If you get an error code while downloading and installing Windows updates, the Update Troubleshooter can help resolve the problem.
Select Start Windows logo Start button > Settings Gear-shaped Settings icon > Update & Security Circular arrows Sync icon > Troubleshoot. Next, under Get up and running, select Windows Update > Run the troubleshooter.
When the troubleshooter is finished running, it’s a good idea to restart your device.
Next, check for new updates. Select Start Windows logo Start button > Settings Gear-shaped Settings icon > Update & Security Circular arrows Sync icon > Windows Update Circular arrows Sync icon > Check for updates, and then install any available updates.
If the problems aren’t all resolved, try running the troubleshooter again to check for additional errors, or see Fix Windows Update errors and follow the troubleshooting steps.
For more Windows Update troubleshooting info, see Troubleshoot problems updating Windows 10.
Restart your computer.
Check the date and time.
Try a different network.
Update or disable your antivirus. Update
disable for Microsoft products.
Restart the Windows Update service.
Run the update troubleshooter.
Run Disk Cleanup.
Go to Start – All Programs – Accessories – click on Command Prompt and select “Run as Administrator”
Enter the stop Gain wuaauserv command to stop the Windows Update service.
Wait until you finally get the following: Publishing Windows to a Service completed successfully.
If you want to install the email for now, go to > Startup Options > Update & Security > Windows Update, then select Check for Updates. If updates are available, use them.
Low Disk Space: If your PC does not currently have enough free disk space to update Windows 10, the kitchen area will stop updating and Windows will report an update failure. This is usually enough to save time. Updating corrupted files: Removing corrupted updates usually fixes this situation.
How to fix Windows 10 installation stuck while checking for updates. Part 1: Stop the Windows Update Service Step 1: Press + S to open the search menu and enter command prompt. Step: Don’t forget to run CMD as administrator. Step 3: Enter the specific command: net stop wuauserv and press Enter to execute the transfer command.
Restart your computer. Sometimes the problem is that you might have a blocked program or process that is preventing Windows Search from working properly.
Installing Updates Another reason why Windows Search isn’t working is that an update is waiting to be installed on your computer.
Use the Windows Troubleshooter
Windows 10 will not uninstall updated third party security software.
Manually check Windows Update Electric.
Keep all Windows services running.
Run the Windows Update troubleshooter.
Restart Windows Update Media via CMD.
Increase free disk space.
Recovery of damaged system files.
Launch Windows Security from the Start menu and select Virus & Threat Protection.
Under Immediate Threats, Viruses, and Protection Updates, click Protection Updates.
Select “Check for Updates” and Windows Security will attempt to download the latest improvements from Microsoft.
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