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When using OneDrive, if you get error code 0x80070005 in OneDrive, it can happen in two situations. First is the point at which you are setting up a customary Microsoft record, and second when setting up a Work or School account. This post will help you settle the issue.
The full error messages go as:
OneDrive couldn’t be installed. Please try again. If you continue to have this problem, search the forums.
Fix OneDrive Error Code 0x80070005
The primary method is for a customary record, and the second is for a Work or School Account.
- Update OneDrive
- Update Group Policy for work or school account
Ensure you don’t have any issues with the accreditations of your record. If indeed, then make a point to fix that first.
1] Update OneDrive
Error Code 0x80070005 recommends there is an issue with OneDrive updates
- Press the Start button, and afterward click on Settings
- Explore to Update and Security
- Click on Check for updates, and install the accessible updates
- When the update is finished, open the Run prompt using Win + R keys
- Type %localappdata%\Microsoft\OneDrive\update and press OK.
- Double-tap on OneDriveSetup.exe to install the most recent rendition of OneDrive.
2] Setup Group Policy for Work or School account
If it’s a work or school account, you will get this error when setting up Known Folder Move in OneDrive for work or school. It is caused by a gathering strategy preventing the element from running. You should your IT admin design the arrangement using the steps underneath:
- Open Run Prompt using Win + R
- Type gpedit.exe and press the Enter key to open Group Policy Editor
- Explore the following way in the Group Policy
User Configuration > Administrative Templates > Desktop
- Find the approach—Prohibit User from physically redirecting Profile Folders—and double-tap to open it.
- Set the value to Not Configured.
It is conceivable your organization’s administrators don’t need you to design this component if the Group Policy is enabled. Your administrator may likewise choose for continuing to uphold the arrangement regardless of whether you physically supersede it.