Fix Internet Troubleshooter Error 0x80300113



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The error code 0x80300113 appears when users try to solve an Internet connection problem after having problems connecting or maintaining an Internet connection. After the system restarts, the Internet connection usually works, but the problem reappears after a few minutes.

Starting cryptographic services with the Service Manager

This is the most common solution and should solve the problem immediately, because if the cryptographic services process is not executed in the background, your troubleshooting will not work. To enable cryptographic services:”.

  1. Press the Windows and R keys simultaneously to launch the RUN dialog box. Type services.msc and press Enter. The Service Manager opens.
  2. Scroll through the list and double-click Cryptographic Services. Its start type will be set to MANUAL on your system.
  3. Set the start type to Automatic. Also click Start to start this service immediately if it is not running. Click Apply and OK to save the changes.
  4. Apply the changes and restart your PC. Your problem should be solved now and the troubleshooting should work fine, but if it doesn’t work, try some of the other solutions in this article.

Make sure you are connected to the Internet.

Regardless of whether you are running Internet Troubleshooting or a similar utility, it is important to start the utility AFTER you have connected to an Internet network. You must be connected to a network so that the Internet mechanic can try to solve the problem.

So, if you encounter error code 0x80300113 immediately after launching the utility, go to your toolbar and click on the network icon to see if you are currently connected to a network.

If your PC / laptop is not connected to a network (via a Wi-Fi or Ethernet cable), connect it to a network before attempting to troubleshoot it again.

Temporarily disable the UAC (User Account Control)



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If the above solution does not work for you, try disabling the UAC in your Windows by following these steps:

1. Open the Control Panel and click on the User Accounts icon.

2. click on the link “Change user account control settings”.

3. the “Change User Account Control Settings” window opens. Drag the cursor down (Never notify) and accept the changes.

Run System File Checker

sfc-command

You know that System File Checker (SFC) is a Windows 10/8/7 utility that allows you to search for and recover errors in Windows system files. Some users say that it is useful to solve their problems with an SFC scan.

Sometimes, when Windows files are corrupted, some Windows troubleshooter may stop working with the message, “An error occurred during the troubleshooting. Here you can follow the instructions to correct this error.

Step 1: Run the command prompt as administrator.

Step 2: In the CMD window, type sfc /scannow and press Enter.

Step 3: The SFC analysis starts. Note that the analysis may take some time. Therefore, wait patiently until the system analysis is complete.

Once the analysis is complete, you can exit the CMD interface. You can then use the troubleshooting function on the Troubleshooting page to see if the error persists. If the problem recurs or SFC does not work, you can use DISM analysis instead.

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