Many users encountered various issues while downloading update KB4495667 on x64-based systems running Windows 10 v1809. Specifically, one user reported that error 0x80070005 appeared when he tried to install the update.
Have been trying for several days now trying to get this latest Update to install. I’ve read every post I could find online, run every batch file to reset/clear updates services, run sfc, run malwarebytes (all clear), ran Dism utility, and finally reinstalled Windows10, twice – once from old iso about a year old, and one from a new download from MS yesterday. Still won’t install!
As you can see, the OP tried different methods to install the update, including reinstalling Windows 10, but nothing worked.
How to fix Windows Update error 0x80070005
Other Microsoft users came to help with several solutions. So, here’s what you can do if error 0x80070005 is preventing your from installing KB4495667 on your PC.
Solution 1 – Install KB4495667 with Administrator account
It might be the case that the standard user account prevents the update from installing. So, the problem might be solved by rebooting the system and logging into an Administrator account. Then check for updates again.
Hopefully, the update will install correctly this time. The issue might be that there is some kind of permission needed for installing this update.
Solution 2 – Check the Hard Disk and Ram Memory
Make sure that you’ve got enough free space to install the update, especially if you’ve experience low memory issues lately. Delete unnecessary files and folder if need be.
Solution 3 – Wait for a new update
As many users reported it, there are some issues with Windows 10 v1809. Fortunately, a new Windows 10 version is just around the corner.
If you’re willing to wait for a few more days, you will be able to install the Windows 10 May 2019 Update on your device.
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