Common OneDrive Error and How to Fix it?
How to Fix Common OneDrive Errors?
OneDrive is the very useful cloud storage application of MS Office. With this application, user can access their important files from anywhere anytime but they just want the internet connection. You can use this application by installing MS Office software in your device through www.office.com/setup. But users face errors in OneDrive, basically th cause of the errors are syncing and outdated version. So, in this blog, you will read some of the common OneDrive Error and their solutions.
Solution of the OneDrive Error: office.com/setup
- OneDrive Error Code 1: To solve this issue, you should first check the device in which you are using with OneDrive application must have proper internet connection. Then, you should update OneDrive application to its latest version. Because if you have up-to date OS and updated version of ‘OneDrive’, this will solve sync problems. You can also download and install the latest version of OneDrive in your computer. After this, press the Start Menu icon and then search for OneDrive Desktop app and just click on it. At last, you should check the Error Code 1 will no longer exist.
- OneDrive Error Code 2: To fix this issue, you first have to sign-in to your “Microsoft account” in Windows 10. Then you should open Windows Settings just by clicking on Win + I key altogether. Now, from the main interface of the Settings you should click on Accounts category. Then, you have to click Your info section which is located on the left side of the screen. Now on the right panel, you have to select the option Sign in with a Microsoft account instead. After this, you have to enter the credentials of Microsoft account and then click on Next option. Now, you are signed in.
- OneDrive Error Code 6: This is a timeout error and to fix this issue you just have to reboot your device.
- OneDrive Error Code 0x8004de40: First, you should try to refresh the Internet connection. In case, you are using Ethernet cable, then you should unplug it and then just re-establish the “wired connection”. If you are using a “Wi-Fi”, then you should turn the power OFF your modem and then switch it on and then check the issue still persists.
If this error occurs during a wireless connection and removed when you run OneDrive online. Then to fix this issue follow the below process.
Change Internet Properties: First, open Run dialog box just by pressing the “Win + R“key altogether. Then you have to type inetcpl.cpl in the specific field, and just click on OK button. When the Internet Properties opens, you should go to Advanced tab. Then, you should mark the options Use TLS 1.0, Use TLS 1.1, and Use TLS 1.2. After this, you should click on Apply and press OK. At the end, you just have to Reboot your computer system.
Disable the Proxy Settings: You should open Cortana, and then you have to type inetcpl.cpl and press Enter key to continue. Then, go to the Connections tab and just click on “LAN settings“. Now, you should mark the “Automatically detect settings” option and just unmark the option “Use a proxy server for your LAN”. At the end, you should click on Apply and then hit OK button to save the changes.
Reset OneDrive:For this, you should access Run dialog box, and then you have to copy-paste the following command and just press Enter key to continue.
Here, you will view the “OneDrive” icon in the system tray will disappear and then soon re-appear. In case, the OneDrive icon goes, then you again have to launch Run and execute the following command.
When you run the command, just check OneDrive Error Code still exists or not.
The above are some of the common OneDrive Error and their solutions. If you need technical support, then just contact to the expert of MS Office via www.office.com/setup.