How to fix error code 0x800f0922.Net Framework in Windows 10

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Windows users often have problems updating their applications. In such circumstance, error 0x800f0922 may occur, so we recommend that you read this article to find out how to fix error code 0x800f0922.Net Framework in Windows 10

What is 0x800f0922.Net Framework error in Windows 10?

0x800f0922 is a error code which refers to an error updating the Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 operating systems. Sometimes the error indicates that the hard drive does not have space available to install the update. That said, you should know how to update Windows if there isn't enough space on your hard drive.  



Whenever yes check the error 0x800f0922 on a computer, users see a dialog box with the code for this error. Additionally, Windows updates fail or are incomplete and applications cannot be opened after running the system update process.

Causes of error 0x800f0922

Causes of error 0x800f0922 can include problems connecting to the Windows update server or when the computer has insufficient storage space to install the system partition.

In some situations, the responsible for the error 0x800f0922 is the .Net Framework application. In this case you need to enable this function and try to update the system again.

How to fix error code 0x800f0922.Net Framework in Windows 10

If you need to repair the error code 0x800f0922.Net Framework in Windows 10, it is essential to have a stable internet connection and follow a series of steps that we explain below.

Check your internet connection

First of all, you should check the status of your internet connection and then disable the VPN if you use it. To do this, locate your web browser and try a search. If no results are displayed, restart the router and computer.



So try using an Ethernet connection that replaces the wireless connection and disable the VPN if it's enabled. Run the tool troubleshooting Windows and disable download managers that consume bandwidth.

Check the .Net Framework application

Make sure you have the latest version of the .Net Framework application. Remember that you can troubleshoot Microsoft Store if you are unable to update this application. Once this step is done, check if it is enabled in Windows features.

To do this, type in the search engine of the system Windows functionality and choose the option “Enable or disable Windows features”. Check all the options related to .Net Framework and press the "Save" button. Then restart your computer and see if the problem is resolved.

Disable the firewall

Sometimes, Firewall blocks updates and if that happens it's better disable the Firewall. It is important to note that it is not recommended to permanently remove Firewall as it will need to be active to install system updates.

To disable the Firewall, go to the Windows search engine and type "Firewall". Click on Windows Defender Firewall. Press the option " Enable or disable Windows Firewall ". Then click Disable Firewall for public and private networks. Press the "Apply" button and perform the system update.


Delete some registry values

If the error persists, press the key combination "Win + R" and type "regedit". Press the "Enter" key and in the del editor record navigate through the various directories to follow this path:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE NSOFTWAREMicrosoftWindows CurrentVersion WINEVT Publishers. Right click on Editor and select the “Export” option. Choose the location where you will keep the key for this registry and enter the filename you want. Finally, hit the "Save" button.


Finally, find the key

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersion WINEVTPublishers {e7ef96be-969f-414f-97d7-3ddb7b558ccc} delete it by right clicking and clicking "Delete". Repeat the process for the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionWINEVTPublishers8c416c79-d49b-4f01-a467-e56d3aaa8234c key}

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