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I think all 3 GB for windows 10 has downloaded to my computer, but was not installed.     I find this in my update history.

Dynamic Update for Windows 10 Version 1511 for x64-based Systems (KB3142588)

Installation date: ‎5/‎21/‎2016 6:47 PM

Installation status: Failed

Error details: Code 80200053

Update type: Important


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Hi there I realize this is a old thread, but guests are clicking on it. If you're not able to install W10 up dates, give this a look!

Sometimes you may have an issue with Windows Update such as not being able to download or install updates, error messages, not being able to search for new updates, etc. These kind of issues can occur when the Windows Update database or components are corrupted, one or more services related to Windows Update are not running, etc.

Resetting the Windows Update components and history can usually solve these types of issues.


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You might want to do a sfc /scanow and a DSIM to make sure you don't have any file corruption! Corrupted files could cause you not to be able to install windows updates and could cause you a lot more problems!

Here's a excellent tutorial that should help you!  Please post back if this helped!


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not sure w 10 is the way to go. don't want to fight an os that is unprepared, incomplete, or misconfigured.I love using a sure thing. w 10 is not tried and true. Is it? why use an unperfect os? not good practice...

people, if it aint broke don't fix it

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Sounds like Joel is saying that Windows 10 is really not at this point a rock solid OS is all and we all know it takes time.

I happen to agree it was released too quickly without substantially being fully tested and primed, but then you know how I feel.

I mean it is my understanding that "Edge" will finally become a complete browser with September updates but why release it and make it default browser

before it is fully completed?

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How hard is it to change your default browser?? My default is Firefox, just like it has always been. MS tested W10 for a long time before releasing the upgrade to the public. They are still testing!

Sure there are some minor problems and I'm sure there will be more problems next month when MS releases the anniversary update. Shouldn't be any thing a good tech can't fix LMAOxD

Yes everyone here knows how you feel about W10. You post it on every reply;)

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Well, Windows 10 wasn't fully baked when released but it continues to get better and better with each release. I like to think of it as a nice upgrade to Windows 8.1.

Honestly, however, if someone wants to stay on Windows 7 or Windows 8.1, sure. If your apps work, fantastic. After all, I always say it's all about the Apps not the OS. 

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