Re: Problem updating Windows 10
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Well this seems to come up often, assuming Microsoft has not created yet more ways to screw it up, this is the normal advice. Note only try one thing at once, do not be tempted to alter things unless you actually need to. Note I did not write this it came from the web some time back but as far as I know its safe.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
Solutions to Fix Error Code 0x80070002
When you got this kind of error, do not worry! Here are a couple of solutions for this issue, which is fairly easy, even for a person that doesn't have a lot of technical experience. Just follow the instructions in the methods below to simply resolve Windows Update errors 0x80070002 or 0x80070003.
Solution 1. Quick Fix: Check Time Settings
Details are the key to success, the time settings have a great influence on the Windows update. Simply check the date and time settings may solve your problem:
Click “Control Panel”
Open “Date and Time”
Press on “Change date and time” and make corrections if necessary
Configure your time zone before pressing OK
Press on “Internet Time” tab before selecting “Change Settings”
Check “Synchronize with an Internet time server” before choosing the Time Server from the list presented
Press “Update Now”
Press “OK” twice to complete the configuration and close all open windows
After this, restart your computer before accessing Windows Update. if You had Incorrect time set on your system then doing above steps should fix the 0x80070002 error for you.
Solution 2. Check and Remove the Corrupted System Files
If the quick fix does not work, it is therefore advised to scan and see if you have any corrupted files on your system.
First, Scan and Check the Corrupted System Files
Click Windows icon and type CMD, then right-click command prompt and choose Run as Administrator
Type “SFC /scannow” and hit enter
Wait for this process to complete
use cmd to fix 0x80070002 error code
If you get a message that everything succeeded then try to run Windows Update again, if you get an error message which contains that corrupted files were found but cannot be repaired then please try to remove the corrupted files
Second, Remove the Corrupted Windows Update Files
1. Click "Start" button and select "Control Panel". Type "Administrative Tools" in the search box and press Enter.
2. On the pop-up windows find and double-click "Service". If you are asked to provide administrator password or confirmation, type password and give confirmation.
3. Click the tab "Name" to sort items alphabetically, after which you can find out Windows Update service easily. Right-click it and select Stop.
If deleting system files does not help you, you can fix the 0x80070002 error by deleting software distribution folder to help you solve this case. Follow Solution 3 to get it fixed now.
Solution 3. Delete Software Distribution Folder to Fix 0x80070002
The Software distribution folder is found on the C drive of your system. It is in the folder where all downloaded Windows updates are stored.
It may turn out that some files in the folder are corrupt and therefore unable to or prevent installation of updates. Deleting it can help in resolving error code 0x80070002. Here are the simple steps:
Click "This PC" or "My computer"
Navigate to “C:\Windows” folder.
Search for and delete the folder named “SoftwareDistribution”. You may also choose to rename the folder as “SoftwareDistributionOld” in case you do not wish to delete it.
Restart your computer before accessing Windows Update Store. You should be able to notice updates being downloaded and installed. This will make sure that this method works to fix error 0x80070002 code for you.
Solution 4. Try Windows Update Troubleshooter
The Windows Update Troubleshooter is always a method to consider when you have any problems running Windows Update. Go to the Microsoft official website, search for "Troubleshooter" and download it, and this tool is able to automatically diagnose and fix common problems with Windows Update.
Important Note: Backup Data When Error 0x80070002 Occurs
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