What happens if your Windows 10 update reports an error and wouldn’t install?
Sometimes the Windows update fails to get installed. This may cause slow working of the whole system and some of the programs not functioning correctly. The device may also flicker or hang due to the exact cause. When Windows 10 updates fail, they show a pop-up menu with a particular error number. This determines the type, possible cause, and effective solution of the error in installing. The device shows a pop-up menu whenever you try to run an update stating the update had been run but didn’t find any. If you are also facing the same issue, then let’s see its possible solutions.
It is the most effective way of dealing with Windows 10 update errors, not installing. It provides a root-up mechanism to pick the streamlined processing of the software. That’s why while troubleshooting, the issues get resolved themselves.
To run troubleshooting in Windows 10 update, you will need to follow the given instructions;
- First, begin with opening the start menu.
- After that type, the control panel in the search box and open the control panel.
- Now there will be an option stating Updates and Security, which encompasses all update-related functions and features of the device.
- Click on the Update and Security, now you will see an option of troubleshoot.
- Click on the troubleshooting. This will show the next slide of options with Windows update. Select Windows Update and then click on the run troubleshoot.
- This will start troubleshooting for your Windows 10 update and will likely solve the issue.
Before starting the troubleshoot, uninstall any kind of non-Microsoft software like firewall, anti-virus, etc. If the troubleshooting steps mentioned above don’t work, then you will need to opt for Windows reset.