Error 0x80200056 can be caused by a number of common problems. This error 0x80200056 generally caused by a change in date and time during the Microsoft Windows 10 upgrade, if you have corrupted system files on your PC, third party software conflicts or during upgrade process, you accidentally restarted your PC or inadvertently signed out of your PC. None of these caused should overtly affect the operation of your PC, but merely prevent the upgrade and/or download from functioning correctly.
There were problems installing some updates, but we’ll try again later. if you keep seeing this and want to search the web or contact support for information, this may help:
<Update name of Window 10> – Error 0x80200056
Fix error 0x80200056
Step 1: Attempt to update again, you should be able to run the upgrade successfully without future issue. (make sure that you close unnecessary programs and internet properly).
Step 2: Click Start icon and type CMD (command prompt).
Step 3: Right click on CMD and choose run as administrator.
Step 4: Type the command “bitsadmin.exe /reset /alluser” into CMD and press Enter.
Step 5: Restart your PC and attempt the update again.
Step 6: if still have same problem open CMD.
Step 7: Type prompt- “sfc/scannow” and press Enter.
Step 8: Do not close the CMD until the entire process is complete.
Step 9: The scan will determine if you have any missing or corrupted files. You will receive a message that says either: “Windows Resource Protection did not find any integrity violations” or “Windows Resource Protection could not perform the requested operation“.
Step 10: If you received the 1st message, then your files are fine, The 2nd message indicates that there are file corruption issues. to repaid the disjointed files, restart your PC in Safe Mode, and reopen the CMD.
Step 11: Type “sfc/scannow“. and press Enter.
Step 12: You will receive a message files have been successfully repaired.
Step 13: Restart your PC in normal mode and start upgrade again.