Microsoft Windows 10 was announced on July, 2015 as a Final Build. Windows 7 and Windows 8 users started rushing towards upgrading their PC’s to the latest OS. Although, Microsoft promised a smooth Windows 10 up-gradation process but a huge number of users don’t find it going well. They are facing a lot of problems and errors while trying to upgrade.
One of those errors is 80200053; that is received after the Windows upgrade process fails due to some reason. It also states that Windows Update encountered an unknown error. So, it prompts users to restart the process which one the other hand, also fails. So, users are demanding some working solutions in order to move to Windows 10 safely.
Reasons Behind the Windows 10 Upgrade Failed Error 80200053:
This error can occur due to corrupted files in Windows Update folder. On the other hand, some security softwares can also be causing conflicts with the upgrade process. So, you can fix these issues by following the instructions coming onwards.
Solutions to Fix the Windows 10 Upgrade Failed Error 80200053:
To fix this hefty issue with your Windows 10 up-gradation process, just follow the methods mentioned below.
Method # 1: Running Windows Update Troubleshooter
Windows update troubleshooter is an application built by Microsoft to help the users fix the update related issues without any hindrance. To run this, follow the instructions below.
1. Download the Windows update troubleshooter and run it as administrator.
2. After running it as administrator, it will prompt you to fix the update related problems. Click on the Next button to let it detect the problems.
3. After the problem is detected, it will fix the problem automatically and let you know the results afterwards. Close the troubleshooter, run the upgrade process again and let us know if it fixes this problem or not. If it doesn’t, then move to the next method.
Method # 2: Using Media Creation Tool
Windows Media Creation Tool is one of the most efficient tools to upgrade Windows. You can use this tool if you get this error while upgrading to Windows 10. Follow the steps to below to upgrade.
1. Download the Windows Media Creation Tool if you are using 32-bit of Windows. If you are using 64-bit OS, then you should download the 64-bit version of Windows Media Creation Tool.
2. After it is downloaded, open it as administrator and you will find two options to select from. One of those options will be Upgrade this PC Now and the other one will be Create installation media for another PC. If, you want to want this tool to upgrade your PC automatically, then you should select the first option i.e. Upgrade this PC Now. Click Next to start the process.
On the other hand, you can also download the ISO file by selecting the second option inside the media creation tool. It will ask you to choose the USB flash drive or ISO file. I will prefer to choose ISO file to download it independently. After selecting and hitting Next button, the tool will prompt you to choose the location of the downloaded ISO file. After it is downloaded, you can run the setup independently by mounting the ISO and double clicking on the Setup file.