During the installation process of a new update, you may get an error that will prevent Windows 10 Update from installing the latest version. How can you fix this problem?
While there are a number of reasons that can cause this problem, usually, you can use the Windows Update troubleshooter to reset the service. - Open Settings. - Click on Update & Security. - Click on Troubleshoot. - Select the Windows Update troubleshooter. - Click the Run the troubleshooter button. - Click Apply this fix if applicable to resolve the issue. In the case your device generates a 0x80245006 error, then it indicates that files required are missing or damaged. The Windows Update troubleshooter can help you to fix this issue as well.If the troubleshooter couldn't resolve the problem, you can also try upgrading to version 1709 using the Media Creation Tool.
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Review Date: 2020-06-01