Windows 10: build 10130 - Stuck at ZERO (o%) percent Solved

  1.    01 Jun 2015 #1

    build 10130 - Stuck at ZERO (o%) percent

    Hi there
    Computer stuck at downloading 0% over TWO hours !!!-- this is updating from build 10121.

    Another computer updated with no problems from build 10074. Took around 12 mins for download and completed fine.

    Internet connections are fine. Plenty of space on "C" drive too.

    Any ideas anyone.

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  2.    01 Jun 2015 #2

    Hi there

    Update :

    tried two re-boots --same problem -- so I restored BUILD 10074 and updated from that --- no problems whatsoever !!!!

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  3.    01 Jun 2015 #3

    yeah i have this with 10125 too, however when ive read quite a few posts already about 10130, it might even be better for not to get it downloaded
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  4. Posts : 1
    Win7 Enterprise, Win10 Build 10130
       18 Jun 2015 #4

    Found a working fix, at least for me.
    Disabled windows update service, deleted cache for windows update, rebooted, and re-ran update. Downloaded and installed all updates.
    Worth a shot for someone else...
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