Windows upgrade error 0xC1900107

Error 0xC1900107 is a common error code that can occur when you’re trying to upgrade your Windows operating system. This error usually occurs during the Windows Update process or when upgrading to a new version of Windows, such as upgrading from Windows 7 or Windows 8 to Windows 10.

The error message associated with 0xC1900107 typically states: “The installation failed in the SAFE_OS phase with an error during BOOT operation.”

This error usually indicates that there is an incompatible driver or software installed on your system that is preventing the upgrade from completing successfully. It could be due to outdated or incompatible drivers, security software, or third-party applications conflicting with the upgrade process.

Here are a few steps you can try to resolve the error 0xC1900107:

  1. Update your drivers:

    Make sure all your device drivers are up to date, including graphics drivers, network drivers, and other peripheral drivers. Visit the manufacturer’s website for each device to download and install the latest drivers compatible with your operating system.

  2. Disable or uninstall incompatible software:

    Temporarily disable or uninstall any security software, antivirus programs, or third-party applications that might be causing conflicts with the upgrade process. You can reinstall them later after the upgrade is completed.

  3. Disconnect peripheral devices:

    Disconnect any unnecessary peripheral devices such as printers, scanners, external hard drives, or USB devices before starting the upgrade process. Sometimes, these devices can cause compatibility issues during the upgrade.

  4. Run Windows Update Troubleshooter:

    Use the built-in Windows Update Troubleshooter to automatically detect and resolve any issues with the Windows Update process. To access it, go to “Settings” > “Update & Security” > “Troubleshoot” > “Windows Update” and follow the instructions.

  5. Perform a clean boot:

    A clean boot starts your computer with a minimal set of drivers and startup programs, which can help identify if any third-party software is causing the issue. To perform a clean boot, follow the instructions outlined in Microsoft’s official documentation.

If none of the above steps resolve the issue, you might consider seeking further assistance from Assured Support Team or community forums where Windows experts can provide more specific guidance based on your system configuration and the exact circumstances of the error.


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