Windows 10 v1903 fails to install with error 0x8007000e for some
Microsoft has finally started rolling out the Windows 10 May 2019 Update to the general public. As expected, this release brings a bunch of issues to the table.
Many users who attempted to install Windows 10 version 1903, reported that the update failed to install. The user encountered error code 0x8007000e and explained the issue in the following manner:
This morning I tried to update to Version 1903 of Windows 10. The update failed with error code 0x8007000e. After the failure my video display was distorted. In Device Manager both my Intel Graphics and Nvidia Geforce GT 540M are showing up as being faulty.
Luckily, the OP managed to fix the display by deleting and reinstalling Nvidia Geforce GT 540M and Intel Graphics.
The user also attempted to update these drivers but the update failed with a prompt “Best drivers are already installed“. The drivers didn’t install properly but the user was lucky enough to fix display issues.
How to fix Windows 10 v1903 install errors
If you are one of those who are experiencing similar issues, go for a manual download. You can use the ISO files of Windows 10 v1903 to clean install the update on your PC.
The Media Creation Tool allows Windows users to download the latest Windows 10 ISO files. You need to visit Microsoft’s official website to download the Media Creation Tool.
Now, disconnect from the Internet after the ISO files have been downloaded on your system. You can also temporarily disable your antivirus program before running the ISO file.
Windows 10 users who are not experiencing this issue can simply defer Windows 10 May 2019 Update and wait for a stable release.
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