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Windows 7: 0x80070035 after new Power Supply

17 Apr 2011   #1

Windows 7 Professional 64 bit
0x80070035 after new Power Supply

This is driving me crazy. I replaced my power supply and now I get a 0x80070035 error when trying to map my network storage server. I've had this mapped for over a year, and usually just need to enter the password to re-connect after a re-boot.
I've tried disabling the firewall, anti-virus, file and printer sharing, etc. I looked for the extra network entries that others have said to delete, but I don't have any.

This computer is running Windows 7 Professional 64 bit. The network storage server is running Windows 7 Professional 32 bit.

From the 32 bit machine the 64 bit machine shows up, even in explorer.

From the 64 bit machine the 32 bit does not show up except under the Network and sharing center, selecting "see full map" shows both machines.

Any suggestions? I can't see how changing a power supply could cause a problem. I tried going back to a restore point from last week in case a "windows update" caused the problem, which did not show up until the latest re-boot, but that did not help either.

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17 Apr 2011   #2

win 7 ( 64 bit)

i googled the error and came up with this hope it helps....

What is 0x80070035 error?

The 0x80070035 error is the Hexadecimal format of the error caused. This is common error code format used by windows and other windows compatible software and driver vendors.
This code is used by the vendor to identify the error caused. This 0x80070035 error code has a numeric error number and a technical description. In some cases the error may have more parameters in 0x80070035 format .This additional hexadecimal code are the address of the memory locations where the instruction(s) was loaded at the time of the error.

What causes 0x80070035 error?

The 0x80070035 error may be caused by windows registry damage. The corrupted registry entries can be a real threat to the well being of your computer.
There can be many events which may have resulted in the registry errors. An incomplete installation, an incomplete uninstall, improper deletion of applications or hardware. It can also be caused if your computer is recovered from a virus or adware/spyware attack or by an improper shutdown of the computer. All the above actives may result in the deletion or corruption of the entries in the windows registry. This corrupted registry will lead to the missing and wrongly linked information and files needed for the proper working of the application.

How to easily fix 0x80070035 error?

There are two (2) ways to fix 0x80070035 Error:

Advanced Computer User Solution (manual update):
1) Start your computer and log on as an administrator.
2) Click the Start button then select All Programs, Accessories, System Tools, and then click System Restore.
3) In the new window, select "Restore my computer to an earlier time" option and then click Next.
4) Select the most recent system restore point from the "On this list, click a restore point" list, and then click Next.
5) Click Next on the confirmation window.
6) Restarts the computer when the restoration is finished.

Novice Computer User Solution (completely automated):
1) Download (0x80070035) repair utility.
2) Install program and click Scan button.
3) Click the Fix Errors button when scan is completed.
4) Restart your computer.
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17 Apr 2011   #3

Windows 7 Professional 64 bit

I did try the system restore to an earlier time, and the Download does not support Windows 7. Thanks for the suggestions, but I'm still stuck and puzzled.
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17 Apr 2011   #4

Windows 7 Professional 64 bit

OK. I think I solved the problem. The CA Internet Security Suite Plus 2010 that was running for about 5 months on the 32 bit machine seems to have gone rogue. It would not let me open the home screen, and when I tried to remove it, it required calling customer support to remove. Of course they wanted to charge me for a service to fix the software, but I told them to shove it, and to just get it off the computer. I put eset on the computer and all seems well now. I seldom log into this 32 bit machine since I used it for network storage, so I had changed nothing, in at least a week before this happened. I don't think I will ever use another CA product after this experience, and the sales pitch from their customer support.
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17 Apr 2011   #5

Windows 7 Pro x64

Yeah well I watch out for ESet also. I tried it on 2 of my PCs, just for a joke (I don't use any AV), to see if it was anything like the OLD AVG which I liked and uses for years until they forced me to upgrade to there newer version which added a bunch of junk.

When trying to remove Eset, what is it NOD32, I had to get a uninstaller from there website to completely remove it.

Never again. About the only AV product out there that I have considered is the MS Security Essentials. Maybe you should take a look at that.
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