Fix Windows 10/11 Cumulative Update Error 0x800f0823 – (KB5008353)

An update is a necessary file for any operating system that fixes bugs and adds improvement in os. An update installs the latest security patches, fix bugs and add several extra features to OS. Windows 10/11 is also gets updated on a regular basis and makes the operating system feature-rich and bugs-free. However, sometimes due to some technical reason if you go to install Windows update, you may receive the following error:

2022-01 cumulative update for windows 11 for X64-based Systems (KB5008353)
sorry we couldn’t install this update, but you can try again (0x800f0823, 0x8024a22d)

0x800f0823

If you are one of them who is getting this error, this article may help you in fixing of the problem.

You may get the Windows update error code in the following situation:

  1. When you try to install updates in Windows 10 and Windows 11 pc.
  2. When you use DISM to update Windows 10/11 image files.

In this article, I will explain the solution for Windows 10/11 update error 0x800f0823 or 0x8024a22d, so read this article carefully and apply the methods.

Method 1: Fix using Advanced System Repair Tool

Mostly this update error occurs due to several system faults. Maybe there are missing DLL files, corrupted system images, corrupted windows update components, outdated or incompatible drivers are installed, etc. You must run Advanced System Repair Tool to find and fix problems on the computer. It optimizes windows for best performance, update drivers and apps, removes junk files, provides additional web security, and repair corrupted system files and registry files.

3 Steps to Fix this Error

Step 1. Download Advanced System Repair Pro [File Size: 16.4 MB]
Step 2. SCAN your Windows PC
Step 3. Click Fix button to Repair Error

Method 2: Windows Update Troubleshooter

Let’s start with update troubleshooter to resolve this issue. The update troubleshooter is a useful tool to fix any kind of update error in Windows 10/11 with ease. Just find this tool and run it, it will automatically find the problem that is stopping the update file from installing and fixing them. If you don’t know where to find this utility in your os then see the steps below:

Step 1: Find Windows update troubleshooter in Windows 11 and 10. Click on the Start menu and search for Troubleshoot Settings. Open the first search result as below:

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Step 2: Click on Other troubleshooters.

other_troubleshooter

Step 3: Locate Windows update and click on the Run button to start the troubleshooting process.

run_update_troubleshooter

Step 4: It will take a few minutes to complete and show the result. If the troubleshooter couldn’t fix your problem, then move to the next method.

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Method 3: Manually Reset Windows Update Components.

It is one of the assured methods to fix the 2022-01 cumulative update for windows 11 (0x800f0823) error. This method will reset your Windows update components thus all the bugs including 0x800f0823 and 0x8024a22d will be gone. There is certain commands that you need to run in elevated command prompt. See the guideline below to run the command.

Step 1: Open Administrative Command Prompt. Search cmd in the Start menu and right-click on Command Prompt and select Run as Administrator.

Step 2: Now, run the following command step by step.

net stop bits
net stop wuauserv
net stop cryptsvc
ren %systemroot%\softwaredistribution softwaredistribution.bak
ren %systemroot%\system32\catroot2 catroot2.bak
net start bits
net start wuauserv
net start cryptsvc
sfc /scannow

Method 4: Run DISM command

DISM is used for repairing corrupted windows images so, if there is corruption in Windows image file then you will get various errors including the Windows 11 Cumulative Update Error 0x800f0823.

Step 1: Open Administrative Command Prompt.

Step 2: Run the following command one by one.

dism.exe /online /cleanup-image /scanhealth
dism.exe /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth
dism.exe /online /cleanup-image /startcomponentcleanup
sfc /scannow

Step 3: It may take some time so, wait until it finishes the process.

Method 5: Search update in Microsoft catalog

If all the above methods didn’t work for you then you can manually download the updated files and install them in your computer. Visit Microsoft Update Catalog and search for your KBxxxx file and download them in your computer.

Step 1: Open Microsoft Update Catalog site.

https://www.catalog.update.microsoft.com/

Step 2: Search for your update file and download them.

download_update_manually

Step 3: Install the downloaded file and reboot your PC.

Summary

In this article, I discussed 5 methods to fix Windows 10/11 Cumulative Update Error 0x800f0823 and 0x8024a22d. Method 3 is the most useful way to fix update errors.