Posts under Windows Updates tag.

The Windows Update service could not be stopped

The Windows Update service could not be stopped

If you are trying to stop Windows Update service using Command Prompt, but you receive a message The Windows Update service could not be stopped, here is what you can do to stop the Service. This message appears only when […]

What is Windows 10 LTSC or Long-Term Servicing Channel?

When it comes to Windows Update, Microsoft wants consumers to keep their computers updated. However, this strategy doesn’t work for Business, and especially those devices which only depend on functionality and features that don’t change over time. That’s where Windows […]

Fix Windows Update Error 0x80244019

There are a number of things that can go wrong with the Windows Update module of Windows 10. Out of a number of fixable errors, error 0x80244019 is one of the errors whose cause is dependent on a number of factors. […]

Fix Windows Update error 0xc1900130 on Windows 10

Windows Upgrade Error Code 0xc1900130 may occur when the network connection between the client machine and the Windows Update server is interrupted, and the install cannot continue because the instance hash was not found. You may see the following message […]

Windows Update components must be repaired, One or more windows update components are configured incorrectly

Windows Update components must be repaired error on Windows 10

If you see a message Windows Update components must be repaired, One or more windows update components are configured incorrectly in Windows 10, then here are some suggestions that can help you resolve the issue. Windows Update components must be […]

Microsoft has said that Windows 10 will start removing installed Windows Updates that cause problems in starting or running your device at peak efficiency. Windows Updates which fail dues to software incompatibilities will get automatically uninstalled. After your computer has recovered from a startup failure, you may see this notification: We removed some recently installed updates to recover your device from a startup failure. When Windows detects this, it will resolve this issue by attempting to uninstall the problematic update. Once the update has been uninstalled, Windows 10 will also prevent such problematic updates from re-installing automatically for the next 30 days - after which, it will again try to automatically install the update. This 30-day period will give Microsoft and its partners the opportunity to investigate the failure and fix the updates. Now even after fixing such updates, if your PC is unable to function properly after its installation of these updates, Windows 10 will uninstall them again.

Windows 10 will now automatically uninstall problematic Updates

Microsoft has said that Windows 10 will start removing installed Windows Updates that cause problems in starting or running your device at peak efficiency. Windows Updates which fail dues to software incompatibilities will get automatically uninstalled. After your computer has […]

Fix Windows Update error 0x80246008 in Windows 10

The error code of 0x80246008 for Windows Updates can occur during different phases of an Update being downloading, installing or even when an update is initialized. Narrowing it down to a single cause, it is related to the deliverability of a file […]

Fix Windows Update error 0x80244022 on Windows 10

The error code 0x80244022 – WU_E_PT_HTTP_STATUS_SERVICE_UNAVAIL HTTP 503 for Windows Update is another error that you can encounter while checking, downloading or installing any updates for Windows computers. The exact cause for this issue is unknown but there are some potential […]

Fix Windows Update error 0x80096004 on Windows 10

People have reported Microsoft of encountering error 0x80096004 for Windows Updates. This is caused during the initial download and verification process, and even Windows features (FODs) are also affected by this error. The error code says TRUST_E_CERT_SIGNATURE. This means that the signature of the […]

Fix Windows Update Error 0x80004005 on Windows 10

Microsoft regularly keeps on pushing updates to its supported versions of Windows operating systems to make it better and defend it against various types of vulnerabilities. Pushing fixes to billions of active Windows devices every then and now is not […]

Fix Error 0x80070426 for Microsoft Store and Windows Update

The error code 0x80070426 is another Windows 10 error that is applicable to both Microsoft Store and Windows Update. The error for Windows Update states- “There were problems installing some updates, but we’ll try again later. If you keep seeing this and […]

Windows 10 Creators Update not installing

Windows 10 May 2019 Update v1903 not installing

Some users reported that they were unable to install the Windows 10 May 2019 Update v1903 on their system. Though there may or may not be any error message specific to this issue, users reported that it reverts to the […]

Force Windows Update on Windows 10

How to force update Windows 10

When Microsoft rolls out Windows 10 feature updates, they do it in phases. It means that they are not available to everyone right away. While it is possible to force update Windows 10, you should understand a few things. The […]

Fix Windows Update Error Code 0x80246017 on Windows 10

Windows Update error codes need to be fixed as they make the affected computer vulnerable to threats and exploits. However, fixing different errors can vary from error to error. The error code 0x80246017 is accompanied by message WU_E_DM_UNAUTHORIZED_LOCAL_USER. As per the […]

Fix Error 0x80240438 for Windows Updates and Microsoft Store

The Error Code 0x80240438 can occur for both Windows Updates and the Microsoft Store on Windows 10. This is because the delivery mechanism for both is interdependent and common. This is the reason that many Windows Update and Microsoft Store error codes […]