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    Solution for the Error code 0x80630801 in Windows 7?

    I am getting an Error code 0x80630801 in my Windows 7 System. I do not know what it is and the reason for it. I need someone to fix it as it is not allowing me to use my System to much extent. Thankyou in advance.

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    Support Array
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    Re: Solution for the Error code 0x80630801 in Windows 7?

    The Error code 0x80630801 is due to the corrupted idstore.sst file. Follow these steps, to solve the problem.

    Click Start.
    Type cmd in the search box.
    Right - Click on the Command Prompt and select Run as Administrator.
    If asked for Administrator Password, give and confirm it.
    Navigate to \Windows\ServiceProfiles\LocalService\AppData\Roam ing\PeerNetworking folder on your System Drive (Usually C).
    Find and delete idstore.sst file.
    Restart the Computer and your problem is solved.
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    sunny Array
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    Re: Solution for the Error code 0x80630801 in Windows 7?

    The Error code 0x80630801 is due to the corrupted idstore.sst file.
    Click Start.
    Click on Computer> OS C> Windows>ServiceProfile>LocalService>AppData>Roamin g>PeerNetworking folder.
    Locate idstore.sst file Right click on the file and delete the file.
    Restart the computer. Check if the issue is fixed. If not the only option is to reload the OS.


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    Vishant Array
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    Re: Solution for the Error code 0x80630801 in Windows 7?

    Hey the problem you are facing is due to the file "idstore.sst" so in order to fix it you have to delete it.Your windows is Unable to start the Peer Networking Grouping on Local Computer. So, follow the instruction below and it will fix your problem.

    The file location of this file is "C:\windows\serviceProfiles\LocalSevice\AppData\Roa ming\PeerNetworking".

    Go in this folder and delete the file named "idstore.sst" this will require a administrative permission. Click "OK" and you computer will work again.

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