Windows 10: No Access to OneDrive

  1.    17 Apr 2017 #1

    No Access to OneDrive


    I have been troubleshooting a few problems with one of our computers and finally decided to cut my losses. I have installed an image captured a few days after the computer was purchased, as it had all our programs and app already installed(but need updating) and the problem has only been visible for the past week…The image was created in October 2015. Installed via Reflect

    My Problem:

    I can access and sync OneNote. I cannot get access to OneDrive with the following sign in screen result after attempting to sign in. I can see OneDrive and the data that was probably saved there at the time of the capture. I am entering my correct user name and password. I have lookedat a couple of threads about Local App data…cannot find OneDrive in the list. I only have 1 OneDrive account with my email address

    Another about entering a command in the 'Run' window, did not work. Any help would beappreciated.
    In anticipation, Thank you

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  2. Caledon Ken's Avatar
    Posts : 10,618
    Windows 10 Pro x64 Build 1803
       17 Apr 2017 #2

    Hi Ohwell.

    While I have not tried this procedure according to the thread it solved the problem for a very large number of people. Basically Uninstall One drive and re-install.

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  3.    18 Apr 2017 #3

    Hi Ken.
    I found this site about 5 minutes before I received your reply. Finally up & running again. Thank you for your help
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