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Fix Windows 10 Upgrade Error 8007001F – 0x3000D

This guide help you to fix Windows 10 Upgrade Error 8007001F – 0x3000D on Windows 10/ 8.1/8 and Windows 7 operating systems. When you try to upgrade Windows 10 version 1809 through media creation tool, upgrades stops in the middle of the installation and revert back to the previous Windows version. This topic also discussed and resolved in Microsoft community here.

RECOMMENDED: Fix this issue in 3 simple steps. Takes only 2 minutes.
1) Download repair utility.
2) Install program and click Scan button.
3) Click Fix Errors button when scan is completed.
4) Restart your computer.

Quick Note: Before you start upgrading Windows 10 1809 version unplug all external devices, except mouse and key board. Unplug printer, scanners, hard disk drives, cameras, etc. Also disable anti-virus software. Refer below guides.

Follow below links to disable, uninstall or reinstall antivirus software from your computer

Windows 10 Upgrade Error 8007001F – 0x3000D

What is causing the Windows 10 Upgrade Error 8007001F – 0x3000D

When Windows completing the installation and migrating the user profiles, this error appears FIRST_BOOT phase with an error during MIGRATE_DATA operation, if Windows is unable to update user profiles. This is usually happens due to insufficient registry permission for user profiles in registry and multiple duplicate user profiles, Also if you are on domain network. In case if you are on domain network take help of your computer Administrator.

How to Fix Windows 10 Upgrade Error 8007001F – 0x3000D

Quick Note: Before making any changes in your computer, we suggest you to create a System Restore point, so that you can restore back your computer to previous working state if something goes wrong.

Step 1: Delete Duplicate user profiles.

  • Press Windows + R key to bring Run command
  • Type as regedit press enter.
  • Navigate this path : HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\ CurrentVersion\ProfileList
  • You have to delete invalid or duplicate profiles here. Refer the below guide for step by step instructions.

Note: Back up the registry before you modify it. Then, you can restore the registry if a problem occurs. For more information about how to back up and restore the registry, refer the following  Microsoft Knowledge Base: How to back up and restore the registry in Windows.

Link: Delete invalid user profiles from registry

Step 2: Reset Windows permissions to default.

Check this guide to learn how to run SUBCL and reset Windows files and permissions on Windows 10.

Step 3: Refresh or Reset Windows 10.

Refresh or Reset your computer to reregister all Windows files. It will reset your computer settings to Windows default.

  1. Refresh Windows 10 without erasing data.
  2. Clean reset Windows 10
  3. Clean install Windows 10 from USB bootable media.

Learn more about Windows 10 version 1809 errors.

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