KB4041676 Windows 10 Build 15063.674 Unable to Update Fix

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WIndows 10 Update KB4041676

It has been widespread issue for Windows 10 users to encounter problem unable to update their OS to the latest update KB4041676.

The most common way to update this KB4041676 package is through Security & Updates menu on Windows 10:

Update via Windows Update

  1. Press the “Windows Key + I” then head to Update and Security.
    KB4041676 Windows 10 Build 15063.674 Unable to Update Fix-Security and update
    Select Update & Security

     

  2. On the left tab, click Windows Update. then click Check for Updates button on the right-hand menu.

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    Select Check for Update
  3. You will see an available update, then the installation will start downloading.
  4. Restart your System to apply all the changes

However, some users find this “Windows 10 Build 15063.674 update” failed to install and error messages “OS couldn’t install updates” pops up. The system will reverts back to the previous version of Windows 10 without many any changes.

That’s not all, some users on reddit also complain the freeze download while others experience it takes forever completing the update installation.

KB4041676 Windows 10 Build 15063.674 Unable to Update Fix

There is a workaround to solve this update issue, which is by completing the download before installing the update. First you have to get the latest package manually from official download link from Microsoft then install it.

KB4041676 Direct Download Links Offline Installer

Download Cumulative Update KB4041676 for Windows 10 version 1703 32-bit (569MB)

Download Cumulative Update KB4041676 for Windows 10 version 1703 64-bit (576MB)

Once your download is completed, you can open the package and start the installation. Then restart your system to apply changes.

Some users find this manual method is useful to fix unable update Windows 10 to KB4041676. However if the issue remains you can report the bug on Microsoft Community forum.

As now, Microsoft has neither confirmed nor denied the reports. I will update the post if there is any news related to this problem in the coming hours (days).

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