September 2019 Patch Tuesday is here and it comes with a lot of security improvements.
All the major versions of Windows 10 got improved security updates for Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer, network technologies, and input devices.
September 2019 Patch Tuesday updates have installation problems
Despite all these improvements and fixes, some issue still remain. That’s the case with 8024402F error. This is a pretty old error encountered many times before when trying to check for updates.
It seems that the September Patch Tuesday was not skipped, as one user describes the experience:
Second attempt after a restart to try and download the @MicrosoftHelps #PatchTuesday updates. It has stuck on 0% downloaded for a while. It did this in first attempt after using trouble shooter for an 8024402F error. pic.twitter.com/GnM4rgseV3
— Graeme Stickings (@Stickings90) September 10, 2019
How can I fix the 8024402F error on my Windows PC?
As we already said, you might encounter the 8024402F error when checking for updates, and that’s pretty annoying as it prevents you from updating your machine.
If you’re in the same boat, you’ll be happy to know that there are some fixes that might help you get past this error.
We already dealt with 8024402F error and you can solve your problem by following the link below.
For now, the problem is triggered by KB4516067 update, but if you encounter it on other versions, be sure to try the solutions from our guide.
Have you bumped in to 8024402F error on your Windows PC?
Share your experience in the comments section below.