Many users have received the error code 0x8007025D-0x2000Cwhile updating Win 10 with tools create ISO or Media Creation tool. Along with this error code, there is a detailed error message as follows: The installation failed in SAFE_OS phase with an error during APPLY_IMAGE operation.
This error primarily occurs when the Windows 10 installation files have problems, and Windows Update fails to update using the ISO or Media Creation tool. In this article, we will suggest some solutions that can help you solve the problem when updating Windows 10.
How to fix Update Win 10 Error Code 0x8007025D-0x2000C
1. Refresh USB install Win 10
Please try reinstalling the USB to install Windows 10 again to see if that fixes the problem. We should choose the USB read and write speed stability and error free to avoid the USB error can occur.
2. Reload ISO ISO file
It is possible that the ISO file that you downloaded is corrupt causing error 0x8007025D-0x2000C. Then follow the steps to proceed to update Win 10.
3. Update BIOS/UEFI
Some users fix the 0x8007025D-0x2000C error by updating the BIOS to the latest version. Be sure to check with your OEM to download the latest drivers.
4. Restart BITS Service
BITS or Background Intelligent Transfer Service is part of the Windows Update service, manages the download of the Windows Update background, scans for new updates, and more. If your Windows Update fails multiple times, you may want to restart the BITS service. You will need to use Admin privileges to perform this task.
- Open Services Manager by typing services.msc into the Run dialog box (Windows + R) and pressing Enter.
- Find the Background Intelligent Transfer Service and double-click it to open Properties.
- In the Properties window, in the section ‘Startup type’ you to the Manual , then click on the Start button. If that does not work, set it to Automatic (Delayed) and restart your computer.
Hope these tips can help you fix Windows update error 0x8007025D-0x2000C.