Fix: Windows 10 Update 1709 Fails to Install : Microsoft Support +1-877-353-1149

Fix: Windows 10 Update 1709 Fails to Install : Microsoft Support +1-877-353-1149

Windows launch updates to its existing operating system for security improvements, bug fixes and overall improvement in the interface. These updates roll out after a specific set of time and are available for the user to download and install. However, there are several cases when the update fails to install and returns an error. The exact cause of this issue is not known as each update is different as it targets different issues. We have compiled different solutions authenticated by the end users themselves; take a look.

Solution 1: Running Windows Update Troubleshooter
Microsoft has developed an application named as Windows Update Troubleshooter. It analyzes your system particularly the windows update module and troubleshoots problems. Make sure that the troubleshooting process complete. This application checks and scans all your system files so some time might be consumed.
  1. Download the Windows Update Troubleshooter from the official Microsoft website.
  2. Go to the folder where you downloaded it and open the file.
  3. Once the troubleshooting has started, select the option of Windows Update and click on Next.
  4. If there is a newer version of the troubleshooter available, Windows will prompt that a newer edition would be more suitable for the troubleshooting. Click on the option of “Run the Windows 10 Windows Update Troubleshooter” if you are prompted.
  5. After the troubleshooter has analyzed your computer and registry values, it might prompt that either there are windows updates pending, the solution was fixed or the solution was not fixed. If you are prompted with a fix, click on “Apply this Fix”.
  6. Now Windows will apply the fix and inform you of completion. Restart your computer for the changes to take place and check if the error message goes away.
You can also run the Windows Update Troubleshooter from your computer.

  1. Press Windows + S to launch the start menu’s search bar. Type “troubleshoot” in the dialogue box and click on the first result which comes forth.
  2. Once in the troubleshoot menu, select “Windows Update” and click the button “Run the troubleshooter”.
  3. You might be prompted that the troubleshooter requires administrator access to check for problems with your system. Click the option “Try troubleshooting as an administrator”.
  4. After the fixes are implemented, restart your computer and check if the problem got fixed.
Note: This solution requires an active internet connection for optimum results. Also, try to run the troubleshooter a number of times instead of trying only once.

Solution 2: Running some Commands

We can try running some commands to reset some modules and bring them into proper configuration. Do note that you require an administrator account to perform all these operations.

  1. Press Windows + S to launch the search bar of your start menu. Type command prompt, right click on the first result which comes forth and select “Run as administrator”.
  2. Once in the command prompt, execute the following commands one by one and make sure that each command is executed before following up with the next.
  net stop bits
  net stop wuauserv
  net stop appidsvc
  net stop cryptsvc
  ren C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution SoftwareDistribution.old
  ren C:\Windows\System32\catroot2 catroot2.old
  net start bits
  net start wuauserv
  net start appidsvc
  net start cryptSvc
  1. Exit the command prompt and restart your computer. Now check if the update can be installed again.
If your Problem is not Solved after applying this instructions then Contact Us:

Website : Microsoft Support

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