Fix Error Code 0x80070035 – The Network Path Was Not Found

The network path was not found – How to fix error code 0x80070035

Error 0x80070035 can occur when the network itself is working as designed but users make mistakes in typing in the network path name.

The path specified must point to a valid shared resource on the remote device. Windows file and/or printer sharing must be enabled on the remote device, and the remote user must have permission to access the resource.

This tutorial will apply for computers, laptops, desktops,and tablets running the Windows 10, Windows 8/8.1, Windows 7 operating systems.Works for all major computer manufactures (Dell, HP, Acer, Asus, Toshiba, Lenovo, Samsung).


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  2. Works fantastic! Quick too. Mama's gonna be happy.

  3. Windows 10 Enterprise, here. Version 1803, OS Build 17134.556
    Used to work before, stopped after Windows update.
    Windows 10 Error code: 0x80070035 "The network path was not found"
    On your computer open the "Control Panel" -> "Credentials Manager" -> "Windows Credentials" and create new Windows credential for the computerNAS where your share is.
    Use the credentials of a user on that computerNAS who has the admins permissions on the share…
    VOILA, it works!

  4. It solved it for 2 min, I walked away from my laptop for 2 min and tried to do it again and it failed again.

  5. Thank-You so very much. I have been trolling Google, and here for a solution to this problem. I had just about given up, then I saw your video, it worked!!!!!!!!!…. thanks….. much relieved

  6. Sir, Please give me solution…………
    Error code: 0x800704b3
    The network path was either typed incorrectly, does not exist, or the network provider is not currently available.Please try retyping the path or contact your network administrator.

  7. Had this issue in Win 7 64 Bit, while trying to access a NAS on my network a prompt appeared saying it couldnt access the NAS, this was even though it was showing in "My Computer". I could access via the Ip address but not the hostname. Ended up the issue was my anti virus software, Bitdefender to be exact. I solved it simply by creating an exception to the NAS's ip address in the firewall settings.

  8. Just restart the hosting computer and secondary computer then reset up the sharing options

  9. Made the 3 changes, but still got same message on Win 7 pro64.

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