Error 80080005 is the most common problem that appears while installing updates on your Windows computer. What usually happens is that after system detects a fresh updates something goes wrong resulting in error code: 80080005. There may be a number of factors behind this problem: corrupted system files, damaged hard drive, Windows Registry Errors, presence of malicious programs, Network configuration issues, drivers problem, and so on.
Error 0x80072ee7 is usually caused in the process of installing updates on Windows 10. It appears when the user tries to run the Update, finds the acceptable Windows 10 update and attempts to start it.
Lately, Windows 10 users often face the issue called error 0x80070643 that pops up during installation update for Windows Defender Antivirus. This bug may be caused by corrupted system files, damaged hard drive, Windows Registry Errors, malware, e.t.c. Accordingly, the key to solving the problem is, in each of these cases, different.
Error 0x80073715 is yet another error that might occur while installing update for Windows 10. There are many reasons for its occurrence ranging from file system issues or errors in System Registry to effect of computer viruses. Accordingly, addressing the problems can be different depending on the cause.
0x80070020 is a frequent error among Windows 10 users that might show up while installing updates. Typically, the following occurs: the system finds the acceptable Windows 10 update and attempts to start it, but then installation suddenly stops and freezes at some stage and then drops error code 0x80070020.