When you try to install the October 2023 or November 2023 Cumulative Update KB5031356 (19045.3570) or KB5032189 (19045.3693), the update attempts to install and then rolls back the installation. The CBS logs contain the following entries:Read more
When you attempt to install a feature update, the error 0xc1420121 may appear.
The setupact.log may show the following entries:
When you attempt to install a Feature Update, the error code 0x80070003 – 0x20008 may appear.
The Setupact.log file may show the following contents:Read more
When you install a Windows 10/11 Feature Update, the setup process may go until 87% and close automatically with an exception error 0xc0000005 that is recorded in the setup logs. A crash dump file may also be generated.
Setupact.log (in the Panther directory) contains these entries:Read more
When you try to upgrade to Windows 11 (22H2 or higher) from a previous build or an earlier Operating System, the error 0x80888002 occurs. The following is the error message verbatim.Read more
When you try installing the 2023-02 Cumulative Update for Windows 11 Version 22H2 for x64-based Systems (KB5022913), the error 0x800f081f may appear. We couldn’t install this update, but you can try again (0x800f081f) Cause This happens if a manifest file is missing from the computer. Resolution Follow these steps to restore the missing file. Download … Read more
When you run Windows Setup to repair or upgrade your Windows 10 or 11 computer, the Setup fails with the following error:Read more
There are many different types of diagnostic logs in Windows. Each log is to diagnose a specific component. The Windows Update client creates the Windows Update ETL or Windows Update log files, the Component-Based Servicing uses “cbs.log”, and the DISM tool writes to “dism.log”, etc.Read more
When you upgrade from Windows 7 or Windows 8 to Windows 10 or 11 or do a repair installation, the error 0x800707E7 – 0x3000D may occur and the setup is canceled automatically. The same error may occur when installing a Feature Update (e.g., upgrading from 21H2 to 22H2). Here is the full error message:
We couldn't install Windows 10. We've set your PC back to the way it was just before you started installing Windows 10. 0x800707E7 - 0X3000D The installation failed in the FIRST_BOOT phase with an error during MIGRATE_DATA operation.
When installing an update, especially a Cumulative Update or .NET Framework package in your Windows 10 or 11 computer, the update installation may fail with an error code
0xc1900104 or the error message “Something didn’t go as planned”.Read more