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Only a few updates of Windows 10 refuse to download and launch different types of error messages. Among these, the error code 0x80246019 is mainly a rather annoying error message that users often encounter. But a tip and an additional method are available here to overcome this Windows 10 update problem.
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How to correct the error code 0x80246019 :
Run Windows Update Troubleshooter
Problems with the installation and maintenance of Windows Update can make your system unstable. Windows 10 includes a variety of correction tools such as the Windows Update Problem Troubleshooter. Use it to diagnose the problem.
- Press Windows + X button; select Control Panel.
- Enter the troubleshooting in the search field.
- Open the troubleshooting from the search results.
- In the System and Security category, click on the Correct Problems with Windows Update link.
- The newly opened wizard automatically detects and corrects problems.
Execute several commands from the Command Prompt
- Run CMD as administrator, then run the following command to launch the System File Checker: sfc /scannow
- Reboot your system after the scan is complete.
- You can also use our free FixWin software to run the System File Checker utility with a single click.
- To fix Windows Update files with DISM, open the Admin and type the following three commands one after the other and press Enter :
- Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /CheckHealth
- Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /ScanHealth
- Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth
- Run these DISM commands, restart your computer and try again.
Reinstalling the Windows Store
- Click Windows Key + R, then type PowerShell.
- Right-click on the search results and select Run as administrator.
- Type Get-Appxpackage -Allusers and press Enter.
- Locate the entry in the Windows store and copy the package name. To do this, highlight it and press Ctrl + C.
- Then enter the Add-AppxPackage register “C:\Program Files\WindowsApps\” –DisableDevelopmentMode command.
NOTE: Replace PackageFullName with the name of the Windows Store package by pressing Ctrl+V. In addition, enter the letter of your system’s root driver instead of C:.
- Then reopen PowerShell with the administrative privileges described above.
- Insert Add-AppxPackage -Register “C:\Program Files\WindowsApps\” –DisableDevelopmentMode command and press Enter.
- Then restart the system to make any changes.
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