Windows released its recent update on the 21st of May, which would be currently available for download from the Windows Update Servers from each and every computer system respectively.
However, in some of the PCs, it has been seen that the latest update of Windows is not getting downloaded as well as installed for any reason whatsoever.
Below mentioned are some of the methods where you can easily find out about some of the solutions which might help you to overcome this Windows Update Service update failure.
This is a very common error which seemingly occurs in Windows 7, 8 and Vista when the Windows Temporary Update folder happens to be corrupted.
In order to fix this error, follow the methods provided below:
Method 2: Solve the Windows Update cannot check for Update manually
Step 1: Stop the Windows Services
In order to do this, perform the following steps:
- Click on the Windows + R button together. The Run dialog box should appear.
- Type in services.mcs in the Run dialog box.
- Search for Windows Update service from the pop-up menu and right-click on to stop.
- Without closing the pop-up window, perform the following steps.
Microsoft happened to release the Windows 10 1809 October Update but some of the users reported that whilst installing the same, the system freezes and restarts without any update occurring.
Some of the symptoms which the users face are as follows:
Symptom 1: During the installation of the recent Windows 10 program file, the system gets frozen at the Windows Logo and the system needs to be forced shutdown using the power switch
Symptom 2: while installation of the Windows 10 October Update occurs then the system does not get updated and gets restored to the previous version of Windows. After this, the system again checks for update and the error code 0x800F081F shows on screen.
This is an article based on how you could fix the blue screen problem in Windows 10 or 8 OS, also known as, ‘SYSTEM THREAD EXCEPTION NOT HANDLED’.
This error mainly occurs when invalid or corrupted video drivers in your system happen to stay intact. There are some methodologies as follows which might help you to follow the same.
Svchost.exe is a crucial yet legit Windows process which allows your computer system to load other crucial services in order to properly run Windows. But in several cases, users have been complaining that the Svchost.exe has been making their computer systems quite slow and the memory stays overloaded most of the time.
Sometimes during the operation of “Send/Receive Progress” in the Outlook 2013, the following error named as “Outlook data file cannot be accessed” occurs. This error mainly occurs when the Outlook profile is corrupted or during the transfer of Outlook.PST file to some other location on your computer system or hard disk drive.
Microsoft Security Essentials is quite a good antivirus for your system however in some cases it has been observed that the ‘msmpeng.exe’ causes quite a trouble with high CPU usage. The Msmpeng.Exe is the Antimalware software for the Microsoft Security Essentials in the system.
If you want to lessen the msmpeng.exe high CPU usage on your system, then you could try out the following solutions for the same.
The Kernel Security Check Failure is the process which when occurs in a PC after updating its driver or the OS. An error might occur right at the end of the update completion.
The symptoms of this error are Windows might just randomly crash and therefore it is just quite impossible to enter the windows environment again. However, some of the methods which are mentioned below might just help you to get out of this troublesome situation without any hassle.
If your Windows OS does not start properly due to the Driver Power State Failure then you can resolve this issue by following the methods which are given below.
Case 1: Enabling Safe Mode in a working Windows 10 environment
Step 1: Press the Windows Key + R to open up the Run dialog box
Step 2: Type ‘MSConfig’ and press Enter
Step 3: Click on the ‘Boot’ tab and click on ‘Safe Boot’ option
Step 4: Click on OK button and restart your device
Everyone wants their computer to be started immediately after they start it. All you want is to see the desktop so that you can carry on with your work from that moment. But this does not happen every time. Sometimes you may see a blue screen instead of loading desktop with error-system thread exception not handled.