KB4517389 comes with installation problems for many

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KB4517389 fail install

Microsoft recently released their October 2019 Patch Tuesday updates, and many Windows 10 users were glad that some fixes for their problems have finally come out.

Despite coming with some improvements, the updates also brought a lot of new issues and annoying problems.

KB4517389 brings more problems then it fixes

More specifically, KB4517389 caused Critical Error, the printer driver issue and Windows Search bug wasn’t fixed for all, mouse issues, Bluetooth issues, and other connectivity issues.

If you want to find out more about these problems, you can check out our complete article and be on the lookout for the same problems and possible ways to fix them.

Also, Microsoft Edge stops working after updating to KB4517389. Check out this article to find out more about that.

Now, it seems that many Windows 10 users are also complaining about installation problems.

KB4517389 install error 0xd0000034

For some unlucky users, the update doesn’t install properly, despite showing in the update log:

The latest Windows 10 update KB4517389 fails to install.  I get the following: 2019-10 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1903 for x64-based Systems (KB4517389). Last failed install attempt on ‎10/‎8/‎2019 – 0xd0000034

Others can’t stop the installation process. Here’s what one user is saying:

I have attempted to install these updates at least 8 times, but every time they fail to install.  Now every time I shut down or reboot my computer, they attempt to install, and I am unable to stop that.

This is mainly a glitch, as trying to install the update manually from the Microsoft Update Catalog results in a message that states the fact that the update is already installed.

If you encounter the same glitch, your best bet is to reset Windows Updates.

KB4517389 boot fail

Other users encountered boot errors after the update:

Last two day , my Pc startup normal, after windows update completed and system restart, but the problem the os cannot boot up, just stuck at the efi boot screen , I try press F8 select go to safe mode but still fail, auto repair is fail

To fix the problem, you’ll first have to repair or reset your PC using the Media Creation Tool. If that doesn’t work, then you can perform a clean install of Windows 10, as this may fix the problem once and for all.

KB4517389 install error 0x80070057

Installation errors are some of the most common, when we’re talking about Windows 10 updates. A couple of users are reporting error 0x80070057 when they try to install the latest KB4517389:

Somehow windows update fails to install this update on a fresh install of windows

We’ve already bumped into this error with KB4512508 and fully dealt with it. Follow the simple steps from this article and fix the problem in no time.

KB4517389 not completing

Some users are reporting that the update doesn’t install on their Windows 10 PC’s and their machine shuts down before completing the update process:

As the title states, Windows shuts down before the cumulative updates can finish. It gets to exactly 7% every time before shutting off completely. I’ve had this computer for about four months and I cannot recall it ever actually completing. The error code I’m getting when checking my update history is 0x80070002.

There is no official solution for this problem, but you can try to run sfc /scannow command in cmd or install the update manually, as this might fix your problem.

KB4517389 install error 0x800f081f

There are also some older problems with KB4517389. For example, users are reporting error 0x800f081f when they’re trying to install the update:

Hi there, I have this problem : 2019-10 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1903 for x64-based Systems (KB4517389) – Error 0x800f081f. Failed to install after several attempts. What is wrong with this update?

If you bumped into this issue as well, you’ll be happy to know that we already dealt with this error in the past.

Follow the steps from this useful guide and get rid of the 0x800f081f error in no time.

Have you encountered any installation problems with KB4517389?

Share your experience in the comments section below.


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