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Same Update Keeps Showing Up

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Hi everytime I check for a system update it keeps showing the Macbook Pro EFI Firmware update 2.7 and when I click install one item it takes about 10 seconds then my computer restarts does whatever then boots up normal. Any reason for this?
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