The latest Windows 10 update was meant to fix issues …but it's caused even more chaos

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The latest Windows 10 update was meant to fix issues …but it's caused even more chaos

On social media sites as well as the Feedback Hub Windows 10 users have reported issues with the latest update, saying they've been getting one of

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On social media sites as well as the Feedback Hub Windows 10 users have reported issues with the latest update, saying they’ve been getting one of three main error codes – 0x800f081f, 0x800f0984 or 0x800f0922.

One affected user wrote: “Getting aforementioned error on any attempt to install this update. Have run standard DISM and SFC command, and performed a basic reset of Windows Update.”

While another posted: “I’m getting a consistent failure of KP5001330 to install with error code 0x800f0984. This is happening on Surface Studio 2 and Pro 7. This is the second month in a row Microsoft has been unable to the cumulative update on my machines. The install pauses at 20 percent, then again at 73 percent (different from last month’s 40 percent), then at 100 percent, then fails.”

There have also been reports that the nightmarish Temporary user bug – which sees a new user profile appear once a machine has been booted after a cumulative update has been installed – has also cropped up again.

One affected user raised the issue to the Windows-centric site saying: “I can no longer get into my computer since the update.

“It says ‘the User Profile Service service failed the sign in. User profile can not be loaded'”.



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