Solved Can't update Windows 10 after system restoration

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WASD12345

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Hi everyone! I have recently restored my Windows 10 Lenovo laptop and now it won't update to the last Windows 10 update. Please help me! Ask whatever you want!
 

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Hi and welcome to TSG.

Type WINVER into the the search/cortana area and then press Enter and tell us the full Windows version it shows please.

Also what is the KB number of the update that will not install ?
 

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Thanks for the screenshots. Is the update stuck at 79% ?
 

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No it's going to 100% and then it's a error code, I restart computer, disables antivirus, restore it and so on. I gonna find the error code and post it for you. Thanks for the fast reply!

Edit: just need to wait for the update to get "complete" :)

Edit 2: I'm tired and gonna sleep now, more information comes probably tomorrow, no need to hurry with this problem right now! Have a great time and maybe see you tomorrow!!
 
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WASD12345

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Okay, so when I run the Windows 10 update assistant it says the error code: 0x800706522
 

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I think you have an extra 2 at the end of the error code, is it actually 0x80070652 ?

Try using Windows Update instead of the Windows Update Assistant.
 

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Yeah that's possible. I think it works now (the update) but I'm not sure, gonna check that tomorrow (gonna sleep now)! Thanks for all the help!
 
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