Error 0x80070079 is a Windows error code that indicates a problem with writing to a drive. This can be caused by a number of things, including a corrupt or outdated driver, a faulty hardware device, or a problem with the file system.
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1. Check for loose connections
- Check for power. If the computer is not plugged in, try plugging it in and turning it on.
- Check for any cables connected to the computer.
- Check for any damaged cables.
- Check for any loose connections.
- Check for any blocked ports.
2. Try a different cable
- Try a different cable.
- If the error persists, try a different outlet.
- If the error persists, try a new power supply.
3. Check your BIOS settings
- Press the "Delete" button to open the BIOS configuration menu.
- Choose "Maintenance" and "Save & Exit".
- Choose "Save & Exit" and then save the new BIOS configuration to a USB drive.
- Reboot your computer.
- Select the USB drive and press F2 to enter the BIOS setup.
- Choose "Save & Exit" and reboot your computer.
- The new BIOS configuration should now be loaded.
- Choose "Maintenance" and "Restore Default".
- Choose "Restore Default" and reboot your computer.
- The BIOS should now be back to the default settings.
4. Change the boot order
- From the Windows Start menu, click Settings.
- Click Advanced startup.
- Click the Boot tab.
- In the Boot order section, click the arrow next to the boot order to change it.
- Click the device that you want to boot first.
- Click the arrow next to the device that you want to boot after.
- Click the device that you want to boot last.
Still not working? maybe try one of these options:
- Check for driver updates.
- Scan for malware.
- Run the System File Checker.
- Perform a clean boot.
- Run the DISM tool.
- Reset your PC.