Windows 10 Installation-Upgrade Errors
The Windows 10 upgrade errors are generally accompanied with an error code which you can use it as a reference to troubleshoot and fix. When you get errors during the upgrade process, just copy the error message along with the error code.
The following are the list of common upgrade or installation errors along with solutions to fix problems.
This is a pretty intriguing error message which does not much more really. But to resolve this, do the following.
Open Control Panel > Clock > Language > Region > Administrative tab > Change System Locale button and set it to English (US). Restart your computer. Try again.
If this does not work, use the Windows 10 Media Tool to create a bootable USB, and then install it.
Error Code 0x80073712
0x80073712 error occurs when the file needed by Windows 10 is missing or corrupted.
Error Code 0x800F0923
The above error fires up whenever the driver or software on your computer is not compatible with Windows 10 upgrade. The best way to fix this issue is by contacting Microsoft support.
Error Code 0x80200056
The error occurs if you had accidentally restarted your PC or signed out of computer causing an interruption to the upgrade process. In this case, you might want to start over and complete the upgradation process. Remember to turn on your PC and make sure it is plugged in to avoid interruption.
The above error essentially means your computer couldn’t connect to Windows Update servers. This might be because you are on a VPN connection to connect to a work network. To continue Windows 10 Upgrade smoothly disconnect yourself from any VPN network and turn off the VPN software temporarily and try upgrading again.
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