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Windows 10 cannot run Windows Update with the error “Your device is missing important security and quality fixes” after clicking on the “Check for updates” button, which always displays the message “You’re not up to date” with the same message.
With a Check Update button. The update search simply returns the same message and nothing comes out. Users can apply any update patch manually, but this is obviously not the best solution and is only a temporary solution. The same error occurs after manual import of updates, if users let it fall during updates. You don’t know what causes this and if someone else encountered this error and was able to correct it? More information below.
If you receive this error, there are several reasons why you may receive this message. Either you have configured Windows Update to notify you of updates instead of downloading them automatically, and you must always install them. If not, you may have completely disabled Windows Updates.
Also check that you are using SCCM or another company patch, or that the Windows Update folder has been corrupted, renamed or moved. You can also get this Windows 10 error because your copy of the update file causes data corruption.
Enable the Windows module installation program
Make sure that the Windows Modules Installer service is not disabled. Make sure you start this service and check for updates. This may be the cause of the infinite loop that says “your device is in danger”.
- Go to the Pearl button and click on the Search for programs and files button.
- Locate the Windows module installer, monitor its current status and open it for changes.
- In the General tab, you can start/stop and modify the Windows module installer.
- To finish, press the OK button and close the service window.
Resetting Windows history and update files
Step 1: Open cmd.exe with the Run as administrator option.
Step 2: Type the following command:
net stop bits
net stop wuauserv
net stop appidsvc
net stop cryptsvc
Step 3: Open Windows Explorer and navigate to the C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution folder, right-click and select Rename. Change the name to SoftwareDistribution.old and accept the changes.
Step 4: Open cmd.exe with the Run as administrator option.
Step 5: Enter the following command:
net start bits
net start wuauserv
net start appidsvc
net start cryptsvc
Running the Windows update from PowerShell
To run Windows Update from PowerShell, you need to know the KB update code that you are missing, but that works well. If Windows Update downloads something but the message remains displayed, use the KB code on the Windows Update screen and type it into PowerShell to force the update.
- Type “power” in the Search Windows field.
- If PowerShell appears in the Windows menu, right-click and choose Run as administrator.
- Type ‘Get-WUInstall -KBArticleID KB#######’. Where you see #######, add the number relative to the KB. For example, Get-WUInstall -KBArticleID KB4093110.
- Press Enter and let the process end.