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I get the error code: 0×80244019 when I try to download the next current windows update.

Is there any hope for my PC?

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# Comment Id: 25035


I suggest you have to create windows update au key in your right section and add the registry section/value.

  • Click on your mouse the right button then choose the new section or key. This would be creating an new folder. Write the name windows update. Then create au then put the our section in your right panel and it will help.

Otherwise you can try this.

  • Check your internet connection if you are connected. If yes, see your proxy server if you have then unable your proxy. Because often times that the one reason why we’re not getting what we want. So now try again your system if does work.

Or try to contact your administrative with your problem, it helps. Thanks.

# Comment Id: 28333

Its a common error in Windows Update, just follow the steps mentioned.

Steps are same for any version of Windows XP, Vista and 7.

# Comment Id: 112925

This error you are having has really something to do with the downloading of the updates for your Windows using the Windows Update feature. If this is the first that this happens, try restarting your computer then try it again. See if you will receive the same error after rebooting the machine. If the same thing happened again, you should check if your computer presently has an active internet connection to make the downloading of the files possible.

You can check your computer’s present connection status by opening any of your web browsers then visiting some websites or simply visit YouTube and see if you can stream some videos with your present speed. Through this, you can evaluate your internet connection’s present status and confirm if it is really related to your connection. You can contact your ISP if the problem is really related to your connection. You can also check the contents of the error log from this location: %windir%WindowsUpdate.log which actually means “C:\WINDOWS\WindowsUpdate.log”. An example of it is displayed below.

2012-07-30 08:52:57:322 904 b04 DnldMgr WARNING: BITS job {5EA16320-76A6-4D28-83EA-71C39D4FEA55} failed, updateId = {F308F044-A236-4AAD-AE49-DE35D5356FE3}.101, hr = 0×80190194, BG_ERROR_CONTEXT = 5
2012-07-30 08:52:57:322 904 b04 DnldMgr Progress failure bytes total = 1748400, bytes transferred = 0
2012-07-30 08:52:57:322 904 b04 DnldMgr Failed job file: URL = http://WSUSServer:8530/Content/7E/0DF360442FC0808CC47E2B73E45BC178D808227E.exe, local path = C:WindowsSoftwareDistributionDownloadfafd970530328d8e541b6ba8b873fbbcdf360442fc0808cc47e2b73e45bc178d808227e
2012-07-30 08:52:57:338 904 b04 DnldMgr Error 0×80244019 occurred while downloading update; notifying dependent calls.

You can also copy and paste the URL “http://WSUSServer:8530/Content/7E/0DF360442FC0808CC47E2B73E45BC178D808227E.exe” to your web browser’s address bar and you will get the 404 error code which simply means that you cannot download the update because the page that supposedly contains the content doesn’t offer it. This might be because the file has been deleted or has been replaced with a new one. Since this problem occurred from within Windows, the best thing to do is to try it some other time or you may also contact the technical support of Microsoft to better deal with this situation.

Sharath Reddy