Windows 10 error code is a code that is displayed when an error occurs while Windows 10 is running. This code can help indicate what the error is and help troubleshoot the problem. This error code can occur for many reasons, such as a corrupt file, a driver issue, or a hardware issue.
1. Restart your computer and try again
- Restart your computer.
- Click on “Start”, type “cmd” in the search box, right-click on “cmd” and select “Run as administrator”.
- At the command prompt, type “resume” and press Enter.
- At the command prompt, type “net stop wuauserv” and press Enter.
- At the command prompt, type “net start wuauserv” and press Enter.
- If the error persists, go to step 7.
- Type “regedit” in the command prompt and press Enter.
- At the registry editor, locate the following key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\Memory Management\Preferences
- In the “Preferences” key, delete the DWORD value named “EnablePagingExecutive”.
- Close the registry editor.
- Restart your computer.
2. Update your drivers
- Open Device Manager by clicking on the Start button, clicking on Control Panel, clicking on System and Security, clicking on Device Manager, and then clicking on the View menu.
- In Device Manager, under Sound, Video, and game controllers, right-click on the appropriate device name and then click on Update Driver.
- If the Update Driver dialog box appears, click on the Browse my computer for driver software button and then click on the Let me pick from a list of available drivers on my computer button.
- On the Driver Update Options dialog box, click on the Browse for a driver file button and then click on the Browse button.
- Locate and select the appropriate driver file from the list of drivers that is displayed and then click on the OK button.
- The driver file will be installed and the Update Driver dialog box will be closed.
- Repeat the steps above for any other devices that are affected by the error code 0x80070057.
3. Run a virus scan
1.Open the "Start" menu and select "Control Panel". 2.Under "System and Security" folder, select "Virus Protection" and then click on the "Scan Now" button. 3.Select "Windows 10" in the "Operating System" section and then click on the "Next" button. 4.Select "Custom Scan" in the "Scan Type" section and then click on the "Next" button. 5.Select the "Check for updates" option in the "Updates" section and then click on the "Next" button. 6.Select the "Scan for viruses" option in the "Virus Detection Type" section and then click on the "Next" button. 7.Click on the "Scan" button to start the virus scan. 8.If the virus scan is successful, the "Scan Results" section will display the results and the "Fix Errors" section will list the errors that have been fixed.
Still not working? maybe try one of these options:
- Run a System File Checker scan.
- Run the DISM tool.
- Reset your PC.