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How to Update Windows 10 System Reserved Partition

How to Update Windows 10 System Reserved Partition

How to Update Windows 10 System Reserved PartitionHow to Update Windows 10 System Reserved Partition- The Craze of Windows 10 is still going. The latest version is v1803. While updating Windows 10 it might happen that we won’t be able to do it in Perfection. There is high probability of getting errors like “Windows can’t update the Systems reserved partition” with error code 0x800f0922 etc.

Why windows can’t update the systems reserved partition.

There is high probability of having full partition area. Usually SRP (System Reserved Partitioned) is a very small memory area in user’s hard drive and is usually designed to store boot information.

Not only this, but after prolong use security apps might write to SRP and leads to failure in Memory storage. A better solution is to free up the SRP Space.

How to Solve SRP memory status failure.

There is high risk in this issue as user is going to work on Systems Reserved Boot Partitioned Area. Firstly we need to free at least 15mb space and then try to upgrade it. If we are updating windows 10 then we need atleast 13mb space to follow the desired work.

Press win+R and type diskmgmt.msc and go through it. Now click on Disk 0 that holds the SRP space and select the desired feature. In the partition style GUID Partition Table (GPT) or Master Boot Record we can select any of our desired.

Solution with GPT Partition.

Open CMD and run it as administrator. Change the current status to Y drive by typing Y: and enter it. Now type cd EFI\Microsoft\Boot\Fonts. After that click on Del “.” to delete font files. If certain commands is required by user system then press yes or Y.

Solution with MBR partition.

Open the CMD and enter the command. Takeown /dy / r/ f . We must conclude the word f with space else it won’t work.

Type whaami and press enter and record the username.

Icalcs. /grant <username>: F /t then type Y:\Boot\Fonts. To delete fonts file.

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