Windows might show you Error 0x8024402f in Windows 10 whenever you attempt to download and install and new updates. This Error may be triggered due to your Internet Connection or Firewall program setups which is resulting in problems connecting your computer and Microsoft’s Web server. This error prevents you from Downloading New and Latest Updates that Microsoft Releases.
Error message: There were some problems installing updates, but we’ll try again later.
Cause of this Error
- When any internal error appears with the Microsoft .NET Framework 4 Client Profile.
- Due to no changes are made to network settings.
- Sometimes abrupt Firewall settings may cause this problem.
- When Microsoft’s server gets unable to handle the number of update requests.
Fix Windows Update Error 0x8024402f
Method1: Repairing Network Problems
If you are Unable to Download Updates in Windows 10, then first thing you want to do is Check your Internet/Network Problems.
Thankfully there is a utility program inbuilt in Windows 10 to Identify any problems in your Network and Fix them. So do the following.
- Search for “Identify and Repair Network Problems”
- Click on the Search Result.
- It should automatically Start Identifying.
- If your network has any issue then it will show you and ask you to fix it.
- If not then you are sure that you Internet is not the issue. Move on the Next Step.
Method 2: Run Windows Update Troubleshooter
You can often try Microsoft’s Update Troubleshooter. This tool is made for fixing issues with Windows Updates, and it can resolve yours also. All you need to do is to download it, open it and allow it discover and (maybe) fix your upgrade problems. If you’re still encountering the exact same problem, after running the Troubleshooter, you should check your net connection.
Method 3: Check your router’s firewall
According to users, in some cases your router’s setup can trigger this issue to show up. Users reported that error code 0x8024402f takes place if ActiveX controls are obstructed in your router’s firewall program.
To fix this problem, simply open your router’s configuration page, locate ActiveX blocking or filtering and disable this feature. After doing that, the problem should be resolved and you’ll be able to use Windows Update again.
Method 4: Uninstall the Microsoft .NET Framework 4 Client Profile
- Go to the Start>Control Panel>Programs and Features
- Find the Microsoft .NET Framework 4 Client Profile
- Now, you need to uninstall Microsoft .NET Framework 4 Client Profile
- Right-click and select Uninstall/Change
- The uninstallation process may take a few minutes.
- After it, restart your computer