Error code 0x8007000b indicates that there may be an issue with your Windows libraries. Windows Libraries give you a central place to manage distributed files on your computer and save you time by grouping all your files in one place instead of having to search through a series of folders and directories.
Windows Live Photo Gallery uses the older Windows libraries, and if you get this error and the app won't start, it usually means there's a problem with the libraries. Some of the files they contain may be corrupted and you may not be able to open the application until you resolve them.
Additionally, if you try to install updates on a Windows computer from the Windows Update web portal or Microsoft Update, you may receive this error message.
If you're struggling with this problem, you're probably using a 64-bit OS and a 64-bit exe that loads 32-bit dlls, or vice versa: 32-bit OS where the 32-bit exe tries to load 64-bit. bit dlls. For the purposes of this contribution, we assume that this is the case above.
In addition, an error may occur when installing apps on Windows Phone 10, which describes that something unexpected happened and returns the error code 0x8007000B. The error also indicates that waiting for a while or restarting the device may help. Unfortunately, none of these recommendations will solve your problem.
The error code is a result of setting your Windows smartphone to save apps. If your phone has an SD card and you have set it as the default location to install apps, this is your problem. The Fitbit app is only installed on your phone's internal memory.
Run the System Update Readiness Tool.
Another method to fix error code 0x800700b is to open and run the System Update Readiness Tool on your error code 0x8007000b. This program performs a scan of your Windows operating system to determine if it is ready for updates and attempts to fix any errors that may occur.
After scanning and running this tool, you should always take the time to reboot your computer before attempting the update procedure so that any changes you make can be properly applied to your computer.
Modify the registry entries:
(1) This operation requires a modification of the registry entries. You must get your record. How to guarantee your registration
2. go to Start > Run > Change Rules
3. Navigate to the following entries and remove the value if it exists:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE SYSTEM CurrentControlSet Services Tcpip Parameters NameServer = (leave blank)
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE SYSTEM ControlSet001 Services Tcpip Parameters NameServer =
Restore default libraries
Try to restore the default libraries as described here:
- In Windows Explorer, go to Libraries and delete pictures and videos (you may also need to delete documents and music).
- In the navigation pane, right-click Libraries, and then select Restore Standard Libraries from the context menu.