How can I fix error code: 0x80070035?

Alton Alexander
By Alton AlexanderUpdated on June 4th, 2022

This is an error code that indicates that there is a problem with the way that the computer is trying to access a network resource. This can be caused by a number of things, including incorrect settings in the operating system, a problem with the network itself, or a problem with the way that the computer is trying to connect to the network.

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1. Restart your computer

  1. Restart your computer.
  2. Press the "F8" key as soon as you see the startup logo.
  3. Select the "Safe Mode with Networking" option.
  4. Try to access the Internet.
  5. If the problem is still there, try to repair the computer using the "Windows Repair" option.

2. Check your computer for malware

  1. Check for installed programs. Malware can be embedded in programs that are installed on your computer. To check for installed programs, open Control Panel and look for an "Add or Remove Programs" icon. If you see a program that you do not recognize, click it to view its details. If you see a program that you do recognize, click it to uninstall it.
  2. Check for viruses. A virus can damage your computer files and program settings. To check for viruses, open your antivirus program and scan your computer for viruses. If you find any, click on the virus to view its details and to remove it.
  3. Check for spyware and malware. Spyware and malware can track your online activities and collect personal information. To check for spyware and malware, open your browser and type in " Spybot - Search & Destroy ." If Spybot finds any spyware or malware, it will tell you how to remove it.
  4. Check for firewall and security settings. Make sure that your firewall and security settings are up to date. Malware can exploit security vulnerabilities in your computer to gain access to your computer. To check for firewall and security settings, open your firewall program and check for any blocked or blocked ports.
  5. Check for browser add-ons and plugins. Malware can be disguised as an add-on or plugin for your browser. To check for browser add-ons and plugins, open your browser and look for a "add-on" or "plugin" icon. If you see a suspicious add-on or plugin, click on it to view its details and to remove it.
  6. Check for suspicious files. If you think that you may have downloaded or installed malware on your computer, check for suspicious files. suspicious files can be indicators that you have installed malware on your computer. To check for suspicious files, open your file explorer and look for files that you do not recognize. If you find any, click on them to view their details and to remove them.

3. Run the Windows Network Diagnostics tool

  1. Open the Windows Network Diagnostics tool by clicking on the start button and typing "cmd" in the search box.
  2. When the Command Prompt window opens, type "netdiag" and press Enter.
  3. The Windows Network Diagnostics tool will start and display a list of available options.
  4. Select "Advanced" from the menu and then select "Diagnostics" from the list of options.
  5. The Diagnostics window will now display a list of available tasks.
  6. Select "Network Diagnostics" from the list of tasks and then click on the "Start" button.
  7. The Network Diagnostics tool will start to run and will display a list of diagnostic results.
  8. If the error code 0x80070035 appears, please click on the "Next" button to continue.
  9. The next window will display additional information about the error.
  10. If you need to contact Microsoft support, please click on the "Contact Microsoft" button.

4. Temporarily disable your firewall

  1. Open the Control Panel.
  2. Click on the System and Security category.
  3. Click on the Firewall item.
  4. Click on the Temporarily disable button.
  5. Click on the OK button.

Some users might also have success with the following opitons:

  1. Change your network adapter settings.
  2. Update your network drivers.
  3. Use the System File Checker tool to repair missing or corrupted system files.
  4. Run the DISM tool.
  5. Create a new user account.
  6. Restore your computer to an earlier date.