Update from 1909 to 2004 fail for Error 0xc1900209


  1. Posts : 97
    win 10
       #1

    Update from 1909 to 2004 fail for Error 0xc1900209


    I trry to update windows 10 pro from 1909 to 2004 and i receive a message that need my intervention and after an alert for a problem 0xc1900209.
    I use SetupDiag and V2 Log collector and i upload the file zip here

    https://mega.nz/file/OAUnxCLR#s6mrUE..._8kACx3AndgzLk
    https://mega.nz/file/uVc1AQyT#14k8Lb...offE2h9E_6QV8o

    Please someone give a suggestion or help

    Thank
    Hispa
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Update from 1909 to 2004 fail for Error 0xc1900209-message-update.jpg   Update from 1909 to 2004 fail for Error 0xc1900209-immagine22.jpg  
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  2. Posts : 34,985
    Win 10 Pro (1903) (2nd PC is 21H2)
       #2

    Hi, this site uses English, so I hope all the data you have uploaded is comprehensible to people using English.

    I have OCR'd and translated your second screenshot for you: it reads

    Your PC settings are not yet supported in this version of Windows 10. Microsoft is
    working to support the settings soon. No action is needed. Windows Update
    will automatically offer this version of Windows 10 when these settings are supported.

    Clearly this is telling you you need to wait. That's assuming it is a correct and appropriate message, of course.

    Your first upload seems to be a xml file:

    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-16"?>
    <SetupDiag xmlns:xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xmlns="https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/deployment/upgrade/setupdiag">
    <Version>1.6.0.0</Version>
    <ProfileName>FindAbruptDownlevelFailure</ProfileName>
    <ProfileGuid>55882B1A-DA3E-408A-9076-23B22A0472BD</ProfileGuid>
    <LogErrorLine>2020-07-10 10:11:34, Error MOUPG CSetupManager::ExecuteInstallMode(898): Result = 0xC1900209</LogErrorLine>
    <FailureData>Error: SetupDiag reports abrupt down-level failure.Last Operation: FinalizeError: 0xC1900209 - 0x4000D</FailureData>
    <FailureData>LogEntry: 2020-07-10 10:11:34, Error MOUPG CSetupManager::ExecuteInstallMode(898): Result = 0xC1900209</FailureData>
    <FailureData>Refer to "https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/desktop/Debug/system-error-codes" for error information.</FailureData>
    <FailureDetails>ErrorCode = 0xC1900209, ExCode = 0x4000D, Oper = Finalize</FailureDetails>
    </SetupDiag>
    Please post a screenshot of your partitions using a 3rd party partition manager (not Disk Management) ensuring text in all columns is visible - thus:
    Update from 1909 to 2004 fail for Error 0xc1900209-screenshot-copy1.png

    Note that many threads on upgrade failures run on for some days, quite often without success. The various log files produced are not diagnostic.Please refer to the section of
    Upgrade to Windows 10
    starting
    The table at the Microsoft site below lists the most common upgrade and installation errors, and a few things you can try to fix the problems.

    Get help with Windows 10 upgrade and installation errors - Windows Support

    Resolve Windows 10 upgrade errors
    Meanwhile, if you search for
    Your PC settings are not yet supported in this version of Windows 10. Microsoft is working to support the settings soon.

    - from your error message- e.g. (random result)
    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/ans...his-versi.html

    Please be aware that MS tries to protect users where upgrading is known to be likely to cause them problems.
    It is not possible to find out what the particular cause is in a given case.

    If you were to try to upgrade manually using a downloaded iso file, it's likely you would receive the same message.

    Considering
    abrupt down-level failure 0xC1900209
    https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/...a-f32837bdf402

    you might want to look at the programs you are running- that suggests trying a clean boot, but you still may have a problem if an incompatible program is installed.

    In particular, you might try uninstalling any odd-ball security programs.
    Last edited by dalchina; 10 Jul 2020 at 06:32.
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  3. Posts : 97
    win 10
    Thread Starter
       #3

    Follow your suggestion i post my partitions on C

    I can try to Install Windows 10 2004 over my 1909 with an In-place ?
    Repair Install Windows 10 with an In-place Upgrade

    Thank
    Hispa
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Update from 1909 to 2004 fail for Error 0xc1900209-immagine36.jpg  
    Last edited by hispanico; 10 Jul 2020 at 08:14.
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  4. Posts : 34,985
    Win 10 Pro (1903) (2nd PC is 21H2)
       #4

    Hi, that looks as if it's a UEFI installation.

    I'm wondering where your 16Mb Reserved partition is...
    Update from 1909 to 2004 fail for Error 0xc1900209-untitled.png

    See e.g.
    Recover Deleted System Reserved Partition in Windows 10/8/7 – EaseUS
    where e.g. Method 3 may help.

    I can try to Install Windows 10 2004 over my 1909 with an In-place ?
    I commented:
    If you were to try to upgrade manually using a downloaded (2004) iso file, it's likely you would receive the same message.
    Apart from the partition issue, I suggested you could try upgrading after a clean boot.
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  5. Posts : 97
    win 10
    Thread Starter
       #5

    Ok some notes:
    1 - regarding upgrade to 2204 also with clean boot receive error 0xc1900209
    2 - so if is ok i can try with with install In-Place with iso 2004 ?

    3 - regarding problem of partition i use MiniTool Partition Wizard 12 i am not an expert of boot or partition so follow your link i must:
    Method 3. Rebuild or Repair (Deleted) System Reserved Partition via CMD (Command Prompt)
    1. Boot computer with Windows 10/8/7 installation media and press Shift + F10;
    2. Run the following commands at the command prompt:
    bootrec /fixmbr + Enter
    If you receive the error message "Element not found", you may need to mark the boot partition as active with diskpart first.
    3. Enter the commands below at the command prompt:
    diskpart
    select disk 0
    list partitionselect partition #
    Note: Select the "System Reserved" partition (if you have it) or the Windows OS partition.activeexit
    4. Type: bootrec /fixboot + Enter at the command prompt.
    5. Type: bootrec /rebuildbcd + Enter in the command prompt.After these steps, you can reboot PC and continue to use your computer again, and the deleted system reserved partition will be restored.
    Thank
    Hispanico


    dalchina said:
    Hi, that looks as if it's a UEFI installation.

    I'm wondering where your 16Mb Reserved partition is...
    Update from 1909 to 2004 fail for Error 0xc1900209-untitled.png

    See e.g.
    Recover Deleted System Reserved Partition in Windows 10/8/7 – EaseUS
    where e.g. Method 3 may help.


    I commented:


    Apart from the partition issue, I suggested you could try upgrading after a clean boot.
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  6. Posts : 34,985
    Win 10 Pro (1903) (2nd PC is 21H2)
       #6

    Resolve your missing 16Mb partition, then try upgrading again.

    As ever, before any major change, make sure you have a disk image of all Win 10 partitions, e.g. using Macrium Reflect (free-paid) + large enough external storage, so if something goes dramatically wrong you always have a way back.

    The routine and regular use of disk imaging is recommended time and again by tenforums members.

    Bear in mind 2004 offers little new, and some have tried it and reverted- others are happy with it. See News section for relevant articles including 'Known and Resolved Issues'.
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  7. Posts : 97
    win 10
    Thread Starter
       #7

    Ok thank for clarification Dalchina...so i must follow this:

    Method 3. Rebuild or Repair (Deleted) System Reserved Partition via CMD (Command Prompt)

    1. Boot computer with Windows 10/8/7 installation media and press Shift + F10;
    2. Run the following commands at the command prompt:


    • bootrec /fixmbr + Enter

    If you receive the error message "Element not found", you may need to mark the boot partition as active with diskpart first.
    3. Enter the commands below at the command prompt:

    • diskpart
    • select disk 0
    • list partition
    • select partition #

    Note: Select the "System Reserved" partition (if you have it) or the Windows OS partition.

    • active
    • exit

    4. Type: bootrec /fixboot + Enter at the command prompt.
    5. Type: bootrec /rebuildbcd + Enter in the command prompt.
    After these steps, you can reboot PC and continue to use your computer again, and the deleted system reserved partition will be restored.
    Correct ?

    But there is an app that can do through windows ?

    Thank
    Hispa
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  8. Posts : 34,985
    Win 10 Pro (1903) (2nd PC is 21H2)
       #8

    But there is an app that can do through windows ?
    Pardon? Do you mean perhaps - 'Is there a magical easy solution'?

    As you seem to be missing a partition, that's a low level problem.

    The link I posted I think included recovering a lost partition. I suppose if you were lucky you might try that.

    Any idea how it got lost?

    Feel free to search for other ways to restore it. E.g. Google

    'Restore lost system reserved partition'

    'system reserved partition missing'

    Post back when you've fixed it - or at least tried. Good luck.
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  9. Posts : 97
    win 10
    Thread Starter
       #9

    So i try
    Rebuild or repair (deleted) system reserved partition via cmd (command prompt)
    1. Boot computer with Windows 10 installation media and press Shift + F10;
    2. Run the following commands at the command prompt:bootrec /fixmbr + Enter
    with succes...
    but when i type
    bootrec /fixboot + enter ...i receive Access denied

    Hispa

    P.S:
    I have NVMe M.2 drives
    For NVMe M.2 drives, i know that need to boot using UEFI / GPT which requires that 'Windows Boot Manager' be the priority boot device used by Windows.
    Last edited by hispanico; 10 Jul 2020 at 17:54.
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  10. Posts : 34,985
    Win 10 Pro (1903) (2nd PC is 21H2)
       #10

    Remember- make sure you have a full disk image before making changes. Macrium Reflect (free).
    If you don't, and end up with problems, you will need to sort them out.

    Try the instructions in post #14 here from "Open a Command Prompt (Admin)"
    Creating System Reserved Partition and Deleting Windows 7

    Check your system boots, and post another screenshot of your partitions.
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