Windows Updates Stuck For More than 24 Hours

If you are supposed to update to Windows 10 Creators Update, but you find yourself stuck in the center of this procedure. No worries, it’s possible to fix. Here are 4 fixes that you try. You may not need to test them all; just work your way down until you find the one functions for you.

Step 1: Maintain Device Drivers Updated

This error can also be caused by an outdated, erroneous or corrupt system driver. You should confirm that all of your devices have the ideal driver, and then update those that don’t.

If you don’t have the time, patience or personal abilities windows update does not work your drivers, then you can do it with Driver Easy.
Driver Easy will certainly recognize your system and find the right drivers for this. You don’t have to know precisely what system your computer is operating, you do not need to risk downloading and installing the wrong driver, and you do not need to be worried about making a mistake when installing.

You can upgrade your drivers with either the FREE or the Guru version of Lock Easy. However, with the Pro version it requires just 2 clicks (and you get full support and a 30-day Money-back warranty):

1) Download and install Display Easy.

2) Run Driver Easy and then click on the Scan Now button. Driver Easy may then scan your computer and find any problem drivers.

3) Click the Update button next to some device to automatically download and install the right version of the driver (you can achieve this using the FREE version).

Or click Update All to automatically download and install the proper version of all of the drivers that are missing or out of date on your system (that requires that the Pro version — you will be prompted to upgrade when you click on Update All).

Step 2: Disable Antivirus Programs and Firewall Immediately

One reason why your Creators Update stuck could be brought about by your own antivirus applications or firewall settings, and that means you will need to shut them down for some time to see if helps fix the issue.

1) Temporarily disable antivirus programs.
This mistake is occasionally caused by interference from a third-party antivirus program. To determine whether that’s the issue that’s right for you, temporarily disable the antivirus and assess if the issue persists. (Consult your antivirus for instructions on disabling it.)

If that resolves the issue, contact the seller of your antivirus software and ask them for advice, or install another antivirus solution.

IMPORTANT: Be extra careful about what sites you visit, what emails you open and what documents you download whenever your antivirus is disabled.

2) Switch off the Firewall.

A) On your computer, press the Windows logo key and then click the Control Panel option.
B) View by Small icons, then click Windows Firewall.
C) Click Turn Windows Firewall on or off.
D) Tick the two boxes for Turn off Windows Firewall (not recommended). Click on OK to save.