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You should get a similar result as the following from the command prompt.

 

C:\>reg query "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Net Framework Setup\NDP\v4" /s

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Net Framework Setup\NDP\v4\Client
    CBS    REG_DWORD    0x1
    Install    REG_DWORD    0x1
    InstallPath    REG_SZ    C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework64\v4.0.30319\
    Release    REG_DWORD    0x80ff4
    Servicing    REG_DWORD    0x0
    TargetVersion    REG_SZ    4.0.0
    Version    REG_SZ    4.8.04084

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Net Framework Setup\NDP\v4\Client\1033
    CBS    REG_DWORD    0x1
    Install    REG_DWORD    0x1
    Release    REG_DWORD    0x80ff4
    Servicing    REG_DWORD    0x0
    TargetVersion    REG_SZ    4.0.0
    Version    REG_SZ    4.8.04084

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Net Framework Setup\NDP\v4\Full
    CBS    REG_DWORD    0x1
    Install    REG_DWORD    0x1
    InstallPath    REG_SZ    C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework64\v4.0.30319\
    Release    REG_DWORD    0x80ff4
    Servicing    REG_DWORD    0x0
    TargetVersion    REG_SZ    4.0.0
    Version    REG_SZ    4.8.04084

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Net Framework Setup\NDP\v4\Full\1033
    CBS    REG_DWORD    0x1
    Install    REG_DWORD    0x1
    Release    REG_DWORD    0x80ff4
    Servicing    REG_DWORD    0x0
    TargetVersion    REG_SZ    4.0.0
    Version    REG_SZ    4.8.04084

 

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8 minutes ago, AdvancedSetup said:

Yes, please go ahead and run SetupDiag then post back the log as requested

 

I launched the SetupDiag, clicked yes when it asked me and then the command prompt appeared for a second and disappeared. The results are: config and a blank file. Should I try running it as an administrator?

Edit: running as an administrator didn't change anything

SetupDiag_1-lip-2021.log

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2 hours ago, AdvancedSetup said:

Please check and upload the log again. The one you attached is blank with nothing in it.

 

That's exactly the problem. The log file is blank and the tool closes itself after a second after running it. It happens every time I try to launch it. I've noticed that some options on the pc are blocked and it says that my organization has to change it (it was like that from the very beginning). However, I'm not a part of any organization (The Windows's version is Education). I've asked Microsoft support about this and they recommended using "dism /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth" command if I wanted to change it. Should I try it? Maybe there is a connection between this and the fact that the SetupDiag doesn't work?

I tried rebooting the PC. After the reboot a notification showed up saying that Windows's Security Center is turned off, click here to turn it on. I clicked and the notification disappeared. What could have happened?

The number of the error in the update is x80070003. Some advice on Microsoft forums said to run a Windows Update Troubleshooter. I will try it while waiting for Your answer.

Edit: The troubleshooter has finished its work and there is a notification that it made some changes in the system and I should try to update now. But again, it didn't work, update is still not installed.  I'll paste the report. What is "System.Management.Automation.RemoteException"?

Windows Update

Szczegóły wydawcy

Znalezione problemy

Sprawdź, czy występują problemy z usługą Windows Update

Sprawdź, czy występują problemy z usługą Windows Update

Wykrywa problemy związane z usługą Windows Update.

Wykryty

Rozwiąż problemy z Windows Update

Ukończono

Potencjalne problemy, które zostały sprawdzone

Brakuje niektórych ustawień zabezpieczeń lub zostały one zmienione

Brakuje niektórych ustawień zabezpieczeń lub zostały one zmienione

Problem nie występuje

Sprawdzanie pod kątem brakujących lub uszkodzonych plików

Sprawdzanie pod kątem brakujących lub uszkodzonych plików

Problem nie występuje

Brakuje rejestracji usługi lub jest ona uszkodzona

Brakuje rejestracji usługi lub jest ona uszkodzona

Problem nie występuje

Znalezione problemy

Szczegóły wykrywania

6

Sprawdź, czy występują problemy z usługą Windows Update

Wykryty

Wykrywa problemy związane z usługą Windows Update.

Rozwiąż problemy z Windows Update

Ukończono

Rozwiązuje typowe problemy z usługą Windows Update.

WaaSMedicService

Problemy skorygowane przez:AutomaticCorruptionRepairPlugin

Potencjalne problemy, które zostały sprawdzone

Szczegóły wykrywaniaBrakuje niektórych ustawień zabezpieczeń lub zostały one zmienione

Problem nie występuje

Sprawdzanie pod kątem brakujących lub uszkodzonych plików

Problem nie występuje

Brakuje rejestracji usługi lub jest ona uszkodzona

Problem nie występuje

Szczegóły wykrywania

IsPostback_RC_PendingUpdates

IsPostback: False

WaaSMedicService

Problem znaleziony przez:AutomaticCorruptionRepairPlugin

IsPostback_RC_PendingUpdates

IsPostback: True

Service Status

Problem z usługą BITS: Żądana usługa została już uruchomiona. System.Management.Automation.RemoteException Dostępne są dalsze informacje Pomocy; aby je uzyskać, wpisz NET HELPMSG 2182. System.Management.Automation.RemoteException

Service Status

Problem z usługą BITS: Żądana usługa została już uruchomiona. System.Management.Automation.RemoteException Dostępne są dalsze informacje Pomocy; aby je uzyskać, wpisz NET HELPMSG 2182. System.Management.Automation.RemoteException

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Nazwa komputera:DESKTOP-FE68QUT

Wersja systemu Windows:

10.0

Architektura:

x64

Godzina:

czwartek, 1 lipca 2021 23:49:45

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We already ran the command before but we can try again.

Please open an elevated admin command prompt and type in the following, or copy/paste it and then press the Enter key

SFC  /SCANNOW 

Post back what that says

Then run the following

DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-Image /ScanHealth

Then post back what that says @Manaphy0220

 

 

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@AdvancedSetup

The results are down below. So the results of the Windows Update Troubleshooter don't say anything?

What should I do now? Is it the time for a repair install? There is also a command "restore health", isn't it? Could it help?

Also: Can I use the pc before the issue is solved (if it takes more time)? I mean like playing games, logging in to some services etc.

 

Microsoft Windows [Version 10.0.19043.1052]
(c) Microsoft Corporation. Wszelkie prawa zastrzeżone.

C:\Windows\system32>SFC  /SCANNOW

Beginning system scan.  This process will take some time.

Beginning verification phase of system scan.
Verification 100% complete.

Windows Resource Protection did not find any integrity violations.

C:\Windows\system32>DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-Image /ScanHealth

Deployment Image Servicing and Management tool
Version: 10.0.19041.844

Image Version: 10.0.19043.1052

[==========================100.0%==========================] No component store corruption detected.
The operation completed successfully.

C:\Windows\system32>

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SFC did not find anything wrong. That's a good thing

DISM did not find anything wrong. That's a good thing

 

Please restart you computer.

Then exit out of Malwarebytes if it's running.

Then open Windows Defender and disable real-time protection for now.

Then open an Elevated Admin command prompt again and change directory to the SetupDiag folder.

Typically like this:  CD \    then press the Enter key

CD SetupDiag

You should now end up in this folder:  C:\SetupDiag>

 

Delete any files there except for SetupDiag.exe

Then type in the word SetupDiag.exe and press the Enter key. It can take an hour or more possibly to complete the task. Please do not shut off the computer or use it to do anything else. Let the tool run and take a break.

 

 

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11 hours ago, AdvancedSetup said:

SFC did not find anything wrong. That's a good thing

DISM did not find anything wrong. That's a good thing

 

Please restart you computer.

Then exit out of Malwarebytes if it's running.

Then open Windows Defender and disable real-time protection for now.

Then open an Elevated Admin command prompt again and change directory to the SetupDiag folder.

Typically like this:  CD \    then press the Enter key

CD SetupDiag

You should now end up in this folder:  C:\SetupDiag>

 

Delete any files there except for SetupDiag.exe

Then type in the word SetupDiag.exe and press the Enter key. It can take an hour or more possibly to complete the task. Please do not shut off the computer or use it to do anything else. Let the tool run and take a break.

 

 

I'm not sure I understand the last part. 

I download SetupDiag from Your link again then put it in a new folder in C:. Next I open the CMD window and type CD SetupDiag in there and press enter. Then I write SetupDiag.exe in the command prompt (cmd) and Press enter? Is that right? @AdvancedSetup

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You don't need to download SetupDiag again.

Just open an elevated Admin command prompt. Which normally opens to C:\Windows\System32

In order to get where you need to be you need to change directory and that is done by using the following command

 

cd  c:\setupdiag

 

From there you type in the name of the program to run it SetupDiag and press the Enter key. It will run and take a while to run, be patient and let it do it's job

 

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34 minutes ago, AdvancedSetup said:

You don't need to download SetupDiag again.

Just open an elevated Admin command prompt. Which normally opens to C:\Windows\System32

In order to get where you need to be you need to change directory and that is done by using the following command

 

cd  c:\setupdiag

 

From there you type in the name of the program to run it SetupDiag and press the Enter key. It will run and take a while to run, be patient and let it do it's job

 

I deleted that SetupDiag as it wasn't working. I have to download it then, right? And place it in the folder SetupDiag in c: as I did before?

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6 minutes ago, AdvancedSetup said:

Yes, please go back and download it again and move it to the SetupDiag folder

SetupDiag download:  https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=870142

 

Okay, I will do it in a while and send You results once it's finished. 

There is no problem with security, right? I can use the PC when there is nothing going on with the repair? 

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Microsoft Windows [Version 10.0.19043.1052]
(c) Microsoft Corporation. Wszelkie prawa zastrzeżone.

C:\Windows\system32>cd c:\setupdiag

c:\SetupDiag>SetupDiag

SetupDiag v1.6.1.0
Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

Searching for setup logs...
SetupDiag was unable to find a relevant log file.  Exiting!

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I have most of the important data on Google Drive, only things that are not saved are games and programs downloaded after the installation. 

Btw. I've noticed that BITS is stopped in Msconfig. Could this be a problem? I've seen topics about Windows Update where they talked about BITS.

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Sorry, but Google Drive in my opinion is not a backup.

I would personally recommend the use of a cheap USB external drive and then back up your data. Even image the drive so that in case of an emergency you could recover in minutes instead of hours or days.

We already cleared BITS

I need to do a bit more research as we've done a lot of cleaning already. There are other things we can try but it's getting to the point that the time used isn't worth it. At this point backing up user data and format the drive and reinstall Windows might be faster and better.

 

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1 minute ago, AdvancedSetup said:

Sorry, but Google Drive in my opinion is not a backup.

I would personally recommend the use of a cheap USB external drive and then back up your data. Even image the drive so that in case of an emergency you could recover in minutes instead of hours or days.

We already cleared BITS

I need to do a bit more research as we've done a lot of cleaning already. There are other things we can try but it's getting to the point that the time used isn't worth it. At this point backing up user data and format the drive and reinstall Windows might be faster and better.

 

@AdvancedSetup

Mhm, so You think that I should do the format? Is it better to do that repair install or a clean installation of Windows?

I can use the pendrive that I've used before, right? 

I accidentaly clicked on the check icon but then I clicked again to revert it to the state it was before I did anything. There shouldn't be any problem then, right? When closing msconfig there was a notification that pc must be rebooted to imply changes (but there is no changes as the option is in the same state it was before). 

If I'm supposed to do a clean installation then I'll probably do it tomorrow or the day after tomorrow. Till then I can use the PC, can't I?

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Yes, a clean reinstall at this point would be the best option I think.

I would HIGHLY recommend following the advice from this guy. I don't agree with him about the Online account myself because I don't share or sync anything with any apps or other users. I have zero need or desire for an Online account. The rest of his article is very good.

Greg Carmack - MVP 2010-2020 -Clean Install Windows 10
https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10-windows_install/clean-install-windows-10/1c426bdf-79b1-4d42-be93-17378d93e587

How to Create a Local Account While Setting Up Windows 10
https://www.howtogeek.com/442792/how-to-create-a-local-account-while-setting-up-windows-10/

 

Make VERY sure you have everything you wanted backed up well though as once you follow the clean install directions you will not be able to recover any data from the drive.

 

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20 minutes ago, AdvancedSetup said:

Yes, if you're going to reinstall you can go ahead and use the computer now

 

I'll do as You suggest. If the clean installation is the most recommended option then I'll do it, I want the PC to be safe and working good.

But what about that BITS? Should it be stopped?  And there shouldn't be problem with the msconfig, right? As I turned it to the state it was before I accidentaly unckecked one option.

I will ask again about some options in Windows (whether they are better turned on or off) a bit later if it's not a problem. It would be helpful after the clean installation if You'll suggest it.

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