How to Repair the “We can’t set up mobile hotspot” Error in Windows 10

Last year, Windows 10 introduced a new mobile hotspot setting that allows you to share your PC or laptop’s Internet connection with other devices. It’s a really useful feature that allows you to browse the Internet even when you’re on the go.

Although you can activate this feature directly in the Settings app by checking the “Share Internet connection with other devices” box, this may not work. For example, if you try to enable the feature, you might see the error message “We cannot set up a mobile hotspot”. However, the good news is that this can be fixed. Let’s see how. read more

How to Resolve error 0x8007003B “An unexpected network error occurred”

Error 0x8007003b is a network problem that some Windows 10 users encounter when trying to transfer large files from a network drive to a desktop or laptop computer.

The error message 0x8007003b reads: 0x8007003B: An unexpected network error has occurred. As a result, Windows 8 or 10 users cannot transfer all files via VPN.

What is the cause of error 0x8007003B: “Unexpected network error occurred”?

  • A common cause of this error is a virus or malware infection.
  • A conflicting antivirus program or a broken firewall.
  • Bad sectors on the disk you are trying to copy.
  • A recent software or hardware change may have affected the system.
  • The disk’s file system format may have been set to FAT32.
  • Incorrect network connection or server configuration.

How to solve the error 0x8007003B “An unexpected network error has occurred”?

Checking for malware and viruses

First of all, you should perform a full scan of your computer to make sure there are no viruses or malware on it. You can use your preferred third-party antivirus program. The built-in Windows Defender tool is also a good choice. read more

How to Resolve “The process cannot access the file” in BitTorrent

Recently, some users of the popular platform encountered a strange error message: “The process cannot access the file because it is being used by another process.” This error message usually appears when a user tries to upload peer-to-peer files.

This problem affects several BitTorrent builds, but the situation could change dramatically if the developers release an update that solves all the problems in the near or distant future. Until then, however, we will have to settle for a few solutions to the problem. read more

How to Repair: Libmysql.dll is Missing on Windows 10

Libmysql.dll errors are caused by situations in which the libmysql DLL file is deleted or corrupted. In some cases, libmysql.dll errors may indicate a registry problem, a virus or malware, or even a hardware failure.

Libmysql.dll error messages can occur when using or installing certain programs, when starting or stopping Windows, or even during Windows installation.

The libmysql.dll error context is important information that will be helpful in solving the problem. Whatever error message appears on your system, just try one by one the suggested solutions. read more

How to Repair the Missing “Show Desktop” Shortcut

If the “Show Desktop” button on the Windows 10 taskbar is missing, this article will show you how to fix the problem. In the bottom right corner (right next to the Action Center icon) of the Windows 10 taskbar, there’s a “Show Desktop” button.

If you hover your mouse over this button, you can view or preview your desktop – and if you click this button, all the apps and folders in the taskbar are minimized to show the desktop. If the Show Desktop button is missing, not working, or not available, this message may be helpful. read more

How to Prevent Mouse Pointer Auto-Selecting when Hovering Over a Hyperlink on Windows 10

Does the mouse pointer on your computer select something automatically when you hover over it for a few seconds? Some Windows 10 users are complaining about a similar problem on the forum. If you encounter the same problem, don’t worry.

In this article, we are going to share some simple solutions with which you can easily solve this problem. But before we move on to more serious solutions, read what causes the issue,  it will help you understand your problem quickly.

Why does the mouse pointer automatically select when hovering over a hyperlink?

All Windows devices come standard with an auto-select feature. Although it may vary depending on the version of windows you are using, it basically does the same thing. This feature can be activated without your consent for a number of reasons. Whatever the reason, it is important to disable it, especially if you have not enabled this feature yourself. When this auto-select feature is enabled, users notice a floating selection problem. read more

How to Troubleshoot: Microsoft Setup Bootstrapper has Stopped Working

In Microsoft Office 2013, 2016, and 2019, BootStrapper is responsible for initializing an application created with the Composite Application Library. This relatively new technology was designed to simplify the dependencies required during the installation process.

Some users have seen the “Microsoft setup boots-trapper has stopped working” error when trying to run one, several, or all of the applications in the Microsoft Office suite. This problem has been reported on several versions of Windows (Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10) and confirmed in connection with several versions of Microsoft Office (2013, 2016, 2019). read more

Troubleshooting: SYSTEM THREAD EXCEPTION NOT HANDLED

SYSTEM THREAD EXCEPTION NOT HANDLED is a common Windows 10 error that occurs mostly due to an outdated or incompatible driver.

It is more difficult to fix this problem than other BSODs, because several drivers can be the cause of the problem, and sometimes the computer does not recognize all of them. Therefore, the first step to fix this error should be to find the exact driver causing the problem.

In this article, we will look at what this code means, when it occurs, why it occurs, and present effective methods of solving the problem. read more

How to Eliminate the CMD Error “DNS server not authoritative for zone”

When users try to use a certain command in CMD, they may encounter the “DNS Server not authoritative for zone” error. In fact, this is a common problem. When this error occurs, it means that the affected users cannot execute commands that do not invoke the built-in utilities.

What causes the `DNS server not authoritative for zone` message?

The error `DNS server not authoritative for zone` may be caused by a possible hard disk sector corruption. The cmd error “DNS Server Not Authoritative for Zone” also occurs if the system files are corrupted. The error also occurs when running a Python command, even if the DNS settings are incorrectly configured, the error may persist. read more

Solution: System Error 6118 has Occurred in CMD

The error message “System error 6118 has occurred – The list of servers for this workgroup is not available” can occur when you try to use the net view /all command at the command line to view a complete list of network devices.

In most cases, affected users report that devices do not show up in File Explorer under Network although they can ping them directly from the CMD prompt. In this post, we will explain the reasons and provide the most appropriate solutions for the problem. read more