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    Having problems with updating pc keeps uninstalling new updates error ox800f845
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Hello kevinclear, my name is Paul one of the community experts. For me to better assess the error message. Can you Upload a Screenshot of the EXACT error message it seems that I am having a hard time to find error ox 800fo845.

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Hello Kevinclear thanks for the screenshot provided. Here's some workarounds that you can try to fix the update issues.


Some of the common causes that can trigger 0x800f0845 update error code are:

Insufficient hard disk space to handle the update
Incompatible and outdated System BIOS.
Improperly configured, outdated, or damaged system drivers.
Corrupted System’s driver or system service
Now, we will try several fixes to overcome from 0x800f0845 BSOD error on Windows 10,

First of all make it clear that Microsoft doesn’t provide any official workarounds to fix 0x800f0845 BSOD.


Go with the Windows Update Troubleshooter

Press the START button and type TROUBLE
Choose Troubleshooting
And now, again select FIX “PROBLEMS WITH WINDOWS UPDATE” option present in the “SYSTEM AND SECURITY” section
Or you can use the Windows Update Troubleshooter.


Download the patch from Microsoft:

Open the https://www.catalog.update.microsoft.com/Home.aspx
Now, in the search field present on the top right, you need to enter the KB article related to the patch (like KB3213522)
Choose the correct version of the patch (generally all systems are 64 bit)
At last, download and then run the file
Also Read: [Solved] How to Fix DPC Watchdog Violation in Windows 10?


Run the System File Checker:

You need to run the SFC or System File Checker command on the command Window. To do this follow the below-given steps
Press Windows + R button to open the run dialogue box. In the box, you need to type the CMD and hit enter. This will open up the Command prompt.
At the command prompt, you need to type the SFC /SCANNOW and press enter key.
This command will scan and fix problems on the system files.
After completion of this command, you will need to restart your system to complete the fix.
Check for prerequisite patches:
Open the Microsoft official website (http://support.microsoft.com)
Now, enter the patch number – KB3206632
Click on the article and scroll down to the bottom. Read the Prerequisite section
After it, right Click on the Start button and choose PROGRAMS AND FEATURES
Now, click on the Click VIEW INSTALLED UPDATES link present on the left corner.
Now, in the SEARCH INSTALLED UPDATES field available at the top right corner, you need to type the patch number of any prerequisite
If you are unable to find it then go get it through the catalog as in step 5
Run DISM Command to Repair the Windows Update
Press Windows + R button to open the run dialogue box. In the box, you need to type the CMD and hit enter.

This will open up the Command prompt, run the below-given commands one by one…

Dism/Online/Cleanup-Image/ScanHealth

Dism/Online/Cleanup-Image/CheckHealth

Dism/Online/Cleanup-Image/RestoreHealth


Set your dist to ACTIVE in Disk Manager:

First, you need to click on the START button and type DISK and click on the CREATE AND FORMAT DISK PARTITIONS

Click on the SYSTEM RESERVED partition and make sure that the word ACTIVE is on the list

If it is not then right to click on it and choose the MARK PARTITION AS ACTIVE

Some of the Other Working Solutions are:
All the bellow-given solutions are effective and can easily resolve the issues:

First, you should upgrade your computers BIOS

Now, if your system has any VPN client then uninstall all the VPN client software

Erase the temp files from c:\users\<user>\application data\temp and c:\windows\temp\

Again, erase all the old/dead user profiles

Now, right click on the Start menu and choose SYSTEM
Click on the ADVANCED SYSTEM SETTINGS present on the top left of the menu
Click on the Settings button present under the user PROFILES section and erase any old or unused profiles
Run an in-place upgrade:
In case, you don’t have a current Windows 10 DVD or ISO, you can easily create using Microsoft’s Media Creation Tool. And make sure to click on the DOWNLOAD TOOL NOW and NOT the UPGRADE NOW button

Note: If you are unable to run an in-place upgrade then you can take help from- https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/insider/wik...

Now, double-click on the EXE, and make sure to select the KEEP PERSONAL FILES and KEEP APPS
After the completion of installation now try to install the problematic patch again.

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