Microsoft gives updates to the users of Windows regularly. Because of these updates, users get all the latest features of the apps which were provided by Microsoft. Also, most of the time you get the fixes of all the errors that you are facing in the previous versions.
Recently many users have reported that they can not update their Windows and facing Failure Configuring Windows Updates, Reverting Changes Error on the PC screen. The main reason for this error is that you have enabled the secure boot feature in your system.
So to solve this error from your Windows, you need to disable the secure boot feature while updating and after successfully update, users can enable it again on their system. By doing this most of the people have solved this issue form their Windows PC.
Solutions To Fix Failure Configuring Windows Updates
This error also comes if you have some missing corrupted or missing files on your Windows. So before you follow the steps that are given below, first check for some missing or corrupt system files with the SFC scan. With the help of this SFC scan, users can identify and repair the files that are corrupt. To do that follow th steps below:
- First, launch Command Prompt
- Then run it as an administrator
- Now simply type this command sfc /scannow
- And hit Enter.
After this check for the problem, if it still there then follow the below methods.
1. Disable Secure boot
- First of all, Restart your Windows 10.
- Then you need to press the Esc button continuously from the keyboard when the system starts up.
- After that, you will see the Startup menu on your PC screen.
- Go to the System Configuration tab with the help of the right arrow on the keyboard.
- From the System Configuration menu, select Boot options by pressing the Down arrow key.
- Now press the Enter button.
- Then move down with the help of keyboard to the Secure Boot option.
- Now press the Enter button from the keyboard.
- From there you need to select the Disable option press the Enter button.
- Then from your keyboard press the F10 button to save changes and exit the menu.
- Now to confirm the saved changes press Enter button.
- After pressing the Enter button your PC will be Restarted.
- Then check for updates and see for the error is gone.
If you don’t see any error and successfully updated your Windows 10 then you need to enable back the Secure Boot feature after an update.
2. Remove all peripherals by hard rest your laptop
- To do that, Shutdown your Windows 10.
- Then remove any external USB peripherals from the laptop.
- Now remove all the additional wires from your external devices as well.
- Then unplug the power adapter from your laptop.
- After that, you need to press and hold the power button on the laptop for about twenty seconds.
- Then only plug the power adapter to your laptop.
- Now press the power button from the laptop.
- Then you will see the Start Windows normally option, select it and press the Enter button from the keyboard.
- Now Windows will boot up
- Then run Windows update again.
- When the update process is completed then connect all your peripherals to the laptop.
- After connecting all the peripherals Restart your Windows 10.
- Now check and see for the problem is solved.
3. Disable firewall and antivirus
- To do that first users need to disable the Antivirus application form the Windows.
- Then Turn Off the Windows 10 firewall.
- After that, check for the updates and see if the problem is still there on not.
4. Run the Update Troubleshooter
After using the upper methods if the problem is still there then try to update the Windows using the built-in Troubleshooter. If you are running Windows 10 on your PC then follow th below steps.
- First, go to Settings
- Then choose Update & Security
- Now Troubleshoot
- And then select the Update troubleshooter and run it.
Most of the users are still using Windows 7 so if you want to find the Update troubleshooter then follow the steps below.
- First of all launch Control Panel
- Then type troubleshoot in the search bar and select Troubleshooting
- After that select View All
- Then locate the Update troubleshooter from the left-hand pane
- Now Run it and restart your computer
- After that, check for updates again.
5. Clean Boot your PC
- To do that, go to the Start search bar and type msconfig
- After that click on the System Configuration
- Then click on the Services tab
- Now check the Hide all Microsoft services check box and then click Disable all. Then click on Ok.
- After that, go to the Startup tab and Open Task Manager
- From there select Startup from above
- Then click on Disable and then close Task Manager
- At last, restart the computer.
6. Restart the Windows Update Service
- To do that first, launch the Run window by pressing Windows + R keys.
- Then write services.msc on it and click on OK.
- Now locate the Windows Update Service
- Then right-click on it and first select Refresh and then Restart
- After restarting, check for updates again.
These are the six solutions that have worked for most of the users and they are able to update their Windows successfully.
We hope that by following the above methods you guys can Fix Failure Configuring Windows Updates, Reverting Changes Error from Windows. If you have any questions or want to give suggestions then leave a comment in the comment section below.