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Cumulative Update for Windows 10 for x64-based Systems (KB3081455) - Error 0x80073712 ?...

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    Cumulative Update for Windows 10 for x64-based Systems (KB3081455) - Error 0x80073712? anyone have any ideas how this works?

     
     
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  3. JordanK

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    Basically this is an important update and is required for your windows 10 machine. there is a few things you can do.

    go to a command prompt > Cmd and type in : Sfc/scannow then hit enter. let it do its stuff then check your windows updates again. Let me know if it doesnt work i will try and figure out another way.
     
  4. JordanHVideos

    JordanHVideos Guest Guest Post

    Hi everyone,

    watch this video, there are a few things you can do such as download the update manually, delete problems with previous download folders etc. follow this guide it worked for me

     
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  6. Gayla

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    Jordan, I've tried all our suggestions and I still can't get this update to load. Cumulative Update for Windows 10 for x64-based Systems (KB3105213) - Error 0x80073712

    Do you have any other ideas????

     
  7. DavidS

    DavidS Guest Guest Post

    Have you tried to download the update manually from the Microsoft website?
     
  8. Gayla

    Gayla Guest Guest Post

    Yes I have and I thought it actually loaded but then when I went back to settings, it gave me the same error message :(. I even spent about 2 hours online with Microsoft with them trying to fix it and they couldn't. Just frustrated.
     
  9. sandman1

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    Try this:

    Run command prompt as admin and type in the following

    wuauclt.exe /updatenow

    Updates should start installing.
     
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