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How To Fix Error Code Oxc1900107 In Windows 10

How to fix error code Oxc1900107 in Windows 10

How to fix error code Oxc1900107 in Windows 10

Error code Oxc1900107 in Windows 10 – We need to update Windows regularly in our PC/Laptops. This is so to welcome latest release by Microsoft. Being a tech savvy or businessman, they need these update files to enrol best work. There are different types of Windows update that we have seen earlier. If you wish to know about them Click here. But in this article we are talking about an error code seen on PCs, Oxc1900107. Generally update files are downloaded first. After downloading it get installed. The changes can only be seen when we restart Windows.

Similarly, when Windows are upgrading to next version and unfortunately, it faces any of the two scenes,

  • Previous installation still pending
  • System need restart to continue upgrade

As a result it shows such an error code Oxc1900107. This sort of error can be resolved in three important steps explained below.

  • Restart PC to Complete previous pending updates

In this situation system does not show you Shutdown option. It shows options like Update and shut down & Update and restart after clicking the Power icon. It signifies us about pending updates. So restart the PC to complete update. It will take few minutes to complete. If every thing goes normal then pending updates are resolved. Else look for the next step given below.

How to fix error code Oxc1900107 in Windows 10

  • Free up Space in Hard drive

The real motto of freeing up space is to remove temporary files, Recycle Bin files and download folder files. Before deleting files in download folder make sure any important file is not deleted. There are two ways to free up space in hard drive.

  1. Disk Clean Up utility

Go to search bar and type Disk Cleanup. Then click on Disk Cleanup app shown in the list. Select the drive. Go to Temporary Internet Files & Click on OK. Now click on “Delete files”. Now the Cleanup app will do the rest work.

  1. Clear all manually

Go to Start menu and open Settings. Then Click on “System”. Navigate to Storage option. Select the drive to free up space (eg. C:/). Here you will all options to delete any particular files (say temporary files, downloads folder, empty recycle bin etc.). So, select the particular file and empty it.

  • Run Windows Update Troubleshooter

If any of the above does not solve the issue perform Windows Update Troubleshooting. Just type Settings in the search bar. When Settings Windows is open, click on Update and Security followed by Troubleshoot. Now click on Windows update. There is option to “Run the troubleshooter“. Click and complete the process.

Hope this article helps you lot!

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