When performing an operating system upgrade, Windows Setup uses phases described below. After the first reboot, the user interface will remain the same until the upgrade is completed.
Percent progress is displayed and will advance as you move through each phase, reaching 100% at the end of the second boot phase.
You'll be able to ask questions about Windows 10 or chat with the community and help others.
Many times when Windows users try to run Windows Update or try to access Microsoft update website or try to update Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE), they receive weird error messages like "0x80070424". After downloading, run the msi file and it'll fix the issue automatically.
The Windows Setup application is used to upgrade a computer to Windows 10, or to perform a clean installation.
Windows Setup starts and restarts the computer, gathers information, copies files, and creates or adjusts configuration settings.
In most cases, the cause is a driver compatibility issue.
Actually it happens when a few system services required to run Windows Update are not running or a few system files are not registered properly.
To use Windows Power Shell, type the following commands from an elevated Windows Power Shell prompt: The event will also contain links to log files that can be used to perform a detailed diagnosis of the error.
An example of this event from a successful upgrade is shown below.
If you find it, either change its values to 0 or delete the DWORD. Close Registry Editor and restart your computer to take effect.
In right-side pane, look for a DWORD Disable Windows Update Access.