Windows 10: Unable to complete win anniversary downlaod - how to remove
Unable to complete win anniversary downlaod - how to remove
Windows started downloading/installing the anniversary update but couldnt complete because of space limit. It has a fix button and if pressed it tries again. I actually dont want the update and have now hid it with the show hide tool. Still in settings/update it shows. Is there any way to remove it? Has it already downloaded something and if so, how can i remove it. Thanks
Hi, I believe you'll need to delete the contents of C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution\
This is easily done in Safe Mode.
I recently did this when the latest AU large update hung (happened to many) to allow another attempt.
You'll lose your update history.
Looks like it is gone from updates so I guess it is obeying the hide.
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