How to fix Code 100?

Alton Alexander
By Alton AlexanderUpdated on June 4th, 2022

Code 100 is a general purpose error code that indicates that something has gone wrong with the request. This error code can happen for a number of reasons, but typically it indicates that the request was malformed or that there was an error in the request itself.

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1. Restart your computer

  1. Open the Start menu and select "Shut Down".
  2. Click on the "Restart" button.
  3. Select "Yes" to restart your computer.
  4. After your computer restarts, select "Start" and then "Shut Down" again.
  5. Click on the "Restart" button.
  6. Select "Yes" to restart your computer.
  7. After your computer restarts, select "Start" and then "Restart" again.
  8. Select "Disable Safe Mode" and then press the "Restart" button.
  9. After your computer restarts, select "Yes" to restart in Safe Mode.
  10. In Safe Mode, open the "Start" menu and select "Run".
  11. Type "cmd" and press the "Enter" button.
  12. Type "cd C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Kits\8.1\Windows Performance Toolkit\Windows Performance Toolkit\bin" and press the "Enter" button.
  13. Type "perfmon.exe" and press the "Enter" button.
  14. Click on the "Start" button.
  15. In the "Performance Monitor" window, click on the "Data Collector" tab.
  16. Under the "Session" section, click on the "Start" button for the "Worker" instance that you want to restart.
  17. Click on the "Stop" button to stop the "Worker" instance.
  18. Click on the "Restart" button.
  19. Select "Yes" to restart the "Worker" instance.
  20. After the "Worker" instance has restarted, click on the "Data Collector" tab and click on the "Stop" button for the "Worker" instance.
  21. Close the "Performance Monitor" window.

2. Check your internet connection

  1. Open the Settings app on your device.

  2. Under "Wi-Fi," select the connection you're having trouble with.

  3. Under "Advanced settings," tap the "Test internet connection" button.

  4. If the connection test succeeds, your issue is likely with your internet provider or your device's connection. If the test fails, see below for steps to fix code 1008. If the test fails:

  5. Verify that your Wi-Fi is turned on and connected to the internet.

  6. Verify that your device is connected to the same Wi-Fi network as your internet provider.

  7. Verify that your device's Wi-Fi settings are configured correctly.

  8. Verify that your device's settings for data roaming are configured correctly.

  9. Verify that your device's settings for Wi-Fi security are configured correctly.

  10. Disable any third-party apps that might be using too much bandwidth.

  11. Reset your device's network settings.

  12. Check with your internet provider to see if they can help you fix code 1008.

3. Update your drivers

  1. Go to Device Manager, expand Operating System Drivers, and right-click on the appropriate driver for your Windows operating system.
  2. Click on Update Driver.
  3. Choose from the available drivers and click Next.
  4. If the driver you are trying to update is not listed in the list, click on the Browse for driver software option and locate the driver on your computer.
  5. Click on the OK button to proceed with the update.
  6. If the driver you are trying to update is listed, click on the Update button.
  7. Restart your computer if it is not already restarted.
  8. After the computer has restarted, check to see if the update was successful by going to Device Manager and looking for the updated driver.

Some users might also have success with the following opitons:

  1. Check for viruses and malware.
  2. Run a disk cleanup.
  3. Delete temporary files.
  4. Run a system file checker.
  5. Repair your registry.
  6. Reinstall your programs.
  7. Perform a clean boot.