Fix: Update KB5022845 and KB5022836 Fails to Install on Windows 11

Microsoft released KB5022845 and KB5022836 on Windows 11 22H2 and 21H2 versions. But few users have reported that they are not able to install the latest update on their system even after several attempts and are worried about it.

These updates come with fixes for some security bugs and quality improvements. So it is important to install updates on your system for more smooth functioning.

If you fail to install update KB5022845 and KB5022836 on your Windows 11, you can rely on this guide. Here we have listed a few solutions that you can apply to get rid of the problem of installing updates KB5022845 and KB5022836. Have a look. 

Fix 1: Restart the System 

The first attempt to fix your issue is to restart the system. This process is capable of eliminating minor system glitches and helps you install KB5022845 and KB5022836 on your Windows 11 smoothly. 

Fix 2: Run Update Troubleshooter

You can use the Windows built-in Update troubleshooter to install update KB5022845 and KB5022836 on your Windows 11 without any trouble. To do so, 

  • Open the Start menu->go to Settings->select the Troubleshooter option and click on Other Troubleshooter.
  • Now click on the Run button next to Windows Update and continue the process. 
  • Once done, you can retry to download and install the new updates. 

Fix 3: Install Installation Assistant  

Another solution you can try to troubleshoot KB5022845 and KB5022836 failed to install on your Windows 11 is to install the Windows 11 Installation Assistant. To do so, 

  • Open Windows 11 Installation Assistant page-> click on the Download button and complete the installation process. 
Windows 11 Installation Assistant
  • Once done, you can start again to install the new updates smoothly. 

Fix 4: Use Media Creation Tool

Sometimes using the Windows 11 Media Creation Tool you will be able to install Update KB5022845 and KB5022836 on your Windows 11. To do so, 

  • Open Windows 11 Media creation web page-> go to Windows 11 Media creation section-> click on Download Now button.
Windows 11 media creation tool
  • Then install the downloaded media creation tool on your system and retry to install the latest updates. 

Fix 5: Reset Windows Update Component 

Sometimes resetting the Windows Update Component will help you to install Update KB5022845 and KB5022836 on your Windows 11 without any trouble. To do so, 

  • Open the Command Prompt window by typing cmd in the desktop search box and launch with admin access. 
  • Then in the new screen, type the below-given command and click on Enter

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

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

 Sfc /ScanNow

net start bits

 net start wuauserv

 net start msiserver

 net start cryptsvc

 net start appidsvc

  • Once completed the process, restart the system and reinstall the latest update.

Fix 6: Reset Windows Update Service

In most cases, resetting the Windows Update service will help to install Update KB5022845 and KB5022836 on your Windows 11. To do so, 

  • Open the Services window, type “service” in the search box and choose the top result.
  • Then select and right-click on Windows Update-> select Properties.
  • In the new screen, select Start type as Automatic and Service Status as Running option, once done, reinstall the update.

Fix 7: Use Microsoft Update Catalog

If all the solutions listed above do not help you, you should install the updates yourself from the Microsoft Update Catalog page. To do so, 

  • Open the Microsoft Update Catalog page-> type “KB5022845” or “KB5022836” in the search box and download the compatible file from the next screen. 
  • Once done, install the file on your system and start operating your system smoothly. 

These are the top solutions you can try if you failed to install KB5022845 and KB5022836 on your Windows 11. Also, make sure your internet connection is stable and close unnecessary applications running in the system background.