If you have installed the latest update of Windows 10 (Creators update) without any problem or error then you are very lucky.
Installing this update is as difficult as buying a perfect gift for your girlfriend.
A large percentage of Windows 10 users are not able to download the Creators Update.
There are several errors, that can appear when user try to download/install this update, among all the errors a most common error is “Not enough disk space for installing Windows 10 Creators Update”.
It appears because of the low disk storage. But sometimes it also appears on the system that already has enough free space on their HDD.
Any computer or laptop needs at least 16 GB to download and activate Windows 10 Creators Update.
This issue generally occurs due to a bug that shows MEMORY ERROR and STUCK the system.
How to Fix Not Enough Disk Space for Creators Update?
In order to fix “Not enough disk space for Creators Update” problem you need to do is – follow the below-given tricks.
Reset BITS to Get Rid of Not enough disk space for Creators Update
BITS or Background Intelligent Transfer Service is one of the important Windows Update components.
The main task manage by BITS is to supervise the transfer of data from the Windows Servers to any computer system.
And when BITS get failed then system displays system memory related errors.
In order to overcome from this situation, you need to reset this service manually via Command Prompt.
You can also use Windows Update Troubleshooter and fix Not enough disk space for Creators Update.
Download this troubleshooter from Microsoft’s official webpage:
Get it For Windows 10
Once this command finishes the troubleshooting process, reboot your PC/Laptop and try updating again.
Remove Temporary files with Disk Cleanup
Go with the built-in Windows tool known as Disk Cleanup in order to delete all temporary files.
Go to the Search option of your Windows 10 system and type Disk Cleanup.
Select Disk Cleanup from the search result and choose the system partition (where the OS is installed, generally C:\).
After it, click on “Clean up system files” option and you need to choose the system partition again.
You need to check the checkboxes placed along with the Temporary files and Temporary Windows Installation files.
Once this process gets completed, reboot your PC.
Try to install Creators Update again.
Remove Creators Update installation files
Apply the below-given steps in order to get rid of the installation files:
Open the command prompt with the admin privilege.
Type or Simply copy paste the given commands and press Enter after each:
- net stop wuauserv
- net stop bits
After it, go to C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution and remove everything inside.
Again execute the below-given command on the Command Prompt. Hot enter after every command:
net start wuauserv
net start bits
At last, exit from the Command Prompt and restart your system. After rebooting, try to update to Creators Update again.
Try to Upgrade with Media Creation Tool
You should go with any alternative method to install Windows 10 Creators update.
Upgrading to the newest patch you should take help of Media Creation Tool and steady bandwidth.
Simply, download the Media Creation Tool from here.
After download Media Creation tool you need to follow the guide, this will help you to install Windows 10 Creators update without facing any type of error.