OneDrive cannot connect to Windows Error in Windows 10 version 2004: fixed

Who I am
Marie-Ange Demory
@marie-angedemory
SOURCES CONSULTED:

support.microsoft.com

Author and references

Microsoft released the latest version of Windows 10 2004 in May, and some users have been complaining about several problems since then. Although the Windows update brings some important and interesting changes to your Windows 10 device, it can also create a lot of problems.

One of these problems is the "OneDrive cannot connect to Windows"In Windows 10, version 2004. This error appears when you open OneDrive on your Windows 10 device, where you can also see options for"Try again"Y"Scaricare files". Unfortunately, both options cannot help eliminate the error.



However, we have tried a few solutions and they seem to work. Let's see how to solve this problem.

Method 1: roll back the May 2020 update (version 2004)

One of the options is to roll back the update, so you can go back to the previous version of Windows and things will be back to normal. You can reverse the May 2020 Update (2004 Version) in two different ways. That is, if the first solution doesn't apply to you, you can try the second. Let's see how.

Solution 1: via Windows recovery settings

Step 1: press the Win + me keyboard shortcut key to open settings.

Step 2: A settings window, click Update and security.

Step 3: Then on the left side of the panel, scroll down and select Recovery.

Now on the right side of the panel, go to the file Go back to the previous version of Windows 10 and click Home.

Click on Home (if highlighted) and will uninstall the file May 2020 Update (2004 Version).



However, for many users Home The button may not be highlighted as shown above. In these cases, you will need to roll back the update using the file Registry Editor. Let's see how in the next solution.

Solution 2: Use Registry Editor

Before making changes a Registry EditorMake sure you back up your registry editor settings. This is to ensure that if log data is lost, it can be restored using the backup data.

Step 1: Go to the Windows search box (next to Home) and type Registry Editor.

Step 2: Left click on the result to open the file Registry Editor window.

Step 3: A Registry Editor window, go to the path as shown below:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetServicesCldFltInstances

On the right side, you will see a file String value named DefaultInstance. Double click to open the file Edit string the dialog box.

Step 4: A Edit string dialog box, edit the file Valuable data field to CldFlt.

print ok to save changes and exit.

Departure Registry Editor and restart your PC for the changes to take effect. the May 2020 Update (2004 Version) it is now uninstalled and reverted to the previous version of the Windows update. your A guide it should now connect to Windows.


If the problem still exists, please follow the next method as shown below.


Method 2: Using Command Prompt

This method can also be performed in two different sets of commands. Let's see how.

Solution 1: Reset TCP / IP to factory default settings

Step 1: Leave Home and write Symbol of the system in the Windows search field.

Step 2: Right-click on the result and select Run as administrator. This will open the file Symbol of the system with administrator rights.


Step 3: As the Symbol of the system The (Admin) window opens, type the following commands one by one and press Log in after each command:

netsh int ip reset netsh winsock reset ipconfig /flushdns

Once the reboot process is complete, exit Symbol of the system and restart your PC. OneDrive should now connect to your PC and you can now view the files.

But, if this doesn't work, you can try the following solution,

Solution 2: enable the Windows Cloud Filter (CldFlt) driver

Most often, the problem arises due to Windows Cloud Filter (CldFlt) Driver. It is possible that the Driver del filtro cloud it's not linked to OneDrive sync. Let's see how to enable it.

Step 1: Leave Home and write Symbol of the system in the Windows search field.

Step 2: Right-click on the result and select Run as administrator. This will open the file Symbol of the system with administrator rights.

Step 3: Copy the following command and paste it into the file Symbol of the system (Administration) window. Hit Log in:

reg query "HKLMSoftwareMicrosoftWindows NTCurrentVersionNotificationsData" / v 41960B29A3BC0C75

Once the process is complete, restart your PC (using the extension Restart button) and the OneDrive sync problem with Windows should be resolved.

add a comment of OneDrive cannot connect to Windows Error in Windows 10 version 2004: fixed
Comment sent successfully! We will review it in the next few hours.