Microsoft has finally confirmed that the Windows 10’s August
cumulative update is failing to install on some PCs with May
2019 Update. The cumulative update in question is KB4512508,
which was released on Tuesday with a number of security fixes
for core Microsoft services, including the UWP Edge and
highlighted in our report, Windows 10 KB4512508 or other
updates could fail to install with useless error messages like
error 0x800f0982 and error 0x80073701.
In an update to its support
doc, Microsoft yesterday confirmed that latest Windows
Updates will result in “Error 0x80073701” on the Windows Update
page or within Windows Update history. Microsoft also noted
that some users will see the following message without any
- Updates Failed, There were problems installing some
updates, but we’ll try again later.
According to the reports that we’ve seen, the patch for Windows
10 May 2019 Update could also fail to install with other error
messages. The error code is very generic and not helpful when
it comes to determining exactly what is wrong and where.
Microsoft hasn’t detailed any potential solution, but the firm
is looking into the reports and a fix will be published in an
The post Microsoft Confirms Installation Issues in Windows 10 updates appeared first on AndroidTechNews.