If you are getting an error message called "File system error 2147416359'when trying to access any type of file on your system, don't worry. This particular problem inhibits your access to any type of file on your system unless you take care of it yourself. Follow these quick fixes and then look for the solutions.
1. Try restarting your computer and see if the problem resolves itself.
2. See the Windows Update section. If there are any pending updates, install them on your system.
Solution 1: Manually start the Windows License Manager service
Sometimes this problem occurs if the Windows License Manager service is disabled on your computer.
1. Press the button Windows key With R key.
2. Then write "services.msc“. Click on “ok“To run the Services on your computer.
3. In the Services window, scroll down to find the "Windows License Manager Service".
4. When you have found the service, simply double click In that.
5. Here, set the startup type to "Automatic“In the drop-down menu.
6. Then click on "To apply“To apply the settings on your computer.
7. Next, click on "Home“To start the service on your computer.
8. Finally, click on "ok“To change the settings.
Now close the Services utility window.
9. Restart your computer
Try accessing the image, video, or calculator on your computer. It will work fine. Your problem should be solved.
Solution 2: Uninstall the Photos app and reinstall it
If this problem only occurs while trying to access any kind of photos on your computer then look for this solution.
1. Press Windows key + X.
2. Then click on "PowerShell (administrator)".
3. To uninstall the Photos app package, Copy-paste this command in the Shell Power window, then press Log in.
Get-AppxPackage *photo* | Remove-AppxPackage
Near Shell Power window.
Restart your computer to save the changes to your computer.
4. Open the Store on your computer.
5. Then you should search for "Photography".
6. Next, click on “Microsoft Photo".
7. Now in the Settings window, click on “Obtain“Install Photos on your computer.
Photographs will be installed on your computer.
Fix 3: clean boot of the device
A clean boot of the computer can solve the problem.
1. Right-click the Windows icon, then click "run".
2. Digita “msconfigHere in the Run window. Click on "ok".
3. Once the System Configuration window opens, go to the "general".
4. Immediately after, select "Selective start"option.
5. After this step you have to check the box next to "Charging system services.
6. Click on 'ServicesEyelash ".
7. Next, what you need to do is check the "Hide all Microsoft services".
8. Next, you need to click on "Disable everything".
All third party applications on your system will be disabled.
8. Then click on "To boot"Section.
9. Click on 'Open Task Manager".
10. When the Task Manager appears, right-click each application one by one and click "deactivate“To disable them all.
After you are done disabling all startup items, close the Task Manager window.
11. Back in System Con, click "To apply"TO"ok".
Restart your system.
Try logging into the control panel again.
Fix: 4 Run SFC Scan
An SFC scan will scan the system files for any corrupted files.
1. Digita “Symbol of the system“In the search box.
2. Then press "Log in'from the keyboard.
3.To run a System File Checker (SFC) file, what you need to do is type this command and press Log in.
sfc / scannow
4.After this, you need to perform a DISM scan. To do this, copy and paste this command and then press Log in.
Dism / Online / Cleanup Image / RestoreHealth
Once the two scans are completed, start again your device and see if it works.
Fix 5: Run the app troubleshooter
If the previous solution didn't work, try troubleshooting the Photos app on your computer.
1. First write "Troubleshoot configuration issues“In the search box.
2. Next, click on “Troubleshoot configuration issues".
3. Now click on "Additional troubleshooting toolsFor the list of additional troubleshooting tools.
4. Then click on "Windows Store App".
5. To run the troubleshooter, click "Run the troubleshooter".
Your problem should be solved.