Sometimes, customer gets Window Update Error 0x80245006 in Window 10 and it is caused by antivirus. So, to fix this issue you should switch to Webroot antivirus software via www.webroot.com/safe. For more, you should review the below blog.
Method to Fix Window Update Error 0x80245006 in Window 10:
1. Check your Proxy Settings:
For this, first you should search for internet options and then choose it from the results. After this, you should tap on Connections tab and then tap on LAN Settings. Here, should tap on Advanced option. Now, you should locate the field of Do not use proxy server for addresses beginning and then input the below addresses into it:
Lastly, save your changes and restart your system.
2. Use Windows Update Troubleshooter:
Sometimes, users face the error of 0x80245006 when you try to download Windows Updates. This error stops you from downloading new updates and just leaves your computer system vulnerable. The user can fix the issue by using Windows Update troubleshooter. This tool will scan your Computer system and also fixes update-related issues. To use this tool, you should download and run it in your PC and you can download Windows Update Troubleshooter from Microsoft’s website. When you run the troubleshooter, then check the problem with Windows Update is there or not.
3. Check your Antivirus:
If the user uses antivirus software in their device, it will protect their gadget but sometimes this antivirus software interferes with Windows 10 and results in this issue. To fix this issue, you should open your antivirus and just disable some features of it and then check if it solves the issue. Because, your antivirus firewall might be blocking Windows Update, so you should disable it and then check the issue is solved or not. To completely fix the problem, you should disable your antivirus or remove your antivirus. The user can also switch to a different antivirus solution such as Webroot antivirus via webroot.com/safe as it do not interfere with your system and gives you cloud-enabled security.
4. Check Necessary Services are Running:
First of all, you should tap on Windows Key + R together and then input services.msc and tap on Enter or OK button. After this, you should find Background Intelligent Transfer Service and then just check its status. If in case, the service status isn’t set to Running, then right tap on it and then select Start from the menu. The user should repeat the step for Windows Update and Workstation services. At last, you should close the Services window.
5. Disable Services using Command Prompt:
To disable services, you should search for cmd and then tap on Run as administrator in order to start Command Prompt. After this, you should enter the below commands: