I have a Toshiba desktop with 1TB external hard drive. Shows another language with an Error: 0x80070005
Runtime Error! what is it?
PDB is a a Microsoft file holding debugging information for a program. It stands for program database. The error mentioned is also referred to as "access denied."
However, you could post what is in that file until the cows come home and still end up having to try chkdsk or startup repair. Save yourself some premature aging by doing so sooner rather than later.
Purportedly, it is related to you not having sufficient permissions for Windows Update. As that news likely will cross your eyes and make you tear out your hair or simply call me nuts, I will exit quickly stage left. Log in as system administrator and see if you have any luck performing windows updates. Just before you get too carried away, it would be a good day to copy files you want to save from that external hard drive, JUST IN CASE. Of what? The Unknown!
Well, whether malware has been at play (see MalwareBytes for that) or some newly installed program has put the whammy on you (think about uninstalling the latest monster you unleashed), you might just try running the diagnostic software on the brand website for the external drive. Pardon the kitchen sink approach, but if you are getting an access denied error for no apparent reason, you will likely have to apply some general, sweeping fix rather than some tiny registry entry. I do not think this is a case for a Microsoft Fixit.
Jul 30, 2015 |
Toshiba PC Desktops