How to Troubleshoot ‘A Device Attached to The System is Not Functioning’ on Windows 10

“Device connected to the system is not working” is a Windows 10-specific error that appears in the form of a pop-up window. You can easily close it by clicking the X button in the upper right corner of the pop-up window.

It usually appears when the PC is connected to an external hard drive, USB port, or other device. In this case, the error simply tries to tell the PC user that the external device is not working properly and needs maintenance.

However, the “Device connected to the system is not working” error message often appears on Windows 10 PCs and laptops that do not have an external device connected to them. It can occur when you try to open a .exe, .doc, .png file, or other file types. Sometimes it interferes with copying files from the desktop to another folder or vice versa. read more

How to Repair “Invalid value for registry” Error when Viewing JPEG Images

If you’ve ever encountered a situation where you can’t open JPEG images on your Windows system, you may be familiar with the “Invalid registry value” error. This is a standard Windows operating system error that often occurs after upgrading Windows to a newer version.

For example, if you previously used Windows 8 and then upgraded to Windows 10, you may encounter the “Invalid Registry Value” error when opening JPEG images using Windows Photo Viewer.

In this article, we will cover each method to prevent and fix this error in your Windows operating system. read more

How to Resolve “The set of folders cannot be opened” Error in Outlook

This guide provides instructions for fixing the following error in Microsoft Outlook: “Microsoft Outlook cannot be started. The Outlook window cannot be opened. A set of folders cannot be opened. The server is unavailable. Contact your administrator if this condition persists.

The Outlook error message “Cannot open folder” can occur in all versions of Outlook and appears when the Outlook PST data file is corrupted. To solve the problem, perform Outlook data file recovery by following the instructions below. read more

Troubleshooting Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library Error on Windows 10 PC

The Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime error appears from time to time. It occurs when software installed on your computer conflicts with one or more Microsoft Windows components.

Fortunately, there are fairly simple solutions to fix the problem: you need to reinstall Visual C++ or find out which Windows process is not working with your software. With a little time and patience, your computer will run smoothly again.

What causes Microsoft Visual C++ runtime library error?

This error can be caused by installing new software, and was reported after installing the latest Windows updates. The most likely cause is missing or corrupted Visual C++ runtime library components. read more

How to Repair: Cannot Create New Folder in Windows 10 PC

Folders are an important part of the organization process on your computer. They allow you to group similar files and keep them in one place. This feature provides easy navigation for users who want to find and use one file among many others. However, you can lose this advantage if you cannot create new folders in Windows 10.

To create a new folder, you need to follow a simple procedure. Simply right-click on an empty area, select New and select the New Folder option from the context menu. However, if you are unable to create a folder in the standard way, there may be several reasons for this problem. read more

Troubleshooting the Error: A required privilege is not held by the client (Error 0x80070522)

Error 0x80070522: User does not have the required permissions usually appears when a user tries to copy or change a file that should not be changed. Sometimes this error also appears when trying to add a new file to the root folder.

This is good in that it serves as a warning before making changes to the operating system. However, there are times when you just want to copy a file to a specific folder without any restrictions. In this case, you will have to bypass error 0x80070522: The user does not have the necessary permissions. read more

How to Resolve Microsoft Word Stopped Working in Windows 10 PC

As Microsoft Office has grown in popularity, its applications, such as Word, have gained favor with users around the world. However, the more users, the more problems. “Microsoft Office Word stopped working” is one of the major problems for many worried Word users.

When the “Microsoft Word has stopped working” error occurs, you usually have two options: you can look for a solution online or close the application. If you choose to close the application, you may encounter the problem of Microsoft Word not opening. read more

How to Resolve: You need permission to perform this action

Windows requires permissions for actions you perform on your computer. But it’s your computer, isn’t it? So, why do you need permission to access certain files and folders? There are several related answers.

Windows want to protect you from accessing certain files because changing them can damage the operating system. Therefore, if your Windows user account does not have the right permissions, you will not be able to access certain files or folders.

In this case, you will get an error message “You must have permission to perform this action“. This is frustrating, of course. But here are some very effective solutions to fix this error. read more

How to Repair: Uninstalling SkypeHost.exe in Windows 10 PC

SkypeHost.exe is an executable file belonging to the Microsoft Skype process, which is developed by a Microsoft software developer with Microsoft Skype Preview. If the SkypeHost.exe process is important in Windows 10, you should be careful when removing it. Sometimes the SkypeHost.exe process may put too much load on the CPU or GPU. If it is a malware or virus, it may run in the background.

The .exe extension of the SkypeHost.exe file indicates that it is an executable file for Windows operating systems such as Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10. Malware and viruses are also transmitted through exe files. Therefore, we should be sure before running an unknown executable file on your computer or laptop. read more

PowerPoint Won’t Play Audio Or Video in Windows PC

Some of the problems that can occur with Microsoft’s PowerPoint application are audio and video issues. PowerPoint users sometimes report that recipients can’t play the presentation when sending it by email. It simply refuses to load. While this problem is rare, in some cases it can be troubling.

Why is the audio or video media not playing in PowerPoint?

In most cases, PowerPoint cannot play multimedia slides because of file format compatibility issues. However, there may be other reasons as well.

  • The audio or video file format is not supported by PowerPoint.
  • Lack of video/audio codec in Windows 10.
  • The size of the PowerPoint video file is too large.
  • Too many special effects in the embedded video file
  • The added video file is corrupted
  • Bad Internet connection if the linked video does not play on the PPT slide.
  • An operating system error or unknown background software conflict may prevent PowerPoint from playing video or audio files.

How to repair PowerPoint not playing audio or video files?

Delete the TEMP folder

The TEMP folder stores many temporary files that can interfere with PowerPoint. Therefore, if you are sure you are using the correct formats and have all the necessary codecs installed, try deleting this folder. read more

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