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If you have one This device has been removed from OneDrive To use OneDrive on this device, click OK to reset the OneDrive message in Windows 10 / 8 / 7, then you can see if any of these suggestions will help you solve the problem.
This unit has been removed from OneDrive
UPDATE: Microsoft appears to have corrected this problem in its last cumulative update in October. So make sure your Windows 10 is fully updated, reboot your PC, connect again and see that the problem is gone. If not, you can continue reading.
1] On your desktop, you will see the OneDrive’Clouds’ icon in your notification area. Right-click and choose Settings.
Make sure here that option Let me use OneDrive to get all my files on this PC.
If you want to make sure that OneDrive always starts when you connect to Windows, you should also automatically start the OneDrive option when I connect to Windows.
Restart OneDrive and see if it helped.
2] If this item is grayed out or the OneDrive icon is grayed out, you may need to reset OneDrive. To do this, type OneDrive into the taskbar and click the OneDrive application. Click Start and complete the installation process according to the wizard. During installation, select synchronization with the same OneDrive folder.
3] Start OneDrive Troubleshooter and see if the problem is solved.
4] Run the Microsoft account troubleshooting and see if it solves the problem.
5] This may be a problem with the OneDrive server or your device may be temporarily disconnected from the OneDrive server. In this case, you may need to disconnect OneDrive from your device(s) and then reconnect it. Then reset your network settings as follows:
In the WinX menu, open the command prompt (Admin) and execute these commands one after the other:
netsh winsock reset
IPConfig is a Windows integrated tool that displays all current TCP/IP network configuration values and updates the DNS settings of the DHCP Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol and Domain Name System. Here you go:
- ipconfig /release releases the current IP address
- ipconfig /renew gets a new IP address
- ipconfig /flushdns clears the DNS cache
- netsh winsock reset resets winsock.
Restart your computer and see if it helped.
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