Windows Fail Creators Update – [En]

Although very few users actually stated that there have been improvements after updating it, I named the update in the title this, because the following may occur when you make an attempt at it:

      Critical/Severe Bugs:

Missing files during installation generates the 0x80073712 error message while trying to install the Windows 10 Fail Creators Update. Great. An installer that does not have the files needed to complete itself.

Critical driver not compatible: 0x800F0923 error message indicates that an app or driver isn’t compatible with the upgrade process. Or so they say. Usually, it’s the graphics driver. In order to declare some older video cards as ‘incompatible’, W10 removes the latest official driver and install a less functional one.

General installation errors: Error: We couldn’t complete the updates. Undoing changes. Don’t turn off your computer. / Error: Failure configuring Windows Updates. Reverting changes.
These errors are general messages that usually appear as you try to install a “quality update” as well as during a “feature update”.

Your installation may not re-activate Windows activate after the update and you will see the Windows not activated message with a 0x803F7001 error in the Settings app.

During the upgrade process, when the computer reboots to continue the installation, suddenly the 0xc00000bb error message may appear. This apparently is caused in some ASUS MBs in combination with Samsung SSDs.

BKSOD – As you go through the upgrade process or after installing the Windows 10 Fail Creators Update, there is a chance that you may end up with a black screen.

During the upgrade process to, the installation starts and after the device reboots, users may get a black screen with loading animation. The installation never completes.

On Windows Central, sometimes the 0x80070490 – 0x20003 error can occur when trying to upgrade to the Windows 10 Fail Creators Update using the Media Creation Tool, which causes the process to roll back to the previous version.

Windows 10 Fail Creators Update also installs a new version of Microsoft Edge that includes a number of ‘stuff’. However, users may constantly experience Microsoft Edge freezes while browsing the web.

You may get that your system does not meet the minimum requirements (0xC1900200 – 0x20008, 0xC1900202 – 0x20008) even if it does.

Windows 10 Fail Creators Update may declare your apps incompatible, generating the 0xC1900208 – 0x4000C error message, preventing the upgrade to complete successfully.

Windows 10 Fail Creators Update may break drivers, resulting in one of the following erros: 0xC1900101 – 0x20004; 0xC1900101 – 0x20017; 0xC1900101 – 0x2000c; 0xC1900101 – 0x30018; 0xC1900101 – 0x3000D; 0xC1900101 – 0x4000D; 0xC1900101 – 0x40017 (or other 0xC1900101 – errors).

Installation may fail due to lack of space and you will get an error similar to: 0x80070070 – 0x50011, 0x80070070 – 0x50012, 0x80070070 – 0x60000, 0x80070070. 0x80070008.

If you’re using a USB bootable media to do an in-place upgrade / clean installation with the Windows 10 Fail Creators update, the installation may fail due to it being unable to read the files on the installation media.

      Other Average Bugs:

After shutting down or restarting a device certain apps will reopen automatically during login with the Windows 10 Fail Creators Update.

If you were a participant in the Windows Insider Program and you upgraded to the Windows 10 Fail Creators Update using the latest preview, you may experience syncing problems with the Mail app or adding a new email account.

After installing the Fail Creators Update, some users have been reporting problems with the Microsoft Store app. In the Feedback Hub app, users are saying that the Store will no longer start correctly showing a “Something bad happened – Unknown layout specified in manifest” error message.

After ‘successfully’ upgrading to the Windows 10 Fail Creators Update, there is a chance that you may not be able to connect to the internet, or you may experience a very slow connection using a Wi-Fi or Ethernet adapter.

After upgrading to the Windows 10 Fail Creators Update, a number of users have been reporting a few problems with the Start menu. Users have been complaining about app icons and Live Tiles are missing, and even doing a search icons won’t come up in the result, but apps are still installed and working. Also, a few other people have said that the Start menu is simply not working after installing version 1709.

After installing the Windows 10 Fail Creators Update, you may notice in the Start menu, more specifically in the All apps list that one more app entries show up with the “ms-source:AppDisplayName”.

After installing the Windows 10 Fail Creators Update, every time you start your device the touch keyboard may automatically appear on-screen after signing in.

Starting with the Fail Creators Update, Windows 10 introduces native support for emoji but only for the US. for the rest… nothing. But you can bypass-get them if you really want.

OneDrive File On-Demand (new feature included with the Windows 10 Fail Creators Update) may be missing.

Trying to use the Media Creation Tool to upgrade to the latest release of Windows 10, may stuck your system at trying to download updates before the installation begins.

Error 0x80190001 may occur when trying to download the new feature update using Windows Update.

During the installation process of a new update, you may get an error that will prevent Windows Update from installing the latest version.

Error 0x800F0922 may occur, if communication with Microsoft update servers has a problem, or if there is not enough available space in the System Reserved partition.

Most of the above are fixable… but still… too much can go wrong.

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