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How to fix error code Oxc1900107?

Alton Alexander
By Alton AlexanderUpdated on June 4th, 2022

The error code oxc1900107 is typically caused by a corrupt or incomplete Windows update. This can happen if the update files get corrupted during the download or installation process. Additionally, this error can occur if there are problems with the Windows update service or the update files themselves. In some cases, this error can also be caused by malware or other security threats.

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1. Check your internet connection

  1. Open your internet browser and type in "https://www.google.com"
  2. If you receive a "page not found" error, then your internet connection is not working and you will need to fix it.
  3. If you receive a "security certificate error" then your internet connection is not working and you will need to fix it.
  4. If you receive an "OXC1900107" error, then your internet connection is not working and you will need to fix it.

2. Try restarting your computer

Shut down your computer. Remove the battery if it’s installed. Disconnect the power cord from the back of the computer. Reconnect the power cord to the back of the computer. Boot the computer from the operating system CD or DVD. If you installed Windows from a USB drive, insert the USB drive. If you installed Windows from an optical disc, insert the optical disc. At the initial startup screen, press F10 to open the Boot Options menu. Select Repair Your Computer. In the Repair Your Computer window, select Troubleshoot. In the Troubleshoot window, select Advanced Options. In the Advanced Options window, select Command Prompt. In the Command Prompt window, type the following command and press Enter: bcdedit /set {current} recoveryenabled Yes Press Enter. Type the following command and press Enter: bcdboot C:\Windows The computer should start up normally.

3. Reset Windows Update Components

  1. Open the "Windows Update" Control Panel by clicking on the Start button and typing "Windows Update" in the search box.
  2. Under the "Windows Update" Control Panel, click on the "Reset Windows Update Components" button.
  3. Click on the "Reset" button.
  4. Click on the "Errors and Warnings" button.
  5. Click on the "Reset Settings" button.
  6. Click on the "Yes" button.
  7. Click on the "Close" button.

4. Try installing the updates again

  1. Open the Control Panel.
  2. Click on the System and Security category.
  3. Click on the Update and Security button.
  4. Click on the View all updates button.
  5. Click on the Install updates button.
  6. Click on the Search for updates button.
  7. Click on the Install updates from a list of sources button.
  8. Click on the Install updates from a local source button.
  9. Click on the Install updates from a remote source button.
  10. In the Update sources list, click on the Add button.
  11. In the Add Source dialog box, type in the path to the file that has the update files.
  12. In the Add Source dialog box, type in the name of the server where the update files are located.
  13. In the Add Source dialog box, type in the name of the directory where the update files are located.
  14. Click on the Add button.
  15. In the Select the items to install from the list of updates window, click on the check boxes next to the updates that you want to install.
  16. Click on the Install button.
  17. When the installation is complete, click on the Close button.