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  Windows (all) Tip -  Windows Upgrade Error Codes Decrypted   

So you tried to upgrade your Windows machine to Windows 10 and it did not work. Got the cryptic error code 0x80070070 thrown at you, for instance when you check the Event Viewer, but have no idea what it means.

A search on the Internet shows that other users experienced the same issue, but most of what is suggested is guesswork.

Did you know that these error codes follow a specific pattern that you can easily decrypt? It is actually pretty easy provided that you know where to look for the information.

Lets take 0x80070070 again and see where it takes us. The two important bits that you need to extract from the error code are the first number after the x, and the last four digits.

Published on October 13, 2016 by Paul Illingworth

 

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