Fix: Windows Update error C1900107

Error C1900107 is a windows update error. This error may also come up during the upgrade of Windows 10. It usually occurs when another process interferes with the install/upgrade/update progress.

However, this can be easily resolved with the methods listed below.

This guide is aimed at Windows 10 but this method also works on Windows 8 and 8.1.

In order to fix this issue; please follow these steps.

Method 1: Clean boot your system

1. Hold windows key and press R

2. Type  msconfig and Click OK

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3. A system configuration window will open up.

a) Click the Services Tab and put a check on Hide All Microsoft Services

b) Then  put a check on Disable All

4. Click Apply/OK and reboot your system.

After your system restarts, test the upgrade/update again.

If it still won’t work; then proceed to Method 2:

Method 2: wuauclt

1. Click the Start button

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2. Type cmd then right click cmd and select run as administrator

3. In the black command prompt window, type  wuauclt.exe /updatenow

4. If this command doesn’t works at once; try it at least 3 times. This should kick start the update process.

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Fix: Windows Update error C1900107

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