Error code 224000 is a connectivity error that can occur when trying to connect to a Wi-Fi network. There can be a number of reasons why this error might occur, including incorrect Wi-Fi settings, a weak or unstable Wi-Fi signal, or interference from other devices. If you're seeing this error, try restarting your device and checking your Wi-Fi connection to make sure everything is set up correctly.
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1. Restart your computer
- Boot your computer and press "F2" to enter the BIOS.
- Change the boot order to boot from your hard drive first.
- If your computer is equipped with a CD/DVD drive, insert the Windows installation disc and restart your computer.
- If your computer does not have a CD/DVD drive, restart your computer by pressing the "F8" key repeatedly until you see the "Boot Menu" and press "Enter."
- From the "Boot Menu," select "Safe Mode With Networking" and press "Enter."
- Double-check that your network adapter is properly installed and configured.
- Restart your computer.
- From the "Start" screen, open "Settings" and select "System."
- Under "General," select "Restart."
- After your computer restarts, choose "Yes" to restart again.
- After your computer restarts, choose "Install Windows" from the "Start" screen.
- Click "Next."
- Click "Repair Your Computer."
- Follow the on-screen instructions to restart your computer again.
2. Update your drivers
- Open Device Manager by clicking on the Start button, typing "device manager" in the search box, and pressing enter.
- In Device Manager, double-click on the "PnP Controller" icon.
- On the "PnP Controller" window, under the "Universal Serial Bus controllers" heading, right-click on the "Windows Update" driver and select "Update Driver".
- In the "Update Driver" dialog box, select "Browse my computer for driver software".
- In the "Driver File" box, browse to the location where you extracted the Windows Update driver files.
- Click on the "Browse" button and select the "Windows Update" driver files.
- Click on the "OK" button to finish the update.
- Close Device Manager.
3. Roll back your drivers
- Open Device Manager
- Locate the device that is causing the issue and right-click on it
- Select "Update Driver Software"
- Select "Browse my computer for driver software"
- Click on the "Browse" button and select the location of the driver software you want to install
- Click on the "Install" button
- When the driver installation has finished, restart your computer
4. Reinstall your drivers
- Unplug all devices from your computer
- Remove any existing drivers
- Install the latest drivers from the manufacturer's website
- Reboot your computer
- Check your computer for any error codes
5. Run a virus scan
- Open the "Computer Management" application.
- In the "Computer Management" application, click on "Virus Protection".
- In the "Virus Protection" application, click on "Scan Now".
- Click on the "Next" button.
- Click on the "Scan" button.
- If the scan is successful, the "Scan Results" window will list the detected viruses and the corresponding error code.
- If the scan is not successful, the "Scan Results" window will list the detected viruses and the corresponding error code.
- Click on the "Next" button.
- Click on the "Fix Now" button.
- If the fix is successful, the "Fix Complete" window will list the results.
- If the fix is not successful, the "Fix Complete" window will list the results and the error code.
6. Run a malware scan
- Open the System Configuration Utility.
- Under the Security tab, click on the File and Print Services node.
- In the Services list, click on the File and Print Services service.
- On the General tab, click on the Errors and Logging tab.
- In the Error Code list, click on the 2240005 error code.
- On the Actions tab, click on the Fix button.
- In the Fix dialog box, click on the OK button.
Some users might also have success with the following opitons:
- Check your computer for errors.
- Clean your registry.
- Update your BIOS.
- Contact your manufacturer.