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3 Methods to Fix KB3200970 Failed to Install with Error, Stuck or Reboots

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2016-12-01 17:45:22 Posted by Judie to Resource

Summary:
Here are 3 methods to fix KB3200970 failed to install issue caused by different errors and reasons. Whenever you stuck into a situation that cumulative update for Windows 10 Version 1607 for x64-based systems KB3200970 fails to install, stuck or reboots and prevents you from getting the new update, just try the solution work best for your case to find a way out.

Here are 7 methods to fix KB3200970 failed to install issue caused by different errors and reasons. Whenever you stuck into a situation that cumulative update for Windows 10 Version 1607 for x64-based systems KB3200970 fails to install, stuck or reboots and prevents you from getting the new update, just try the solution work best for your case to find a way out.  

Method 1. Fix KB3200970 fail to install with different error codes

When KB3200970 failed to install with an error code, you can you can use it as a reference to troubleshoot and fix the issue. The following are the list of common upgrade or installation errors along with solutions to fix problems.

Error code 0x800F0922 

It indicates that there is not enough free space on the System Reserved partition. If KB3200970 failed to install with this error code, just extend System Reserved partition to fix this issue.

Error code 0x80070070 – 0x50011, 0x80070070 – 0x50012, and 0x80070070 – 0x60000 

These 3 error codes indicate that the computer doesn't have enough space available to upgrade to Windows 10. If KB3200970 failed to install with this error code, just run Windows 10 Disk Cleanup tool to free up storage space or extend system partition with EaseUS free partition software, a popular third-party partition tool.

Error Code 0x80073712

KB3200970 fail to install with 0x80073712 error occurs when the file needed by the update is missing or corrupted. Here repairing missing or corrupted system files using the System File Checker tool is a fix.

1.Type cmd in the search box > select Command Prompt
2.Type sfc /scannow
3.Restart your computer and try to install KB3200970, KB3198586, KB3198585 again.

Methods 2. Fix KB3200970 stuck for hours or reboots continuously

Sometimes, KB3200970 might just stuck at a particular percentage for hours and won’t install without reminding any error code. When it happens, try the following steps to fix KB3200970 fails to install and stuck midway. 

Step 1. Disconnected any nonessential hardware

Unplug all external hard drives and peripherals such as extra monitors, smart card readers, weird keyboards, whatever. 

Step 2. Disable or uninstall any security software like antivirus and firewalls. 

Step 3. If possible, consider turning off Wi-Fi and plugging into a router with a LAN cable.

Step 4. Perform a system restore and install KB3200970 again 

1. Type System Restore into the search bar to access System Restore
2. Select Create a restore point to go to System Protection in the System Properties window. 
3. Pick an appropriate point to revert to. 
4. After system restore, try installing KB3200970 updates again as normal

Methods 3. Fix KB3200970 fails to install in other situations

If you suffered KB3200970 fails to install via Windows Update in other situations, try to download and install KB3200970 via Media Creation Tool or direct download links to find a fix. 

To download and install KB3200970 with media creation tool

1. Download the Media Creation Tools from Microsoft. 
2. Double-click the MediaCreationTool.exe to launch the tool. Follow the steps until you get to Windows 10 Setup. 
3. Select Upgrade this PC now.
4. Choose Keep my files, settings, and apps (everything).
5. Let it finish KB3200970 installing (about 20 minutes).

To download and install KB3200970 via direct download links

Download Windows 10 14393.447 (KB3200970) x64 
Download Windows 10 14393.447 (KB3200970) x86