Windows 10 updates to come shortly if you don't have this one it will be on it's way soon, some computers will not automatic update you must do it manually !! Latest edition is >>> Version 2004 (OS Build 19041.388)
After some personal tests and researches, I present you here some solutions categorized by issue causes. Follow these solutions in the order they are listed in the passage and your problem will be solved.
1. Hard Reset
In case your iPad falls into a reboot loop, try hard reset to interrupt the rebooting process. To force your iPad to restart, hold the home button and the on/off button at the same time until the screen blackens and then shows an apple logo. With good luck, the iPad would return to normal again.
2. Try to Recover the iOS System
I do hope that the previous suggestions will help you out of the trouble, but if they don't, you can try to factory iPad reset. However, a normal reset would erase all your data, not to mention it is difficult to achieve since the iPad cannot be used normally.
To free you from all the troubles and loss of your precious data, I would like to recommend a useful iOS repair tool - TunesKit iOS System Recovery. Still searching for tutorials to reset your iPad? Forget about it! TunesKit iOS System Recovery has the full ability to deliver all you want.
TunesKit iOS System Recovery is a user-friendly software - only three steps, most of which are automatic, to recover the iOS system of your iPad, and all you have to do is to connect the device with the computer and click a few buttons. TunesKit iOS System Recovery can solve more than 30 iOS problems, including iPad white screen, iPad stuck in recovery mode and various iTunes issues, and there is no doubt that the nonstop reboot problem will be dealt with perfectly.
Certainly, it would cost you a small sum of money, but the time and efforts you would spend on finding reset tutorials and act according to them will be saved.
tanausaha, it is not only showing up for updates but also when you're attempting to install a new application or also possible for it to appear when you upgrade to Windows 10 from an older version of Windows, like Windows 7 or 8.1 ! So you should investigate the error further !
When you try to install an update on Windows 10, on the disk partition page, the 0x80070057 error appears. This simply means that Windows could not format the partition on the disk. The error occurred while preparing the selected partition for installation. Therefore, you should make sure to update outdated drivers to automatically resolve the problem.