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Cannot Download Update Stack Package - (Version 1201.2307.4011.0)

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The Windows Update section in Settings is showing up this error - "We couldn't install updates because there's a problem with the date and time information on your device. Make sure your date, time, and time zone settings are correct and we'll try again later" on trying to in install the Update Stack Package - (Version 1201.2307.4011.0). I have checked my Date, time and time zone, and they are set to automatic. Also, the time has synchronised successfully with time.windows.com .I am not able to correct this error. Someone please help/suggest what to do.

 

 

  

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@Shivam_Rai 

 

So I did a search for this package and I saw on Update Stack Package 1201.2307.4011.0 for Windows 11 Insiders in Canary, Beta, and Dev | Windows 11 ...

 

This article was dated July 12, 2023... with that in mind, I forced the date and time to be during that time frame, ran the update and it installed :)

So something with the code that needed a date check. See if this works for you. Obviously after installation, revert your date and time to current settings and hopefully no issues. 

 

djv

This helped on my end, thanks! Weird that Windows was sending out an update from July still. Today the older builds expired so perhaps that's why the update was failing.
Glad that worked for you too! Yeah perhaps just a consequence of joining the dev insider build, I just reconfigured my laptop with a fresh install and got this. I figure with timed expiry on builds, dates would matter when things need to install, perhaps it needed this update to get proper dev installs and they don't have a newer one with a new timed expiry.

@djvinniev77 Thanks for this. It worked for me as well.

Thanks. That worked out!
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best response confirmed by Shivam_Rai (Copper Contributor)
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@Shivam_Rai 

 

So I did a search for this package and I saw on Update Stack Package 1201.2307.4011.0 for Windows 11 Insiders in Canary, Beta, and Dev | Windows 11 ...

 

This article was dated July 12, 2023... with that in mind, I forced the date and time to be during that time frame, ran the update and it installed :)

So something with the code that needed a date check. See if this works for you. Obviously after installation, revert your date and time to current settings and hopefully no issues. 

 

djv

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