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Published 1 November 2016

This article will give you access to a script that will allow you to resolve the error codes you get when updating your version of Windows using Windows Update. eg 0x80040265, 0x80040266, 0x80040267, 0x80040268, 0x80040269, 0x8004026a, 0x8004026b, 0x8004026c, 0x80070002, 0x80070003, 0x80070005, 0x80070057, 0x80070103, 0x80070197, 0x80070424, 0x80073712, 0x80070490, 0x80070570, 0x800705B4, 0x80070663, 0x8007066a, 0x80072ee2, 0x80244019, 0x80072ee4, 0x80072ee7, 0x80072eef, 0x80072efd, 0x80072efe, 0xc80003fa, 0x8024800a, 0x80246007, 0x80246008, 0x8024502d, 0x8024400a, 0x8024402F, 0x8024402C, 0x80244022, 0x80244021, 0x8024401b, 0x80072ee2, 0x80244019, …

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Who is it for?

Users who get error codes when using Windows Update.

Estimated time of completion:

5-10 minutes.

How to run the script?

To reset Windows Updates components, follow these steps:
1. Before executed the script verify the implementation strategy of the script on your machine.
To change the execution policy,run Powershell as Administrator and type the command:

 

Set-ExecutionPolicy Bypass
2. After was changed the execution policy, you should run the script from the same console. (Navigate to the download folder)
cd $env:USERPROFILE\Downloads
3. Here is the step that will help launch the PowerShell script.
& '.\Fix Update.ps1'

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