Microsoft rolled out Windows 10 version 1909 in November 2019. The big M already started to work on the next big feature update expected to land in the first half of 2020. The company recently pushed cumulative update KB4531955, which is the latest preview for Windows 10’s 20H1 Update.
As far as the changelog is concerned, KB4531955 does not bring any notable changes. Microsoft released the update primarily to test servicing for 20H1 builds. This is a very lightweight update that helps Microsoft check the reliability of its update servicing system. That update changed the OS build number to version 19025.1052.
However, many Slow Ring Insiders reported they can’t install KB4531955.
Error 0x80092004 blocks KB4531955 install
Here’s how one user described this issue:
“Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version Next (10.0.19025.1052) (KB4531955)” and when installation completes, the error 0x80092004 appears. Is there a way to download it or something without the need to change of compilation?
For the time being, there is no workaround available to get rid of this problem. However, the good news is that Microsoft officially acknowledged the issue and is working on a permanent fix.
We are actively looking into reports of this error and appreciate your patience.
The tech giant has not offered any details regarding the root-cause of this problem. The fact of the matter is that this error code is affecting thousands of users. Let’s hope Microsoft manages to release the hotfix by December.
If you encountered error 0x80092004 when trying to install the latest Slow Ring update, feel free to tell us more about your experience in the comments below.