a week ago (15.9.2019) I got stopcode "System service Exception". Right now its second time this month. First time it was failed installation in Windows update. Hard to find as now...
15.9.2019 I got stopcode (as I wrote up) but everything was updated so I just wait. In Wednesday I found in Your website that in May was update for Windows so I downloaded it because I had my Notebook in "Safe mode" so can't reach Windows update. While I try to run it I got a message "something about I already have this update" so it was good but yesterday I try to restart NB (notebook) and in Windows update was that Im without last update (that one in may :/ 1903 - had 1803).
Becuase today I had time I used my downloaded update. Yeah and error 0xc0020036 but found old Question in:
so I tried this:
There are times that this error occurs when some files in the Windows Update are missing or corrupted. Let's fix this by using the Windows Update Troubleshooter to automatically diagnose and resolve any software issues related to Windows Update.
Just double-click the latest WindowsUpdate.diagcab file to run the troubleshooter. Then, select Next and follow the steps in the wizard to find and fix issues with Windows Update.
Kindly update us with the result.
... my result was: "Service registration is missing or corrupted." (ok was no idea was is it)
I have noticed that this thread has been idle for sometime now, I would like to know if you are still having difficulties on installing the updates to your computer and needs further assistance.
If yes, I will require some information to further isolate the issue. Please answer the questions below:
- I would like to confirm the current build and version of your Windows. Press the Windows key and R buttons simultaneously to open the Run command then type winver and press Enter.
- Let's Check for updates on your computer again. Are the same updates are being offered to you?
No nothings here just info about windows: Version 1803 (build OS 17134.1006).
For now lets check for corruptions on your System Files by performing DISM and SFC commands. To perform DISM and SFC scans follow the steps below.
- Right click the Windows button, and then select Command Prompt (Admin). If you are prompted for an administrator password or for a confirmation, type the password, or click Allow or Yes.
- Type DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth then press Enter.
- Once the operation has been completed, Type sfc /scannow.
- Try to check for updates again.
Update us on the result.
Deployment Image Servicingand Management tool
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***Modified title from: Windows 10 update***