When trying to update Windows 10 November update on your device, you might be coming across a few errors and one of them is Error code 0x80070422. The most common reason behind this error can be that there is a problem with Windows update service and it is not running as it should be. Another reason could be “Network List Service” which causes problems during the installation of updates. On the other hand, IPv6 is another big reason behind this.
Ways to fix Windows 10 Update Error 0x80070422
Clean boot your system
Before starting any procedure to fix this error, you should disable the antivirus software or security software if there is any. Here’s how to clean boot your system to receive latest updates:
- First of all, you need to open the search box of your device
- Here, you have to type MSConfig in the given field.
- Further, select “System Configuration” from the list of search results.
- Consecutively, you have to go to the “Services” tab.
- From here, select “Hide all Microsoft services”.
- After this, tap on the option reading as “Disable all”.
- Further, go to the Startup tab and open the “Task Manager”.
- From this page, you have to disable all the needless services which are currently running.
- In the end, restart your device and check for updates once again.
Change Service Status
- The first thing you need to do is press the “Windows key” along with “R”.
- When a new window opens, type services.msc in the given space.
- After this, hit the “Enter” key to navigate to windows services.
- Scroll down a little and locate “Windows Update Services”.
- Now, double-tap on it and change the startup type to “Automatic”.
- You may need to start running the services if it is not running already.
- If it is running, then right-click on it followed by restarting your system.
Try to disable the IPv6
Some users suggest disabling IPv6 helps them to resolve this Windows 10 update error. Hence, you may follow the steps below to disable IPv6:
- First of all, open your device and press “Win+R” keys.
- Here, type “ncpa.cpl” and click on the “OK” option. This will open the network connections window.
- When the connection page opens, locate “Active network adapter (Ethernet/WiFi)” and right-click on it.
- Select “Properties” from the drop-down menu and then locate “Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP /IPv6)”.
- Un-check the box that is present next to it and then you have to select “OK” to save the settings.
Refresh or restart network list service
Doing this may help some of the users in resolving this problem. You can turn off this service and then turn it back on. On the other hand, you may try to simply restart it and here’s how you can do this:
- Begin by pressing the “Windows” + “R” keys and then go to the next step.
- Further, enter “services.msc” in the search bar and tap on the “OK” option.
- This will open windows services where you have to locate “Network List Service”.
- After this, you might have to right-click on this option.
- Further, tap on the “Restart” option or do as described in the next step.
- You may also choose to “Stop” and then restart the system.
Hopefully, you can update your Windows 10 device now and can start using it afresh. If the solution given above has not helped you, then you may try contacting the support executives. Visit@:- More Information.
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