Facing Error 0x80070002 Windows 8 During Update

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I was updating my Windows 8, but it is displaying error 0x80070002 Windows 8. Is there any simple method to solve the problem or some simple steps to resolve the error?

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Facing Error 0x80070002 Windows 8 During Update

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This error occurs when some files in the Windows update are missing.

You can follow the steps –

  1. First steps is to stop the update services of the Windows
  2. Go to the software distribution folder and delete the temporary update files
  3. Now, start the update services of the Windows
  4. Make a note of the installed updates on the computer
  5. Use the system update readiness tool

If the problem is still not solved, try Windows troubleshooter.

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Facing Error 0x80070002 Windows 8 During Update

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If you receive error code “0x80070002” when installing a Windows Update, try this method. The problem is triggered when you have incorrect date or time settings. The problem can also happen if the temp folder is corrupt. Click on the “Date and Time” located on the lower right corner of the screen to bring up the window. Click “Change date and time settings.”

On the next screen, click “Change date and time” then set the correct date, time, and year. When you are finished, click “Change time zone” then set the correct time zone. Click “OK” then restart the computer. After booting, try installing the Windows Update again and see if it works. If the problem continues, download the Microsoft Fix it 50202 Tool and run it.

When it is finished, try installing the Windows Update again.

Answered By 581715 points N/A #299931

Facing Error 0x80070002 Windows 8 During Update

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If you receive error code “0x80070002” when installing a Windows Update, try this method. The problem is triggered when you have incorrect date or time settings. The problem can also happen if the temp folder is corrupt. Click on the “Date and Time” located on the lower right corner of the screen to bring up the window. Click “Change date and time settings.”

On the next screen, click “Change date and time” then set the correct date, time, and year. When you are finished, click “Change time zone” then set the correct time zone. Click “OK” then restart the computer. After booting, try installing the Windows Update again and see if it works. If the problem continues, download the Microsoft Fix it 50202 Tool and run it.

When it is finished, try installing the Windows Update again.

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