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Solutions: Windows 10 Couldn’t Update System Reserved Partition

Posted on Jan 30, 2018 by Brithny to Partition Master

Summary:
If you are facing Windows 10 couldn't upgrade system reserved partition error, don't be panic. Easy & effective solutions for fixing Windows 10 system reserved partition update errors are available in this article now.

“We couldn’t update system reserved partition” error, help!

I cannot install Windows 10 on my computer, and it insists warning me with ‘we couldn’t update system reserved partition’ error. What can I do? Is there anything wrong with my Windows system reserved partition? Can I still get a chance to have Windows 10 installed on my computer? 

I don’t know how to check Windows partition errors and can you help me to fix the system reserved partition update error? Thank you very much.

Have you ever encountered such similar problems while trying to update system? And what causes system reserved partition unable to update? And why such a problem occur to your PC? Let’s find reasons and solutions now.

Find reasons for Windows 10 couldn’t update system reserved partition error

According to many users who ever met system unable to update system reserved partition error, it seemed that there are two major reasons for such a problem. One is an inner error in system reserved partition and the other one is low disk space in system reserved partition for an upgrade. So how to fix these problems? Here the following, we’ll introduce you two solutions for fixing Windows 10 couldn’t update the system reserved partition error. 

Tip: No matter how you choose to fix Windows partition problems, we highly recommend you to backup important personal files and data firstly. Unexpected troubles may happen anytime.

Solution 1. Fix Windows system reserved partition inner errors 

It might be the Windows system partition inner error that causes Windows 10 couldn't update the system reserved partition and fail to get latest updates. So do you know how to check and fix Windows partition errors? If you are not quite familiar with Windows disk management, you are highly recommended to use s simpler tool - EaseUS Partition Master Free. It allows users to check and fix partition errors within only 3 steps. Free download and follow next steps to check and fix system reserved partition error now:

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1. Launch EaseUS Partition Master Free and right-click the system reserved partition that you want to check by clicking “Check partition”.

EaseUS Partition  Master Free helps to fix Windows 10 could't update system reserved partition error.

2. Choose the way that you want to use to check partition: Check Partition Properties, Call Windows Chkdsk to fix errors, Surface Test.
Click OK

EaseUS Partition Master Free helps to fix Windows 10 system reserved partition uable to update error.

3. Let EaseUS Partition Master Free automatically check hard disk partition errors and repair errors for you. Click OK to finish the process.

Fix Windows 10 couln't update system servered partition trouble.

Solution 2. Extend system reserved partition space to fix 'we couldn't update system reserved partition' error and update Windows 10

Another reason that Windows 10 couldn’t update system reserved partition is that the system reserved partition is in low space for updating and installing the new system files. Therefore, to direct fix such a problem, you need to extend system reserved partition space. We also recommend you to try EaseUS Partition Master Free which can resize partitions for you without losing any data. 

Let’s see how to use EaseUS Partition Master to extend your system reserved partition now:

1. Launch EaseUS Partition Master Free and drag partitions rightward so to leave unallocated space behind the system reserved partition.
Right click system reserved partition and choose “Resize/Move partition”.

EaseUS Partition Master Free guides to fix Windows 10 system reserved update error.

2. Drag the right handle of system reserved partition rightward so to extend it to unallocated space.
If there is no unallocated space in the computer, you have to shrink or delete partition firstly, then repeat step 1. 

Extend system reserved partition so to fix Windows 10 couldn't update system reserved partition error.

3.Click Apply to keep all changes.

Free solution for Windows 10 couldn't update system reserved partition error.