloads for a NEC LCD Monitor and an Intel Management Interface that is also recorded as "optional". In order to try and move this update along, I deleted the contents of C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution\Download and typed "wuauclt.exe /updatenow" into the command prompt. Win10 actually downloaded and then began installation (although I thought I would have control over when my computer would update to Windows 10 Pro). Part way through the installation process the "optional" updates seemed to become critical updates and again, those updates "failed". And the Windows 10 download appeared to vanish. There are two apps that need to be uninstalled during the installation process: HP Protect Tools and Windows Live Essentials. There are no other exceptions according to the Get Windows 10 desktop. Is there a "fix" for this problem? I prefer not to force this too much and have nothing but problems with Windows 10 at a later date. NOTE: This is an HP Desktop 64-bit using Windows 7 Professional Thank you for your assistance.