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Windows 10 Update fails

2018-02-14, 8:19 AM



I'm trying to update my Lenovo Yoga Book to the latest Windows Version , but all I have is a update issue 0x8007001f . Nothing from Internet does help me. Tried with no anti-virus etc. Doesn't help. Can anyone say, how I can update my Yoga Book? Because I'm getting this push-window about update every day, but can't do anything 


Thank you 


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Re: Windows 10 Update fails

2018-02-14, 8:38 AM

I have successfully updated my Yoga Book to the latest Windows build and never gotten such error .. You may need to contact Microsoft Help Desk for this to be solved. You may also try the Windows Update Troubleshooter which I am quite positive it won't do any good.


Make sure you have enough disk space for the update to be installed.

Let us know if you manage to fix it.

Good luck ?


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Re: Windows 10 Update fails

2019-11-29, 21:08 PM

take it to the Geek Squad in any Best Buy store and ask them for their best Tech! I hope that helps


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Re: Windows 10 Update fails

2019-11-30, 8:13 AM

You could try using the installation media creation tool (just google "windows 10 download"") and do a new installation keeping your files. This is how I've done all the big updates (except this last one) and it's always worked fine. I would just suggest backing up data and perhaps even making a system image first though. You can also try the option of downloading the standalone update file which is also available on the Microsoft Support site. You'll need kb4524570-x64. This worked for me, but it still pushed the remote update afterwards to complete the update but was much quicker in the end. (I think the pushed update may get bogged down in ensuring compatability before it will do anything.)


There are other things than just disabling anti-virus suggested here https://windowsreport.com/windows-10-update-error-0x8007001f/ which may address the issue if it's it's happening because of the high resource usage doing the update, or lack of storage space.

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