How to Fix Windows Update Error 0xc1900130

There are various errors that can prevent you from downloading or installing Windows updates, and error 0xc1900130 is one of them. This error indicates that you are having trouble installing some updates. The full error message is: Feature Update in Windows 10 version 1803 – error 0xc1900130.

This error often occurs because the network connection between the Windows Update Center server and the client computer is interrupted. If you unfortunately encounter this problem, immediately check your Internet connection and try to install the updates again.

If the error repeats, other factors must be the cause, and here are some possible methods you can use to fix it.

Rename the IaStorA.sys driver

One of the stated causes of error 0xc1900130 is that the iaStorA.sys driver is blocking the Windows Update Center component with Inter RST drivers. In this case, all you need to do is to rename the driver with the .old extension to forcibly ignore it.

Step 1: Go to Explorer and navigate to the C: \ Windows \ System32 \ drivers.

Step 2: Find the iaStorA.sys file, press the F2 key and rename it to iaStorA.sys.old.

Step 3: Administrator rights are required for this process. Just click “Next” in the pop-up window to confirm the action.

Download and install the latest cumulative update manually

If you’re having trouble updating the current operating system version on your device, you’ll need to manually download and install the latest offline package. To do this, go to the Microsoft Update Center directory and enter the exact knowledge base number in the search bar. The company usually releases new patches every second Tuesday of the month. Here’s a list of the latest cumulative updates for different versions of Windows 10.

Note. Be sure to check your system architecture (32- or 64-bit) and download the appropriate update.

You can also find the failed cumulative update under View Update History. Just go to the location below and make a note of the exact KB number that failed to install on your computer.

  • Settings> Update and Security> Show Update History
  • Now you can go back to the update directory site and enter the knowledge base number in the search bar. In the next window, click Download next to the corresponding patch.

Configure the status of services related to the Windows Update Center

At the command line with elevated privileges, run the following commands in order:

  • SC configuration wuauserv start = auto
  • SC configuration bits start = auto
  • SC configuration cryptsvc start = auto
  • Start Config Config SC = auto installer

This ensures that the necessary services are available.

Disable Windows Developer mode

Another way to fix Windows 10 update error 0x80240034 or 0xc1900130 is to disable developer mode until you install the update. To do this:

  1. Go to Settings > Update and Security and select “For Developers” on the left.
  2. Select “Download apps” on the right.
  3. click Yes when you allow unpublished apps to be downloaded.
  4. Then go to Settings -> Applications -> Applications and Features > Manage Advanced Features.
  5. Click Windows Developer Mode, then click Uninstall.
  6. Restart your computer and try to install the update again.

That’s it! Let me know if this guide helped you by leaving a comment about your experience. Please like and share this guide to help others.