How to Get Rid of Error 0x800700d on Windows 10

The most common problem people are facing after updating to Windows 10 is the error code 0x800700d. This happens because the upgrade fails to complete properly. In some cases, you might even see a blue screen of death.

There are many reasons behind this issue, such as incompatible hardware components, corrupt files, etc. However, it is important to note that there are ways to resolve this issue without having to reinstall your operating system. Here are the steps to follow:

Run the Windows Update troubleshooter

The 0x800700d error occurs because of the corruption of windows update settings. If you are facing such an issue while installing/updating software, it might occur due to the following reasons: read more

How to Troubleshoot Error 0X000007D1 when Printing on Windows 10

Error 0x000007d1 is a printer error that often occurs after a Windows update. The full error message may look like this: “The operation cannot be completed (error 0x000007d1). The specified driver is invalid”. In this guide, we will show you the possible solutions.

What causes error 0x000007D1 when printing?

The reason for the printing error 0x000007d1 in Windows 10 is the printer is not responding. This can happen due to corrupted or modified files and device drivers, as evidenced by this error message.

How to resolve error 0X000007D1 when printing?

Launch the printer troubleshooter

  1. Click Windows Search (bottom left) and type Troubleshooting.
  2. Then click Troubleshoot for other problems in the list of options.
  3. Under the Startup heading, select the printer and click Troubleshoot.
  4. Troubleshooting begins by determining if there is a problem with your printer.
  5. Depending on what the troubleshooter detects, you can follow the instructions to resolve the problem.

Uninstalling and reinstalling your printer

  1. Press the Windows key and the X key at the same time.
  2. Click on the first option, i.e. Applications and Features.
  3. Wait a few seconds for the page to load, then scroll to the bottom of the page and click on Programs and Features under Related Settings.
  4. Find your printer in the list of programs.
  5. Once you find your printer, select it and click the Uninstall option in the menu.

Check your printer

  1. Enter Printers through the Windows search (bottom left).
  2. Click on the Printers and Scanners option that appears.
  3. You will see a page with all available printers and scanners.
  4. Make sure that the list of printers includes the item “Connected”.
  5. If “Not Connected” is displayed, try restarting the printer and see if the connection is restored.


How to Troubleshoot: Invalid Drive Error 1327 on Windows 10

Most people complain about error 1327, which occurs when you install or uninstall Microsoft Office on your computer. However, it can also occur in other programs such as Adobe, Epic Games, Minecraft, Autocad, and others.

Error 1327 can occur if the disk specified in the message is invalid. It can also occur when a Windows installer tries to terminate at an unassigned network location. Whatever the cause, there is always an effective solution.

Today’s article will tell you how to fix the error 1327 Invalid drive when you try to uninstall Microsoft Office or another program. read more