0x80072f17 is an error code that indicates a problem with Windows Update. This can be caused by a number of things, including a corrupted update file, a problem with the Windows Update service, or a problem with your computer's connection to the update server. This error can be fixed by running the Windows Update Troubleshooter, which can be found in the Control Panel.
1. Check your internet connection
- Open the " cmd " prompt.
- Type " ping " and press Enter.
- Type " tracert www.google.com " and press Enter.
- Type " netsh interface ipv4 show interface " and press Enter.
- If the " Status " column shows an error code other than " OK " or " No errors detected ", then your internet connection is not working and you will need to troubleshoot the issue.
2. Try again later
- Navigate to the Error Codes page of the Microsoft Windows 10 Settings app.
- In the Error Codes list, select the 0x80072f17 error code.
- On the ribbon, click Try Again Later.
- On the confirmation screen, click OK.
- If the error persists, go to step 6.
- On the confirmation screen, click Repair.
- On the Repair screen, select the option to Restore from a backup.
- In the Select a backup location dialog box, select a location where you saved a backup of the computer.
- In the Select a backup file dialog box, select the file that you want to use to restore the computer.
- Click Next.
- On the Confirmation screen, click Repair.
- On the Repair screen, select the option to Reinstall Windows 10.
- In the Select a Windows 10 installation media dialog box, select the media that you want to use to install Windows 10.
- Click Next.
- On the License Terms screen, read the license terms and click Agree.
- On the Installation Type screen, select the installation type.
- In the User Account Control dialog box, confirm that the action it allowed and click OK.
- On the Installation Progress screen, follow the instructions to complete the installation.
3. Clear your browser's cache and cookies
- Click on the "Tools" menu in the top-right corner of your browser window.
- Select "Internet Options."
- Select the "Advanced" tab.
- Click on the "Browsing" button.
- Under the "History" section, click on the "Delete All History" button.
- Click on the "Clear Cookies" button.
- Click on the "Clear Cache" button.
- Close your browser window.
If you didn't find success with an option above, then try:
- Reset your browser
- Reinstall your browser
- Check for updates to your browser
- Disable any browser extensions or add-ons
- Try using a different browser