Restarting your computer is required before updating can continue
However, you can quickly try to resolve this problem using the troubleshooter to reset the Windows Update components.
Note that you can also use the troubleshooter to reset your network adapter using the Windows Networking Diagnostics option. If you receive error 0x80245006, it means that a file needed by Windows Update is damaged or missing.
More often than not, the reason for an installation failure can be traced to outdated device drivers, software conflicts, and custom configurations that prevent you from getting the new version.
While using the Media Creation Tool to upgrade to Windows 10, the tool gets stuck downloading additional updates before the installation process.Use the Disk Cleanup tool available with the OS to free up space on your hard drive.Quick Tip: If you can't free up enough space, you can connect a USB flash drive of at least 8GB to your computer, and Windows 10 will detect and use it as temporary storage to successfully install the update.Solution 1: If there is a problem connecting to the Windows Update servers, the problem could be that you're using a VPN connection.You can quickly fix this issue by disconnecting your current VPN session and trying to update again.