The 0x8007000e error code is a Windows error that happens when there is not enough memory available to complete a task. This can happen when too many programs are running at the same time, when a program is using too much memory, or when a driver is causing problems. This error can also happen if there is a problem with the hard drive or other storage device.
1. Restart your computer and try again
- Restart your computer.
- If you are using a Windows 8 or Windows 10 computer, go to Windows Start, type "power" and click on "Power."
- Click on "Restart."
- If you are using a Windows 7 computer, go to Start, type "reboot" and click on "Reboot."
- If you are using a Mac computer, hold down the "Option" key while clicking on the "Shutdown" button.
- Hold down the "Command" key while clicking on the "Restart" button.
- If you are using a Linux computer, hold down the "Ctrl" key while clicking on the "Restart" button.
2. Check for updates and install any that are available
- Open the Windows Update application.
- If an update is available, it will be listed in the Updates section.
- Click on the update to start the installation process.
- If the update fails to install, you may need to troubleshoot the issue. For example, you may need to install the update using an administrator account.
3. Run the System File Checker tool to repair corrupted system files
- Open the System File Checker tool by typing "sfc" in the start menu search box.
- Click on the "Scan for Corrupt System Files" button.
- If the System File Checker finds any corrupted system files, it will display a list of the files and the error code that the file is causing.
- You can then choose to repair the file or replace it with a fresh copy.
- If the file cannot be repaired, you will need to replace it with a fresh copy.
4. Run the DISM tool to repair the Windows image
- Open an elevated command prompt.
- Type the following command: Dism.exe /online /Cleanup-Image /StartComponentCleanup
- Type the following command to list the results of the DISM tool: Dism.exe /Online /Get-ImageInfo
- If the error code is 0x8007000e, then the DISM tool failed to repair the image. To fix this, you will need to reinstall Windows.
If the answers above didn't work then you should also try:
- Reset Windows 10 to its default settings.
- Reinstall Windows 10.