Repair Windows 10 Error Code 0x80070035 Network path not found

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Marie-Ange Demory
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Among the many ways to exchange files between 2 systems, one of the most convenient options is to share files between 2 systems connected to the same network. However, some users reported the following error while trying to share resources:

Error code 0x80070035 The network path was not found.

Why

There are many reasons for this error, one of which is that the name of the computer (you are trying to connect with) is too long. Try changing the name of the computer you want to connect to a shorter one and try again. If it doesn't work, follow the methods below.



Solution 1: Enable SMB V1.0

1. close Windows features in Windows 10 search.

2. Locate Support for SMB 1.0 / CIFS file sharing, check and click ok. Now try again.

Solution 2: Make sure sharing is enabled on the folder

1. The right mouse button on the drive of the target computer.

2. Click To share Tab and then click Advanced cast.

3. Select the option share this folder. Finally click OK and Apply.

Solution 2: using gpedit.msc

1. close gpedit.msc in the Windows 10 search box to open the local group policy editor.

2. Go to the following location in the Local Group Policy Editor.

Local Computer Policy> Computer Configuration> Administrative Templates> Network> Lanman Workstation

3. Enable unsafe guest access

Note: - If that doesn't work, please try the steps below.


1. close gpedit.msc in the Windows 10 search box to open the local group policy editor.


2. Find the following location in the Local Group Policy Editor.

Local Computer Policy> Computer Configuration> Windows Settings> Security Settings> Security Options

3. Simply disable Microsoft Network Client - Communications digital signature (always)

Now try again. If that doesn't work, try the next method.

Solution 3: Temporarily disable antivirus and firewall

The procedure for disabling anti-virus software varies depending on the brand of the anti-virus application. In general, we open the antivirus application.

and pause the process. We may also temporarily disable it.

To disable Windows Defender Firewall, the procedure is as follows:

1] Press Win + R to open the file run window and type the command control panel. Press Enter to open the control panel window.

2] Enter the list of options, click and open Windows Defender Firewall.

3] In the list on the left, click Enable or disable Windows Defender Firewall.

4] For public and private network settings, select the radio button under Disable Windows Defender Firewall (not recommended).

5] Click ok to save the settings and reboot the system. Check if it helps with the problem or not.

Solution 4: Reinstall the network adapters, including hidden adapters

Connect your computer to the internet via cable.

1] Press Win + R to open the Run window and type the command devmgmt.msc. Press Enter to open the file Device administrator.


2] Click View tab in the Device Manager window and select Show hidden devices.


3] Now when you expand the list of network adapters, the hidden adapters will be displayed with transparent icons in light color.

4] The right mouse button in all controllers e uninstall they.

5] Restart the system and check if it solves the problem.

Solution 5: Enable NetBIOS over TCP / IP

1] Press Win + R to open the file run window and type the command ncpa.cpl. Press Enter to open the file Wi-Fi property.

2] The right mouse button in you Rete Wi Fi and select Property.

3] Double click in Internet Protocol version 4 to Open Its properties.

4] Click Advanced and go to Scheda WINS.

5]In NetBIOS Configuration column, choose the radio button under "Enable NetBIOS over TCP / IP. "

6] Click OK to save the settings and then reboot the system.


Solution 6: Turn on network discovery

1] Press Win + R to open the file run window and then type the command control panel. Press Enter to open the file Control Panel window.

2] Click Networks and Shares to open the file Networks and Shares.

3] In the menu on the left, choose Change advanced sharing settings.

4] Move the radio button to the option Enable network discovery and check the box that says Enable automatic configuration of devices connected to the network.


5] Restart your system and see if it helps with the problem.

Solution 7: Remove all Windows credentials

1] Press Win + R to open the file run window and type the command control panel. Press Enter to open the file Control panel window.

2] Select the file Credential Manager options.

3]In Windows credentials section, remove all credentials and restart the system.

4] click Add a Windows credential on the same page and manually add credentials.

Solution 8: Change your network security settings

1] Press Win + R to open the file run window and type the command secpol.msc. Press Enter to open the file local security policy window.

2] Go to the route Local Policies >> Security Options.

3] In the right pane, double click and open the file property for network security: LAN Manager authentication level.

4] From the drop-down menu, select Send LM and NTLM: Use NTLMv2 session security if negotiated.

Solution 9: Use Command Prompt

1] Press Win + R to open the file run window and type the command cmd. Press Enter to open the Command Prompt window.

2] Type the following command one by one and press Enter:

ipconfig /release ipconfig /flushdns ipconfig /renew

Restart your system and see if it helps. Otherwise, try the following command at the command prompt:

ipconfig /flushdns nbtstat –r netsh int ip reset netsh winsock reset

Restart the system and see if that solves the problem.

Solution 10: Reset TCP / IP

1. Press Tasto Windows + R key together from the keyboard to open run.

2. Type ncpa.cpl on it and click ok.

3. Right-click the file Ethernet and choose property.

4. Click Install

5. select protocol and click Inserisci.

6. Select Reliable multicast protocol and choose ok.

Fix 12: Connect to the target computer using IP

1. Open the command prompt on the target computer.

2. Run the following command in the Command Prompt window.

ipconfig / all

3. Make a note of your IP from the IPv4 address line.

4. Now, press the Window + R key from your keyboard and Run Open command box together.

5. Write IPv4 address of the unit you want to access on it and click OK.

For example, if my IP address is 192.168.12.131 and the drive I'm accessing is C, I'll try: 192.168.12.131 c

I hope this helps!

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