How to Fix Windows 10 Language Pack Error 0x800f0954

Windows 10 Language packs are very convenient, but some of the users are complaining that they are facing the Language Pack error 0x800f0954 on their computers. In this article, you will get to know how to fix Windows 10 language pack error 0x800f0954.

Here’s how to fix Windows 10 language pack error 0x800f0954

  • Changing Wi-Fi settings
  1. Click on the text field given in the Search box.
  2. Enter Wi-Fi settings to go to the wireless network.
  3. Choose the name of the right connection.
  4. Disable the metered connection by turning off the option.
  5. You need to wait till you get the We’re installing new features text.
  6. After that, press on it.
  7. You need to wait till you get the install option.
  8. Enable the metered Wi-Fi network.
  • Editing Wuauserv settings
  1. Click on the Windows and R keys together.
  2. It is given on the system keyboard.
  3. It will launch the run prompt box.
  4. Enter regedit in the search bar.
  5. Click on the Enter option.
  6. It will open the Registry Editor menu.
  7. After that, press on the Yes option.
  8. Go to the location mentioned below:


  1. Search for the registry button which is UseWUServer.

10.After that, start changing the value into 0.

  1. Exit from the registry menu.
  2. Press on the Start menu.
  3. Click on the Search bar.
  4. Enter cmd in the search bar.
  5. Find, and you need to right-click on the cmd button.
  6. It is located on the results.
  7. After that, select the Run as administrator option.
  8. Enter these commands which are mentioned below:

net stop bits

net stop appidsvc

ren C:WindowsSoftwareDistribution SoftwareDistribution.old

ren C:WindowsSystem32catroot2 catroot2.old 

net start bits

net stop cryptsvc

net start appidsvc

net start cryptsvc

net start wuauserv

net stop wuauserv

  1. Return to the Region and Language settings tab located on the computer.
  2. You need to try to download the language pack which you are not able to install.
  • Additionally:
  1. Search for the UseWUServer option.
  2. Press and start editing the DWORD value to the greater than 0.
  3. By going to the cmd type, you need to go through the command mentioned below:
  4. Net start wuauserv
  5. Net stop wuauserv
  6. Exit from the cmd menu.
  7. Start the system again.
  • Adding the pack manually
  1. Press on the Start option.
  2. Press on the Settings tab.
  3. Select the Time and Language option.
  4. Click on the Region and Language settings tab.
  5. Click on the Add a Language option.
  6. After that, select the folder as per your wish.
  7. Go through the guidelines mentioned on the screen.

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Source: Windows 10.





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