Microsoft has recently released update KB5017389 for Windows 11 version 22H2. You can read more details about the KB5017389 update that brings more dynamic widgets content by clicking here. Now, it seems that the update KB5017389 is failing to install for many users. One user has also complained about his PC freezing after installation of the update.

Coming to details now, many users are reporting installation failure for update KB5017389 issue. Users are reporting error 0x800f09220xe0000100 and other errors.

Windows 11 2022-09 Cumulative Update fails on install (error 0x800f0922)

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Hello all –

While trying to update my Windows 11 Pro laptop with “2022-09 Cumulative Update for Windows 11 Version 22H2 for x64-Based Systems (KB5017389)”, the install gets to 98% encounters a problem, and rolls back. The after-install error is attached (0x800f0922).

I have tried resetting windows updates as well as clearing windows updates with no success.


22H2/ kb5017389 was unable to install 0xe0000100

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After I made a full recovery with Arconis and everything seems perfect but….. Upgrade kb5017389 was unable to install 0xe0000100.
I also tried a manual install with no Success,
Cleared all the Update files & logs….

running CHKDSK /r /f at startup but after that PC is not respronding so I had to restart again.
running CHKDSK /r /f at recovery environment was able to repair.

Last try was DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth it has started correctly but stuck at 62.3 %

Here are DISM CHDSK & CBS log files.

kb5017389 install issue results in being locked out of system windows 11 pro 22h2

125 Views | Last updated October 6, 2022

I am having issues installing kb5017389. I kept getting a 0x800f0922 error after a failed install of the update. The other update, for .net which was released at the same time, installed no issue.

After several attempts, including running the update troubleshooter, I looked at cbs.log. which stated issues with secure boot. So I then checked windows security. Windows device security was now saying that my device was not qualified for hardware security.

Furthermore, the security processor options were now missing. I brought up the menu manually using 5he start menu, and it said it could not read the TPM information.

It could read the version and so on, but the entries for state and so on. We’re blank. So I brought up tpm.msc, which was still reading my tpm correctly. then i ran the TPM troubleshooter, and reset the TPM.

Following reboot Windows tells me that my sign-in pin is no longer usable on this machine. A link saying set up a new pin is then shown.

When I try and do that, a message says that an app from the windows store is needed.

If I click yes, nothing happens. So I am now locked out of windows. My system is set up to use my Microsoft passwordless account.

How do I get back into windows without doing a system wipe?

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Another issue of the PC freezing after installation of the update is being reported by one user.

My laptop freezes after the last update – September 30, 2022—KB5017389 (OS Build 22621.608)

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To whom it may concern,

I recently installed the 01/10/2022 September 30, 2022—KB5017389 (OS Build 22621.608) and any time after re-entering the Windows and having them on hold for some time, the opened apps freeze especially the Microsoft Edge which is updated, as well.

My laptop is Surface Pro X, Microsoft SQ2 @ 3.15 GHz with OS Win11 ARM.

I am looking forward to hearing from you any idea to solve the issue.