KB3200970 failed to install

tried the following sfc scan now 

and

WindowsUpdateDiagnostic

and

windows10.0-kb3200970-x64_3fa1daafc46a83ed5d0ecbd0a811e1421b7fad5a

both failed also please help 

 

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Cumulatieve update Windows 10 Version 1607 voor x64-systemen (KB3200970) - faild 0x800f0900

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wel none of the fix workt for me i disable update dont know if its an good idea

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wel i did the following 

to fix it 

sfc /scannow 

and then shutdown onedrive and it seem to work after that hope i was helpful for you 

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Same problem here. Another week, another update and another problem. Nothing new with Microsoft garbage. I am just tired of this Microsoft garbage

I'm the same way. My 4.0 GHZ system w/plenty of RAM and SSD has been working on KB32000970 for 24 hours, non-stop. It is stuck at Downloading updates 95%, and has been there for a very long time. My hard drive light is on, just about solid, for 99+% of the time. It is starting to look like this update may cost me a new SSD.

There is something flawed with Win 10 if an update takes substantially more time to update than to re-install the OS and all apps. This is a production machine for me, and for the past day, can hardly get anything done on it.

At this point, I don't know if: 1. I should just keep it tied up, wondering how much longer it will take; 2. re-boot and take my chances, 3. figure out how to stop all updates, 4. migrate to Debian. Possibly, if a reasonable update percentage thermometer that doesn't stay at 95% for many-many hours would give me enough feedback to help determine which option I should take. 

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I am using SSD too and am having issues installing these recent updates. It won't install no matter whatever I do. Even their tech support couldn't get those updates to install. It's really hammering our SSD.

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I am using SSD too and am having issues installing these recent updates. It won't install no matter whatever I do. Even their tech support couldn't get those updates to install. It's really hammering our SSD.

Microsoft,

This update has been stalled for many-many hours at 95% completion. I have a very fast cpu, 16MB ram, 100kbps fios Internet, solid state drives, top of the line Asus MB. I did a fresh install a week ago, and as of a few days ago, Win 10 Pro was up to date. I've been watching Resource Monitor, Disk is often above 100 MB/sec, Network is pretty high on the 100 Kbps chart, CPU averages about 50%, meaning the system is very busy, but the completion % is stuck at 95%.

1. Is there any chance this update will finish, or should I just put another OS on it? Any idea how much longer I should wait (I really need to be able to use this machine SOON).

2. Is there anything I can do to speed up this update?

3. I'm concerned my SSD will fail prematurely as the HD light is on solid >95% of the time.

Thanks

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After six attempts I cannot get this update to complete either but it doesn't hang or bluescreen or give an error code. It gets all the way to 96% and then tells me "We couldn't complete the updates. Undoing changes. Do not turn off computer". It then rolls back to the pre-update state. I have tried the Update Troubleshooter several times. It seems to find and "fix" the same problems each time I run it, but without any effect on the installation of this update. I have also tried sfc scannow, which finds nothing wrong.

If I do not install KB3200970, will the next cumulative update, when it comes, still work or will the absence of KB3200970 block future cumulative updates?


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Hey guys, I was having the same issue. I have posted a solution here in my post: https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10-update/solved-windows-10-update-kb3200970-and-kb3197954/6ad3542e-81e2-4758-ab07-d21a2f3e08f4

That's the only solution that worked

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I got it working late yesterday, after roughly 36 hours of the hard drive light being on solid 95% of the time. In digging around, I found in Settings, Update&security, Update History, Failed to install (kb3200970). Clicking that link gets you to another window that has a link to More Info. That opens up a web page that lets you download the actual update file. That installed for me.

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I got it working late yesterday, after roughly 36 hours of the hard drive light being on solid 95% of the time. In digging around, I found in Settings, Update&security, Update History, Failed to install (kb3200970). Clicking that link gets you to another window that has a link to More Info. That opens up a web page that lets you download the actual update file. That installed for me.
I have already tried downloading  the actual update file of KB3200970 from the Microsoft Catalogue update website, but that failed to complete in exactly the same way as before, reaching 96% and then rolling back again. I have never had your problem of the install hanging - it always rolls back.

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