Windows 10: Windows 11 upgrade stuck at 48% and then reboot to revert everything with error 0x8007001f...

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  1. Windows 11 upgrade stuck at 48% and then reboot to revert everything with error 0x8007001f...


    I used an extracted iso file.

    :)
     
    bestat30fps, Nov 23, 2021
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  2. topgundcp Win User

    Upgrade Windows 7 to 10 Error 0x8007001f

    Windows 11 upgrade stuck at 48% and then reboot to revert everything with error 0x8007001f... [​IMG]

    The partition layout of disk 0 (shown as disk 1 in Partition Manager) is non standard and was customized by the manufacturer. A normal Win 7 installation will have a layout:
    1. 100MB System Reserved, NTFS format and marked as Active
    2. C drive.
    A normal Windows 10 installation will have:
    1. 550MB Reserved partition, NTFS format and marked as Active
    2. C drive.
    Since you know how to use Minitool Partition Manager. Suggest to use it:
    1. Create a bootable installation USB from the Windows ISO using: Rufus - Create bootable USB drives the easy way
    2. Delete the 1st 2 partitions (102MB, 15GB) then create a 550MB partition, format as NTFS, label "System Reserved", assign a letter R, mark as Active
    3. Move C drive next to the newly created 550MB. should look like the screen shot below, note H: drive should be C: in your case:

      Windows 11 upgrade stuck at 48% and then reboot to revert everything with error 0x8007001f... [​IMG]
    4. Boot up the USB created in step 1, on the first screen, press SHIFT+F10 to open the Admin command prompt then type:
      bcdboot C:\Windows /s R: /f BIOS =====> This will create the BCD to boot Windows and store in R: (550MB partition)
    5. Reboot the PC then try to upgrade again
    NOTE: It is advisable to create a backup image of the whole disk 0, just in case anything goes wrong then you can restore back before making any modification.
    To create a backup image Use:
    Macrium Reflect Free Edition x64
    Macrium Reflect Free Edition x86
     
    topgundcp, Nov 23, 2021
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  3. JakeWell Win User
    Can't Upgrade, Error 0x8007001F - 0x2006 and more, Stuck on 1709

    Hello, for the past year my brother's computer has been stuck on Windows 10 Ver. 1709 (Build 16299.371) and I haven't paid much attention to the issue until recently this month.

    I've been trying to upgrade to 1803/1809 but been unable to due to Windows Update failing with this issue:
    "A current driver on your PC may be better than the driver we're trying to install. We'll keep trying to install."


    Windows 11 upgrade stuck at 48% and then reboot to revert everything with error 0x8007001f... [​IMG]


    The problem is that all my drivers are up-to-date and the update that's trying to install:
    "Feature Update to Windows 10, version 1803 x64 05-05B"

    Always fail, with the installed attempts error in my update history being error 0x80240034 as shown below.


    Windows 11 upgrade stuck at 48% and then reboot to revert everything with error 0x8007001f... [​IMG]


    Windows Update isn't completely broken though as it installs other updates like definition updates to windows defender fine. Though only this one feature/cumulative update fails and I'm out of options on what to do.

    I tried about everything I can to fix this issue ranging from uninstalling some of my drivers (audio, wifi, bluetooth) and updating them through Windows Update, downloading windows 10 official update assistance and media creation tool both failing. The main error being from the media creation tool (both upgrade and through iso) being error 0x8007001F - 0x2006 as shown below:


    Windows 11 upgrade stuck at 48% and then reboot to revert everything with error 0x8007001f... [​IMG]


    I tried sfc /scannow multiple times with no error/corruption found, DISM Online CleanupImage RestoreHealth which also completed 100% with no error/corruption found, and even chkdsk (at boot) which found nothing wrong with my drive.

    I tried even using the WUMT (Windows Update MiniTool) to see if I can download and update the broken update but it also didn't work, giving me a failure to download: 0x80240022 error. Looking in the logs showed that when attempting to download the update, it kept on giving "404" errors.

    Indeed I'm at a loss on what to do which is why I'm on here to ask for help.

    Also lastly, I don't know why but the "Turn Windows features on or off" appears blank:


    Windows 11 upgrade stuck at 48% and then reboot to revert everything with error 0x8007001f... [​IMG]


    I already went into services and turned "Windows Module Installer" to automatic and start it up
    but the features window still appeared blank after starting it. That and it reverts to manual after
    every restart (though I read online that's normal and probably resets itself to manual by TiWorker? I personally don't know.)

    The computer I'm using is an ASUS Desktop M11BB Computer that my brother brought online
    back in 2017 which came with Windows 10 Pre-installed. I've updated my profile with the specs of
    the computer in case you need to know whats in it. (I don't know all the specs but I believe the more important specs are enough).

    I'm going to do everything to help upgrade windows to the newest version...hopefully.
     
    JakeWell, Nov 23, 2021
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  4. Riel Alc Win User

    Windows 11 upgrade stuck at 48% and then reboot to revert everything with error 0x8007001f...

    I can not update to windows creators (error code 0x8007001f)

    Hi,

    Based on the logs you've provided, it seems that one of the possible cause why you cannot install Windows 10 Creators Update is your antivirus. In the meantime, we suggest disabling your antivirus, then try to install the update again.

    You may also check the following threads for more troubleshooting steps:


    We would appreciate an update about how it went.
     
    Riel Alc, Nov 23, 2021
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