Has anyone els ever got this error code "0x8024a112" when trying to install windows 10 updates? I installed the update and delayed the restart. And now I press "restart now" and get "0x8024a112" so I dont think the updates applied

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SuperFly Original Profile

This is the full message: "We're having trouble restarting to finish the install. Try again in a little while. If you keep seeing this, try searching the web or contacting support for help. This error code might help: (0x8024a112)"

A couple people told me to try some things but they didnt work.

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Kira Smart answered

This error code 0x8024a112 is yet another Windows Update error. It shows up when running an inbuilt Windows Update search system and downloading pending updates. Here you can find a fix for this error https://www.devicetricks.com/ . I'm 100% positive it helps

thanked the writer.
Ray  Dart
Ray Dart commented
xxxxxxxx112 is actually a "cannot write to disk" error - it usually means there is insufficient space in either the main disk to download updates prior to installation. Simple as that.
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Chips Ters answered

Hello everyone, I'm using Windows 11. The fact is that Windows 11 has an automatic Windows Update service that downloads new patches from Microsoft servers in the background and installs them on your computer. After installing such an update, you will often see a prompt to restart Windows 11 to complete the update process and replace the system files that are currently in use. Sometimes updates contain bugs that can affect device stability. But recently I read on https://remotdesktop.com/how-to-easily-roll-back-and-uninstall-a-windows-11-update/ about how you can easily uninstall the Windows 11 update. Perhaps this information will be for useful to you.

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