The new windows 10 update fails send weird error messages and it is confusing to users. The latest patch from Microsoft has reportedly failed to install for some users and other aspects caused real trouble for others.
New Windows 10 Update Fails Send Weird Error Messages
The latest update by Microsoft on windows 10 seems to be failing for some users of the platform and on the other hand, it is causing some grieve trouble for those affected users.
As reported by Windows Latest, this goes to the monthly round of patching that was released in the early parts of this week by Microsoft, KB5017308, which is key for users of windows 10 as it help “addresses security issues for your Windows operating system”.
Additionally, the patch helps to fix a lot of bugs in the desktop operating system and this is inclusive of some games failing to install on the platform, the September update, however, and ironically is failing to install itself for some users, and instead, it is producing some very weird and unhelpful error messages, some of which have been seen in the past.
The Type of Error Message That Is Being Produced
The error being produced is: error 0x800f081f, with Windows Latest also citing reports of error 0x8000ffff, error 0x8007007e, and the old and classic, error 0x80073701. The update apparently downloads but then stops during the installation try, going by reports on the feedback hub of Microsoft.
What Could Happen With the Latest Update Installation Failure?
Windows Latest platform additionally informs users that in the event of a worst-case scenario in regards to an installation failure, PCs are going onto a rebook loop of some kind, although the site says that it still does not know just how widespread this added complication might be. That being said, you should and can think of anything for the time being.
We however found a complaint from an affected user on the Answers.com forum by Microsoft who also is experiencing the same issue with their PC hanging on reboot and this very one happened with the update that is prior to KB5017308 also.