Updating 2016 desktop windows 98
Windows 10 has actually streamlined the update process, so you should be seeing fewer errors.Microsoft feels your pain: it knows the update process can cause problems every now and again, which is why it's developed a troubleshooter program specifically for it – search the old Control Panel for "troubleshooting", then select 'Fix problems with Windows Update' from the list on-screen.Sometimes you'll just get a message telling you to try the update again at a different time.If you click 'Advanced options' and then 'View your update history', you can see recently installed updates that were successful, and uninstall some or all of them – again, this can be a handy troubleshooting option.The process doesn't affect your personal files or programs, but it may not be available to you depending on how Windows was originally set up.If Windows' own troubleshooter doesn't work (see step 4) then you can try and carry out the same process yourself manually: stopping the Windows Update service, deleting the temporary files it's created, then starting Windows Update again.
Back in Windows proper, navigate to the C:\ Windows\ Software Distribution folder, and delete everything you find therein.
It's a little more involved, but it's not difficult to do.
First, boot up into Safe Mode (see step 5), then access to the command prompt, the most basic of Windows interfaces: right-click on the Start menu, choose Command Prompt (Admin), and a text box should appear.
Go through the wizard, then choose 'Show more restore points' to see all your available options.
Pick a time and date, then complete the wizard to go back to how Windows was configured at that point (and hopefully solve your update issues at the same time).