How to Run Troubleshooting – Troubleshoot Problems with Windows 10 Update
If you’re anything like us, you set up previous Windows releases so that they wouldn’t install updates automatically – one forced reboot is one too many.
How can you update to Windows 10 without encountering any problems? All of these are what you will find out in this article. So, I urge you to read on to the end of this article to find out more.
On October 13th the latest update for Windows 10 arrived and it has been causing lots of problems and headaches to people. Trying to get an update on your system is now sort of a big problem for PC owners.
Problems with Windows 10 Update
Windows 10 gave us the last updates to solve bugs and fix vulnerabilities. Instead of that, both the two-update release of KB4579311 and KB4577671 are causing more problems than expected.
The installing of these updates has been bringing error messages during the installation process. The installation delaying out at around 80% or getting stuck in the final stage or restart to complete the update process.
There are many problems one encounters with the Windows 10 updates. One such problem includes the crashing of systems, monitor problems, black and blue screens, problems with file explore.
Other than that, it trying install the software package at time display some error codes like 0x8007000d, ox800f0988, 0x800f0831, 0x80073701, 0x80070002, 0x800f081f.
How do I troubleshoot Windows 10 without settings?
How to Fix Windows 10 Update
Since people started to encounter these problems with the updates, they have also been looking for ways to fix it. There have been many solutions and ways that have been tested and used to try and fix this issue.
The best-suggested ways to try and fix the update issues is to uninstall the latest update and pause it for some time being. The steps below will guide you on how to pause the update. There are two ways to do that.
- Pause Updates.
- Turn Off Automatic Installation.
- Run Windows Update troubleshooter.
- Run the DISM tool.
- Manually reset Windows Updates components.
- Run a System File Checker scan.
- Temporarily disable your antivirus security software.
- Download updates manually.
To pause the update on your system, you first have to navigate through to the settings of your PC. Go to “Update and Security”.
Select “Windows Update” to find your current update settings. There you will see “Advanced Options”.
Now on the Advanced Option locate “Pause Updates” and click on it. This automatically pauses your updates for 35 days.
Turn Off Automatic Installation:
The Turn Off Automatic Installation is another method to stops download updates. To that simply follow the steps below.
- Go to the “Security and Maintenance” section of the control panel.
- Click on the “Maintenance” option and you will find a large variety of options.
- Click on “Automatic Maintenance”.
- Now click on “Stop Maintenance”.
This will stop it from automatically updating itself. If you still want to install the updates on your system but you are having difficulties then you should follow the steps below and include the following.
- Microsoft version and build.
- Home or Pro.
- 32 bit or 64 bits.
- Patch you are installing.
- Reported error messages.
There you have it. These are some of the best ways you can try to fix these installing issues.
How do I troubleshoot Windows 10 problems?
- Select Start > Settings > Update & Security > Troubleshoot, or select the Find troubleshooters shortcut at the end of this topic.
- Select the type of troubleshooting you want to do, then select Run the troubleshooter.
- Allow the troubleshooter to run and then answer any questions on the screen.
Checking internet connection
Although it might be obvious, but if you’re not connected to the internet, you won’t be able to download and install updates.
To confirm you have an active internet connection, use these steps:
- Open Start.
- Search for Command Prompt and click the top result to open the console.
- Type the following command to confirm you have an active internet connection and press Enter:
In the command, we’re pinging Google domain as an example, but you can use other pingable domains or services, such as CloudFlare.com, or Google DNS services (22.214.171.124 or 126.96.36.199).
- Confirm you’re getting a reply without any packet loss.
Of course, you can always try to open any website with your web browser, but using Command Prompt is a more effective method to confirm network connectivity.
If you can’t connect to the internet, then it’s probably a problem with your connection, not Windows Update. You can use this comprehensive guide to resolve most common issues connecting to a network.