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What is an error 0x800703ee? How to correct the error 0x800703ee? This article will give you some answers.
Many computer users report that they have encountered an error 0x800703ee when trying to copy files from the PC to an external storage device or from an external storage device to the PC when burning a disc or updating Windows 10.
There are several causes that lead to the error 0x800703ee. Possible causes include incorrect configuration files, damage to the file system, registry, incompatible drivers, antivirus programs, etc.
In addition, error code 0x800703ee may prevent users from copying files or installing and updating Windows. So how can I correct the error 0x800703ee? One of the following methods can help to solve this problem.
Remove and install all USB controllers.
To remove and reinstall all USB controllers, do the following:
- Click Start, click Run, type sysdm.cpl in the Open box, then click OK.
- Click on the Hardware tab.
- Click on the Device Manager button.
- Develop the universal serial bus controller.
- Right-click each device under the Universal Serial Bus Controller node, then click Uninstall to remove it one at a time.
- Restart the computer, then reinstall the USB controllers. The latest version of the motherboard will use the manufacturer’s website.
- Connect the removable media, then test if the problem is solved.
Format Drive in NTFS
In general, if we transfer a single file larger than 3.5 or 4 GB and use the fat32 format, this error occurs.
Try to format your USB stick in NTFS format as follows:
- Select your USB key with a left click in the menu of my computer.
- Right-click and select Format.
- Select File System: NTFS, then click Start.
After the format, try to copy your.
Enabling Windows backup and volume shadow copy
Another possible reason why you might encounter the error 0x800703EE is that one or both Windows services are disabled:
- Windows Backup
- Volume shadow copy
This is the case when both services are disabled – either by manual user intervention or by other third-party software (most likely a RAM optimization application). In this case, you can solve the problem by changing the status of both services to Automatic from the Services screen.
Disk partitioning is very dangerous and any error results in a loss of data, but this is not always the case. Make a full backup of all relevant data before taking any action.
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