Windows 10 update

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My windows 10 update fails with error messages such as

• Feature update to Windows 10, version 20H2 - Error 0x8007001f

or "Please make sure that there is enough Hard drive space available"

I have more than 400 GB free.

Any solutions ?

2 Replies

If your computer is a domain joined device, I would suggest you to login with the local admin account and initiate the windows update process.

@Christadoss : You may also execute the below command in cmd:

wuauclt /a /DetectNow