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Error 0xe06d7363

Error 0xe06d7363 is a run-time error. An application that you launch simply fails to launch properly or encounters a problem when running. You may encounter it when installing a Microsoft or Microsoft-related program, when launching such a program or when starting or shutting down your computer. It is also possible to encounter the error when installing any Windows OS.

Methods to fix error 0xe06d7363

Method 1: Basic Troubleshooting to fix Outlook error 0x80042109

These are some simple measures that can resolve the error within minutes.

  1. Launch the installed anti-virus/malware program and let it perform a full scan of your computer system for any virus/malware.
  2. Try launching Outlook two or three times at 10 minutes interval. This is because you may be encountering the error simply because your email service provider’s server is either down or under maintenance.
  3. Disable the installed third-party anti-virus/malware program temporarily.

These simple Troubleshooting measures might help you to fix the error 0x80042109.

Method 2: Run System File Checker

System File Checker comes by default with Windows that allows you to scan for and restore corrupted files in Windows system (including those related to DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL).

To run System File Checker (Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, and 10):

  1. Type “command” in the search box… DO NOT hit ENTER yet!
  2. While holding CTRL-Shift on your keyboard, hit ENTER.
  3. You will be prompted with a permission dialog box, click Yes.
  4. A black box will open with a blinking cursor.
  5. Type “sfc /scannow” and hit ENTER.
  6. System File Checker will begin scanning for Error 0xD1 and other system file problems (be patient – the system scan may take a while).
  7. Follow the on-screen commands.
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Method 3: Remove Junk files

Gather junk files with active threats can cause many errors including error 8007000E. Perform the following actions to get rid of all junk files.

  1. Press the combination of Win + X keys to open up menu.
  2. Select “Command Prompt (Admin)” option.
  3. Click “Yes” to run the command prompt as an administrator.
  4. Type “cleanmgr” before hitting Enter.

5. The tool will begin to run automatically. It calculates how much used space you can claim on the hard                 disk. Check all the dialogue boxes occupied by unnecessary files including the temporary files box.

6. Click “OK” to let the tool remove all junk files.

Method 4: Perform Disk Check

Error 0x8000ffff frequently occurs because of corrupt or damaged registry files. Running the integrated disk check tool can be quite helpful in fixing the error. This is due to the tool scans and tries to fix any type of errors in your computer’s file system.

  • Click “Start
  • Type “cmd” in the “Search programs and files” box.
  • Press the combination of CTRL + Shift + Enter before clicking “OK” to open a command prompt.
  • Type “chkdsk/f/r” into the prompt before hitting Enter.

  • Type “Y” in response to the resultant notification.

Restart the computer to allow disk check to run.

Method 5: Update System Drivers

 

1) Press the Windows + R keys to open the run command.

2) Type devmgmt.msc and click OK. Then Device Manager Window will open.

3) In Device Manager, locate the device which have exclaimation mark in front of it, Right-click on a network device and click Update driver.

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6) Reboot your pc and check to see if the problem is resolved.

Method 6: Perform a Clean Boot

A clean boot is a procedure in Windows that starts your PC in a clean state without running any user-installed software. In order to successfully perform a clean boot on Windows 10, you have to be logged on as the administrator, and then follow these steps:

  1. Use shortcut key Windows + R to open the Run dialog box. Type “msconfig” in it and click OK or hit Enter.
  2. Find Services tab, and then select Hide all Microsoft services box
  3. Click Disable all.
  4. Finally, click ok and reboot your PC.

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By | 2018-08-08T00:00:00+00:00 August 8th, 2018|Applications Issues, Common Errors, Computer Science|0 Comments