How to fix the error 0x80240061 when installing the Intel Management Engine Interface driver

error 0x80240061 when installing the Intel Management Engine Interface driver

Many Windows users report crashes and errors when updating Windows 10. One of the most common errors that users often encounter is Windows 10 update error 0x80240061. There can be several reasons for the occurrence of this error. Here, we will take a look at the solutions to fix this problem.

If you are also facing this error, here are some troubleshooting tips to help you fix Windows 10 update error 0x80240061.

What is the cause of error 0x80240061

What is the cause of error 0x80240061

WU can’t choose the latest version: As some modified users have already reported, Windows Update can’t always choose the latest available version of the Intel Administration Engine interface. If this is indeed the case, you can solve the dilemma by configuring it manually (either with the Driver and Service Assistant application or by simply installing a driver variant). read more

How to solve the problem of TeamSpeak Push to Talk Feature not Working

TeamSpeak Push to Talk Feature not Working

In online team games, a functional voice chat program is very important. TeamSpeak push-to-talk is a handy feature that allows you to turn on the microphone by holding down a special button. TeamSpeak is a VoIP program that allows for effortless conference calls.

It includes various features, including a push to talk. Unfortunately, this feature no longer works for some users. If you don’t solve the problem, you may find yourself screaming frantically into the microphone and nothing will come out. read more

How do I fix the Outlook WebApp cannot download attachments

Outlook WebApp

Outlook Web App, now known as Outlook on the Web, from Microsoft, is a Web-based e-mail client that allows users to access Exchange Server mailboxes from any Web browser. Users can use the OWA access URL, account username, and password to access the mailbox in a Web browser. You can create and send emails with attachments using Outlook Web App and even work offline with Outlook on your desktop.

There is a problem with Outlook on the web where it stops downloading email attachments – it is limited or does not download attachments. This blog is designed to provide users with information on why the “Outlook Web App can’t download attachments” problem occurs and how to solve it. read more

How to troubleshoot the 0x00000bcb network printer error

0x00000bcb network printer error

Error 0x00000bcb is a printer problem that some users have reported on the Microsoft forums. This error occurs when some users try to connect printers to the local network.

When these users try to add a shared network printer, they get a “Connect to Printer” error message with code 0x00000bcb. Does this error message mean anything to you? If so, check error 0x00000bcb with these possible solutions.

Windows error 0x00000bcb can’t connect to a printer is an error name that contains detailed information about the error, including why it occurred, what system components or applications were faulty to cause the error and other information. The numeric code in the error name contains data that can be deciphered by the manufacturer of the faulty component or application. read more

How to recover a corrupted Bootres.dll in Windows 10

a corrupted Bootres.dll in Windows 10

Corrupted Bootres.dll error is a critical system problem that prevents Windows from starting. The Bootres.dll file responsible for starting Windows can be corrupted and cause this error.

A corrupted Bootres.dll problem usually appears in a small dialog box with the following error message:

Critical Bootres file resourcescustomootres.dll is corrupted.

Learn more about Bootres.dll. It is a dynamic link library (DLL) file associated with the Windows operating system. It plays an important role in the Windows startup process. Any error associated with it can prevent your computer from booting. read more

Resolved: Windows Update KB4579311 crashes Explorer repeatedly when trying to log in

Windows 10 users are experiencing numerous problems installing the latest KB4579311 cumulative update, and those who manage to install it are reporting various bugs, including performance issues.

Microsoft released the Windows 10 cumulative update KB4579311 on Oct. 13, 2020, and since then users have been reporting problems installing the update, crashes, performance issues, and startup problems.

Because of the different hardware and drivers that Windows 10 runs on, there will always be issues when a new cumulative update is released, but the reports seem to increase with this particular update. read more

Fixed: The Sticky Notes icon in the taskbar is not combined

We still use Sticky Notes as a powerful reminder tool to plan our day and copy text from another app. By default, when we open multiple notes in Windows 10, they are automatically grouped in the same tab. However, after installing the latest 1903 updates, they are all separated in the taskbar. I set the taskbar to automatically hide them, but that doesn’t work either. What can we do to fix this problem?

It’s frustrating having to open each note to see them all. For example, if we have about 8 sticky notes, we have to type one at a time to see them all. This is redundant and takes up a lot more space on the taskbar. Maybe this is a new feature that allows users to move individual notes to different desktops. But the basic function is broken. You can try the solutions below to group Sticky Notes together. read more

Solution: Bluetooth is connected but cannot hear calls on your phone app

It is possible that the phone application cannot transmit calls to your Bluetooth headset unless it is set as the default audio device. Alternatively, this error may be caused by a damaged audio speaker. The problem occurs when a user tries to use a Bluetooth headset with the Your Phone app, but cannot answer a call or hear other people.

Before proceeding with solutions, note that Bluetooth headsets are not yet fully supported by the Your Phone app. Also, check to see if rebooting the devices solves the problem. Also, check that your phone/PC is not paired with another device and that no third-party apps have been used to connect devices via Bluetooth. Also, check that none of the devices are in power save mode. Also, make sure that the “Your Phone” app has access to notifications on the phone and is running in the background on the PC/phone. read more

Fixed: “Something went wrong” error when importing photos from iPhone

Why can’t I import my photos to my computer? You may be looking for an answer to this question. In this article, you’ll learn the reasons why importing photos in Windows 10 doesn’t work, and what to do if you can’t import photos from your iPhone to Windows 10.

Sometimes you need to transfer photos from your iPhone to your computer. In general, there are several ways to do this, such as iTunes, FonePaw, Windows Photos, Autoplay, etc. And the most direct way to import photos from iPhone to Windows 10 is through the Photos app. read more

Service Host Fix: Diagnostic policy service High CPU and memory usage

As you may know, there are a number of active background processes and services that help Windows run smoothly. Most of these background processes/services consume a minimal amount of CPU power and RAM. However, there are times when a process gets disrupted or corrupted and consumes much more resources than usual, leaving little room for other applications in the foreground. The Diagnostic Policy Service is one such process that has been known to overload system resources on rare occasions.

The Diagnostic Policy Service is one of the common Svchost.exe (Service Host) processes. It is responsible for detecting problems with various Windows components and solving them. The service tries to automatically resolve detected problems when possible and when not, it saves diagnostic information for analysis. read more