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    Fix Error Code 0x8007000d and Windows 10 Update 1809 to 1903

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    I recently had to face an issue which has been ongoing for many months on both my PC and Laptop. Indeed, for many months, windows update failed to upload. It is only with update 1903 that I realised both my devices hadnt been properly updated since update 1809.

    The problem was identified but the solution was no way near to be found. After following various combinations of Fixes proposals, I finally found one solution which seems the most thorough of all. Below is the step by step tutorial to fix the windows 10 update error I would like to share with you. Please leave a comment

    I will assume that you have already unsuccessfully tried windows update troubleshoot in your OS setting (If  not simply type Settings in your seach box, open the App,  select Update and Security, in the left menu click on "Troubleshoot", then choose Windows Update and follow the instructions).

    How to Fix Error Code 0x8007000d and Windows 10 Update 1809 to 1903 Step by Step

    • Open the command prompt (either type cmd in your search box, right click command prompt and run as administrator, or press simulteously WIN + X)
    • Run each and every commands below one after the other (copy and paste + enter). Please note that this may take some time. Be Patient
    • WSReset.exe

    • dism /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth
    • dism /online /cleanup-image /StartComponentCleanup

    • sfc /scannow

    • powershell

    • Get-AppXPackage -AllUsers |Where-Object {$_.InstallLocation -like “*SystemApps*”} | Foreach {Add-AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode -Register “$($_.InstallLocation)\AppXManifest.xml”}

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    Execute the above commands in the command prompt and restart your system to let the changes takes place. Check now if this error code 0x8007000d is fixed or not. Try to restart your windows update. You may want to use WIndows 10 update assistant.

     If the above fail you may try the DISM tool process as follows:

    Open the command prompt (run as admin) and follow each of the following command.

    • dism /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth
    • dism /online /cleanup-image /StartComponentCleanup

    Ensure that you press enter after each command. Once executed restart your system to make the changes takes place and then check if the error code is fixed or not.

    If all the above fail you may need to Reset or restore your PC. Search online for instructions.

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    Fabien Bello

    Fabien Bello has been working in web and app develoment since 1997. He has held numerous positions from game developer to head of creative and product development for major firms such as Xerox, Gala Coral Group. Fabien continues contributing to online community, owns and manages several websites as well as offering consultancy to all size businesses.

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