Having issues with Windows 10 Upgrades? We Can Help!
Microsoft’s new operating system Windows 10 has been causing a lot of issues for users who are wishing to take advantage of the FREE Windows 7 upgrade to Windows 10.
We have listed some of the error messages below that we continue to see on a regular basis with the upgrade to Windows 10.
Windows 10 Upgrade error messages:
Windows 10 error Code 0x80073712
This is a very common error and usually on this error code it means that the Windows software is missing or possibly has a damaged file that Windows needs in order to complete the Windows 10 upgrade.
Windows 10 error code: Code 0x800F0923
This is also a very common error we see with the Windows 10 upgrade. This error code ususally means that a driver or some other software you have installed might not be compatible with the Windows 10 upgrade service.
Windows 10 Error Code: Code 0x80200056
We usually see this error code when the customers computer has shut down, or caused an issue with the upgrade process. This is usually something the customer can do on there own to fix the issue, by upgrading again. This time make sure your computer is not interrupted, during the Windows 10 upgrade.
Windows 10 Error Code: Code 0x800F0922
This error code usually means that your computer is having a hard time connecting to the Windows Update servers. This is normally seen on customer computers where they are using a VPN service to connect to there work pc’s. This can be resolved by disconnecting from the VPN network and turning off any VPN software, and try upgrading again.
Error: We couldn’t complete the updates. Undoing changes. Don’t turn off your computer.
Error: Failure configuring Windows Updates. Reverting changes.
If you are tired of fighting the Windows 10 upgrade, and are still getting error messages, give us a call. We have fixed and resolved a number of Windows 10 software upgrades on both laptops, and computers.
Give us a call : 303-293-8100
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Helpful hint on how to use Windows 10 once you have it installed for Backup and Restoring your files:
Its always a good idea to ensure you have a proper backup drive for your important files.
From your computer select the Start button on the bottom left corner of your screen: Next select the settings app, update & security, Backup, Add a drive and then choose an external drive or a network location on your network for backups.
If you need help, or have any questions on how to do this, give us a call: 303-293-8100