My new gaming computer has given itself an update after a few days of it being sent back after the first time this issue occurred. This supposedly critical update forces itself to be downloaded and applied when connected to the internet, I've reset the PC to the day it was sent back to us when I was 100% sure it was in perfect condition. This update causes an infinite configuration loop of crashing and restarting, for whatever reason when I left it on over night it was on the log in screen. Most times I try to log in the computer crashes on the blue screen and restarts and when I successfully log in, it slows down massively and lags every click and time I attempt to accomplish anything. If I click too often or press ctrl+alt+del it instantly crashes. Specs: - 16GB RAM - Custom Intel 6600 (Not K) Intel I5 6600 Skylake - Custom 1TB HDD Western Digital WD10EZEX 1TB Sata Hard Drive - Custom H110M-S2H (DDR4) I would consider these specs to run faster than a potato after a windows update. Questions: - Should I be blaming the company that built the computer or Microsoft Windows for faulty programming? - Is this actually fixable considering I have already sent this back once yet it became an issue again? - If this does get fixed, how would I prevent automatic windows updates? Thanks in advance.