The Error code 0x80200056 generally appears when you had signed out of computer or mistakenly restarted your system, causes an interruption while the upgradation process. In order to fix this error code you have to start over and perform the upgrade again. You have to make sure that your computer is plugged in to a power source throughout the upgradation process.
Common signs of the error code include
• Microsoft Windows 10 upgrade is unsuccessful
• Dialog box appears with the error code 0x80200056
• After completing the installation of Windows10, users are unable to open any application.
Causes of Error code 0x80200056
You may encounter this error code because of number of problems. Some common reasons are,
• This error generally occurs while you accidently restart you system during the upgrade process or by mistake signed out of your system.
• During the upgrade process of Windows 10, time and date are change.
• Third party software also causes this error message during the Windows 10 upgrade.
• You may also encounter this error because of corrupted system files on your system.
The above causes don’t completely affect the process on your computer but it does stop the download or upgrade from functioning properly. If you are getting the error message with 0x80200056 error code then you should have to contact with Microsoft Support before this problem resultant to any terrible crash.
How to Fix windows 10 Error Code 0x80200056
Here are some methods to fix this update error code.
Method 1: If you accidently signed out of your PC or restarted it during the upgrade process.
- To avoid another accidental restart, you have to make sure that your laptop or computer is plugged in.
- Turn on your system and close the entire needless program.
- Try to start the upgrade process again.
Method 2: The given solution will apply if the third party software interference, date and time change or there is any corrupted file on your system as these all are the general causes of the error code.
• First click on “Start” button and select “CMD” option.
• After then click on “Command Prompt” and select “Run as Administrator”.
• In command prompt, paste the command “bitsadmin.exe/reset/allusers” and press Enter.
• Restart you system and again start the upgrade process.
• Click on “Start” icon and select “CMD”.
• After then, select “Run as Administrator” and enter the password if asked.
• In the command prompt, enter the command “sfc/scannow” and press Enter.
• Do not close the command prompt window until the upgrade process the complete.
• The scans will display if you have any corrupted or missing files on your system. You will receive a message saying “Windows Resource Protection could not perform the requested operation” or “Windows Resource Protection did not find any integrity violation”
• The first message indicates that you have any corrupted files whereas if you receive the second message, then your files are fine.
• Restart your system in Safe Mode in order to repair the disjointed files and reopen the command prompt windows.
• In the command prompt winnow, enter the “sfc/scannow” command and press Enter.
• After the scan is run again, you will receive the message saying that the files are repaired successfully.
• After then, again restart you system in normal mode and start the Microsoft 10 upgrade process.
If you are still unable to fix the error code 0x80200056 after applying the above methods then you can use PC Repair Tool which is designed specially to deal with computers errors. You don’t need any manual method to use this software. You just have to simply install and run it as this software has the ability to detect any error automatically. this tool is really easy to use and resolve any type of system errors, restore settings, cleans Windows registry and also acts as a guard to tune, maintain and run PC smoothly with maximum speed.