- Download and install the software.
- It will scan your computer for problems.
- The tool will then fix the issues that were found.
There are many ways to fix the Windows Update error code 80244010. Here we show you how to fix it without having to reinstall Windows.
How do I fix error 80244010 when I try to update Windows?
To solve the problem, follow these steps:
1. Close all running programs and windows on your device.
2. If you see an option called Troubleshoot, select it. Otherwise, go to Advanced Options and select Troubleshoot.
3. Restart your device.
4. Wait for the process to finish.
5. Once done, try opening your apps again.
6. If the problem persists, contact our support team.
7. We’ll help you troubleshoot the issue further
2. Run a (SFC) System File Checker Scan
A System File Checker scan fixes common issues with Windows 10, including missing or corrupt system files. This quick scan checks for problems such as program conflicts, registry errors, malware infections, outdated drivers, and broken file associations. If you find something wrong, it will let you know what needs fixing and how to do it.
3. Reset the update components
Resetting the update components might help resolve issues such as error 80244010. Error 80244001 occurs when Windows Update encounters a problem during installation. This issue could occur due to a corrupted system file. To fix this issue, follow the steps given below.
Step 1. Open Command Prompt window. Type the following command and hit the Enter key to open it.
Step 2. In the opened Command Prompt window, type the following command and hit Enter key to close the window.
Step 3. Restart the computer to complete the process.
Note: If the above mentioned procedure does not work, then you need to perform a clean install of Windows 10. You can do this by downloading the ISO image of Windows 10 Pro x64 edition from Microsoft website and installing it over the existing OS.
4. Turn on the frequency of detection in Group Policy Editor
Windows 10 includes a feature called “Detect and Repair.” If you enable it, your computer will automatically download updates and install them during scheduled times. However, the process can take a while, especially if there are hundreds of updates waiting to be installed. To speed up the installation process, you can configure the system to check for updates every day or week.
To do so, open the Group Policy editor and navigate to Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates\Windows Components\Windows Update\Detection Frequency. Select Enabled and enter the desired value into the box next to Detection Interval. For example, select 7 Days and type 7 into the textbox. Then save the changes.
If you want to disable the automatic update checks, select Disabled.
5. Reset Windows
Resetting Windows is one of the best solutions to fix the error 80244010. If you want to reset Windows 10, follow the steps given below.
1. Choose Startup Repair.
2. Click on Start button and type cmd in the Search box.
3. Press Enter key.
4. Type “regedit” without quotes.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Does my operating system really need to be updated?
Yes! For programs like Word or Photoshop to work on your computer, it needs an operating system, or OS. If you don’t keep your OS up-to-date, your computer will stop working right.
If I don’t update my operating system, will security bugs affect me?
Yes! It’s very important to keep your operating system (OS) up to date. You should also keep an eye on the security updates that Microsoft and Apple release. Th