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How to fix the error code 0x8024a112?

Alton Alexander
By Alton AlexanderUpdated on June 4th, 2022

0x8024a112 is an error code that can occur when trying to update Windows. This error is usually caused by a problem with the internet connection, or the Windows Update service being turned off.

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1. Try to run Windows Update again

There are a few different things that could be wrong with trying to run Windows Update again. First, make sure that you have the latest drivers for your hardware. If you have the latest drivers installed, then make sure that they are installed correctly and that they are up to date. If you do not have the latest drivers, then you may need to install them. Next, make sure that your computer is up to date. If you have not installed recent updates, then you may need to do so. You can find the latest updates for your computer by going to the Windows Update website and checking for updates. If you have installed recent updates, then make sure that they are installed and are up to date. You can check for updates by going to the Windows Update website and clicking on the “Updates” tab. If you have installed recent updates, then make sure that your computer is configured to check for updates automatically. You can configure your computer to check for updates automatically by going to the Control Panel, and then clicking on the “Windows Update” icon. If you have installed recent updates, then make sure that your computer is configured to receive automatic updates from Windows Update. You can configure your computer to receive automatic updates by going to the Control Panel, and then clicking on the “Windows Update” icon. If you have installed recent updates, then make sure that your computer is configured to receive updates from a specific source. You can configure your computer to receive updates from a specific source by going to the Control Panel, and then clicking on the “Windows Update” icon. If you have installed recent updates, then make sure that your computer is configured to receive updates from a specific source at a specific time. You can configure your computer to receive updates from a specific source at a specific time by going to the Control Panel, and then clicking on the “Windows Update” icon. If you have installed recent updates, then make sure that your computer is configured to not receive updates from Windows Update. You can configure your computer to not receive updates from Windows Update by going to the Control Panel, and then clicking on the “Windows Update” icon.

2. Check if there are any updates available for your antivirus software

  1. In the Windows Start menu, click Control Panel.
  2. Under System and Security, click Antivirus.
  3. On the Antivirus tab, click Check for updates.
  4. If updates are available, the Antivirus software will install them and then tell you how to restart your computer.
  5. If updates are not available, the Antivirus software will tell you that there are no updates available and why.

3. Try to disable your antivirus software temporarily and then run Windows Update again

  1. Open the Start Menu and search for "Windows Update."
  2. Click on "Windows Update" to open the Windows Update window.
  3. On the left side of the Windows Update window, click on "Advanced options."
  4. Under "Settings," click on "Update settings."
  5. On the "Update settings" page, under the heading "Windows Update," click on "Advanced."
  6. On the "Advanced" tab, under the heading "Windows Update settings," click on "System update."
  7. On the "System update" page, under the heading "For all users," click on "Choose how updates are installed."
  8. Under "Select the Update Delivery Option," click on "Install updates automatically (recommended)."
  9. Under "Install updates automatically (recommended)," click on "OK."
  10. Click on "Windows Update" to open the Windows Update window.
  11. On the left side of the Windows Update window, click on "Check for updates."
  12. If there are any updates available, click on "Install updates."
  13. Click on "Windows Update" to open the Windows Update window.
  14. On the left side of the Windows Update window, click on "Install updates."
  15. If there are any updates available, click on "Install updates."

4. Check if your computer is connected to the Internet

  1. Open the Control Panel.
  2. Click the Network and Internet icon.
  3. Click the Status tab.
  4. If the Status is Connected, click the Connect button.
  5. If the Status is Connected, click the Status tab and check the Status is Connected to the Internet.
  6. If the Status is Connected, click the Properties button.
  7. Click the Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) tab.
  8. If the Status is Connected, click the Properties button and check the Status is Connected.
  9. If the Status is Not Connected, click the Properties button.
  10. Click the Properties button.
  11. Click the Security tab.
  12. If the Status is Not Connected, click the Properties button and click the Security tab.
  13. If the Status is Not Connected, click the Add button and follow the instructions.
  14. If the Status is Not Connected, click the Remove button and follow the instructions.
  15. If the Status is Connected, click the OK button.

5. Check the Windows Update service and make sure it is running

  1. In the Windows System32 folder, open the Services.msc file.
  2. In the Services list, right-click the Windows Update service and select Properties.
  3. On the General tab, verify that the Startup type is set to Automatic.
  4. If the Startup type is not set to Automatic, change it to Automatic.
  5. Click the Services tab and verify that the Windows Update service is started.
  6. If the Windows Update service is not started, start it by clicking the Start button, typing services.msc, and pressing Enter.
  7. In the services list, right-click the Windows Update service and select Start.
  8. If the Windows Update service is not started, verify that the Windows Update service status is set to Running.
  9. If the Windows Update service is not started, verify that the Windows Update service status is set to Failed.
  10. If the Windows Update service is not started, start it by clicking the Start button, typing services.msc, and pressing Enter.
  11. In the services list, right-click the Windows Update service and select Restart.
  12. If the Windows Update service is not started, restart it by clicking the Start button, typing services.msc, and pressing Enter.

6. Try to run the Windows Update Troubleshooter

  1. Open the Windows Update Troubleshooter by typing winupdate in the Start menu and pressing Enter.
  2. On the first page of the Troubleshooter, select the option to Run the Troubleshooter.
  3. On the next page of the Troubleshooter, select the option to Troubleshoot Update Problems.
  4. On the next page of the Troubleshooter, select the option to Troubleshoot and Fix Problems with Windows Update.
  5. On the next page of the Troubleshooter, select the option to View Status and Tasks.
  6. On the next page of the Troubleshooter, select the option to View Details or Repair.
  7. On the next page of the Troubleshooter, select the option to Close.

If you didn't find success with an option above, then try:

  1. Reset the Windows Update Components.
  2. Try to install the updates manually.