How to fix Windows 10 Anniversary Update error code 0x8024200d
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Windows error code 0x8024200d isn’t new to the Windows 10 Anniversary Update as it has been around for a while. It indicates that there is a problem with the download and that it is corrupted or missing files. If you need to fix Windows 10 Anniversary Update error code 0x8024200d, help is at hand!
Fix Windows 10 Anniversary Update error code 0x8024200d
To overcome this issue, we just need to delete the downloaded files and download fresh ones. You may need to boot into Safe Mode to perform the first step, you may not. Feedback has been mixed.
Let’s assume you need to boot into Safe Mode just to be sure.
1. Hold down the Shift key and click the restart button in the Windows menu.
2. Select Troubleshoot when the computer boots.
3. Select Advanced and then Startup Settings.
4. Select Restart.
5. Once the machine has rebooted, press F4 to select Enable Safe Mode.
6. Navigate to ‘C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution\Download’ once your computer is in Safe Mode. This is where the update files are stored.
7. Delete the contents of that folder.
8. Reboot your computer into normal mode.
9. Navigate to Settings, Update & security.
10. Select ‘Check for updates’ and run the update process again.
This will download the Windows 10 Anniversary Update again and should now proceed normally.
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