Windows 10 2004 NO installation of Windows Update KB4565503 - continuous looping

Windows 10 2004 Release Preview build 19041.331
NO installation of Windows  Update KB4565503 - continuous looping
starting Windows Update the download is OK until 100%, then
it begin to update normally until 20%, then jump to 44% and then to 100%,
it restart to download until 10%, 
then restart to update at 20% + 44% + 100%,
again again again ...

in continuous looping between installing and downloading without end

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Good day! I'm Raniel, an Independent Advisor and a Microsoft user like you.

Can you perform a reset of your windows update components to fix your issue? You may refer to these guides (ensure that you are running the command prompt as an administrator):
https://www.yourwindowsguide.com/2015/12/reset-...
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/deploy...

Once done, perform a reboot and try to check if you'll get the same message.

You may also use the Windows update assistant and check if you will still encounter the issue with the updates. You may go to this link and click on "Update Now": https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-downlo...

If the issue with the updates still persist, I suggest performing a repair install of your Windows and see if it resolves the issue:
https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/16397-repai...
https://www.yourwindowsguide.com/2016/06/how-to...

Please let me know how it goes. Thank you.
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Good day! I'm Raniel, an Independent Advisor and a Microsoft user like you.

Can you perform a reset of your windows update components to fix your issue? You may refer to these guides (ensure that you are running the command prompt as an administrator):
https://www.yourwindowsguide.com/2015/12/reset-...
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/deploy...

Once done, perform a reboot and try to check if you'll get the same message.

You may also use the Windows update assistant and check if you will still encounter the issue with the updates. You may go to this link and click on "Update Now": https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-downlo...

If the issue with the updates still persist, I suggest performing a repair install of your Windows and see if it resolves the issue:
https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/16397-repai...
https://www.yourwindowsguide.com/2016/06/how-to...

Please let me know how it goes. Thank you.
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Standard Disclaimer: There are links to non-Microsoft websites. The pages appear to be providing accurate, safe information. Watch out for ads on the sites that may advertise products frequently classified as a PUP (Potentially Unwanted Products). Thoroughly research any product advertised on the sites before you decide to download and install it.

Hello Raniel V.

First of all many many thanks for your help.

I tried all your suggestions but unfortunately no one worked!

Then I installed ex-novo a fresh new copy of windows 10 using a USB key created with Windows Media Creation Tool,

in this way I got a clean copy of Windows 10 2004 build 19041.264, I updated it to build 19041.388 with KB4565503 and all worked fine!

Unfortunately this is not a good solution because you must rebuild your computer ex-novo!

I tried again with an old Windows 10 backup 2004 build 19041.207, I updated it to build 19041.329 then update again to build 19041.388 with KB4565503 and all worked fine!

Conclusion: it seems that the problem to install KB4565503 arises if you updated manually your Windows 10 to build 19041.330 (KB4566866) or to build 19041.331 (KB4565503) – pls notes that these 2 KB was issued outside of Windows Update in order to fix PrinterSpooler problem.

Regards and thanks again – ciao - Alex

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Hello Raniel V.

First of all many many thanks for your help.

I tried all your suggestions but unfortunately no one worked!

Then I installed ex-novo a fresh new copy of windows 10 using a USB key created with Windows Media Creation Tool,

in this way I got a clean copy of Windows 10 2004 build 19041.264, I updated it to build 19041.388 with KB4565503 and all worked fine!

Unfortunately this is not a good solution because you must rebuild your computer ex-novo!

I tried again with an old Windows 10 backup 2004 build 19041.207, I updated it to build 19041.329 then update again to build 19041.388 with KB4565503 and all worked fine!

Conclusion: it seems that the problem to install KB4565503 arises if you updated manually your Windows 10 to build 19041.330 (KB4566866) or to build 19041.331 (KB4565503) – pls notes that these 2 KB was issued outside of Windows Update in order to fix PrinterSpooler problem.

Regards and thanks again – ciao - Alex

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Hi Alex,

Apologies if the suggested methods didn't work out for you.

I'm glad that you were able to resolve the issue! Thank you for sharing to us the troubleshooting steps that you have performed to resolve it.

Have a great day.

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Im also having this issue on my Surface Go 2. I have reinstalled Windows 10 from the reset tool and it still has this update loop issue. I really dont want to have to update from a brand new fresh image! Surely there has to be a fix. I have tried all the manual approaches too and they fail!

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Im also having this issue on my Surface Go 2. I have reinstalled Windows 10 from the reset tool and it still has this update loop issue. I really dont want to have to update from a brand new fresh image! Surely there has to be a fix. I have tried all the manual approaches too and they fail!
in my case I reinstalled Windows 10 using Media Creation Tool (maintaining Data & Apps) - in this way I got W10 19041.264, the I updated normally to 19041.388 without any problems. - Good luck!

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