Thursday, August 22, 2019

Làm sao để sửa lỗi ‘Windows cannot access computer’

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‘Windows cannot access computer’ , với mã lỗi error code 0x80004005 thì có thể bị sáu nguyên nhân dưới đây.
Bài viết này nêu sáu nguyên nhân dẫn đến lỗi này và cách khắc phục


QUICK FIX 1: DISABLE IPV6 - Bỏ chọn IP V6

One fix is to disable your computer’s IPv6 protocol. You don’t need IPv6 right now anyway unless you’re running an IPv6 network.

Right click the Windows Start button and select Network Connections.
Click “Change adapter options”.
Chuột phải vào your network adapter and Chọn Properties.
Tìm Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6) và bỏ chọn box bên cạnh.
Most network configurations still use IPv4 and will for the foreseeable future so you won’t need IPv6 for a while unless you’re in an enterprise network that is already utilizing IPv6. (In which case, this quick fix won’t work for you.)

Hit “OK” and restart your computer. If this doesn’t resolve the error, then move on to the next suggested fixes.




QUICK FIX 2: CHECK NETBIOS

The next step is to make sure that the NetBIOS service is working. NetBIOS allows networked computers to share resources. If this isn’t working or isn’t enabled, it could be causing the error.

Trong cùng cửa sổ bước 1, highlight IPv4 and click the Properties button underneath.
Click Advanced and then select the WINS tab.
Ensure the NetBIOS setting is at Default.

QUICK FIX 3: CHECK THE SHARING SETTINGS
If the NetBIOS settings weren’t the problem, let us look at the advanced sharing settings.

Navigate to Control Panel, Network and Internet, Network and Sharing Center and Advanced sharing settings.
Click the Private network and make sure network discovery is turned on and that the automatic setup check box is enabled. Make sure Turn on file and printer sharing is also enabled.
Click All Networks and make sure the Turn off password-protected network sharing is enabled.
If you made changes to any of these settings, retest your share to see if it fixed the error.

QUICK FIX 4: CHECK PERMISSIONS
If that didn’t fix it, we should next check permissions.

Right click on the folder or drive you want to share.
Select Share with and then Advanced sharing.
Select the Share tab and then Advanced sharing.
The box next to Share this folder should be checked. Check it if it isn’t. Then click Permissions.
Highlight the Everyone group which should be in the top pane and allow Full Control. If there isn’t an Everyone group, click Add and type ‘Everyone’ in the bottom pane and then select it.
QUICK FIX 5: RE-DOWNLOAD WINDOWS 10 UPDATE
If you receive this error message while attempting to update Windows 10, the problem could be caused by a corrupt installation file. Try re-downloading the Windows 10 installer and starting over. Frustrating, but worth a shot if this is the source of the problem.




QUICK FIX 6: ENABLE SMB 1.0/CIFS FILE SHARING SUPPORT

Được mọi người chọn nhiều nhất và có vẻ đúng với vấn đề nhất
Suggested by TechJunkie reader TFI, several users have reported that this does the trick.


In the search box, type “control panel” then select “Programs and Features”.
In the left-hand task pane, click on “Turn Windows features on or off”.
In the dialog that comes up, scroll down and find “SMB 1.0/CIFS File Sharing Support”.
Make sure that the checkbox next to this option is checked.
Click “OK”.
Thanks, TFI!


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