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Saved RDP Credentials Didn't Work in Windows - Fix it Now ?


This article covers how to resolve Saved RDP Credentials Didn't Work in Windows. Using a saved RDP credentials, the user doesn't need to enter the password each time to connect to the Remote Desktop. Basically, despite the fact that the RDP connection password is saved in the Credentials Manager, the system will not use it requiring the user to prompt the password.


To fix remote desktop credentials:

The credentials for the Windows Remote Desktop connection do not change automatically. 

The Network Adapter Troubleshooter will help check the flaws with the network (if any) and correct the same. 

  • Go to Start > Settings > Updates & Security > Troubleshoot. 
  • Select the Network Adapter Troubleshooter from the list.


To fix your credentials could not be verified on Windows:

  • Disable Microsoft Hello in Start->Settings->Accounts->Sign-in option or in local group policy.
  • Then restart the machine.
  • Log on with local admin account.
  • Re-enable the Windows Hello feature.
  • Configure the Pin as you need.

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Can't move the folder because there is a folder in the same location that can't be redirected


This article covers Steps to resolve Windows error, Can't move the folder because there is a folder in the same location that can't be redirected.


To resolve this error, try the following:

1. Open Registry Editor by pressing Windows logo+R then type "regedit". Press Enter.
2. Now head to this address:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\User Shell Folders

3. Locate a personal folder at the right panel that is displaying the error and double-click on it.
4. Replace the current value data with the corresponding Default Value in the below list:

Desktop - %USERPROFILE%\Desktop 
Favorites - %USERPROFILE%\Favorites 
Music - %USERPROFILE%\Music 
Pictures - %USERPROFILE%\Pictures 
Videos - %USERPROFILE%\Videos 
Documents - %USERPROFILE%\Documents 
Downloads - %USERPROFILE%\Downloads

Note the Corresponding registry key for the Downloads folder.
5. Click Ok to save the changes, close Registry Editor and restart the computer.


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DISM Error 0x800f0906 "The source file could not be downloaded"


This article covers methods to fix DISM Error 0x800f0906. Basically, the failure of the DISM command-line utility will lead us to the DISM Error 0x800f0906.
The DISM (Deployment Image Servicing and Management) command-line utility is an incredibly nifty little tool that can be used to service and repair a Windows installation.
The DISM.exe command failing can be a pretty significant issue, especially if this happens when you desperately need the utility to work its magic.
When the DISM command-line tool fails with error code 0x800f0906, the accompanying error message either states that the source files could not be downloaded or that the files required to repair the store could not be found.

To resolve DISM Error 0x800f0906:

Uninstall the KB3022345 Update
1. Press the Windows key on your keyboard to open the Start menu, and either click Control Panel, or type in Control Panel and open the result, depending on which version of Windows you’re using.
2. Switch to Icons view, in the top right corner of Control Panel, and open Programs and Features from the list.
3. On the left side, click on the View installed updates
4. You will see a search box in the top right corner, type KB3022345 to find the update with less effort.
5. When you've found it, right-click it, and choose
6. Once everything is done, reboot your device.

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The source file names are larger than is supported by the file system


This article covers methods to resolve Windows error "The source file names are larger than is supported by the file system". Most Windows users encounter this issue when trying to copy or delete a file on the computer and they may receive an error message saying Source Path Too Long with the explanation of the source file name(s) are larger than is supported by the file system.


This Windows error error happens mainly because one or more files that are kept in a series of subfolders that have long names, but Windows only allows 258 characters at most in the folder path subfolder.
This will prevent you from moving the files or folders that are saved in this folder.

To fix this windows error, try the following:

Delete the File/Folder by Bypassing the Recycle Bin
You know that when you delete files from your computer, these files will be first moved to the Recycle Bin and they will stay there until you delete them permanently.
i. Click on the file or folder that is bothered by the Source Path Too Long error.
ii. Press the SHIFT and Delete buttons at the same time to permanently delete the file or folder.

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Make Sure the File is an NTFS Volume and isn't in a Compressed Folder or Volume


This article covers methods to resolve Windows error "Make Sure the File is an NTFS Volume and isn't in a Compressed Folder or Volume" for our customers.
The first thing you should do to isolate the error is to change the path of the downloaded ISO file.
Sometimes, the error is triggered by the address of the ISO file for some reason in which case moving the file to another drive solves the problem.
Therefore, try changing the volume in which the ISO file is stored to fix your error.

Causes of this Windows error:

This error is not something new, however, there was a certain thing that made it trigger the most.

Following are the factors that usually cause it —


1. Windows 10 security update.

For most of the users, the error came into being after the release of KB4019472 Windows 10 update which happened to be a security update. This update made the error emerge for most of the users.


2. Location of ISO file.

In some cases, the error can be due to the location or path of the downloaded ISO file. In such a scenario, you will have to change the location.

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Windows error "The volume does not contain a recognized file system" - Fix it Now ?


This article covers methods to fix 'The volume does not contain a recognized file system' the Windows error for our customers.

What Caused The Volume Does Not Contain the Recognized File System Error ?

Here are some of the reasons that can cause the error occurs on devices:
1. System re-installation
2. Presence of virus or malware
3. Unsafe system shut down.
4. Failure of file system conversion
5. Deletion of essential system files by mistake
6. Presence of bad sectors
7. Users misapplication
8. Virus/Trojan infection
9. Insufficient power supply

To fix this Windows error:

1. Proceed to Start and click on My Computer or This PC.
2. Select that drive that is not accessible and then choose Properties by right-clicking it.
3. From the Properties window, select the Tool tab and click on the Check button from the Error checking.
4. Select the Scan Drive option.
Once the scanning process is complete, please go back to This PC or My Computer to check whether the drive is fixed or not.

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Enable Windows Lock Screen after Inactivity via GPO - How to do it


This article covers how to Enable Windows Lock Screen on domain computers or servers using Group Policy. Locking the computer screen when the user is inactive (idle) is an important information security element.
The user may forget to lock his desktop (with the keyboard shortcut Win + L) when he needs to leave the workplace for a short time.
If any other employee or client who is nearby can access his data. The auto-lock screen policy will fix this flaw.
After some time of inactivity (idle), the user's desktop will be automatically locked, and the user will need to re-enter their domain password to return to the session.

To enable lock screen with group policy:
1. Create a new GPO then edit it and go to:
Computer Config>Policies>Windows Settings>Security Settings>Local Policies>Security Options.
2. Find Interactive logon: Machine inactivity limit .
3. Set that to whatever time you want and it will lock the PC after it hits that timer.

To change my lock screen wallpaper using group policy:
1. Run GPEDIT. MSC.
2. Go this path "Computer Configuration\Policies\Administrative Templates\Control Panel\Personalization".
3. Enable the GP "Force a specific default lock screen image".
4. Specify the path to the image file.
5. Click OK.

To Find Windows 10's Spotlight Lock Screen Pictures:
1. Click View in File Explorer.
2. Click Options.
3. Click the View tab.
4. Select "Show hidden files, folders and drives" and click Apply.
5. Go to This PC > Local Disk (C:) > Users > [YOUR USERNAME] > AppData > Local > Packages > Microsoft.Windows.ContentDeliveryManager_cw5n1h2txyewy > LocalState > Assets.

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Steps to Run Program without Admin Privileges and to Bypass UAC Prompt


This article covers how to run a program without admin privileges. The trick to bypass UAC is to create a scheduled task (with highest privileges) for each program that you want to run, and then invoke the scheduled task item manually using schtasks.exe .

UAC helps keep your computer secure. If you reflexively disable UAC when setting up a computer, you should give it another try – UAC and the Windows software ecosystem have come a long way from when UAC was introduced with Windows Vista.


To  Eliminate UAC Prompts for Specific Applications:

1. In Task Scheduler, right-click "Task Scheduler Library" and select "New Folder" Name it whatever you would like.

2. Select the new folder and click "Create Task" (not "Create Basic Task")

3. Name the task something descriptive. ...

4. Under the Actions tab, select "Start a program" in the Action dropdown if it isn't already.


To bypass UAC administrator password:

1. Right-click Start button at left lower corner of PC, select Control Panel.

2. Click User Accounts and family Safety.

3. Click User Accounts.

4. Click Change your account type.

5. Enter Admin password and click Yes to continue.

6. Select Administrator as your new account type, and click Change Account Type.

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Remote session disconnected because there are no remote desktop license servers


This article covers how to resolve the error 'remote session disconnected because there are no remote desktop license servers'.


If the problems tend to be associated with the following user messages:

i. The remote session was disconnected because there are no Remote Desktop client access licenses available for this computer.

ii. The remote session was disconnected because there are no Remote Desktop License Servers available to provide a license.


Then, configure the RD Licensing service by following the steps below:

1. Open Server Manager and navigate to Remote Desktop Services.

2. On Deployment Overview, select Tasks, and then select Edit Deployment Properties.

3. Select RD Licensing, then select the appropriate licensing mode for your deployment (Per Device or Per User).

4. Enter the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of your RD License server, and then select Add.

5. If you have more than one RD License server, repeat step 4 for each server.


If the RD License Diagnoser lists other problems, such as "The RDP protocol component X.224 detected an error in the protocol stream and has disconnected the client," there may be a problem that affects the license certificates. Such problems tend to be associated with user messages, such as the following:

Because of a security error, the client could not connect to the Terminal server. After making sure that you are signed in to the network, try connecting to the server again.

In this case, refresh the X509 Certificate registry keys by following the steps given below:

To resolve this problem, back up and then remove the X509 Certificate registry keys, restart the computer, and then reactivate the RD Licensing server.

1. Open the Registry Editory and navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Terminal Server\RCM.

2. On the Registry menu, select Export Registry File.

3. Enter exported- Certificate into the File name box, then select Save.

4. Right-click each of the following values, select Delete, and then select Yes to verify the deletion:

i. Certificate

ii. X509 Certificate

iii. X509 Certificate ID

iv. X509 Certificate2

5. Exit the Registry Editor and restart the RDSH server.


To fix Remote session was disconnected because there are no Remote Desktop client access licenses:

1. You need to delete the following registry key:HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\MSLicensing.

2. If it doesn't work and you get the following error message: "The remote computer disconnected the session because of an error in the licensing protocol";

3. Then all you need to do is Right-Click on the Remote Desktop Connection icon and select "Run as Administrator".

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Unlock a file locked by any process or system - Do it now


This article covers how to unlock a file locked by any process or system. 

If everything goes correctly, you will fix this Windows problem without killing the process and – more importantly – without having to reboot the system.


To unlock a locked file in Windows 10?

1. Type the name of the locked file in the field, and click the Search button. 

2. Select the file from the search result. 

3. Behind the search window, in "Process Explorer," right-click the locked file, and select Close Handle to unlock it.


To Open a Locked File When Another Program Is Using It:

1. Close The Program That Is Using The Locked File.

2. Kill The Program Process Using Task Manager.

3. Turn Off The Preview Pane In File Explorer.

4. Toggle The Folder Process In File Explorer.

5. Launch & Close The Locked File.

6. Restart Your Windows Computer.

7. Use Command Prompt To Delete The File.

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Your system requires smb2 or higher Windows error - Fix it now


This article covers how to fix the Windows error 'Your system requires smb2 or higher'. SMB1 protocol is vulnerable and your system will give you a warning message saying that it requires SMB2. 

Most Windows 10 users reported Your system requires SMB2 or higher error message on their PC. 

SMB stands for Server Message Block, and it's a protocol for sharing files. The protocol has two versions, the SMB1, and the SMB2, and while both can be used, the latter is the more secure one.


To enable SMB2 on Windows 10:

Check if your system can install SMB2

1. Start PowerShell as administrator. Press the Windows Key+ X and select PowerShell (Admin).

2.Type Get-SmbServerConfiguration | Select EnableSMB2Protocol in the command prompt of the Window PowerShell and press Enter.

3. If your system can run SMB2 protocol, type windows features in the Search box and select Turn Windows features on or off.

4. Once the Windows Features window opens, check SMB1/CIFS File Sharing Support option and hit OK.

5. Restart your PC and check if the problem with SMB2 is resolved.


To enable SMB2 on Windows 10 using Powershell:

1. Start PowerShell as administrator. We already showed you how to do that in our previous solution.

2. Enter Set-SmbServerConfiguration –EnableSMB2Protocol $true and press Enter.

3. Press Y to confirm.

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Windows update error 0x800f0805 - Fix it now


This article covers methods to resolve windows update error 0x800f0805. 

Windows update error #0x800f0805 indicates that the Windows edition was not detected. Check that the specified image is a valid Windows operating system image. All you need to do is restart your computer and try to activate it again, and it should work.


Causes of #error 0x800f0805 in Windows Update:

1. Bugs in update delivery to your system – This means that there is no fault in your system, instead, the Microsoft servers are experiencing issues.

2. Corrupted Windows files


Methods to fix the #Windows error 0x800f0805:

1. Using Windows Troubleshooter 

This built-in feature can automatically identify and apply fixes to issues on your device.

2. Manually downloading and installing the update

We can use the official Microsoft Update Catalog to download and install system updates manually.

3. Using System File Checker (SFC)

4. Using DISM

We recommend using a DISM scan after using SFC.

5. Resetting Windows Update components

This method will reset the Windows Update.

6. Reset your PC

If none of the above methods worked, you can freshly reinstall your OS without losing any files or settings by using 'Reset this PC' feature.

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Windows update error 0xC190012E - Fix it now


This article covers methods to resolve Windows update error 0xC190012E.

This error generally happens when the user either tries to update their Windows operating system to Windows 10 v 1903 or when upgrading Windows 10 from insider preview for security reasons.


What triggers Windows Update Error 0xC190012E?

If the Windows Update is continuously failing to search for the Updates or are unable to install them due to error 0xc190012e then here is the problem that causing this error.

1. Missing Registry

2. No Internet accesses

3. An issue in Windows update service

4. Corrupt system files

5. Misconfiguration

6. Virus or Malware attack

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Broken trust relationship between workstation and domain - Fix it now


This article covers tips to fix the 'broken trust relationship between workstation and domain' problem.

The underlying problem when this error is seen is that the machine you are trying to access can no longer communicate securely with the Active Directory domain to which it is joined.


Method to fix The trust relationship between this workstation and the primary domain failed Windows issue:

To resolve this issue, remove the computer from the domain, and then connect the computer to the domain.

1. Use a local administrator account to log on to the computer.

2. Select Start, press and hold (or right-click) Computer > Properties.

3. Select Change settings next to the computer name.

4. On the Computer Name tab, select Change.

5. Under the Member of heading, select Workgroup, type a workgroup name, and then select OK.

6. When you are prompted to restart the computer, select OK.

7. On the Computer Name tab, select Change again.

8. Under the Member of heading, select Domain, and then type the domain name.

9. Select OK, and then type the credentials of the user who has permissions in the domain.

10. When you are prompted to restart the computer, select OK.

11. Restart the computer.

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The Windows Installer Service could not be accessed error - Fix it now


This article covers methods to resolve the Windows #Installer Service could not be accessed #error which occurs while we try to install a program in Windows or when you are running Windows in safe mode.

Windows Installer popups may be caused by Windows configuration issues, by Windows Update prompting you to install updates or by malware.


To fix #Windows installer error:

1. Click Start. , type services.

2. Right-click Windows Installer, and then click Properties.

3. If the Startup type box is set to Disabled, change it to Manual.

4. Click OK to close the Properties window.

5. Right-click the Windows Installer service, and then click Start.

6. Try to install or to uninstall again.


To fix error 1719 windows installer service could not be accessed:

1. Start the Windows Installer Service.

2. Stop and then Restart Windows Installer Service.

3. Reset the settings of Windows Installer Service in the registry.


To to Disable Windows Installer:

1. Log into Windows. Click the "Start" button.

2. Double-Click "Group Policy" in the left pane.

3. Expand the tree in the left side of the pane, "Local Computer Policy\Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates\Windows Components\Window Installer".

4. Double click "Disable Windows Installer.


To enable Windows Installer in Safe Mode:

1. Press Windows + R, type cmd, and press Ctrl + Shift + Enter to run CMD as administrator. 

2. Type the command net start msiserver in Command Prompt window, and press Enter to enable Windows Installer in Safe Mode in Windows 10.

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NTFS partition failed to mount


This article will guide you on methods to resolve NTFS partition failed to mount error. 

Causes of NTFS partition failed to mount error:

1. File system errors

After using #NTFS drive in #Windows you have detached it without removing it safely. Therefore NTFS journal has not been emptied from temporary streams.

To fix the problem:

i. Open Disk Utility under #Mac OS X. 

ii. You will find it in Applications – Utilities.

iii. Choose NTFS partition on the left and find First Aid tab on the right. 

iv. Under this tab you will find Verify Disk option. 

v. Run Verify and then Repair.

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Windows error 577


This article will guide you on different methods to fix Windows error 577. This error appears due to the issues with #Security Center that is an in-built Windows tool, which is set to scan the system on a regular basis and inform its user about a pending update, missing software, turned off antivirus, and similar issues.

To repair Windows startup:

1. Hold the Shift key down at the #Windows sign-in screen and press the Power button at the same time.

2. Continue holding the Shift key, then click Restart.

3. Once the PC restarts, it'll present a screen with a few options.

4. From here, click Advanced options.

5. In the Advanced options menu, choose Startup #Repair.

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Windows update error 0x800B0109


This article will guide you on steps to fix the #windows #update error 0x800B0109.

Windows error code #0x80070422 refers to an inability of Windows 7 to startup the Windows Update service so your computer can connect to the update servers at Microsoft.

Steps For Fixing #Error Code #0x800b0109:

1. Open Administrative Tools from Control Panel. Open Control Panel, type administrative tools in the search box, and then click Administrative Tools.

2. Double-click Services.  If you’re prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.

3. Right-click the Background Intelligent Transfer Service (BITS) service, and then click Properties.

4. On the General tab, next to Startup type, make sure that Automatic (Delayed Start) is selected.

5. Next to Service status, check to see if the service is started. If it’s not, click Start.

6. Click OK to close the #Properties dialog box.

7. Right-click the Windows Event Log service, and then click Properties.

8. On the General tab, next to Startup type, make sure that Automatic is selected.

9. Next to Service status, check to see if the service is started. If it’s not, click Start.

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Windows update error 0x80240023


This article will guide you on steps to fix #Windows #update #error #0x80240023 which usually triggers while updating the Windows #system.
When you encounter an error #message, reboot your #machine and try to run the updates again. If you haven't run Windows #Update for some time, then you might have to repeat this process several times before all updates have been installed.
To fix errors on Windows 10:
1. Make sure that your #device has enough space.
2. Run Windows Update a few times.
3. Check third-party #drivers and download any updates.
4. Unplug extra #hardware.
5. Check Device #Manager for errors.
6. Remove third-party security #software.
7. Repair hard-drive errors.
8. Do a clean restart into Windows.

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Perfmon Counters for CPU usage


This article will guide you on how to use #Perfmon Counters for CPU #Usage and #Optimization.
Monitoring #CPU #Performance #Counters:
1. System, #Counter: Processor Queue Length. This Performance Monitor counter displays the number of threads waiting to be executed in the queue, which all the processors on your system share.
2. Processor, Counter: % Processor Time.
3. Processor, Counter: Interrupts/sec and Performance Object; Processor, Counter: % DPC Time.

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Could not load file or assembly Microsoft ReportViewer WebForms


This article will guide you on ways to resolve Could not load #file or #assembly 'Microsoft.ReportViewer.WebForms' #error occurs when #ReportViewer files are missing from the #bin folder.
You need to reference both Microsoft.ReportViewer.WebForms and Microsoft.ReportViewer.Common and set the CopyLocal property to true. This will result in the dll's being copied to our bin #directory (both are necessary).

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Windows block remote network access for local user accounts


This article will guide you on ways to #restrict remote network access for a local user account.

To restrict local #accounts in #Windows 10,

Open the Settings app, then select Accounts. Select Family & other users. Scroll down to the Other Users section, then choose Add someone else to this PC. If the new user already has a #Microsoft account, enter the associated #email address, then click Next.

To restrict a Windows user:

1. Select Settings.

2. Tap Accounts.

3. Select Family & other users.

4. Tap "Add someone else to this #PC."

5. Select "I don't have this person's sign-in information."

6. Select "Add a user without a Microsoft account."

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Windows update encountered an unknown error 80072efe


This article will guide you on the different methods to get rid of #Windows #update encountered an unknown #error #80072efe.

You may get the error because there are corrupted files on your #computer. You can run System File Checker, which can scan and repair the corrupted issues, Close the Command Prompt window and restart your #computer. Then open Windows Update and see if the error is fixed.

To fix Windows Update encountered an unknown error:

1. Right click on the #taskbar and select Properties.

2. Click the Customize.

3. On the Notification Area Icons window, make sure Always show all icons and notifications on the taskbar is checked and click OK.

4. At this point, try running Windows Update again and the updates should begin to install properly.

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Windows update error 0xFFFFFFFF


This article will guide you on different methods to fix #Windows #error #0xFFFFFFFF. Windows 10 update comes with #BSOD, crashes and various sound and #printer problems. The solution here is to uninstall the patch and pause updates until it's been fixed.

To fix Windows Error Code 0xFFFFFFFF:

1. Fix System Errors. To remove all error from your system that issuing freezing, slower performance problem etc.

2. Remove #Malwares. It can remove #malwares, #virus, #Trojan from #PC which causes all kind of critical issue.

3. Improve Startup. 

4. Clean PC.

You can also fix WIndows Error #0x800705b4:

i. Run Windows #Updates Troubleshooter. 

ii. Run #SFC scan. 

iii. Delete Software Distribution Folder.

iv. Disable updates for other #Microsoft #products. 

v. Uninstall the Problematic Updates. 

vi. Download and Install Windows Updates Manually.

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Windows update encountered an unknown error 80072ee2


This article will guide you on different methods to resolve #Windows update encountered an unknown error 80072ee2 which occurs while Windows tries to search for Updates via Windows #Update. 

#Error #80072ee2 is a windows update error which is caused when the files on your system are corrupt or the updates are stuck. Before you continue with the fix below, make sure that your internet is working on the PC affected by this error since it will need to connect to the windows update servers to push updates back.

To fix Windows Update encountered an unknown error Code #80243004 – Windows Update encountered an unknown error:

1. Right click on the taskbar and select Properties.

2. Click the Customize.

3. On the Notification Area Icons window, make sure Always show all icons and notifications on the taskbar is checked and click OK.

4. At this point, try running Windows Update again and the updates should begin to install properly.

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Missing DLL files errors on Windows 10


This article will guide you on how to resolve #Windows Missing DLL files. A recent #application #installation sometimes overwrites an existing DLL file with an incompatible or invalid DLL file. A malicious #program has deleted or damaged a #DLL file.
To add a missing . DLL file to Windows:
i. Locate your missing . dll file at the DLL Dump site.
ii. Download the file and copy it to: "C:\Windows\System32".
iii. Click Start then Run and type in "regsvr32 name_of_dll. dll" and hit enter.

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The trust relationship between this workstation and the primary domain failed in Windows


This article will guide you on the methods to fix #Windows error "The trust relationship between this #workstation and the primary #domain failed" message which occurs when the session login is attempted through #RDP Remote Desktop Protocol, #ICA, or directly at the console. 

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Steps to remove Hidden Network Adapters in Windows


This article will guide you on the steps to remove Hidden Network Adapters in Windows which causes issues while assigning a previously used static IP address for a new network interface.

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0x80092004 NET Framework Install Error on Windows Server Quick fix


This guide will help you to fix "0x80092004: NET Framework Install" Error on Windows Server which occurs in the process of installing .NET Framework using online and offline installers on Windows Server.

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RDP outdated entry in the DNS cache How to fix it


This article will guide you the steps to fix "RDP outdated entry in the DNS cache" error in the process of establishing connection to the RDS farm running Windows Server 2008 R2 using the standard RD client.

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Deleted files keeps reappearing on desktop windows hot to fix


This article will guide you on how to fix deleted files keeps reappearing on desktop windows which occurs as a result of corrupted Recycle Bin folder on Windows.

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Remote desktop cannot verify the identity time or date difference between computer and remote computer


This guide will help to resolve error Remote desktop cannot verify the identity time or date difference between computer and remote computer which occurs while trying to connect to a remote server in the AD domain via RDP.

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WSUS Windows Error 0x80244010 How to fix it


This article will guide you on how to fix WSUS Windows Error 0x80244010 which occurs as a result of different reasons including, generic glitch, corrupt file in the WU temp folders and system file corruption.

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Remote Desktop error code 0x104 Steps to fix it


This article will guide you on how to fix Remote desktop error 0x104 which occurs while trying to connect to the target system on the same or a different network.

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Windows error code 0x80070005 How to fix it


This guide will guide you on the steps to solve windows error code 0x80070005 by applying different tips.

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Windows error 0199 security password retry count exceeded


This article will guide you on how to fix windows error 0199 by applying different methods.

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Windows update error 0x80240008 tips to fix


This article will help to fix "Windows update error 0x80240008" which implies that the Windows update we are trying to download has already been downloaded.

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Folder Keeps Reverting to Read Only on Windows 10 Process to fix


This article will guide you on the methods to fix "Folder Keeps Reverting to Read Only on Windows 10".

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Solution to Windows defender or security essentials error 0x80073b01


Windows defender or security essentials error 0x80073b01 means that there is an interference between Windows Defender and another security program present on the computer.

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Windows update error code 643 Different methods to fix


Windows update error code 643 generally happens when there is corruption in the .NET framework and in cases of software conflicts.

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Windows error code 0x800706ba


This article will help to fix "Windows error code 0x800706ba" which occurs in the process of updating Windows 10.

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Windows error code 0x800f0922 how to fix it


This article will help you tackle Windows error code 0x800f0922 which occurs due to the absence of some crucial Dot Net features on the computer, low System Reserved partition space, and failure to connect to the Microsoft Windows Update server.

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Windows Update Error 0x8007012f


This article will guide you on how to fix Windows Update Error 0x8007012f which occurs when you try to install any kind of Windows update.

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Windows Error 0x80073712


This guide will help to solve Windows error 0x80073712 which is usually triggered due to a damaged Windows component store and makes security updates to fail.

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How to fix CHKDSK stuck when scanning and repairing a drive on Windows


Methods to fix CHKDSK stuck issue which occurs when the hard drive file system is corrupted or in cases when there are bad sectors and fragment files on the disk.

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A fix to Windows Socket Error 10060


Windows Socket error 10060 is a connection error experienced while using proxy and when the connection cannot  process with the expected time.

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Solve error Windows has detected file system corruption on disk


Four (4) Method to fix "Windows has detected file system corruption" System restore error.

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