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Error 0x800f0922 appears in the latest update of Windows 10

Recently the arrival of the KB5003173 update was confirmed. It brings the system up to version 19042.985. In addition, we always recommend keeping the system up to date. However, sometimes errors do occur. And this time was no exception. Since some users have reported the appearance of problems. Specifically, the error 0x800f0922 appears in the latest update of Windows 10.

How to fix 0x800f0922 error in Windows 10.

Patch KB5003173 was released on May 11. It is well known that it is part of the release known as Patch Tuesday. Well, apparently the 0x800f0922 error is related to Microsoft Edge. Specifically, it seems to be affecting users who manually deleted the new Edge in Windows 10. Therefore, when trying to install the KB5003173 update, it also attempts to install Edge. However, the process is hindered by noticing that the folder C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Edge is empty. Consequently, Windows stops the update, throwing error 0x800f0922.

To fix the error, please follow the steps below:

  • Access the local disk C: from the file explorer.
  • Open the Program Files (x86) folder
  • Locate and delete the Edge folder.
  • Restart the computer.
Delete the Edge folder.
Delete the Edge folder.

If the error still persists, then download and install Edge from its official website. After that, you should have no problem getting the KB5003173 update. This error affects very few users. Since the range reaches those who have made a specific action. As it is to remove the preinstalled web browser from Windows 10. Therefore, this time the error is not generalized. So it is convenient to keep the computer fully updated. You knew it here first, Error 0x800f0922 appears in the latest update of Windows 10. We continue to move forward through the Windows 10 updates. We are awaiting the long-awaited Windows 10 Sun Valley. Since it will be the biggest update of the system since its arrival. See you soon!

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