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[Solved] Undoing Changes Made to Your Computer in Windows 10

Microsoft Officially release 2 major updates in year somewhere on March and September. Each update last for 18 months. Its hard to miss Microsoft Windows updates, because for most of the user Microsoft installed it without their intention through Windows updates. Some choose to delay or ignore certain update and wait for the next release.

Why and when you will receive We couldn’t complete the updates. Undoing Changes Made to Your Computer:

While when you upgrade your Windows 10 device you may face the following error We couldn’t complete the updates. Undoing Changes Made to Your Computer and after Windows automatically roll backup your device to previously installed updates. For some users Windows 10 gets stuck in an update loop as it tries to install the update again and again.

There are various reason which can lead your Windows 10 device to the Undoing Changes Made to Your Computer errors, particularly

  • when your device have some corrupt system files
  • SoftwareDistribution folder is corrupted
  • Insufficient space on your Windows partition
  • any third-party application interruption

But nothing to worry about all the issues can be fixed.

By following the below solution you can fix the We couldn’t complete the updates. Undoing changes error in your Windows 10 device:

Delete Recently Installed Updates

Every second Tuesday Microsoft release one Windows 10 cumulative updates that contains some bug fix. This is kinda major updates which do some changes to your PC. So, our best chances to fix the Windows 10 Undoing Changes Made to Your Computer Error is to installed the recent installed updates.

  1. Press Windows + R key on your keyboard
  2. Type appwiz.cpl in the Run box and click OK
  3. In the left corner click View Installed updates
  4. Now select the most recent updates installed on your Windows 10 device
  5. Click the Uninstall button to remove the updates
  6. Wait for your PC to complete the restarted

After the restart complete, again try to upgrade your Windows 10 device and see if the upgrade complete or still you are receiving the error Windows 10 Undoing Changes Made to Your Computer during the upgrade.

Run Windows Update Troubleshooter

As this error is related to Windows update, our best chances is to run Windows Update troubleshooter to fix the Windows 10.

  1. Press Windows Key + X on your keyboard
  2. Select Setting button in the menu
  3. Click Update & Security
  4. In the left side menu select Troubleshoot
  5. Click Windows update and click Run Troubleshooter
  6. Follow the on screen instruction to complete the wizard

Now again try to upgrade your Windows 10 device. Now the Undoing Changes Made to Your Computer Error will not appear. If you are again facing this error follow the next solution.

Run A Startup Repair

By running the start repair can also help you to resolve the undoing changes to your computer error on your Windows 10 device.

  1. Restarting your Windows 10 device from the start menu by pressing the Shift Key
  2. On the troubleshoot screen, click on Advanced options
  3. Now click on the startup repair utility
  4. If asked, type your local account username and password to start Startup Repair tool.

Wait and see if the startup repair find and fixes any issues on your Windows 10 device.

Run DISM Tool

By running the Deployment Image Servicing Management command-line utility also known as DISM utility can scan and repair the Windows 10 image if any corrupted files found on your device. This tool also help you fix the Undoing changes made to your computer error.

  1. Press Windows Key on your Screen and type CMD in the search box

  2. On the right side of the Windows select the “Run as administrator” option.

  3. Now type the following command and press enter:

    DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth 
    
  4. Wait for the DISM scan to finish.

Now wait for the scanning to finish and again try to upgrade your Windows 10 device.

Run a System File Checker Scan

If the above DISM command doesn’t fix the Undoing changes made to your computer error on your Windows 10 device. Now try to run the System File Checker command to scan and repairs any corrupted system files.

  1. Press Windows Key on your Screen and type CMD in the search box

  2. On the right side of the Windows select the “Run as administrator” option.

  3. Now type the following command and press enter:

     sfc /scannow 
    
  4. Wait for the SFC scan to finish.

If asked restart your Windows 10 device and now again try to upgrade your Windows 10 device to see if the Undoing changes made to your computer error on your Windows 10 device has disappeared or not.