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Troubleshooting tutorials on various types of system errors, application errors, caused by virus infection, registry corruption or any other type of malfunction in Windows operating systems.

How to fix OneDrive error code 0x80070194

0x80070194 is an error code that some users encounter when trying to open or copy files in OneDrive. As a result, this may cause OneDrive or File Explorer to crash. Here is a full message that comes about at the time of receiving the error: "An unexpected error is keeping you from copying the file. If you continue to receive this error, you can use the error code to search for help with this problem. Error 0x80070194: The cloud file provider exited unexpectedly.". The most common cause for this issue is a temporary glitch that happens in OneDrive's sync feature. Some other causes indicated by research can also be related to poor network connection or lack of new Windows updates designed for OneDrive's stable performance. So far, OneDrive Error code 0x80070194 has mostly been reported on Windows 10, however, it is also likely that it will touch some users on Windows 11 as well. Follow our instructions below to resolve the error and get back to using OneDrive without problems again.

How to fix 502 Error in Google Meet on Windows 11

This error usually indicates that there has been a problem in communication exchange between the sending and receiving servers. In other words, this means that Google's server did not understand incoming information from the server that sent it. Such a problem is quite popular and is not only entitled to Windows 11, it can occur on other Windows versions as well. Since 502 code is an internet issue, it can result from wrong DNS settings, corrupted browser cache, enabled proxy connection, or inappropriate Windows firewall configuration. In some cases, the issue may arise simply because Google Meet servers are down and do not respond for the time being - you can check if this is the case using the DownDetector web page. If the web page reports no problems with Google Meet, then try the solutions from our guidelines below.

How to fix Windows 11 Update error 0x80070103

0x80070103 is an update error that has gained substantial popularity across many Windows 11 users. It occurs when users are trying to install the latest pending update in their system. The error becomes evident when the following message comes up on the screen: "There were some problems installing updates, but we’ll try again later. If you keep seeing this and want to search the web or contact support for information, this may help – (0x80070103).". The reason why this issue appears is usually related to driver incompatibilities. This can be if Windows Update is attempting to install an already installed driver, if you have an incompatible driver version installed, or if the driver is being used by some other program while Windows tries to update it. The guilty driver can be related to any piece of hardware like graphics, audio, and so forth. Luckily, there are a couple of simple solutions that may resolve the issue and get you to install the update successfully. Use our guide to try them.

How to fix “DLLRegisterServer Was Not Found” error on Windows 11/10

DLLRegisterServer Was Not Found is a message error that makes its presence known when users are trying to manually register a DLL (Dynamic Link Library) or OCX (OLE Control EXtension) file via Command Prompt. It has also been reported to occur on both Windows 10 and 11. While there is no single reason that drives users to see this error, it can be related to a lack of certain permissions in registry keys, corrupted/missing system file elements, problematic DLL files, or even incompatibilities caused by the side of third-party software (such as antivirus). Trying to find the exact reason and solution immediately is like a shot in the dark, so we advise you to try each method we wrote down below until the issue gets resolved eventually. The instructions are almost the same on both Windows 10 and 11 operating systems.

How to fix “Service Host Local System Network Restricted” High CPU usage

Service host: Local System (Network Restricted) is a Windows process often reported to cause high CPU or Disk usage. Users may see svchost.exe processes that stack in Device Manager and consume a lot of system resources. This, therefore, leads to various lags and generally slower PC performance, putting convenient system usage at a significant risk. Note that such a problem is not entitled to one single cause. Different users can have different reasons for why it occurs. Most of the reported cases have been diagnosed to originate from problems with Windows Update, Windows Audio, and other system services. Luckily, there are a couple of ways you can try to resolve the issue. Follow our institutions below to learn what may be the reason behind extremely high resource usage and apply potential solutions to fix it.

How to watch YouTube when it’s blocked

These days, YouTube has by far become the main source of watching various video content, be it a cartoon, movie, or videos from your favorite blogger/channel. Unfortunately, some videos or even the entire platform can be restricted in certain areas of the world due to various reasons, such as specific regulations set by country authorities, copyright issues, or intentional blockage by the video creator himself. In rarer cases, access to YouTube may be hampered by schools or other organizations to ensure a stable internet connection and prevent the distraction of students or employees. Luckily, there are a number of ways that one can capitalize on to trick the system and watch a blocked or non-available video regardless of your location.