Speaking of which, Windows 10 error 0xC1900101 is a driver-oriented problem. Sometimes, the drivers are not fully updated with the upgrade of the OS, or sometimes they are incompatible with the new OS environment.
Users have reported that as soon as the OS installation reaches 100%, the system starts rebooting itself again and again without your command displaying you the error codes 0XC190010. To be precise, it is not a single error code but a series of error codes occurring according to the differing driver issues.
Here is a list of 0XC190010 errors that occur due to driver incompatibility:
- 0xC1900101 – 0x2000c
- 0xC1900101 – 0x20004
- 0xC1900101 – 0x20017
- 0xC1900101 – 0x40017
- 0xC1900101 – 0x30018
- 0xC1900101 – 0x3000D
- 0xC1900101 – 0x4000D
The guide cum article here will guide you through certain methods which can help you fix this error. Just follow the guidelines, and stop worrying unnecessarily.
Table of Contents:
- Update or Uninstall Corrupted Drivers
- Run an SFC Scan
- Upgrade your BIOS
- Uninstall Anti-Virus
- Uninstall Problematic Apps
Solutions #1: Update or Uninstall Corrupted Drivers
Many times, if your files or drivers remain unused they get damaged or corrupted in time. In such a situation, it is highly necessary to update these corrupted drivers. But first, you need to locate those damaged driver files in your system.
Follow the guidelines given below to do that:
Step 1. First enter the local C: Disk.
Step 2. Now find out the “Panther” folder and click on it.
Step 3. Now from the next Window, click on “Setuperr.log” and “Setupact.log” and it will open up the troubling damaged drivers.
NOTE: Remember you have to take ownership first to access these files.
Step 4. Uninstall the corrupted drivers from the two file options.
Now you can use any third-party tool like TweakBit Driver Updater to update the uninstalled drivers, or you can manually let the computer look for the updates online.
Solution #2: Run an SFC Scan
There are certain system files which when get corrupted can also trigger this error to occur. Now running a scan using the System File Checker (SFC) tool can solve this problem quickly.
So this is how you do it:
Step 1. In the start menu search bar, type “Command prompt”.
Step 2. Right-click on the cmd option from the search result, and choose “Run as administrator” to launch it with admin privileges.
Step 3. As soon as the black dialogue box of cmd opens up, enter the following command and hit “Enter”:
Step 4. The scanning will take some time depending upon the volume of system files.
As soon as the scanning is done, the problem is most likely to be resolved.
But, if it is persisting, don’t bother. Read the next solution.
Solution #3: Upgrade your BIOS
One of the greatest alternative to sort out this issue is to upgrade the BIOS.
According to experts, updating certain drivers or utilities is not possible if you have outdated BIOS.
But don’t try to do this task all by yourself if you are not adept with Windows OS. Upgrading the system BIOS is extremely a dangerous feat. If anything goes wrong by the slightest inch, it can deem your computer to total damage. So better take expert advice or consult a technician.
Solution #4: Uninstall Anti-Virus
Reportedly it has been seen that with many users the problem is caused due to the third-party antivirus tool in their system. And if you are getting the 0xC1900101 continuously, you should immediately uninstall the antivirus.
Apart from uninstalling the antivirus, you need to completely remove all the registry entries and files associated with your antivirus software.
There are plenty of ways to do this. The best of all is to download the dedicated removal tool and to run it to eradicate the antivirus along with its files once and for all.
Solution #5: Uninstall Problematic Apps
There are certain apps which are heavier in size and are not much frequently used. So these third-party applications can interfere with your Windows update procedure and the error 0xC1900101 may display.
According to certain forum analysis and users commentaries, applications like Acronis True Image and Trusteer Rapport are hugely responsible for 0xC1900101 error to occur. So get rid of them immediately from your system.
The 5 solutions explained here in this article are commonly tried fixes. If you want to go some extra miles, you can disable your LAN card in the BIOS because peripheral devices like wireless adapter, may sometimes trigger this issue. You can also use the Media creation tool to complete the upgrade process.
If nothing of these solutions work out as expected, look for a capable technician.
For more information regarding Windows errors, read our website’s other Windows error related articles.