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

How to Resolve Amifldrv64.sys BSOD when Updating BIOS in Windows 10 PC

There are several blue screen errors like 0x80070017 error, hal.dll BSOD error and one of them is amifldrv64.sys. Before we talk about amifldrv64.sys BSOD error, let’s try to understand the following question: What is amifldrv64.sys?

Amifldrv.sys is a sys file created by MSI (American Megatrends, Inc) for foreigners. The file is normally located in the `c: WindowsTemp` folder and is 13864 bytes (13 KB) in size. This is a safe folder as it currently contains no negative comments.

If you are trying to update the BIOS directly from the operating system, remember that this is not a good practice and that this procedure by itself can lead to various BSODs due to conflicts between the two third-party drivers. If possible, try to update the BIOS version from a USB flash drive. read more

How to Resolve the Folder Keeps Reverting to Read Only in Windows 10

Read-only is a file/folder attribute that allows only a specific group of users to modify those files and folders. This feature does not allow others to modify these read-only files/folders without your explicit permission. Depending on your needs, you can leave some files in system mode and others in read-only mode. You can turn this feature on/off at any time.

Unfortunately, several users have reported that their files and folders keep returning to read-only mode after upgrading to Windows 10. read more

How to Solve the “Missing plugins” error in Adobe InDesign

Adobe InDesign is useful software and therefore has a significant number of users. However, several InDesign users have recently reported the message “Cannot open the file. Adobe InDesign plug-ins are missing. Please update your plugins to the latest versions.” It appears when users try to open a file created with Adobe InDesign on their computer.

What causes the Adobe InDesign Missing Plugins error?

  • The error occurs after installing a third-party plugin for Adobe InDesign.
  • When using certain plug-ins included with InDesign.
  • Errors associated with plug-ins associated with certain documents.
  • Sometimes the error indicates that certain “plug-ins are missing“.
  • The error also occurs when referring to a specific plug-in in a collision log file.

How to fix the “missing plug-ins” error in Adobe InDesign?

Remove the plugin information from your file

  1. Open the InDesign program.
  2. Click File, then choose the Export option.
  3. Export the file in .idml format.
  4. The .idml file format can be opened in any previous version of Adobe InDesign.
  5. After opening the file in InDesign (for example, CS3), simply save it as .inx and export it as a “.indd” file to remove all of the plugin information stored in that file.
  6. After completing this process, check to see if the error message appears again.

Tip: This method should help if the program reports a plugin missing (model.indesignplugin channels) error. The problem occurs when you try to open an old .indd file. read more

Error correction: `Microsoft Excel is trying to recover your information`

When using Microsoft Office, users can easily encounter various types of problems. For example, some users report the error `Microsoft Excel is trying to get your information. In this article, I will show you some practical methods to solve this problem on your PC.

As you all know, Microsoft Excel is a widely used tool that is part of Microsoft Office. It is a good spreadsheet program available for various platforms: Windows, macOS, Android, and iOS. With Microsoft Excel, viewing and analyzing data becomes a simple task. However, sometimes your Excel doesn’t work, and many people cite the “Microsoft Excel is trying to retrieve your data” error. read more

Troubleshooting: Something wrong when loading the DC-WFF.dll

Sometimes the error “Something wrong when loading the DC-WFF.dll” appears every time you start your Windows computer. What is it and how do you fix it? Well, DC_WFF.dll is part of TWCU (short for TP-LINK Wireless Configuration Utility).

The “dc_wff.dll” module failed to load is a somewhat annoying error, but luckily there are several ways to fix it. Follow these solutions one by one until you find one that works for you.

What causes the error message “Something wrong when loading the DC-WFF.dll”?

DC-WFF.DLL may fail to load if the file is not properly registered in the Windows environment. Incorrect installation of conflicting applications (e.g. TP-Link) may also be the cause of the current problem. read more