Windows 10 error code 0x8007000d indicates that there is a file missing in your Operating System. It resists your system to get updates. Because of this error code, you may not be able to install any updates on your system drivers and as well as the Operating System. This is a very frustrating condition when an update is available, but you are not able to download and install it in your system.
You will see this 0x8007000d error code at the time when you are trying to update your Windows Operating system. If you are a Windows 10 user, then you have the habit of getting the updates installed on its own. But if this error code affects your system then you might not be able to get any updates though if you are a Windows 10 user. Here in this article, you will get the possible methods to resolve this problem.
You can follow the below ways one after another until you get the solution to resolve this error code.
It is a default program which is present in all the Windows Operating System. If this 0x8007000d error code pop-ups in your system while installing a specific driver, then you may be able to solve this by using the Compatibility Troubleshooter with that driver. Try these below procedures to resolve this issue.
At first, you need to open the File Explorer and hold the Windows key and press the letter E at the same time. Then go to the driver setup folder which you are not able to install in your system. Now right click on the setup file and choose the Troubleshoot Compatibility option. Under this Program Compatibility Troubleshooter, select Troubleshoot Program. Then in this new opening window, you need to choose the programs, those in which you are experiencing the driver related issues. After that click on the “Next” option. Then choose an older version of Windows where this driver may work. Now select on the Next option and click on ‘Test the program’ option. Further, you need to run the setup as you normally do. If this works then save these settings for this program. Otherwise, try the next ways to resolve.
To solve this updating issue, you may use this DISM tool, which is a default tool for all Windows Operating System.
At first, you need to press the Windows key along with the letter X at the same time. Then select the Command Prompt (Admin) from the available options. Now in the Command Prompt window type “dism.exe /online /cleanup-image /scanhealth” and then hit on the Enter button to execute the command. After this command gets executed then again type”dism.exe /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth” and hit the Enter button to execute it. The executing time of this command will be more. Wait until it gets over. After, that you can close the Command Prompt by hitting the red cross button which is at the top of this Command Prompt window.
Manually resetting can also be able to solve this problem. Follow the steps below to proceed with this process.
Initially, you need to press the Windows key along with the letter X at the same time. Then choose on the Command Prompt (Admin) option from this window. And then type “net stop bits/ net stop wuauserv/ net stop appidsvc/ net stop cryptsvc”, in place of “/” keep hitting the Enter button. You can also copy the command from here and follow the process. At last, click on the Enter button again. But make sure don’t make any typing mistake in the command box because it may cause more problem than the present scenario. Next, you should delete the qmgr*.dat command. Then you will be still in the Command Prompt window. Write in another command to go to the System32 folder, in this place you need to reregister the BITS files, and even the Windows Update files. Enter this “cd/d%windir%\system32” command and press on Enter to execute this command. Next, you have to enter a bunch of commands and to execute those press Enter after those.
The commands are like
regsvr32.exe urlmon.dll … “
After executing these commands type netsh winsock reset and then again hit on entering to reset Winsock. Next, write netsh winhttp reset proxy and tap on entering to reboot the Proxy.
After this long process finally you can be able to restart your computer. Now you will see that the problem will be solved.
By following these the above ways, you can be able to solve this Windows 10 error code 0x8007000d issue on your own. After that, you can be able to update your Windows operating system and its drivers to meet your requirements.