In the search box on the taskbar, type View installed updates, and then select View installed updates.
Expand the window to see the installation date, and then select the update that you want to uninstall.
If uninstalling an update fixes the stop error, temporarily block the update from automatically installing again.
You can also try the following:
Scan device performance and health
Windows Defender periodically scans your device for potential problems. To see the results of the most recent scan, type “Windows Defender” on the search bar and select Windows Defender Security Center. Select Device performance & health. If there are problems with your device’s update history or drivers, they’re displayed here.
For more information, see the following support article: Track your device and performance health in Windows Defender.
Run Windows Defender Offline
Windows Defender Offline scans your PC for malware. For more information, see the following support article: Help protect my PC with Windows Defender Offline.
Remove recently installed or unnecessary software (for example, antivirus software from companies other than Microsoft) and see if that resolves the problem.
Select the Start button, then select Settings > System > Apps & features. Select Sort by name and change it to Sort by install date. Select a recently installed app you want to remove, and then select Uninstall.
Remove external hardware
Unplug unnecessary external hardware (printers, webcams, additional monitors, etc.) before upgrading.
Turn fast startup on or off
Sometimes, toggling the fast startup setting can help resolve stop errors. On the search bar, type “Control Panel” and select it. Then select Hardware and Sound > Power Options > System Settings. Under Shutdown settings, find Turn on fast startup (recommended). If this setting is turned off, select the check box. If it’s turned on,