Troubleshooting: Windows 10 Setup Stuck when Checking for Updates Issue

Windows 10 was a big leap forward in redefining operating systems and setting new boundaries for the user experience. It took a step forward by offering users a faster, more capable, and efficient operating system without sacrificing quality. Users of previous versions of Windows could upgrade to the new version through the Windows Update Manager. The process is very simple. All you have to do is run the upgrade process and sit back while Windows does all the work.

While the method has worked for almost all users, many users have reported that the Windows 7 Update Manager is stuck on “Check for Updates.” This is very strange since the notification for Windows 10 is already there so you can start downloading. We did our research and after collecting user feedback and our own experiments, we concluded that there are very few reasons why this problem can occur. read more

Troubleshooting Error 0X800F080C in Windows 10 PC

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In this article, you will learn how to fix the 0x800F080C .NET Framework error in Windows 10, which can occur during installation or system setup. The error indicates that the system may have corrupted files or corrupted .NET Framework dependencies. Users who encounter this problem will not be able to install the missing .NET Framework packages and run certain program files on their system.

What causes the 0X800F080C error in Windows 10?

The error that occurs when you install/update the .NET Framework package is due to a corrupted .NET Framework dependencies. The .NET Framework recovery tool can help you get rid of this problem. Also, the .NET Framework has a specific instance that is disabled by default. If it is disabled, error code 0X800F080C is displayed. However, enabling it through the Windows Features screen has solved this problem for many Windows users. read more

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