Resolve Windows Could Not Determine The Language To Use For Setup Fault

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While upgrading my system, I got a message containing windows could not determine the language to use for setup. Error code: 0x80004005. How to fix this failure?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #289056

Resolve Windows Could Not Determine The Language To Use For Setup Fault

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It is a very unusual error which rarely occurs while installing the latest version of Operating Systems.


The possible reasons for the occurrence of this blunder may be:

1. There is some problem with the DVD drive.

2. There is some possibility that the version of OS has some issue.

I will suggest you install it from the start with the official release of the OS.

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Resolve Windows Could Not Determine The Language To Use For Setup Fault

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“Error 0x80004005” is translated as “unspecified error” in Microsoft Windows. You may get this when you want to install a Windows Update, access a shared folder, drive, or even a virtual machine. If you encounter this error when installing a Windows Update, try restarting your computer and install the Windows Update again. See if this works.

If this doesn’t work, try downloading the Windows Update Troubleshooter and run it. Just follow the instructions to fix problems with Windows Update. If this doesn’t work, visit Windows 10 Update History then look for the most recent update KB that you have on your Windows 10. If you have Windows 7, go to Windows 7 Service Pack 1 Update History.

Next, take note of the KB number then go to Microsoft Update Catalog and search for the KB number. Enter the KB number in the search field then click “Search” or hit Enter. When you found it, download and install that Windows Update on your computer. If the problem continues, on Windows 10, right-click the Windows button and select “Command Prompt (Admin)” to open an elevated command prompt.

If you are prompted, enter your password and click “Yes” or “Allow.” If you have Windows 7, click “Start,” “All Programs,” “Accessories” then right-click “Command Prompt” and select “Run as administrator.” In the command prompt window, type without quotes “DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth” then hit Enter. When it is finished, type without quotes “sfc /scannow” then hit Enter.

When it is finished, close the command prompt then try installing the Windows Update again.

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