Caa50024 is an error code that is generated when an attempt is made to access a file that is not present on the server. This can happen if the file has been deleted or moved, or if the name of the file has been changed.
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1. Restore from a backup
2.Select the subscription for the backup you want to restore from. 3.Select the Azure storage account where the backup was stored. 4.Select Backup History from the left-hand menu. 5.Select the backup you want to restore from the list. 6.Select Restore from backup. 7.Select the restore point you want to restore to. 8.Select the type of restore you want to perform. 9.Select the Restore settings button. 10.Select the backup files you want to restore. 11.Select the start date and time for the restore. 12.Select the end date and time for the restore. 13.Select the Azure storage location where the restored files will be stored. 14.Select the OK button. 15.Select the OK button to start the restore.
2. Run the System File Checker tool
- Open the Command Prompt (Win+R) and type "cmd".
- In the Command Prompt window, type "sfc /scannow".
- If the System File Checker tool finds any corrupt or missing system files, it will report this to you and offer to fix them. Follow the instructions it provides to do this.
- If the System File Checker tool does not find any corrupt or missing system files, you can proceed to step 5.
- In the Command Prompt window, type "exit".
- Close the Command Prompt window.
3. Run the DISM tool
- Open an elevated command prompt.
- Type Dism.exe /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth
- The DISM tool will scan your computer for missing or corrupt files and restore them if possible.
- If the DISM tool fails to find any missing or corrupt files, it will display a message indicating that it could not complete the operation.
- Click OK to close the DISM tool.
- Restart your computer.
Some users might also have success with the following opitons:
- Reset Windows 10
- Reinstall Windows 10