The Error Code 30175-13 (30) is an error that usually occurs when the Microsoft .NET Framework installation is damaged or corrupted. This error can also occur if the computer is not connected to the internet or if the Windows Firewall is blocking the Microsoft .NET Framework installation.
1. Restart your computer and try again
- Close all programs that are open.
- Click on the "Start" button and select "Settings."
- Click on the "Control Panel" icon.
- Double-click on "System."
- Under "System Protection," click on the "Restart" tab.
- Select the "Restart Now" button.
- After your computer restarts, continue with the steps below.
- If the problem persists, please contact your computer manufacturer for assistance.
2. Make sure that your computer's date and time are correct and try again
- Open System Properties by clicking on the Start button and typing "systemproperties" in the search box.
- On the System Properties window, click on the Date and Time tab.
- In the Date and Time section, make sure that the date and time are correct. If they are not, click on the Set button, and then enter the correct date and time.
- Click on the OK button to close the System Properties window.
- Try to start your computer again. If the error code 30175-13 (30) still occurs, then you will need to take your computer to a repair technician.
3. Try the Windows Update Troubleshooter
- Open the Windows Update Troubleshooter by going to Start, type Windows Update Troubleshooter in the search bar, and then press Enter.
- On the General tab, select the type of update you are having problems with.
- On the Problem Details tab, provide as much information as possible about the update, including the exact error code and the version of Windows that you are using.
- Click on the Next button to continue.
- On the Download and Installation Status tab, you will see a list of the updates that are being attempted to be installed.
- If the update is already installed, you will see a message stating that the update was successful. If the update is not installed, you will see a message stating that the update is being attempted to be installed.
- If the update is being attempted to be installed, you will see a message stating that the update requires an restart. Click on the Restart button to restart your computer.
- After your computer has restarted, check to see if the update was successfully installed. If the update was not successfully installed, you will need to repeat the steps in this guide to try to install the update again.
If you didn't find success with an option above, then try:
- Check your internet connection and try again.
- Delete the SoftwareDistribution folder.
- Reset the Catroot2 folder.
- Try to install the updates again.