How to Repair: DISM `restorehealth` Error 0x800f081f

DISM error 0x800F081F probably occurs frequently on computers running the Windows 10 operating system. This specific error usually appears after running the “DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth” command to restore a Windows image. Usually, this command is used to fix some problems that occur with Windows Update.

The above command is typically used when you need to fix a Windows Server Update Service (alternatively WSUS) error. The RestoreHealth portion allows the system to name additional recovery sources that the DISM tool needs to perform the recovery task. However, if you encounter a DISM error 0x800F081F, it means that the built-in tool was unable to find the files in their default location that are needed to restore the Windows image online. The error message reads as follows: read more

How to Repair “System error 67 has occurred” in Windows 10

If you see the error message “System error 67 has occurred” when performing a network discovery scan on your computer, don’t worry. The problem is related to the network card driver in your computer. Updating the driver will solve the problem on your computer. Follow these initial workarounds to try simpler solutions to your problem.

What causes the message “System error 67 has occurred”? read more

How to Resolve Error 0x8004242d – Failed to Format Selected Partition

Error 0x8004242d is usually accompanied by the following error message: “Failed to format selected partition. Error: 0x8004242d” in a pop-up window during Windows installation. As a result, users are unable to format the disk partition and install the platform.

In this article, we will tell you how to solve partition formatting problems with DiskPart.

What causes the error message “Selected partition could not be formatted” (error 0x8004242d)?

  • The computer’s data cable is loose.
  • The installation drive has a corrupted file system error.
  • The drive controller or driver is out of date.
  • Your Windows system is incompatible with the mass storage controller or mass storage driver.
  • The hard disk drive on which you want to install Windows is a dynamic hard disk drive.

How to troubleshoot the error 0x8004242d – Failed to format selected partition?

Clean up the disk using Diskpart

Cleaning the disk with Diskpart can fix error 0x8004242d (but it removes data from the disk).

  1. To do this, open a command prompt by typing cmd in “Run” and press Ctrl + Alt + Enter.
  2. You can also open Command Prompt from the Windows installation window by clicking on Repair Computer -> Troubleshooting -> Command Prompt.
  3. Type diskpart at the command prompt and press Enter.
  4. Type list disk at the command prompt and press Return to display the list of disks.
  5. Type select disk x (replace x with the real disk number) at the command prompt and hit Enter.
  6. Make sure you select the correct disk, as clearing the disk will erase its data.
  7. Type clean all at the command prompt and press Enter.

Formatting a partition during Windows Setup

  1. Start the installation media. Specify your settings and click Install Now.
  2. Click I accept the license terms after reading the Microsoft software license terms.
  3. Then click Next.
  4. Click Custom (Advanced).
  5. Select Disk 0 Partition 1 and Delete.
  6. Then click OK when prompted.
  7. Repeat step 5 to delete partition 2 from disk 0.
  8. Then click New to create a new partition.
  9. Specify the disk size, and then click Apply.
  10. Click OK when prompted.
  11. Select Disk 0 Partition 2, and then click Format.
  12. Click OK when prompted.
  13. The formatting should be successful.
  14. You can click Next to reinstall Windows.

Both of the above methods may seem a bit complicated. Be very careful when using them, as all the actions are instantaneous and you will not be able to go back. read more

Fix: Blue Screen Error 0x00000109

If you are reading this article, you must have encountered error 0x00000109 (blue screen) when a critical structure has been damaged. There are many reasons for this error, such as installing a new program. Don’t worry, as all the sequences related to blue screen error code 0x00000109 are listed here. This will allow you to identify all the common causes and triggers of this error and follow the appropriate instructions and tips to get your system back up and running.

Blue screen error 0x00000109, also known as Critical Structure Damage, is a p.c. system error that causes the computer to shut down completely. When this happens, it means that the system kernel has detected data corruption or critical kernel code. The kernel is an important part of the operating system (OS). The main role of the kernel is to manage the hardware, especially the processor and RAM. The kernel is divided into two components: the monolithic kernel and the micro-kernel. The latter is responsible for regulating the main tasks of the system, while the monolithic kernel focuses on the various drivers. When a component is corrupted, it affects other components such as hardware, processor, RAM, and even drivers. read more

How to solve the “An error occurred while renewing interface Ethernet” problem

How to solve the "An error occurred while renewing interface Ethernet" problem

An error occurred while updating the Ethernet interface – failed to contact your DHCP server. If you try to run the command: IP config /renew, you may also get the error “unable to contact your DHCP server“. This means that your network card cannot contact the DHCP server for the new lease, which is used to get the new IP address.

When you try to lease, release, or extend an IP address, you may encounter the “unable to contact your DHCP server” error message. What should you do? Read this message from Windows Bulletin. You will find several effective methods of solving this problem. read more

Bug fix: The Mapped Drive is Disconnected After Rebooting

Bug fix: The Mapped Drive is Disconnected After Rebooting

A mapped network drive is one of the most useful things a computer user can do. Think of it as a storage device that is not technically integrated and not part of your installation, but allows you to store and access your data as if it were hosted locally. It works like a storage drive that you have full access to but is physically stored on another computer.

The ability to map devices is present in most modern computer setups – whether it’s computers or phones. These mapped drives are widely used by people to store files that take up a lot of space on a network with a lot of disk space, while still being able to use them locally. read more

Bugfix: Windows could not find regedit.exe

Windows could not find regedit.exe

Have you encountered an error that Windows can not find regedit.exe and you don’t know what to do? This short article explains some methods to solve your problem. Regedit is the file that runs the registry editor. The registry system contains information about installing, updating, and removing software or hardware from your PC.

Over time, the registry gets cluttered with information about incomplete installations or deletions, which can cause your PC to experience system slowdowns and the “Windows can’t find regedit.exe” problem. It is important not to ignore the problem and fix it as soon as possible. read more

How do I fix the “Windows cannot find Bin64 InstallManagerAPP.exe” message

Windows cannot find Bin64 InstallManagerAPP.exe

The file Bin64InstallManagerAPP.exe is a software component of the AMD (Advanced Micro Devices) Catalyst Control Center. It is closely related to installing and updating the AMD graphics driver. Recently, some users have been unable to update or install the AMD graphics driver because of this component. The full error message is as follows:

Windows cannot find “Bin64InstallManagerAPP.exe”. Make sure you entered the name correctly, and then try again.

There can be many reasons for this problem. The problem can occur due to corrupted system files, missing Windows updates, and other factors. Fortunately, the problem can be solved in the following ways. Let’s go through them one by one. read more