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Windows 10 Install looping on KB4467702

H20Burner
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I disabled windows update for the time being after they claim it deletes files. Now its install looping on it and asks for a restart. It claims its installed in the update history but its failing everytime on reboot and wants to redownload and do it again. Any ideas?

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Perhaps system restore to a restore point? Or if possible, boot into safe mode and download Windows media creation tool and try updating with that. I also think Windows 10 has an option to uninstall updates in the update section so try that if you can get into safe mode. 

 

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Just now, DarkEnergy said:

Perhaps system restore to a restore point? Or if possible, boot into safe mode and download Windows media creation tool and try updating with that. I also think Windows 10 has an option to uninstall updates in the update section so try that if you can get into safe mode. 

How do you update with media creation tool?

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go to windows update history log and see what's the error attached to it, google that error code and you'll normally find the reason and solution.

 

I was looping in a cumulative update that kept failing I went check out the code error it turns out my 'hidden system reserved storage' was lower than 500mb and because of that the update would fail, so I made the steps to increase it and it worked.

 

It's tiresome yeah but you can sort it out with patience most of the time

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2 minutes ago, H20Burner said:

How do you update with media creation tool?

I personally haven't done it but this article shows it in use. 

https://windowsreport.com/install-windows-10-spring-update-iso-file/

 

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Just now, Princess Cadence said:

go to windows update history log and see what's the error attached to it, google that error code and you'll normally find the reason and solution.

 

I was looping in a cumulative update that kept failing I went check out the code error it turns out my 'hidden system reserved storage' was lower than 500mb and because of that the update would fail, so I made the steps to increase it and it worked.

 

It's tiresome yeah but you can sort it out with patience most of the time

You are talking about the log in the softwaredistribution folder?

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