Cumulative Windows 10 updates are a highly controversial company practice. It certainly serves many users who are running the latest version of the Microsoft operating system, but at the same time, it is a nightmare for others who cannot install them.
There is also a problem for those who do not want to install the whole package, or to uninstall some specific information.
Let's talk about KB3197954, which was released to Windows 10 users last week. The update seems to be unable to be installed in too many systems and the reason has not yet been determined by Microsoft.
Posts in Microsoft forum show various problems with this cumulative update (KB3197954). Users report that the system freezes, but in most cases, the characteristic "attack" appears: "failing to install" or "Installation failure."
"Installation Failure: Windows failed to install the following update with error: 0x800F0922: Update for Windows (KB3197954)."
"The installation starts fine, but during the reboot it shows that the installation failed. Windows Update History reports only "Installation Failure." writes a user in the forum.
There is currently no response from Microsoft. But after a week, Tuesday's Patch will be released, so the company is expected to release new cumulative updates that may fix the problem.