Repair Windows Update Error Code 0X800F0805

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The error we are correcting today goes back to code “0x800f0805”. So, if you are concerned, don’t forget to check out the solutions we have listed below. Error Code 0X800F0805 happens when you try to update windows.

Fixed an error 0x800f0805:

Manual update

1. right-click Start > Windows Powershell (Admin)
Enter the following elements in the order (or copy and paste the following elements) and enter the following elements

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net stop wuauserv
net stop cryptSvc
network stop bits
net stop msiserver
Ren C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution SoftwareDistribution SoftwareDistribution.old
Ren C:\Windows\System32\catroot2 Catroot2.old
net start wuauserv
Starting the cryptSvc network
network start bits
net start msiserver

2. Type the following in the Start Windows Search box and click Enter %systemroot%\Logs\CBS > Rename CBS.log for something else.
If you are not allowed to rename – Type services in the Start Windows Search box > Click Services > Scroll down to find the Windows Modules Install service and double-click it > Set its start type to Manual > Restart your computer.
Go to C:\Windows\Logs\CBS > Rename CBS.log > Restart your computer > Then return to the Services application and set the Windows Module Install service to Auto Start (note that CBS log files contain information about Windows Update, SFC, etc.).

Use SFC and DISM to check for errors.

If the standard troubleshooting tool fails, we must move on to other steps. Although system corruption is not exactly common, it can occur from time to time. In this case, if the update initially fails, the installation files may become unusable. But they can also, depending on the case, block other updates. And then SFC and DISM come into play.

Using the Group Policy Editor

Open the local group policy editor. Press Win+R, enter gpedit.msc and press Enter. You can also search for “Group Policy” in the search area of the taskbar if you are using Windows 10.

Once you have opened the local group policy editor, navigate to the next path –

Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > System

After clicking on the System folder on the left, double-click on Define Settings for Installing Optional Components and Define Settings for Repairing the Components You See on the Right.

By default, it must be set to Unconfigured. You must select Enabled and click on the Apply button.

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