Microsoft has released the latest Update KB5014019 and KB5013889 to Windows 11 to enhance system performance. These are optional preview updates that provide solutions to a number of issues and quality improvements for the better performance of your system. If you are having trouble downloading and installing the latest updates, you can follow this article.
There can be a couple of reasons why you may be prevented from installing the Update KB5014019 and KB5013889 on your Windows 11 system. Anyway, in this article, we have collected a few solutions to overcome the same problem quickly and easily. Then let’s have a look.
Fix 1: Run Update Troubleshooter
As a first attempt to get rid of the Update KB5014019 and KB5013889 not installing on Windows 11 issue are running the Update troubleshooter. To do so,
- Firstly, go to the Start menu and click on the Settings app from the screen.
- Inside the new screen, click on the System and choose the Troubleshooter.
- And select the Other troubleshooters option, and click on the Run button near to the Windows Update.
- Once done, you can install the latest update.
Fix 2: Install Windows 11 Installation Assistant
Sometimes installing the Windows 11 Installation Assistant on your system will allow you to install the Update KB5014019 and KB5013889 quickly. To do so,
- Firstly, go to Windows 11 Installation Assistant official webpage using the browser.
- From the screen, choose the Windows 11 Installation Assistant tool and click on the Download now tab.
- Once done, restart the system and install the latest update without any issues.
Fix 3: Install Windows 11 Media Creation Tool
Another solution to install the Update KB5014019 and KB5013889 on your system is to make sure you have installed the Windows 11 Media Creation Tool. If not, you need to install the tool as soon as possible. To do so,
- Firstly, go to the Windows 11 Media Creation Tool official web page.
- Then under the Windows 11 Media Creation tool section, click on the Download now tab.
- Finally, restart the system, and you can install the latest update without any errors.
Fix 4: Run SFC Scan
If any system files become corrupted, your system’s functioning will get harmed, and you will be unable to install Update KB5014019 and KB5013889 on Windows 11. You can use the SFC in-built tool to detect and repair the damaged files in this case. To do so,
- Firstly, open the Command Prompt window on your desktop (type “cmd” in the search box) as Run as Administrator.
- In the newly appeared screen, type the following command and the press Enter key,
- Then again, type the following commands and press Enter to restore damaged files,
DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /CheckHealth
DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /ScanHealth
DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth
- Once done, you can install the latest update without any interruption.
Fix 5: Reset Windows Update Service
If you failed to install Update KB5014019 and KB5013889 on your Windows 11, make sure that all Windows Update services are operational. If not, you need to reset those updates and see improvement. To do so,
- Firstly, open the Services window on your desktop.
- In the newly opened screen, scroll down and select the Windows Update service, right-click on it and choose the Properties option.
- Then set the Startup type as Automatic and Service status as Running from the newly opened screen.
- Further click on the Restart the service option and exit from the screen
- Once done, restart your computer and install the latest update without any interruption.
Fix 6: Use Microsoft Update Catalog
If you are unable to complete the installation process manually, you may need to install the Update KB5014019 and KB5013889 from the Microsoft Catalog page manually. To do so,
- Firstly, go to the Microsoft Update Catalog official webpage using the browser.
- In the search box, you can type KB5014019/ KB5013889 and press Enter.
- Then choose the file compatible with your system version, download it, and install it on your system.
- Once done, you have the latest update on your system.
Fix 7: Reset Windows Update Components
If any of the above fixes do not help to resolve your issue, then you should try to reset all Windows Update components on your system. To do so,
- Firstly, open the Command Prompt window (type “cmd” in the search box) with Admin access.
- In the new screen, you need to type the following commands one after another and press,
SC config trustedinstaller start=auto
net stop bits
net stop wuauserv
net stop msiserver
net stop cryptsvc
net stop appidsvc
Ren %Systemroot%\SoftwareDistribution SoftwareDistribution.old
Ren %Systemroot%\System32\catroot2 catroot2.old
regsvr32.exe /s atl.dll
regsvr32.exe /s urlmon.dl
l regsvr32.exe /s mshtml.dll
netsh winsock reset
netsh winsock reset proxy
rundll32.exe pnpclean.dll,RunDLL_PnpClean /DRIVERS /MAXCLEAN
dism /Online /Cleanup-image /ScanHealth
dism /Online /Cleanup-image /CheckHealth
dism /Online /Cleanup-image /RestoreHealth
dism /Online /Cleanup-image /StartComponentCleanup
net start bits
net start wuauserv
net start msiserver
net start cryptsvc
net start appidsvc
- Once done, you will get allowed to install the latest update on your system
These are all about the Update KB5014019 and KB5013889 not installing on Windows 11 issue and its reliable solutions. If you have any queries or concerns regarding this article, you can leave a comment in the comment box below.