How to Troubleshoot: Windows 10 Update Failed (Error Code 0x80070013)

0x80070013 is another Windows 10 update error. After perusing the Microsoft forums and other online forums, it seems that this particular error is a very common problem that thousands of Windows 10 users have been experiencing lately. The bug appeared along with the Windows Anniversary Update, so it is a new bug, but fortunately, there is already a solution on how to fix it.

Very often such errors are caused by virus/malware infection, software, registries, startup programs, updates, and similar problems. In this case, error code 0x80070013 is caused by a driver. Two driver issues can prevent you from updating Windows 10: Either you are trying to install an existing driver, or it is not compatible with the hardware (or less compatible than the driver already installed on your system). Until you fix error 0x80070013, you won’t be able to update Windows. read more

Fixed: Disk space error 0x80780119 when creating a system image

Disk space error 0x80780119

Windows hard disk space error code 0x80780119 indicates that your computer has space issues when creating system images. If your primary disk/partition or system does not have enough space to create a system image, you may see the Disk Space Error 0x80780119 pop-up message.

To fix this error, you can create a new system partition; you can also expand the partition you are using. It may happen that there is enough space on the protected system disk to create a system image, but the USN log disk becomes too big over time. If you handle the disk space error 0x80780119, it may disappear on its own. read more