If you’re having trouble signing into your Microsoft account after installing a new monthly update or running an antivirus scan, you may receive the “we can’t sign you in with this credential” or “You’ve been signed in using a temporary profile” error message when you attempt to log in. If this occurs, then the system has signed you in using a new temporary account, instead of the one you originally used, and any changes you made in this session will be lost once you sign out.
The Windows Time Service (W32Time) is a time synchronization service provided by Microsoft for Windows that automatically synchronizes the correct time for your system. The time is synchronized through a Network Time Protocol (NTP) server, such as time.windows.com. Every PC running the Windows Time Service uses this service to get the correct time on your system.
What causes the Windows Time Service not to start?
- Missing Windows time service
- Faulty Windows time service, etc.
- A faulty system file associated with the Windows Time Service.
Normally, the Windows Time Service starts automatically when you start Windows, but it may not start due to an error or malfunction. Even if the Windows Time Service is not configured to start automatically, this problem may occur.
0x87e10bc5 is an error that affects apps downloaded from the Windows Store, indicating that the Windows Store and app files are corrupt. It can also occur if your device is not ready for Windows Store apps. It will display an error message that says Unknown HResult Error code: 0x87e10bc5 and will not allow you to run the apps you downloaded from the Store. The error does not depend on a specific app, but applies to all apps.
This error occurs in Windows 10 users who have installed the Anniversary Update, released on August 2, 2016. The update brought a number of new features to the Windows 10 operating system, but it also disrupted many things for some users, such as downloading and using apps in the Store. You’ll get this error message when you try to launch such an app and can’t get it to run.
Those of you who have been using Windows for some time may have already seen the “RPC Server is not available” error. This is one of the most common errors that can occur when using a Windows operating system, and it often confuses inexperienced Windows users who don’t know why it appears in the first place.
However, you don’t have to worry because it’s not a serious or dangerous error, so all your programs and data are safe. RPC stands for “Remote Procedure Call,” a method that some applications use to communicate with other applications running on the same computer.
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.
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.