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I have problems with Windows Update on my Windows 10 pro, can someone help?

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When I click ''search for updates'', my PC downloads it and when it wants to shut off and turn on again, i let it. And then I get this message: ''Removing changes done to your PC''. So when I try to download the update version 2004 on my Windows 10 Pro, at the end of the install it says that message. I don't know why it would cancel an update by itself.. I'm currently on version 1909 still. My first guess is that it doesn't have enough space, so I do my best to free up as many ''junk'' as possible. I tried again and again but it still keep yelling at me: ''Removing changes done to your PC''  ! I am sad I don't know what it is. 😞 

This is sad beacause I am a very big fan of Microsoft and Windows 10 Software.

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@Vedran_Tonković Note: Please ensure the complete product name/number for a quicker response from the community, as we need to know what we are dealing with to provide an accurate solution: Click here for steps on finding the information we need!

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Perhaps, it's cancelling as there's no free space left in your device, did you check if that's the issue? Also, is there any specific reason you wish to update your device? do you have any other that needs the update to fix it as such? Please elaborate.


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