How Can I Fix Error 0x800710FE?

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I am running Windows 7 Pro. My problem is I am getting Error 0x800710FE when copying files from a shared network. And the error says the file is currently not available for use. The other files are in Windows XP Pro and I am sure that there is enough storage left for copying on my local drive. However, the error is appearing. How can I fix this?

Answered By 1065 points N/A #118238

How Can I Fix Error 0x800710FE?


You may need to reinitialize the CSC cache by adding the registry subkey. To do this, follow the steps below:

1. Click on Start and type regedit on the search field to launch the Registry Editor window.

2. Navigate and expand the following key:


3. Add the following new keys:

For the Key name, add FormatDatabase, For the Key Type, add DWORD, For the Key Value, change it to 1.

Remember that the current registry value will be ignored and the registry value will require you to restart your computer to reinitialize the CSC cache and remove the registry key if the entry already exists.

4. Restart your computer when CSC cache is already rebuild.

Alternatively, you can check on your security software if its blocking anything. If it is, disable it temporarily during the process of copying files on your shared folder.

Answered By 590495 points N/A #118239

How Can I Fix Error 0x800710FE?


When the Error 0x800710fe appears on your computer, the accompanying message typically says “This file is currently not available for use on this computer”. One possible reason why this error happens is corrupted Windows system files. Damaged system files entries can cause serious problems to the functionality of the computer. Another possible reason for the error is if your computer is improperly shut down or if your computer is recovered from a virus attack.

Normally, when your computer gets infected by a virus, even if you managed to remove the virus, the malware may already have made modifications to the system. And even if the virus has been successfully eliminated, the changes it made to the system will remain. One possible way of fixing it is to restore your computer to the most recent restore point.

Click Start, All Programs, Accessories, System Tools, and then System Restore. Select “Restore my computer to an earlier time” and then click Next. Select the most recent system restore point from the second column or from “On this list, click a restore point” and then click Next. Click Next in the Confirm Restore Point Selection window. When the restoration is complete, your computer will restart.

Once your machine has been successfully restored, try copying the files again from the shared network.

Answered By 0 points N/A #118240

How Can I Fix Error 0x800710FE?



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