Is there ever gonna be a fix for updates Error 0x800706d9

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  1. Posts : 34,997
    Win 10 Pro (1903) (2nd PC is 21H2)
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       #11

    It would be wise to wait a bit- MS is working on some of the better known issues; 1 update just released.

    You could- when ready- do a manual download of Win 10 1607, and upgrade manually.
    But take due precautions- create a disk image beforehand.
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  2. Posts : 157
    Windows 10 14590 x64 and Win Insider test builds
       #12

    Jackske said:
    That makes more as two months that I struggle with Windows 10 Updates.
    I have read all the forums but nothing helped.
    Finally I found the solution.
    Go to the site Windows 10
    Click "Update now".
    Microsoft will install a new version of Windows 10, without changing anything in your settings and all your programs will continue to operate normally.
    All your problems with Windows Update will be settled.
    It takes patience because it takes a long time. But it is worth.
    Jackske
    Trust me ..an in place update and *moreover a few of them* carries the risk of significant cumulative problems and deteriorating performance trends outside of a best practice clean install and should only be a last resort if your OS is not functioning well at all ( or you are casually rolling in winbeta updates or the AU ) and you are not doing a clean install with media on low level a formatted volume which is the ONLY very best way anyway and may in fact fix your issue or not but a windows OS installer exe quick format with media often works just fine also and I frequently roll in winbeta's like that including this one (14915 .rs2 ) from win installer media for a clean install last night .,.....it depends . .
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  3. Posts : 4
    windows 10
       #13

    It is true because it worked for me. I am not making any speculations. This are facts.
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