Keeping your Windows 10 up to date is crucial, but some users reported that error 0x8024002E prevents them from downloading updates.
This can be a big problem since you’ll miss out on new features and security updates, but there’s a way to fix this problem, and in today’s article, we’re going to show you how to do it.
How can I fix the 0x8024002E Windows Update error?
1. Check Windows Registry
- Press the Windows Key + R buttons together.
- In Run window, type regedit and then hit Enter.
- Find HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software
- Locate DisableWindowsUpdateAccess in the right pane, double-click it and set its value data to 0.
- Restart Windows Update service.
- Optional: Restart your PC.
- Check if the problem is still there.
2. Troubleshoot Windows Update
- Navigate to the Control Panel and search for Troubleshooting.
- Now, select View All.
- Then, select the Windows Update option.
- Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the troubleshooter.
3. Perform a System Restore
- Press Windows Key + S and enter system restore. Select Create a restore point.
- When the System Properties window appears, click the System Restore button.
- System Restore window should now appear. Click Next to proceed.
- Look for Show more restore points option and check it, if available. Select the desired restore point and click Next.
- Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the process.
We hope that this article has been able to help you in solving the 0x8024002E error. If you found our solutions helpful, feel free to let us know in the comments section below.
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