How to fix Windows 10 0xc1900223 error codeVevo Digital
You may see the Windows 10 0xc1900223 error code when installing a feature update, try the steps below to fix the problem.
- Windows Update Troubleshooter
Open the Windows Settings using Win+I Shortcut key.
On the Settings page, select Updates & Security > Troubleshoot > Additional troubleshooters.
Now select Windows Updates Troubleshooter from this list and run it.
Once it completes the process, restart your computer and check for the error issue.
- Media Creation Tool
To get it started, navigate to the Microsoft download page and then click on the Download Tool Now buttons, available under Create Windows 10 installation media section.
Now go to the download location and double click on the executable. During this, if UAC prompts on the screen, click Yes to grant administrative privileges.
Run the Media Creation Tool on your computer and then choose to Upgrade this PC now.
Next, follow the on-screen instructions to continue the process. Please note that this will save your files, apps, and most settings in place.
Once you complete the operation, restart your computer and check if this method fixed the issue.
- Disable VPN software
If you are using VPN software, there may be a high possibility of occurring this error message. So, in that case, disable your VPN connection and then reboot your computer. Once it starts up, try to install the Windows Update again and check if it solves the problem.
- Flush the DNS cache
First of all, click on the Start button and type command prompt.
Right-click on the Command Prompt and select Run as administrator.
If UAC prompts on the screen, click on the Yes button to grant administrative privileges.
In the command prompt window, type the below text code and hit enter after each one:
ipconfig /flushdns ipconfig /registerdns ipconfig /release ipconfig /renew
After the successful execution of the above commands, restart your system and check if the problem is solved now.
- Perform DISM and SFC tools
To get it started, open an elevated Command Prompt first.
Once it opens, type in the below command-line and then hit enter to execute it:
After the successful SFC scan, restart your Windows device to apply the changes.
Thereafter, you would need to repair the Windows system files by running the DISM (Deployment Image Servicing and Management) tool. Here is how to do it:
Open the elevated Command Prompt window again and input the following text code, hitting enter after each line:
Dism.exe /online /cleanup-image /scanhealth
Dism.exe /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth
After running the process, reboot your device and check if the problem still exists.