Monday, 10 October 2016

888-606-4841-Windows 10 Cumulative Update Issue: Here’s the Solution

Microsoft has recently rolled out the latest Windows 10 Cumulative Update KB3194496 to fix some existing technical errors – but something went wrong with the update as a number of Windows 10 users rushed to the support forum and other platform to laud their frustration caused by a new type of technical error after installing the update.

It was quite an odd experience, as per the users’ statement, that they see a message after completing the installation: "100 percent complete" and suddenly a new pop up opens up with an error message: "We couldn't complete the updates. Undoing changes." If you are a novice user and you have also unluckily encountered such kind of odd error messages after installing Windows 10 Cumulative updates, it might be a frustrating situation for you.

Luckily, the issue appears to be confined to a comparatively a small part of Windows 10 computer system and other devices.

You are at high risk if you had Insider Program for any updates for your Windows 10 PC. So this is high time for you to be careful and take on the issue with full preparedness. You can learn some effective procedures to fix the problem effectively. It’s quite easy as you need to delve into some folders and Windows Registry to element those files that can create an obstacle.  

But here in this write-up, we will discuss about some effective workarounds that you can apply to get over the technical constraints. Though the  Windows 10 Support Service Phone Number page does provide detailed information and solutions over the cumulative update issue, however you can also access to independent technicians if you require an instant solution. They can address all types of constraints easily without eating up your valuable time.  

Here’s how to fix the update issue:

·        Block the updates for the short term

First of all, you should try to block updates on your computer system for a little while. To do so, you need to go to the Hide Update window and look out the option showing the availability of the latest cumulative update. Check the box and finish the wizard.

·        Prepare your computer system to get the update

As the experts have identified, the technical issue is largely prompted by an ambiguous planned task planned to save Xbox Live games. No matter you have played the Xbox Live games or not, the task is in place and it can potentially stop the task with immediate effect. To block the tasks you can go through the following procedures:

·        Go to C:\Windows\System32\Tasks\Microsoft in File Explorer
·        Remove Delete the entire XblGameSave subfolder.
·        And now go to the Windows Registry and delete “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\WindowsNT\CurrentVersion\Schedule\TaskCache\Tree\Microsoft\XblGameSave”

Once after deleting the folders through the path mentioned above, you can turn on the Windows Update and install the available cumulative update on your Windows 10 computer system.

If you want to check if the update is successfully installed, you can go through Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update > Update History. It will show you a list of installed updates on your computer system.

In case of any obstacles and you don’t see the result in Update History; you would better contact  Windows Online Support to get an expert on Windows 10 by calling customer service phone number.

It might be an irritating situation for a user as he finds some odd error messages on the computer screen after installing the cumulative update, but it is time to have patience and take a rightful move to get the problem resolved easily. As you can also access to Microsoft Windows support page and other official platform, but it might possibly not be rendered in a real time.

If you want the issue resolved in a real time, you need to contact independent  Windows Customer Online Help Service to access a real time solution. It’s quire reliable as the independent service providers do have a pool of certified techies who implement only recommended methodology.   
Cumulative updates have been in place for decades – Microsoft introduces the updates regularly to fix all types of technical problems experienced by the users. It works impressively as long as the security patches themselves are designed to make a change reasonably well. But due to some unfortunate situations, it goes wrong and brings in adverse consequences to the computer system. While Microsoft’s objective is all praiseworthy, introducing security patches and cumulative updates on a regular basis is quietly intended to ensure a better experience.

But due to some technical issues – that might be related to hardware or other software incompatibility issue – users had to undergo unnecessary conditions. Whatever the problem you are experiencing with new update, you don’t need to get worried – you have some good options to reach out to experts and to get the best solution on the dot.