Solution For Windows 7 network Error Microsoft Windows have crossed all the hurdles since the terrible days of OS crashes and BSOD’s. Windows users have faced many sorts of error message and annoyance.

Practical scenario:

You have been using Microsoft Windows 7 and things were running quite smoothly apart from small error you haven’t faced any major annoyance.

But one day when you started your computer it failed to connect to any shared network folder and welcomed you with an error message stating Windows cannot access \\machine\sharedfolder, error code 0x80004005“. Whenever you tried to access a network resource you get the same error notification your screen. The strangest part was that your computer discovered other computers on the network you tried all the possible way to fix it. Tried everything that mess with firewall settings, by even uninstalling your antivirus program enabling all networking services and modifying security policies you found that nothing worked.


If you are also suffering from this error then here you have the solution.

This problem generally occurs when Windows core networking component Multiple Provider Router (Mpr.dll) is unable to load the network providers from registry setting located at –


win-7-bad-network-registry-settingThe issue is caused by misbehaving applications corrupting the particular registry entry. As you can see from the below image the ‘Order‘ setting got 2 blank entries in beginning that is causing the issue.

To solve this issue you need to correct the entry. By starting the Registry Editor (regedit.exe) and navigation to the following key:HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\NetworkProvider\Order, edit and fix ProviderOrder entry to the correct value of RDPNP,LanmanWorkstation,webclient .

win7-fixed-reg-setting-network-access(Note: before performing any changes it is advisable to create a registry backup or the key backup.)

Now Restart your computer and you will be able to browse the network resources.


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Fix Windows “Unable To Access” Network Resource Error