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

How to Fix Product Key Error 0x800F0805 when Installing Windows on Windows 10

If you get error code 0x800f0805 during activation when you upgrade Windows to a new version, such as Professional to Enterprise or Home to Professional, this article will help you. You may also get this error when you upgrade Windows. We will let you know the best possible solution to fix the problem.

Depending on the situation in which you get this error – Error 0x800f0805 – follow the guidelines below to fix it. If the activation problem is easy to solve, the update error can be difficult to deal with. read more

How to Repair: Error Occurred While Windows was Synchronizing

Windows provides an automatic time synchronization feature that allows users to automatically synchronize time by connecting to an NTP server from the Windows menu. However, users may get a message that an error has occurred during Windows synchronization.

This problem often occurs with some NTP servers, including time.windows.com and time.nist.gov. And there can be many reasons for this problem. Fortunately, you can easily fix it using the following methods.

What is causing the “Error Occurred While Windows was Synchronizing” issue?

Windows Time Server stuck in a limbo state: A common reason that causes this error is that Time Server is stuck in a state between open and closed (commonly referred to as “limbo state”). If this scenario applies, you can solve the problem by changing the startup state to automatic on the service screen and restarting the service. read more

Solution: Windows update error code 80244010

It is not uncommon for the Windows operating system to give an error when updating. Many PC users encounter error code 80244010 when upgrading Windows. Here we will discuss how to fix this error.

Microsoft Windows is the most common operating system in the world. However, the operating system is not free from problems and errors. Below are the causes and different solutions for the Windows Update error code 80244010 that you have encountered.

What is the cause of Windows Update error code 80244010?

Common error: Common error is quite common on Windows endpoints. Microsoft already has a set of built-in repair strategies ready to use. We can try to fix the error by running the built-in Windows Update troubleshooter and applying their recommended fix. read more

How to Resolve the Error “The computer did not resync because no time data was available” in Windows

When you work on a Microsoft Windows Server system and try to synchronize its time with another time source (an external NTP server), you may encounter the error message “The computer did not resync because no time data was available“. So, to synchronize the time between the internal and external time source, you need to run the command “w32tm /resync”.

The command must be executed either in the domain or on the client system. This error is mostly due to the improper configuration of the Windows Time Service group policy. Fortunately, the error “Computer could not resync because there is no time data” can be fixed on a Windows 10 computer. Let’s take a look at how. read more

How to troubleshoot error 0x8024500c when installing Windows updates

We have analyzed several reports and found that error code 0x8024500c can occur when installing Windows updates or updating Windows Store apps. In this Windows Bulletin post, we will tell you how to fix error code 0x8024500c in different situations.

Error code 0x8024500c can occur when you try to install Windows Update or update Windows Store apps. Windows Update error 0x8024500c indicates that the Windows Update service is probably blocked. Windows Store error 0x8024500c may be caused by a corrupted Windows Store data cache. read more

How to solve the “Service Control Manager error 7001” problem

How to solve the "Service Control Manager error 7001" problem

Some users have reported an error `Service Control Manager – Error 7001` in Event Viewer. This error is a system problem with the Service Control Manager source. On the General tab in the event properties, you can view detailed information about the error and find out its immediate causes. But in fact, Service Control Manager error 7001 can be caused by other factors as well.

If you, unfortunately, encounter event ID 7001 on your Windows computer, you can try the following solutions. You may not need to try them all. Keep moving through the list until you solve the problem. read more

Troubleshooting Remote Desktop: Your Credentials Did Not Work

Troubleshooting Remote Desktop: Your Credentials Did Not Work

Problems logging into Remote Desktop are common. When trying to connect to the Remote Desktop network, many users get the following error message: “Your credentials did not match, login attempt failed.” When you encounter this problem, the first step is obviously to verify your credentials.

However, many users found that the credentials were correct and in many cases worked without problems. Users have reported this problem in new versions of the operating system and immediately after reinstalling Windows. read more

Bug fix: The Mapped Drive is Disconnected After Rebooting

Bug fix: The Mapped Drive is Disconnected After Rebooting

A mapped network drive is one of the most useful things a computer user can do. Think of it as a storage device that is not technically integrated and not part of your installation, but allows you to store and access your data as if it were hosted locally. It works like a storage drive that you have full access to but is physically stored on another computer.

The ability to map devices is present in most modern computer setups – whether it’s computers or phones. These mapped drives are widely used by people to store files that take up a lot of space on a network with a lot of disk space, while still being able to use them locally. read more

Bug fix: Failed to Install KB4592438 – December 2020 Cumulative Update

Bug fix: Failed to Install KB4592438 - December 2020 Cumulative Update

Installing Windows 10 update (i.e. KB4592438) may fail if the services required to run it are in an error state. In addition, corrupt temporary files or lack of space for the update can also cause the mentioned error.

Users encounter the problem when they try to update their system with the KB4592438 update, but the update fails to install (some users have encountered the error when the update installation was 100%).

Make sure all pending updates (including optional updates) are installed and then try to update the system again before proceeding with the solutions to fix the Windows update failure. read more