80090030 happens when a user tries to access a file that does not exist on the server. This can happen when the user enters the wrong URL or tries to access a file that has been deleted.
Other common searches for this error include:
- microsoft error code 80090030
1. Restart your computer and try again
- Shut down your computer.
- Unplug your computer and power it off.
- Wait at least five minutes.
- Plug your computer back in and turn it on.
- If the problem is still there, restart your computer again.
2. Update your drivers
1.Open the Device Manager by pressing "Win+R" and typing "device manager". 2.Under "Driver Software" section, locate and update the drivers that are needed. 3.If prompted, reboot your computer. 4.If the problem persists, please consult your computer manufacturer or Microsoft support.
3. reinstall your drivers
- Expand the Network Adapter category
- Right-click the adapter that is causing the problem and select "Update Driver Software"
- Browse to the driver software package that was originally installed on your computer and click "Install"
- If the driver software package is not found, click "Browse my computer for driver software" and locate the package on your computer. Once the driver has been installed, click "Finish"
- Restart your computer
Still not working? maybe try one of these options:
- Try a different USB port.
- Try a different USB cable.
- Try a different USB device.
- Check for loose connections.
- Try another computer.
- Contact the manufacturer.
- Contact Microsoft.