A number of users reported that they encountered an error that says, “Windows doesn’t have a network profile for this device” while they tried to connect Network devices such as printers and speakers to their Windows 10 computers. On the other hand, this kind of issue is reported for non-network devices as well. This kind of error might be due to incompatibility between the device and your operating system or it could be that the network drivers in your computer need to be updated in order to recognize the new device. Whatever the cause is here are a couple of suggestions you can try to resolve the “Windows doesn’t have a network profile for this device” error.
As mentioned, the error could be due to incompatibility between the device and the system. To verify, just go to the website of the device’s manufacturer since you can find all the information about the device there.
You might also want to update or roll back or disable your Network drivers to fix the “This operation failed as no adapter is in the state permissible for this operation” error.
Note: If your printer is the one that triggers the error, refer to these steps:
You could also run this troubleshooter to fix the “Windows doesn’t have a network profile for this device” error.
Error Code 0x80070032 is a command that most often relates to codes or commands that have not been entered correctly or do not apply to the given program. It can also appear when mail folders in Windows Mail are not able to sync in the way that they should between the local device and the servers owned by Microsoft.
Common symptoms include:
The primary methods used to address Error Code 0x80070032 are fairly basic and easy to complete. Most users should be able to complete these methods on their own and they do not require a lot of time to do. However, if you don’t feel like you have the experience, skills, or knowledge necessary to complete the steps listed below, consider getting in touch with a qualified Windows repair technician to assist you.
There are three basic methods that users can try in order to resolve Error Code 0x80070032 on their machine. These are fairly simple and easy to complete. However, if the methods below aren’t successful in resolving the error code or if you do not feel confident in your ability to use them, get in touch with a certified Windows repair professional to assist you.
If you believe that you are seeing the error due to entering a command that didn’t work, use Method One first. If you believe it is due to a mail syncing error, use Methods Two or Three.
Here are the top methods for addressing Error Code 0x80070032:
If you believe that you are experiencing Error Code 0x80070032 because of a command that you have entered, the best solution is to reinstall the program in which you were entering the command. You may also want to try updating your program, if able, before reinstalling it. Remember to restart the computer before reattempting to enter in the command that caused the error.
For many users, Error Code 0x80070032 appears because of a bug in one of the versions of Windows 10. If you believe that this is the case, open up your Windows Updates and check to see if there are any updates that you can install.
For users who are only seeing Error Code 0x80070032 because of the bug mentioned above, Windows released an update that should address the error code on its own. If your computer is fully updated, the error may be resolved on its own. Always remember to restart your computer after installing updates so that the necessary changes can take effect.
If the above methods did not resolve the problem successfully, you can switch to local access to your Windows Mail, rather than relying on Microsoft access. To do so, complete the following steps:
Once this is done, you can switch back to your Microsoft account, which should reset your syncing ability. Follow these steps to switch back:
DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Scanhealth DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth