Chrome download network error is a common error that occurs when a user tries to download something using Chrome. Chrome is one of the most popular browsers that is constantly being updated with new features. It’s not really perfect. One of the most common issues that Chrome users face is a network error while loading Chrome.
“Installing Google Update failed with error 0X80040890.”
The reason for this error is your antivirus. Replace it or disable HTTP antivirus or port checking to ensure it boots correctly.
Let’s discuss some effective bug fixes:
Use the Windows Update troubleshooter
Run the built-in Windows Update troubleshooter and see if it works correctly. The next steps are as follows.
- Press Windows + W on your keyboard to launch the search function.
- Enter troubleshoot and click Troubleshoot.
- Then click on the Show all option.
- Click Windows Update and follow the instructions to fix the problem.
Chrome checks regularly for new updates. If an update is available, Chrome will apply it automatically when you close and reopen your browser.
Apply pending update
If you haven’t closed your browser for a long time, you may see a pending update.
If an update is pending, the icon is displayed in color:
- Green – The pending update was released less than 2 days ago.
- Orange – The pending update was released about 4 days ago.
- Red – The pending update was released at least a week ago.
To apply the update, simply close Chrome and reopen it.
Change the default download location.
· Open Google Chrome.
· Click the three dots in the upper right corner of the browser.
· Click “Personalize and Manage Google Chrome”.
· A drop-down menu will appear.
· Go to settings.
· Click on the “Advanced” button.
· Go to the download area.
· Click “Change”.
· Choose another folder for Chrome downloads.
Change registry settings
You must resolve this issue in order to complete the installation process. All you have to do is modify the Windows registry to fix this problem. Here are the next steps to fix it.
- Click Start.
- And go for a run.
- Enter regedit running and click OK.
- The image state value is in (HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionSetupState).
- Right-click the registry key and select Modify. Clear the value in the field and click OK.
Empty Windows Update folder
Now we will clear the Windows Update temporary cache folder:
- Hold down the Windows key and press the R key at the same time.
- A new small window will appear.
- In the new window, enter% windir% \ SoftwareDistribution \ DataStore and click OK.
- Windows Explorer will open in the desired location.
- Delete all contents of this folder. (Note: use Ctrl + A to select all files and folders.)
Let us know in the comments below which of the above solutions helped you fix your Chrome update issue.