If you get an error code while downloading and installing Windows updates, the Update Troubleshooter can help resolve the problem. Select Start > Settings > Update & Security > Troubleshoot > Additional troubleshooters.
Click on Update & Security.
Click on Troubleshoot.
Under the “Get up and running” section, select the Windows Update option.
Click the Run the troubleshooter button.
A common cause, including errors, is lack of disk space. If you need help freeing up disk space, check out Tips for Freeing up the Most Disk Space on Your PC. The steps in this walkthrough should really help with all Windows Update inconsistencies and other issues – you need to find the specific error in order to fix it.
Low Disk Space: If your computer does not have enough free disk space to complete the Windows 10 update, the extension will stop and Windows will check for a failed update. A small gap is usually sufficient. Update corrupted files. Removing the corrupted extension files usually fixes this bad behavior.
Press and hold the power button while your computer starts up (opens in a new specific window) to turn it on, and then turn it back on. This will take you to the Windows update options, just like when you enter Safe Mode. Only this time, go to Troubleshoot > Advanced Options and select Uninstall Updates.
Solutions for Windows Update Windows Offline Installer error 0x800f0905 Run the update troubleshooter. On Windows 10, go to Settings > Update & Security > Troubleshoot > Additional Fixes.
Reset update components. The update components are corrupted somehow, it is better to update windows error 0x800f0905.
Recovery of damaged system files.
Install the latest updates manually.
Open File Explorer.
In the File Explorer address bar, enter the following address: C:\WINDOWS\SoftwareDistribution\Download
Select all the files in the folders and press “Delete” on your keyboard.
Check Services.msc frequently.
Right-click Windows Service Update.
Close the window. To
Check for updates here on Windows Update.
Try changing your DNS and server and check for updates.
Download and run a specific tool, go to the Recovery section and uncheck more or less all options except Windows Updates Restore.
Try canceling the system contribution and then check again for the specific update.
Be sure to run a full virus scan.
Run DISM, SFC and Chkdsk scan.
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