A year or two back, Microsoft began releasing Creator's content patches to win10. For some reason these updates played havoc with the way rF2 read USB ports. So that after the update, many users(myself included) found our wheels and pedals were not being detected by windows10 and thus not by rF2. The fixes included downloading and installing new drivers for your motherboard, usb ports etc. AND there was at least one thread detailing how to prevent windows from updating again. I followed one of those threads and ran the utility to block win updates. BUT NOW....Windows again wants to update, it downloads the update, installs the update, at about 98% complete is says it cannot complete the update and will revert back to the previous version. This include at least 2 system reboots. The entire process takes about 20 minutes to verify the downloaded update, the attempt the install the update and the removal of the update. Everything works correctly after this process EXCEPT win10 keeps trying to complete the process. Every other day it cranks up the entire process again. I even used win10 settings to delay the last attempt for a week and it still popped off just now when I attempted to boot my system. So my question is: Is there a way to stop win10 from attempting this failed update 3 or 4 times a week?