Windows 10: OneDrive not accessible.
OneDrive not accessible.
Suddenly my OneDrive is not accessible from Taskbar.
Files are accessible from other places.
Ordinary Admin account logged in with MS (Hotmail acc).
Mike I've been having a few problems with my OneDrive lately on Windows 10 (since the AU initially), I actually ended up with both a OneDrive and a OneDrive - Personal which both contained the same data. After a lot of searching I found a few tricks - main one is to Disconnect your machine from the OneDrive Server and then after a re-boot - reconnect which should reset all the permissions.
With mine I actually had to dive into the registry and delete multiple incorrect entries. (it always amazes me how many entries are given for a single option )
I am on my way out at the moment but will see if I can trace my history and get some links for you - Although I do think that some options are in Shawn's tutorials on One drive (and possibly some posts so a general search here may be fruitful )
Tnx Barman, I'll see if I can get to the bottom of it. It's not that I use it much but wanted to share something thru it and couldn't.
I thought it was only me.
This has been an issue on my laptop for a couple of builds, there was a update that screwed onedrive making the folders inaccessible, updating to a newer build did not help in fact its a known issue and is the same with the latest build on the fast track release (14986). i dont think everyone has the issue or it would be fixed but there are a good few cases of it.
i still get the "cant display" message when i use the onedrive shortcut from the task tray but when i try from the left side of a explorer window it opens, but i cant open all the folders only some, and got the message "catastrophic failure"
there was a fix for it
running cmd with this line....attrib -O d:\onedrive\* /s/d
fixed the onedrive folders,i can see everything in the folders again but still cannot open it through the task tray. hopefully it will get fixed in a future build
I had OneDrive problems a few days ago after the AU upgrade. See my solution at post 9 here which you might want to try OneDrive Problem After Anniversary Upgrade
tried that first, didn't help.
s/d switches not recognized.
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