Code 1060 is an error that can occur when trying to connect to a Windows share. This is usually caused by a firewall or anti-virus software blocking the connection.
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1. Update the device driver
In order to fix code 1060, you will need to update the device driver. To do this, follow these steps:
- Right-click on the Start button and choose Device Manager from the menu.
- In the Device Manager, find the device that is causing the code 1060 error.
- Right-click on the device and choose Update Driver from the menu.
- In the Update Driver window, choose Search automatically for updated driver software.
- Windows will search for and install the updated driver for the device.
- Reboot your computer and the code 1060 error should be fixed.
2. Roll back the device driver
- Click Start, then click Control Panel.
- Double-click System.
- Click the Hardware tab, then click Device Manager.
- Double-click the type of device for which you want to uninstall the driver. For example, double-click "Sound, video, and game controllers."
- Double-click the name of the device for which you want to uninstall the driver.
- Click the Driver tab, then click Uninstall.
- Follow the instructions on the screen to uninstall the driver.
- Restart your computer.
3. Uninstall the device driver
- To uninstall the device driver, open the "Device Manager" and find the device that you want to uninstall.
- Right-click on the device and select "Uninstall".
- Follow the prompts to uninstall the device driver.
- Reboot your computer to complete the uninstall process.
4. Install the latest version of the device driver
- Go to the manufacturer's website and find the latest version of the device driver.
- Download the driver and save it to your computer.
- Double-click on the downloaded file and follow the instructions to install the driver.
- Reboot your computer and check if the code 1060 error is fixed.
5. Disable the device
- Right-click on the "Start" menu and select "Device Manager."
- Locate the device that is giving you the code 1060 error in the list of devices and right-click on it.
- Select "Disable" from the context menu.
- Close the Device Manager and restart your computer.
6. Enable the device
- Click on Start > Control Panel > System and Security.
- Under the Device Manager heading, click on View devices and printers.
- Right-click on the device that is giving you the code 1060 error and select Properties.
- Click on the Driver tab and then click on Update Driver.
- Select Search automatically for updated driver software.
- Windows will now search for and install the updated driver for the device.
- Reboot the computer and try using the device again.
7. Restart the computer
- Restart the computer by pressing the power button.
- Once the computer has restarted, press the F8 key repeatedly.
- Select "Repair Your Computer" from the menu that appears.
- Choose the operating system you want to repair and click "Next."
- Click "Startup Repair."
- Follow the prompts to complete the repair process.
- Restart the computer when prompted.