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How to Fix Windows 10 Update with Error Code 0x800F0922 Issue

Updated on Apr 03, 2019 by Jean to Backup Utility

Receiving error code 0x800F0922 while updating to Windows 10 KB 3163018 new version? Professional tech support from EaseUS is available to help you fix Windows 10 update with error code 0x800F0922 issue now.

Error Code 0x800F0922 in Windows 10 update refers to an error with the downloading problem with the newest update of Windows 10. It also means that low System Reserved partition space is left for loading new system or the system fails to connect to Windows Update server.

Here below are relative reasons and solutions for you to repair Windows 10 update with error code 0x800F0922 issue. Read and find effective solutions to fix the problems now.

Causes for Windows 10 update error code 0x800F0922

Finding reasons or causes for Windows 10 update error codes such as 0x800F0922 will greatly help to figure out solutions for the Windows 10 update error codes issues. Here below are some major reasons for Windows 10 update error code 0x800F0922:

1. Low System Reserved partition space

When there is not enough free space for the system reserved partition, the computer will not be able to load new Windows 10 installation files with an error code such as 0x800F0922.

2. Fail to connect to Microsoft Windows Update server

Due to a VPN connection in your home or office network, the computer may not be able to connect to the Microsoft Windows Update server and then the Error Code 0x800F0922 may pop up.

3. The .Net framework installation portion of the Windows 10 upgrade fails.

Tip: Backup system and important data first before fixing error code 0x800F0922

With system backup image and data backups, it will greatly help you to avoid data loss issue or system failure error while trying to fix Windows 10 update with error code 0x800F0922 issue. And professional Windows backup software - EaseUS Todo Backup allows you to free back up and restore system and data for free within 30 days.

Step 1. If you want to back up your current Windows Operating System to an external storage device, connect it to your PC.
And note that the device should be as equal to or even bigger than your system drive.

Step 2. Launch and run EaseUS Todo Backup, click the "menu" at the left top corner, then select "System Backup" on the left tool pane.

Select backup mode for system backup.

Step 3. Select the Windows System that you want to back up and specify the destination - local Windows computer hard drive, cloud/network drive or external storage device to save the OS image.

Click "Proceed" to start backing up your Windows OS now.

Backup Windows system by selecting system and destination.

PLUS: If you want to create an automatic backup plan for your Windows system image, please refer to the below tips for a tutorial guide:

1. After selecting System Backup, click "Schedule: Off" option, then set up backing up your OS by daily, weekly, or monthly.

Create backup plan to automatically backup Windows 10.

2. Save the changes. And finish the process by following Step 3. After the first full backup of your Windows OS, EaseUS Todo Backup will automatically to run an OS backing up on itself as your settled schedule.

When you fail to install or upgrade to new Windows system, you can restore to the previous system by restoring system image from EaseUS Todo Back without losing any data.

Tech Support: Solutions for Windows 10 Update Error Code 0x800F0922

Method 1. Extend system reserved partition space

You can try to use some professional partition manager software to extend or add space to the system reserved partition. You may try EaseUS Partition Master Free and use its resize feature to extend the system reserved partition space for fixing error code 0x800F0922 in Windows 10 update.

Method 2. Run Windows 10 Update troubleshooter to fix error code

1. Click Windows icon and press W to open search function;
2. Type: troubleshooting and press Enter;
3. Select view all when the troubleshooting window opens, select Windows update;
4. Select advanced and choose run as administrator;
5. Click Next and follow the onscreen prompts.

Method 3. Run DISM(Deployment Image Serving and Management) tool

1. Press Windows + X and select command prompt admin.

2. Type: exe /online /cleanup-image /scanhealth and press "Enter".
Wait patiently. When the scan is complete, a message "the operation completed successfully" will pop up.

3. Type: dism.exe /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth and hit "Enter".
This will take a while to run completely, but it will restore any missing or corrupted files necessary for the Microsoft Windows 10 update.

4. Restart PC again and retry to update to Windows 10 new build once again.

Method 4. Fix VPN connection problem to solve Windows 10 update error code

Disconnect network > Turn off VPN software > Run Microsoft Windows 10 Update > Restart PC > Reconnect network and turn VPN back on.

Method 5. Fix .NET framework with Windows 10 update failure issue

1. Press Windows + X and select control panel > Click cursor in the search field and search: windows features;
2. Select: turn Windows features on or offline, select the checkbox to the box next to

.Net framework;
3. Click OK and proceed with Windows 10 update again.

So if you are facing Windows 10 update failure problem with error code 0x800F0922, or if you fail to install Windows 10 update KB 3163018 with the 0x800F0922 error code, follow below-provided solutions and you'll find the relative solution for your present Windows 10 update error issues now.