Microsoft Released patch update KB4467702 (OS Build 17134.407) for devices running Windows 10 April 2018 Update, That addresses problems with Windows 10 search, Microsoft Edge, spell checker in a multi-monitor setup, mouse & keyboard, login, Task Scheduler, and a lot more. But as Windows 10 cumulative updates have a long history of failed installs, now a number of users report difficulty to install this update As previously users report KB4467702 update fails to install with error 0x800f0900. Now A new issue (same updates install Again And Again) users report on Microsoft forum:
Windows 10 Update Infinite Loop
I’m in the infinite loop of the Windows 10 version 1803 update. It always tells me to reboot to install and then it fails to install, only to repeat over and over and over. How do I get out of this loop??
Many users complain that cumulative update KB4467702 pushes their systems into an infinite reboot loop after the first install. Specifically, even though KB4467702 is listed as successfully installed, the update is once again downloaded and Windows Update requires a reboot to complete the process. The same thing happens over and over again, despite KB4467702 seemingly installed correctly every time.
There are a various reason the cause windows 10 to install same updates again and again but corrupted windows update Database ( Software distribution folder – Where windows temporarily download updates before applying them to the system ) is the most common reason behind this problem. And almost every users marked reset the update components as the Working solution to fix windows 10 update infinite loop.
Fix Windows 10 Infinite Boot Loop
Microsoft has acknowledged that the issue still persists with a number of Windows 10 users and are currently looking into it. Many of the OS users have resolved the Windows 10 infinite Boot loop by rebooting the Windows Update service.
But for them who still looking for solutions to fix windows 10 Infinite boot loop open command prompt as administrator And perform command below one by one.
net stop wuauserv
net stop cryptSvc
net stop bits
net stop msiserver
Ren C: \ Windows \ SoftwareDistribution SoftwareDistribution.old
Ren C: \ Windows \ System32 \ catroot2 Catroot2.old
net start wuauserv
net start cryptSvc
net start bits
net start msiserver
Note: These commands will first Stop windows update service and its related services. Then rename the SoftwareDistribution folder to SoftwareDistribution.old ( Where windows store update files If any files in this folder get corrupted this may cause windows updates fails to install. ) After that restart the windows update and its related services.
After clear Buggy update files simply run the windows update troubleshooter to check and fix if any other problem prevents windows update to download and install. To Run the update troubleshooter.
- Press on the Win + I on the keyboard. It will open the Settings window.
- Now, Go to Update & Security > Troubleshoot.
- Find Windows update and click on it and then click on run the troubleshooter.
- Then, Follow onscreen instructions and finish the process.
Wait few minutes and let windows update troubleshooter Diagnose and fix the problems if there any. Then restart windows to take effect the changes.
Also Temporarily Disable security Software ( antivirus ) if installed,
Run System file checker utility to check and make sure corrupted, missing system files not causing windows updates to install again and again.
Sometimes third party applications also cause windows updates to fail to install or install same windows update again and again. Start windows into clean boot state to check and identify if any third party application causing the issue.
That’s all now again open windows settings (windows + I), Click on Update & Security then select windows update and check for updates. And I am sure this time you will get succeed.
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