How to Resolve Error 0x80000003 in Windows 10 Computer

Windows 10 has an almost endless supply of errors. You’d think you’ve seen it all, until you’re surprised by another weird error message. One horrible problem that has been around for a long time and is preventing users from opening executable files is the following error message:

“Exception breakpoint. Breakpoint reached. (0x80000003) occurred in the application at this location.”

You have probably already seen this. It means that you can’t open the file. But don’t worry, this error should be a thing of the past once you apply the fixes in this article. read more

How to Troubleshoot Outlook Error 0x80070002 in Windows 10 PC

Microsoft Outlook is users’ first choice when it comes to managing email and other data while communicating. It is a versatile and feature-rich platform that allows business users to complete their tasks with ease. However, sometimes Outlook does not work correctly and contains errors. One of the most common errors that users encounter is Outlook error code 0x80070002 in Windows 10, 8.1, 8, Vista, 7.

This error occurs when the file structure is corrupted or the directory where Microsoft Outlook wants to create PST or PST file becomes unavailable. Outlook errors always create problems for users and interrupt their workflow in MS Outlook 2019, 2016, 2013, 2010 versions. To make it easier for users, we will present a step-by-step approach to fix Outlook error code 0x80070002. read more

How to Resolve ‘Outlook data file cannot be accessed’ in Windows 10

Recently, many people have reported the error “Cannot access Outlook data file” when using Outlook. This is an important issue, and we’ll look at it today.

How to fix Outlook data file error on Windows 10? You can easily fix this problem by creating a new Outlook profile. If that doesn’t solve the problem, use the Repair option or create a new pst file.

For more information, see the following instructions.

What is the cause of the “Cannot access Outlook data file” message? read more

Troubleshooting: Outlook Trusted Platform Module Malfunction Error Code 80090030 in Windows 10 PC

When you try to connect to Teams, the error code 80090030 may sometimes appear on the screen. This error indicates that “the device required by this crypto provider is not working”.

This usually happens when a Windows 10 computer cannot save or retrieve Microsoft credentials. One way to solve this problem is to remove all credentials from the Credentials Manager. Let’s dive in and find out what methods you can use to fix this error.

What causes the Outlook error code 80090030?

Upgrading to Office 365 Business: This problem mostly occurs to MS Outlook users when they upgrade from Office 2016 Standalone to Office 365 Business through the upgrade process. read more

How to Repair Missing Microsoft Teams Add-in on Outlook in Windows 10

Microsoft Teams is a collaboration and chat software that offers a wide range of features. Microsoft wants its users to be productive and be able to switch from one product to another. And integration with Outlook is one of those features. Outlook has a simple button that allows users to connect directly to Microsoft Teams. However, some of our users have reported that they can’t find this button. So, if you are one of those users who is having trouble connecting Teams to Outlook, this article is for you. read more

Fixed: `The time limit for logging on was reached` Problem in Outlook

Microsoft Outlook has all the features you need to communicate securely and efficiently with your clients. However, it also allows you to add various third-party add-ons that promote quality Outlook operation and connectivity to the relevant software.

Salesforce add-ons allow you to take advantage of Salesforce in Outlook. The integration is completely cloud-based, and no external software installation is required. If you’ve added a Salesforce add-in to Outlook, you should read the full article to find a way to fix the logging error. read more

Fixed: Outlook error 0x8004060c

You would be hard-pressed to find a more stable e-mail client program than Microsoft Outlook. However, you can also make it produce error messages when it encounters a problem. The Outlook error code 0x8004060C is a good example. This error message is generated by Outlook when a PST file begins to exceed the storage limit.

 Error message is:

“The `Microsoft Exchange Server – Send’ task reported an error (0x8004060C): `The message store has reached its maximum size. To reduce the amount of data in this message store, select some items that you no longer need and delete them permanently.” read more

Repair: “Microsoft Exchange administrator has made a change that requires you quit and restart Outlook” error

This error most often occurs to users after migrating mailboxes from Exchange 2010 to 2013 or 2016. However, there are several reasons why your users may encounter the following Microsoft Outlook error:

“A Microsoft Exchange administrator has made changes that require Outlook to log out and restart.”

In this post, you’ll see that there are several reasons why this error can occur and that there are several ways to fix it.

What is the cause of the error?

A corrupted email settings file: If your Microsoft Exchange email account settings are corrupt, this may be the cause of the current Outlook problem. read more

Fixed: PDF Preview Handler `This file cannot be previewed` Error

Recently, many users have reported a PDF Preview Handler error in Outlook. If you too have encountered such a situation, you have come to the right place. Undoubtedly, the error in Outlook PDF Preview Handler is quite unpleasant. But we have some good news for you. Several common workarounds can help you fix this error. So, take the time to read the following guide and learn all the plausible methods to fix Outlook PDF Receive Handler errors.

What causes the “This file cannot be previewed” error message in PDF Preview Handler?

Enabling Internet Autodetection: There is a setting called “Internet Autodetection” which, if enabled, can cause this PDF Preview Handler error. Many users have reported that they can solve the problem by disabling autodetection in their local network settings. read more

How to Troubleshoot: Outlook Error 0x80042109

Error code 0x80042109 usually occurs when users try to send emails through Microsoft Outlook. Their outgoing emails do not reach the recipient, and an error message and problems on the mail server appear on the screen. This problem does not seem to affect other system processes. It does not cause downtime, slowdowns, or system crashes. Needless to say, it only affects Outlook. In most cases, you will see the following error messages:

“Sending and receiving error reported (0x80042109): Outlook cannot connect to your outgoing mail server (SMTP).” read more