KB4093105 bugs: Install errors and random reboots
The latest Windows 10 Fall Creators Update patch, KB4093105, brings a plethora of useful bug fixes and improvements. The update fixes a series of bugs that caused apps, games and browsers to crash. So, if you’ve been experiencing similar issues lately, download and install KB4093105 through Windows Update.
Microsoft added only one known problem on the list of known issues. The Windows Update History reports that KB4054517 failed to install because of error 0x80070643. However, this is a false alert and you can check if the installation has completed by selecting the ‘Check for Updates’ option. If your system is up to date, this means that the install process completed successfully.
On the other hand, users have encountered new technical issues after installing the latest Windows 10 v1709 update on their computers. In this post, we’re going to quickly list the most important ones so that you know what to expect in terms of bugs.
KB4093105 reported issues
1. PC randomly reboots
Many Windows 10 users decided to uninstall this update due to random computer reboots. Everything got back to normal as soon as they removed the patch.
Never had an issue with updates until this one. System randomly rebooted after the update once it was installed. Had event id error 1101. Rolled back and everything is good.
2. Install fails
Other users couldn’t install the update as their computers reverted the changes shortly before the final restart and displayed the following error message on the screen: ‘We couldn’t complete the updates. Undoing changes. Don’t turn off your computer‘.
Fortunately, we have a dedicated troubleshooting guide on how to fix this error. Follow the instructions listed in the guide and hopefully you’ll be able to install the update.
Another common update error that users experienced is 0x800f0922. For more information on how to fix 0x800f0922, check out this guide.
These are the most frequent KB4093105 issues reported by Windows 10 users. As you can see, this update is quite stable. If you encountered other issues than the two listed above, tell us more about your experience in the comments below.
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