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#1 alanem


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Posted 11 July 2018 - 10:16 AM

Hello I need help please.  For the past week or so on a nearly daily basis Windows 10 has been trying to install a Cumalitive Update (for version 1803 x64 based system) KB 4284835 and continually fails and it then has to undo the changes. This takes quite some time with numerous restarts.  This morning I got another update  KB4338819 and it is doing exactly the same thing.  The error message for both is 0x800f0922. 
Can I do anything to get over this please?


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Posted 11 July 2018 - 10:32 AM

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Learn to use Google Search.  :busy:

Make full system images to restore to if your computer goes bonkers.

#3 jenae


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Posted 11 July 2018 - 06:52 PM

Hi, I am afraid none of the above work the component store(winsxs file) has data written to it and this data is in a staging condition. It must be removed for the system to receive updates. We have to mod the registry then use the dism util to remove the offending packages, once done a sfc /scannow and dism restore health cmd will have the system ready to receive the updates. The attached method works (I really cannot recommend anything other then this method, it appears daunting, however print it out, read it carefully and all you really need to do is copy and paste some cmd's). The alternative is a clean install, a reset will not work.

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