Fix Error Code 0x800f0922 When Installing Windows 11 Update KB5029263/KB5028948

Fix Error Code 0x800f0922 When Installing Windows 11 Update KB5029263/KB5028948

Welcome to Techsore! In this article, I'll tell you how to fix issues with installing specific updates on Windows 11, such as "kiwi5029263" or "kb5028948," when encountering the error code "0x800-f0922." Let's dive right into the steps to resolve this problem:

Step 1: Run Update Troubleshooter

  • Open the Start menu and click on "Settings."
  • Select "System" and scroll down to "Troubleshoot."
  • Click on "Other troubleshooters."
  • Locate "Windows Update" and click "Run" to initiate the troubleshooter.
  • After completion, restart your computer and attempt the update installation again.

Step 2: Restart Windows Update and Background Intelligent Transfer Service

  • Type "services" in the Windows search box and open the "Services" application.
  • Find "Windows Update" in the list, double-click it, and set the "Startup type" to "Automatic."
  • Click "Apply," ensure "Start" is highlighted, and click "OK."
  • With "Windows Update" still selected, click "Restart the service."
  • Repeat the same process for "Background Intelligent Transfer Service."
  • Restart your computer and retry the Windows update installation.

Step 3: Use Windows 11 Installation Assistant

  • Download the Windows 11 Installation Assistant from the provided link.
  • Run the downloaded .exe file and follow the prompts.
  • If updates are pending, you'll be prompted to install them through the assistant. Follow the instructions to do so.
  • If the installation assistant doesn't open, right-click it, go to "Properties," switch to the "Compatibility" tab, select "Run this program in compatibility mode for" and choose "Windows 7."

Step 4: Use Microsoft Update Catalog

  • Visit the Microsoft Update Catalog website using the provided link.
  • Search for the specific update (e.g., kb5029263) and download the appropriate version for your system.
  • Repeat the process for the other update (e.g., kb5028948).
  • Run the downloaded .exe files to manually install the updates.

Step 5: Reset Windows Update Components

  • Copy the provided commands:
  1. net stop bits net stop wuauserv net stop msiserver net stop cryptsvc net stop appidsvc Ren %Systemroot%\SoftwareDistribution SoftwareDistribution.old Ren %Systemroot%\System32\catroot2 catroot2.old regsvr32.exe /s atl.dll regsvr32.exe /s urlmon.dll regsvr32.exe /s mshtml.dll netsh winsock reset netsh winsock reset proxy rundll32.exe pnpclean.dll,RunDLL_PnpClean /DRIVERS /MAXCLEAN dism /Online /Cleanup-image /ScanHealth dism /Online /Cleanup-image /CheckHealth dism /Online /Cleanup-image /RestoreHealth dism /Online /Cleanup-image /StartComponentCleanup Sfc /ScanNow net start bits net start wuauserv net start msiserver net start cryptsvc net start appidsvc
  • Save the file on your desktop as "wufix.bat."
  • Right-click the saved .bat file and choose "Run as administrator."
  • Follow the on-screen instructions as the commands are executed.
  • After the process completes, restart your computer and retry the update installation.

Step 6: Use the Windows 11 Media Creation Tool

  • Download the Windows 11 Media Creation Tool from the provided link.
  • Run the downloaded .exe file and accept the terms.
  • Choose the "ISO file" option and save the file to your desktop.
  • Run the setup from the downloaded ISO file and follow the installation prompts.

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