Microsoft has released cumulative update KB3194798 on October 11, 2016, for Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016. Some users are reporting serious install issues (update hung or will be rolled back).
KB3194798 stalls with error 0x800F0922 (Win Server 2016)
Some administrators are facing error 0x800F0922 during installing cumulative update KB3194798 (Windows 10 Version 1607). The update won’t download or stalls during installation. A Windows Server 2016 users has created this Technet forum thread, reporting error code 0x800F0922 during install. Uninstalling Remote Server Administration Tools (RSAT) has solved this update install issue.
Update KB3194798 download hung
Some users are reporting, that update KB3194798 for Windows 10 Version 1607 hangs during download at 0 %, 95% or other values. On my test machine the download hangs at 95 %. I read in a German blog that third party antivirus software – and also Windows Defender – can be the root cause. Deactivating Windows Defender shall helps. Also someone reported, that disabling the internet connections for a short time may helps.
Other users are reporting, that it helps to wait a couple of hours (some system took several hours to download and install the update). On my system, download has been finished 5 minutes after I deactivated real time protection in Windows Defender.
Update KB3194798: error 0x8007025D
It’s possible to download KB3194798 manually and try to install it. Some users are reporting an install error 0x8007025d. In this case a disc check or checking Windows (see Check and repair Windows system files and component store) may helps.
Update KB3194798: error 0x80073712
That error indicates a corrupted update store(ERROR_SXS_COMPONENT_STORE_CORRUPT). Use this Microsoft KB article to fix your system.
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