Have you ever encountered error code 0x80300113?
Today in this article, we will discuss the likely culprits and show you how to easily solve the problem. Be sure to read through this guide completely to get the best chance to fix error code 0x80300113 and get yourself back on track with your PC!
What is the Cause of Error Code 0x80300113?
Error code 0x80300113 can have quite a few reasons behind it, and some of them are listed below. Although Microsoft still doesn’t have a specific reference list for their error codes, you can probably believe that most of the typical errors relating to error code 0x80300113 are listed below. They are;
The PC is not connected to the network.
Time, date, or time zone does not match.
The PC Is not connected to the internet and is required to be.
The software/program/utility is stored on a mapped drive.
How to Fix Error Code 0x80300113 Fast
Connect the Device to the Internet
When you are using an online convenience store or similar utility, it is important that you use it after you are connected to the internet. You must make sure that you are connected to the internet so that a troubleshooter can solve your problem.
If error 0x80300113 occurs after running the utility, click the network icon in the toolbar to see if you are currently connected to the network.
If your computer is not connected to the network via Wi-Fi or Ethernet cable, you must connect it to the network before running troubleshooting again.
Set or Reset the Time/Date/Clock to be Correct
It turns out that one of the most common causes of Internet troubleshooting error 0x80300113 is incorrect time and date. In this case, you can try to reset the time, year, and time zone to the correct values. Then you can run Windows Internet Troubleshooter to resolve the problem and maintain a working Internet connection.
Here is a quick guide on how to set the correct time, date, and time zone on your computer.
- Press the “Win” key + the “R” key to open the “Run” dialog box. Then type timedate.cpl in the text box and press the Enter key to open the Date and Time window.
- Go to the Date and Time tab and click the Change Date and Time button.
- Select the appropriate date using the calendar, and then set the appropriate time in the Time field according to your time zone. Click OK.
- Go back to the Date and Time tab and click Change Time Zone. Then select the correct time zone and click OK.
- Restart your computer.
The next time you start your computer, check to see if error 0x80300113 has been resolved. If you always get the same error when running an Internet troubleshooter, try the following method.
Copy the Software or Utility Folders onto your Local Drive
If you don’t run locally saved diagnostics, you may get error 0x80300113 because you are trying to run the Windows utility from a mapped drive. If this scenario applies, you can try to copy the file locally to resolve error 0x80300113.
To do this, follow the instructions below.
- Simply access your mapped drive and cut/copy the utility file.
- Then open File Explorer and paste the utility file on your local drive (C:/ works fine).
- After saving the utility to the local disk, you can open it and check if error 0x80300113 disappears.
In conclusion, we hope that we were able to help you find a resolution to error code 0x80300113. Although this error can be quite finicky to get around, we hope that one of the above methods has helped you get back to troubleshooting or even using your computer again!
Be sure to take a look through the rest of our articles here on TechSplat, or if you are still having issues – be sure to contact Microsoft Support who will be able to assist in your remediation of error code 0x80300113.
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