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I am sorry to know that you are facing problem with your computer.
Push and hold down the power button for 15 seconds and once it powered off wait for 3 mins and then power it back on.
The windows update has basically frozen the computer follow the steps and after turning it back on you will be back on your normal windows screen.
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I believe the problem is resolved and you are telling me if you have follow the steps or not. What steps do you want to run on a frozen computer till we do not shut down and restart it back Let me know if any one can run any command on a frozen screen as you want.
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On your question you clearly said your pc is frozen on update screen and not mentioned issue with installing its updates or errors.
Your question posted with us:
"When logging off my laptop i got a message "do not power off or unplug your machine update 1 of on1". The mouse keeps spinning but doesnt make any progress. Its been stck like this for days".
The previous expert is correct in saying you do need to power off the computer and turn it back on.
We can then troubleshoot the issue for the Windows update that was hung.
The screen you're describing happens during Windows updates sometimes where it gets stuck on an update and will just sit there until you break the infinite loop by powering it off and back on. This will not hurt the computer in anyway, we need to break the cycle it's currently in to troubleshoot further.
Checking in to see if you still need help with this issue, if so please reply at your convenience.
You can look in update history to see if it's failing on same update or not.
If it is, try downloading the update manually.
Right click computer --> properties --> windows update --> view update history.