In the meantime, you’re stuck with avoiding restarts and major upgrades at inopportune times.
Microsoft knows that sometimes updates bring along a few unwanted issues, which is why the company created the Windows Update Troubleshooter.
It won’t solve every problem, but it’s a great place to start and will usually provide useful information even if it can’t offer a fix.
If your update fails or creates problems, it will often give you an installation error code.
The error could also mean there isn’t enough free space in the System Reserved partition.
You might be able to fix this problem by using third-party software to increase the size of the System Reserved partition.
The codes don’t tell you much by themselves, but they do include a lot of useful info if you hop online and consult Microsoft’s guide on the matter.
Below, we’ve included a table highlighting some of the more common errors.
I have done what it has asked countless times (I am already using English language and it is activated, as far as I can tell, as is my time format correct).
This problem happened intermittently for a couple of months, but normally I can still use Sky Go regardless of the error message.
Select your preferred times, and click from the main Windows Update settings page to select a custom restart time.
Just toggle the setting on, and then select your preferred time and day.
Step 5: Finally, you can defer system upgrades for a period of time, usually several months.