ERROR SUCCESS 0 The action completed successfully.

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I was updating windows when the connection was lost. After the connection was reestablished I restarted the update after restarting the computer. When the update was completed a message appeared“ERROR SUCCESS”, what does this error success mean?

 

Was the update a success or was it unsuccessful?

 

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Best Answer by Sharath Reddy
Answered By 0 points N/A #192759

ERROR SUCCESS 0 The action completed successfully.

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Hi Jhon,

The update was a success. Error Success 0 means the update was successful. If it was unsuccessful then You should have got other errors. So be assured your update was successful.

 

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Answered By 0 points N/A #192760

ERROR SUCCESS 0 The action completed successfully.

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Hi,

It would be better if you posted some screenshots in here. Also you wrote it wrong, it should be look like

"ERROR: SUCCESS 0"

By the way, the simple answer is, the window was updated successfully and there is no error found.

Please be cautious next time that the internet connection is good to use for updating without interruption.

Best regard,

shihan.

 

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Answered By 565010 points N/A #192761

ERROR SUCCESS 0 The action completed successfully.

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Yes, I was also in favor of that. It would be much helpful if you attached some screenshots on your post to see what the message actually looks like. In a Microsoft product installation, an error message may mean a different reason why the error was displayed. Different software may have different meanings on a particular error value.

So, if you suspect that your installation encountered a problem, the best solution is to re-install the software. In other words, do a clean installation. This is done by uninstalling the software, cleaning the Windows registry for any orphan registry entries, then installing the software again. To clean the Windows registry, you can use Norton SystemWorks’s Norton WinDoctor to clean, delete, and fix common Windows problems. This is important because whenever software is removed from the computer, the registry entries it previously added on Windows still remains. The uninstallation process does not remove or delete those entries in the registry. Since your problem happened during Windows Update, try updating Windows again.

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