How to Fix Network Path Not Found Error 0×80070035

In this tutorial, we will teach you how to fix bsod network path not found error 0×80070035
The Error 0×80070035 occurs when you are trying to connect to a shared pc but it is not accessible.


Step 1 – Enter the network path

First of all, go to the start menu and enter double backslash in the search bar followed by the name of the computer which you want to connect to.

Enter the address of the computer you want to connect to

Step 2 – See details of the error 0×80070035

When you will hit the enter key to connect to the computer, a pop-up will appear on your screen. Click on the See Details option here and you will see the error code 0×80070035.
Now click on the Diagnose button and it will automatically start detecting the problems.

Diagnose the error 0x80070035

Step 3 – Problems found after the diagnosis

After the diagnosis has been completed, it will inform you about the issue at hand. In this tutorial, we were informed that the Local Area Connection adaptor is disabled. In order to resolve this problem, click on the option titled “Try these repairs as an administrator”.

Repair as an administrator

Step 4 – Fix the problem

As a result, the windows network diagnostics will automatically fix the problem and enable your local Area Connection adaptor. Once it’s done, simply close the window.

Resolve the issue at hand

Step 5 – Connect to the other computer

Now go back to the start menu and try to connect to the computer you wanted to connect earlier to. A dialog box will appear where you will be asked to type in the user name and the password. Once you are done, hit the enter key to proceed

Enter the network password

Step 6 – View contents of the shared folder

As a result, a folder will open up where you will be able to see the contents of the shared computer. And that’s it.
In this manner, you can fix the BSOD Network Path Not Found Error 0×80070035.

Error successfully resolved