What is the root cause for the Error code 0x8007002C - 0x2000D?
This issue can be caused due to the following reasons while you're trying to install or upgrade to Windows 8.1:
- Anti-virus software conflicts.
- Hardware conflicts.
read carefully these things before you start upgrading or installing to Windows 8.1: 4 important things you should do before you start upgrading or installing to Windows 8.1
How to fix the Error code 0x8007002C - 0x2000D?
If you are facing the 0x8007002C - 0x2000D
issue and the error message after the restore.
The error message:
Quote:Can not run the update to Windows 8.1
The Update to Windows 8.1 can not be finished, the old version of Windows is set on your PC.
0x8007002c - 0x2000D
This issue doesn't even ask for the acceptance of License Agreement
. While at the download page, it is clearly mentioned that it will ask for the acceptance of the license and if you don't accept, it will restore back the previous version.
Disabled virus protection (Kaspersky etc ) Wsreset windows store, disabled all start up items from Services
in system configuration except windows services. All peripherals disconnected and all updates installed, if you still no success? Ok, let's start to solve it:
Step 1: Refreshing your PC:
The refreshing erased all settings in the AppData folder (e.g. E-mail-settings)
Apps you installed from websites and DVDs will be removed. Apps that came with your PC and apps you installed from the Windows Store will be reinstalled. Windows puts a list of removed apps on your desktop after refreshing your PC.
. Good that you should back up your data first.
To refresh your PC Click here
There are tips to Refresh, Restore and Reset your PC
read carefully these tips before you Refresh your PC
After Refreshing your PC
, install all available Windows updates
(quite a few).
Step 3: Reinstall all your programmes again.
Let me know if this works! If you have any other questions or you need any other information about Windows, feel free to post your questions and we will be glad to help.
(This post was last modified: 11-15-2013 12:06 PM by Administrator.)