Look for the update that wasn't installed, write down the error code, and contact. The RestoreHealth switch can take up to 20 minutes to complete the process. Ignore that message, it's lies — for one, there's no app to uninstall as it's Windows 10 causing the issue. If your Computer is stuck, frozen and struggling to install a Windows Update, you will find the steps to fix Stuck Windows 10 Update on your computer. I'm not sure why Windows Update is stuck. This package includes updates released from February 2011 all the way to May 16, 2016.
I tried all of the steps again, no luck. After it restarts, Microsoft says you should wait ten to twelve minutes to allow the process to finish. Plus I cruelly uninstalled Candy Crush Saga that Microsoft wants me to try ever so much. Restore from an image backup If you created an image backup when Windows 10 was healthy, try restoring Windows from that. Windows 10 Build 15019 is not installing? Hopefully they will be able to figure out the issue and fix it so no one else has to go through this mass. Check Show more restore points—if the option is available.
Restart Computer Major Windows Updates can be quite large and it takes a long time to download and install major Windows updates on your computer. If this problem affects you, we've outlined some help below alongside solutions to the most common Windows Update problems. As with the image backup option discussed above, make sure you back up your data beforehand. Of course, if you want, you could also take some time to to make it easier in the future. Run Disk Cleanup and delete everything listed. If Windows Update has been throwing out error messages, then cross-check the error code contained within against that list — this will likely help you to discover the reasons the updates are failing in the first place.
Hope this helps, Good luck! Well, do it this time. On the next screen you will see a list of updates. A rubbish fact, mind, but a fact nonetheless. From the search result, right-click command prompt and select run as administrator. Last week, out of the blue the laptop decided to show me the blue update screen for 30 minutes in the morning when I needed to use it. Please refer to our article to know how to run and use the Windows Update troubleshooter in Windows 10 to address Windows Update issues. Select the update that matches your Windows operating system version, be it a 64 bit or a 32 bit system.
In the resulting dialog box, click the System Restore button. Ok, admittedly I should have known that nothing is free in life, and new features from Microsoft must come at a cost. If you are able to access System Restore or Go Back and it fails, skip to step 3. When not in doubt, restart anyway. Scroll down until you find the last successfully installed update.
This is essentially Windows 7 Service Pack 2 in all but name. If there are any hurdles during the Upgrade see these steps to optimize the install as this is evidence it's corrupted: But remember that a factory or Upgrade install are inferior installs that most enthusiasts would never run in the first place because they'd expect endless issues. Click Retry when the update service has finish installing all other updates. This can happen in Windows 10 Pro or Home edition, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows server 2016, and server 2012. Restart and check for updates, and this should have disappeared.
God damn it, it works! The following fix is available on numerous forums and websites, and one of our kind readers brought our attention to it. On the next screen, locate SoftwareDistribution Folder and click on it. If your computer does not go to the Login screen and starts updating again, you will have to boot your computer in and try to fix the problem. This is an issue that Windows 10 users face often. The aforementioned steps was the solution in my case, so I wrote them down. Before too long you are looking at the Win+R menu from Windows 95 and RegEdit program of similar vintage with the top menu that inexplicably opens to the left.
Feel free to ask back any questions and let us know how it goes. But back up your libraries and other data files first onto external media. Next I dropped into the command line. Well, you have to kill the Windows update service. This problem appeared to me last night while I was formating a computer at home.