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The latest Windows 10 update adds several new features to the Windows 10 operating system and also addresses many issues with new updates. Some users complain that they get an error notification when they are trying to update the latest version. If you are also facing the “Your Device Is Not Ready” error, then you need to go through this article. In this article, we have mentioned how to fix the issue “Your Device Is Not Ready” through easy and convenient methods.
In this article, we have mentioned five possible solutions to fix your device are not ready for it windows 10 version 2004 in straightforward and convenient ways:
- Update Display Driver
- Disable Memory Integrity
- Use DISM Tool
- Use VPN Tools
- Reset your computer
Update Display Driver
If you are using the previous version then first you need to update your driver. Updates can fix many bugs and error from the device. Always ensure that your operating system has the latest driver and updates installed on it, especially for graphics.
Disable Memory Integrity
Here are the steps on how to disable memory integrity:
- Tap on “Start” button.
- Launch the “Settings.”
- Tap on “Updates and Security.”
- Click “Windows Security” and then tap on “Device Security.”
- Now, tap on the “Core Isolation” option.
- Now toggle the “Memory Integrity” settings to disable it.
- After the above process, you need to restart your operating system and then check the issue resolved.
Use DISM Tool
Here are the steps on how to fix Windows update via DISM tool:
- Launch Start.
- In the search field type “Command Prompt,” right tap on the first result appears on your screen and then tap on “Run as administrator” button.
- In the command-line enter the command “dism /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth” and then tap “Enter” button on your keyboard.
- After the above process, the required files will be resolved, and then you need download and install Windows 10 version 2004 updates.
Use VPN Tools
Here are the steps on how to fix Windows update via VPN tool:
- Tap on the Network logo in the taskbar.
- Tap on VPN connection.
- Tap on “Disconnect” tab.
- The above process will work when you are using Windows 10 VPN settings. Now you need to restart your operating system and then check the issue resolved.
Reset Your Computer
Reset computer is one of the best solutions to fix any issue; it can repair all the problems related to your Windows 10 operating system. Remember that when you fail to resolve the issue by above troubleshooting options, and then you need to restart your computer. While restarting your PC you can lose your data and files stored on your operating system so first, you need to get backup of entire data and files from your device to another source like Google Drive or External driver.