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Fix: Error 0x800CCC13 after upgrading to Windows 10

Error 0x800ccc13 is a common Outlook error. However, many people are receiving this error after upgrading to Windows 10. The solution provided in this guide is specifically aimed at addressing this issue in Windows 10.

The reason why this error occurs is because the system files in Windows 10 during the upgrade have corrupted and most likely has caused permissions issues.

Before you continue with the steps below; make sure Outlook is closed.

To fix the issue; follow the steps below

1. Click the start menu icon on the lower left and type cmd

start menu button

2. Right click cmd and select Run As Administrator

PRO TIP: If the issue is with your computer or a laptop/notebook you should try using the Reimage Plus Software which can scan the repositories and replace corrupt and missing files. This works in most cases, where the issue is originated due to a system corruption. You can download Reimage Plus by Clicking Here

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3. In the command prompt; type sfc /scannow and hit enter.

sfc scannow windows 10

4. Wait for the scan to finish. After the scanning finishes; you should  be able to access Outlook without the error. If you still have any issues, feel free to click the “ask an expert” image below for assistance directly. And, if this has resolved the problem for you; a thank you comment will be appreciated.

PRO TIP: If the issue is with your computer or a laptop/notebook you should try using the Reimage Plus Software which can scan the repositories and replace corrupt and missing files. This works in most cases, where the issue is originated due to a system corruption. You can download Reimage Plus by Clicking Here

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About Kevin Arrows

Hi! I'm Kevin. Thank you for reading the article above. I am a certified MCTS (Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist) with over 10 years of experience. I love to address tech issues, and write tech how-to's in a way that it can be followed by everyone.