How to Fix Common Windows 10 Installation Errors
When you are installing Windows 10, you may come across a variety of errors, which is usually very frustrating. The first thing to keep in mind is not to panic. Most of the time, you can fix Windows 10 installation errors on your own. Here are the steps that you need to follow in order to fix the Windows 10 installation errors.
Your PC reboots continuously
If your PC keeps rebooting during the installation process, you should first check if any non-essential hardware components are connected to the computer. Unplug all the hard drives, except the C drive. Then you can check if you can proceed with the installation. If there’s nothing wrong with the hardware, you should check if you are using the right upgrade. In other words, you should check if you have 32-bit hardware or 64-bit hardware. Then you need to select the appropriate setup to proceed with the installation.
Error “Something Happened 0x80070005-0x90002”
The error “Something Happened 0x80070005-0x90002” is common and you might get it during the Windows 10 installation procedure. When you see this error, you need to disable all firewalls and antivirus programs. You should even disable the Microsoft firewall. Then you can go ahead and run the Windows 10 installer again. If it is not working, you can turn on the firewall and antivirus again and Google for another solution.
After completing the Windows 10 installation, you need to activate it. You may come across a few issues during the activation process. To overcome them, you are encouraged to upgrade via the Windows Update option. Then you can select “Upgrade this PC Now”. As the next step, you can create a Windows 10 Media Creation tool and launch the setup.exe file using it.
Use the Windows Update Troubleshooter
In Windows 10, you will be able to find a troubleshooter, which has the ability to detect the issues and fix them for you. These issues will be fixed in the form of patches and updates. If you are not too sure about the cause of the problem, you are encouraged to use the tool. To launch the tool, enter Troubleshoot
Low disk space
Sometimes you will get an error message telling you that you are low on disk space during the Windows 10 installation. If you are installing 32-bit Windows, you need to have at least 16GB of free storage space. But if you are installing 64-bit Windows, you need to make sure that you have at least 20GB of free storage space. You can check your hard drive and see if you have enough space to install Windows 10. If not, you should either upgrade your hard