How to fix Windows 10 0xC1900101 error codeVevo Digital
A Windows 10 error that begins with 0xC1900101 is usually a driver error. If you see any of the following error codes, try the steps below to fix the problem.
0xC1900101 – 0x2000c
0xC1900101 – 0x20017
0xC1900101 – 0x30018
0xC1900101 – 0x3000D
0xC1900101 – 0x4000D
0xC1900101 – 0x40017
- Make sure that your device has enough space.
Your device requires at least 16 GB of free space to upgrade a 32-bit OS, or 20 GB for a 64-bit OS. For more info, see Free up drive space in Windows 10.
- Run Windows Update a few times.
Download and install any available updates in Windows Update, including software updates, hardware updates, and some third-party drivers. Use the troubleshooter for Windows 10 to fix Windows Update errors.
- Check third-party drivers and download any updates.
You can find third-party drivers and installation instructions for any hardware you’ve added to your device on the manufacturer’s website.
- Unplug extra hardware.
Remove all external storage devices and drives, docks, and other hardware you might have plugged into your device that isn’t needed for basic functionality.
- Check Device Manager for errors
Select the Start button, then in the search box on the taskbar, type device manager. Choose Device Manager from the results. In the window that pops up, look for any device with a yellow exclamation mark beside it (you may have to select each category to switch to the list of devices). Press and hold (or right-click) the device name and select either Update Driver Software or Uninstall to correct the errors.
- Remove third-party security software.
Make sure you know how to reinstall your programs and that any necessary product keys are on hand. Windows Defender will help protect your device in the meantime.
- Repair hard-drive errors
Select the Start button, then in the search box on the taskbar, type command prompt. Choose Command Prompt from the list of results. In the window that pops up, type chkdsk/f C: and press the Enter key. Repairs automatically start on your hard drive, and you’ll be asked to restart your device.
- Do a clean restart into Windows.
- Restore and repair system files.
Select the Start button, then in the search box on the taskbar, type command prompt. Choose Command Prompt from the list of results. In the window that pops up, type DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth and press the Enter key. (Learn to repair a Windows image)