System error 67 has occurred:  there are several issues that keep cropping in Windows OS and one amongst these is System error 67. It is a server issue in Windows that takes place when the users try mapping a network drive.

5 ways to resolve the system error 67 that occurs in Windows 10:

The network Adapter can be updated on the domain controller. Using DriverFix is recommended for this step. This is an effective tool that can help users to scan the device for outdated and missing drivers. When the tool helps in identifying the error, the users can select the adapter driver or install/download all outdated device drivers quickly.

Syntax of the command should be checked because the error may arise due to the net map command. Hence, the user should ensure that he/she has entered the right net map command. The command is “net use * \\*IP Address*\sharename”.

so, the IP address of the command should have backslashes and not forward slashes.

Disabling the Network Address Translator is another effective way to deal with the error. The following steps can be followed:

  • Right-click on the “Start” button. Select “Device Manager”
  • Tap on “View”
  • Now select “Show Hidden Devices”
  • Double-click on the category of Device Manager named, “Non-Plug and Play Drivers”
  • Right-click IP network address translator and select “Disable”

Another way to resolve the error is by turning on Desktop Experience

  • Click on “Start”
  • On Start, click on “Administrative Tools”
  • Select “Server Manager”
  • On the left of Server Manager, click on “Features”
  • Under Features, click on “Add Features”
  • Click on “Desktop Experience”
  • Click on “Add Required Features”
  • Select “Next”
  • Now click on “Install”

The Hardened UNC Policy can be turned off to resolve System error 67.

  • Press Windows + R
  • In Run, type gpedit.msc and click “OK”. Group Policy Editor will open
  • On the left of Group Policy Editor, the user should click “Computer Configuration, Administrative Templates, Network, and Network Provider”
  • On the right of Group Policy Editor, double-click “Hardened UNC Paths”
  • The user will see the “Disabled” button, click on it
  • Now tap on “Apply”
  • Next, the user will have to restart Windows

These are the ways to resolve the issue of error 67 in Windows 10. 

Windows 10 error c1900101-4000d 

Windows 10 error c1900101-4000d 

The Windows 10 error C1900101-4000D will be encountered by the users when they perform an upgrade to Windows 10 from the previous version of the OS. This is a common issue that crops up when the Windows installer is unable to access files or develops a conflict while the installation is in progress. Though the error is annoying, yet easy to fix.

Following are the ways to resolve the issue:

  • Driver update can be performed. This should be done before the installation including sound, graphics, USB devices, BIOS, printers, and whatever is connected to the device.
  • All peripherals like USB devices, card readers, printers, etc. should be removed. Here mouse and keyboards are the only exceptions.
  • Any third-party malware, firewall, or anti-virus should also be uninstalled.
  • The user should now download the latest Windows 10 ISO or USB image.
  • For the installation, it is advised that Wi-Fi should be deactivated; instead, a cable connection should be used for the installation.

Start in a new environment.

  • Type “msconfig” in Windows Explorer
  • Click on “Services” and tap on “Hide all Microsoft Services”
  • Look for Start-up and select “Open Task Manager”
  • Under “Start-up” right-click on each item and disable them
  • Select “OK”
  • This will clean the boot
  • The problem should be resolved by now.

Gdi32full.dll is missing an error

Gdi32full.dll is missing an error

The gdi32full.dll is a DLL or Dynamic Link Library that is shared between software. The file named here is a part of the MS Graphics Interface in Windows. This error means that the file is missing or corrupted. There are a few methods to restore the issue in Windows 10.

Updating the graphics card driver can help resolve the issue.

The graphics card driver will be the one that will require an update in such cases because the error is related to it. However, the user cannot overlook the fact that there might be other drivers too that may require an update. DriverFix can do a good job to restore the issue. The software is easy to download and henceforth it will automatically scan the device.

A third-party repair software can be utilized to take care of the issue.

Restore can be a good option in such a case. From scans to actual fixing, the software is equipped to automate every aspect of the PC.

Use System File Checker to scan the files.

  • Go to Windows search and look for cmd and click on “Run as administrator” available under Command Prompt. Start the app.
  • Before starting sfc scan, enter, exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth
  • Now input, sfc/scannow and press Return
  • Once the scan is complete, the user will encounter a prompt saying, “Windows Resource Protection found corrupt files and successfully repaired them.”
  • Restart Windows.

Reinstalling the program returning the error can also work.

  • The user should open the Win+X menu and select Run
  • In the text box of Run, type, aapwiz.cpl
  • Select “OK”
  • Check the list and select the program that the user wants to uninstall and then press the button, “uninstall”
  • The user will require to select “yes”
  • Once the software is uninstalled, the user needs to restart Windows

Clean Boot Windows 10 is another effective method to restore the issue.

  • Press Windows+R
  • In the text box, type “msconfig” and then press OK
  • Select “Services”
  • The user should tick the check box saying, “ Hide all Microsoft Services”
  • Select Disable All
  • Go to “General”
  • Select “Selective Startup”
  • Deselect the check box saying, “Load startup items”
  • Now the users should select both “Load system services” and “Use original boot configuration”
  • Select “Apply” and OK
  • Now select “Restart” on System Configuration

Scanning the Registry is also another good way to take care of the issue.

  • Download and install CCleaner.
  • Launch and click “Registry”
  • It includes a Missing Shared DLL box that needs to be selected. Also, select another registry checkbox and click on Scan for Issues
  • Select “Fix selected issues”
  • Click on “Yes”
  • Select “Fix All Selected Issues”

These are a few effective ways to tackle the problem and restore the functioning of the device.