How to Repair RunDLL Error “There was a problem starting” when Opening the Hard Drive

The RunDLL error “There was a problem starting. The specified module could not be found” occurs mostly when Windows users try to open a hard drive or an external drive. However, some users get the error only when they try to open a shortcut pointing to an executable file stored on that drive.

Rundll.exe files are system processes that are directly related to your Windows operating system. Rundll and later versions, called Rundll 32, are part of a vast network of code and data shared by many programs on your computer. They help your operating system achieve speed and memory efficiency by reusing the same code or files while performing many different program functions. read more

How to Repair Error 0x80070052 `The directory or file cannot be created`

Some Windows users encounter error 0x80070052 with the detailed message “Directory or file cannot be created” when copying or moving files to removable media such as flash drives or external hard drives. The detailed error message is as follows:

An unexpected error is preventing the operation. Note this error code, which may be helpful if you need additional help solving the problem:

Error 0x80070052: Directory or file cannot be created.

What causes error 0x80070052?

As everyone knows, a directory or file cannot be created. The error message can appear when you try to copy files to removable media such as a USB drive, TF card, external hard drive, or memory card. This usually happens with photos and videos, especially photos with names longer than 20 characters. read more

How to Troubleshoot Windows Update Error 0x800703ee

Many computer users report encountering error 0x800703ee when trying to copy files from PC to external storage device or from an external storage device to PC, when writing disk or when trying to update Windows 10.

Error code 0x800703ee can also prevent users from copying files or installing and updating Windows. There are several reasons that lead to error 0x800703ee. So how to fix error 0x800703ee? One of the following methods can help to solve this problem.

What are the causes of Windows update error 0x800703ee?

USB port: It turns out that in some cases, the problem can also be caused by the port you plugged your USB drive into. This can happen when you try to update Windows 10 using an external USB drive. In that case, replacing the USB port may help solve the problem. read more