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 Windows 10 Update got Failed: Troubleshoot

You updated your windows while using Windows 10 and the update failed again.

One of the recent and tech-friendly Operating systems is Windows 10.  There are numerous issues that you got stuck with while using windows 10.

One of the recent errors reported by many users is that the Windows Update feature is failing again and again,and because of this they are unable to update Windows 10 on their system.

There are many causes of such errors to knock your system.  If you’re facing issues with the Windows Update failure on Windows 10, go further for the troubleshooting.

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The Error:

Most of the time your operating system is not updated and leads to multiple errors, office programs don’t respond. Thus, updating the operating system timely is of great importance.

These updates for Windows 10 mix multiple issues and introduce some new ones. Being very crucial for the security purpose, once you update your system is smoother.

 

What Do Error Messages Look like?

Several users get the error messages of the Windows Update failing. The messages may look like an error popping – up mentioning “Windows Update failed to install” or “Install failed.”

Even in some cases, there is no message or notification but the process got stuck at some point or other.

 

This might be causing the Windows 10 Update failing error?

The issue of Windows Update failing over and over can have many causes producing the error.

 

  1. Corrupt or missing system files.
  2. Outdated drivers.
  3. An issue with the Windows Update service.

Your system might be having another unique issue.

You need to use an administrator account to perform all the troubleshooting.

Troubleshoot: How to fix Windows Update failing errors?

Resolution Option 1:

Running the Windows Update Troubleshooter tool from Microsoft is a tool to help you fix issues with Windows 10’s updates. This free tool is  available for anyone who can download  it even without a Microsoft Account.

Run the tool and fix the errors.

 

  • Explore the WindowsUpdate.diagcab file
  • You can download it by double-clicking on it
  • Your troubleshooter window will be launched
  • You need to follow the on-screen instructions.
  • If troubleshooters identify any issues, click on them to automatically resolve it.
  • If the tool is not able to fix it will give you more information about the trouble.

 

Resolution  Option 2:

You can try Running the System File Checker (SFC) scan system file checker. This is a tool that is available to use in Windows 10 by default.

It’s a quick way to resolve the issues with corrupted system files automatically.

  • Tap the Windows + R keys on your keyboard. This is going to bring up the Run utility.
  • Launch the command prompt by Typing in “cmd” and press the Ctrl + Shift + Enter keys on your keyboard.
  • Choose Yes to allow the Command Prompt to make changes on your device.
  • Explore Command Prompt, type in the following command and press Enter to execute it: sfc /scannow
  • Let the SFC scan finish scanning your computer and repairing corrupt files.
  • This will take a long time; ensure that you don’t close the Command Prompt or shut down your computer.
  • Restart your system after the scan gets completed.

Resolution Option 3:

Executing the DISM tool that helps you to locate and resolve issues with your system. They include simply running commands. It finds the corruption on your computer and automatically resolves it by applying fixes to restore damaged or missing files.

  • Tap Windows + R keys to run the utility.
  • Type this: “cmd”
  • Tap the keys Ctrl + Shift + Enter keys on your keyboard.
  • Click Yes to let the Command run Prompt to refresh your device.
  • Run the DISM scan to find issues across the system.
  • Type this command and press Enter to run it: DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Scanhealth
  • Run a command to fix these issues found on your computer. You can do this by typing this and press Enter again: DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth

 

Let the process finish. Close the Command Prompt window and restart your device.

Resolution Option 4:

Disable your antivirus temporarily as it might be hindering the process of updating.

To test if your antivirus software is interfering with connections you should temporarily disable it.

 

  • Locate empty space in your taskbar and then right click to explore.
  • Go to Task Manager.
  • Expand details by choosing the “More Details”.
  • Proceed to the Start-up tab using the header menu located at the top of the window.
  • Locate your antivirus application from the list and click it once
  • Disable it from the button in the bottom-right of the window.
  • Restart your computer

Try to update your windows again

If you succeed to update, get a customized application to restrict interference with Windows.

 

Resolution Option 5:

Restore your Windows 10 using backup

If everything else fails, check for a Restore Point on your computer. Use this to restore your computer.

 

  • Press the two keys together on your keyboard:the Windows + S to open up the search bar.
  • Type “restore”. This will open “Create a restore point”
  • Explore the System Properties window.
  • Explore the “System Protection” option.
  • Choose “System Restore.” to go further.
  • A new dialog window will open up.
  • Follow on-screen instructions.
  • You will spot an earlier restore point stored on your device.
  • Restore it and try updating your system once again.

This guide will surely help you out to troubleshoot the “Windows Update keeps failing” error while using your Windows 10 system.

There are fixes to most of the errors. If none of the options works, you should go to  Microsoft’s customer support team to help you with troubleshooting. You can also find an IT specialist to resolve your issue.

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