SSL Version Interference error message often caused by a conflict in the SSL versions activated in the syste. Third-party antivirus programs may also cause this error. There can be other reasons also for the error.
The ERR_SSL_VERSION_INTERFERENCE error may be occurring due to any of these issues:
Incorrect Date and Time settings on your computer
Hardware acceleration occurring
Outdated versions of Google Chrome or antivirus
Browser cache data is corrupted
The solution that has worked best for users who have claimed to have fixed the ERR_SSL_VERSION_INTERFERENCE error is to disable Google’s Transportation Layer Security (TLS) protocol 1.3 which provides privacy and performance improvements compared to previous versions. Therefore, multiple users have argued whether this is a solution since disabling the function reduces online security.
Anyway, there are many ways to fix it, let’s learn how.
NB! Before applying solutions, disable the firewall and proxy server.
Solutions to fix err_ssl_version_interference
Disabling TLS 1.3
You can quickly resolve the ERR_SSL_VERSION_INTERFERENCE error in Chrome by disabling the TLS 1.3 protocol.
To do this, in the address bar, enter: chrome: // flags
In the navigation bar, type TLS.
When displaying the results, find TLS 1.3.
Set the parameter value to Disabled. After saving the changes, restart your browser and try to open the site.
Make sure your software is up to date.
You should make sure that all your programs are up to date, including your Windows operating system, antivirus program, Google Chrome, etc. Various errors and security issues are fixed with each patch that is released, so this could be a solution to the error for ERR_SSL_VERSION_INTERFERENCE.
Remove or Reinstall Anti-Malware Software
There are numerous reports that certain antivirus engines (such as Kaspersky and Avast) were causing the ERR_SSL_VERSION_INTERFERENCE error to appear to users. First, I strongly recommend that you update your security software to its latest version and check if the problem persists. If it does, reinstalling the antivirus software may help.
In the toolbar, locate the hidden trays and click on them.
Find the security software icon, right-click and select Edit.
Press CTRL + SHIFT + ESC to open the Task Manager.
Find any task related to your antivirus engine and turn it off.
Press Start and open Control Panel.
Go to Programs and Features > Uninstall a Program.
Select your antivirus, right-click on it, and select Uninstall / Change.
Follow the on-screen instructions.
Disabling Antivirus Software
Another solution will be to disable HTTPS checks in antivirus software, as some antivirus uses an in-between scanner, which may not support the same TLS 1.3 version. In general, you need to find everything that controls internet activity.
Open your antivirus program and click on Settings > Additional.
Click on Network and locate Check encrypted connections.
Select Do not check encrypted connections and confirm your decision.
If the error SSL version interference persists, try disabling the antivirus while searching for the cause.
Check date and time
When establishing a secure connection, SSL uses some parameters provided by the system about the browser and system settings. These settings also have a timestamp. If it is not installed correctly, then when you open the site, you will encounter the code ERR_SSL_VERSION_INTERFERENCE.
Open the control panel with the control command from the Run window (Win + R).
Switch the view to large icons and go to the Date and Time section.
Click on the Date and Time setting.
In the next window, enable the automatic time and time zone settings.
Clear browsing data
If you continue to encounter the ERR_SSL_VERSION_INTERFERENCE error, try to clear all browser history, cache, and other temporary information stored on the computer.
Open Chrome and press Ctrl + Shift + Del. You will open the clear history window.
Click the Advanced tab, in the time range and select All time. Click on Delete data to start the cleaning process.
After restarting the browser, try to open a site that did not succeed earlier because of the error SSL version interference.
Disable Hardware Acceleration
The Hardware Acceleration function allows the browser to use hardware such as CPU to process tasks. However, disabling this function can help you fix the error SSL version interference:
Open Google Chrome and click Menu > Settings > Advanced.
In this post, you’ll learn exactly what to do to fix video playback freezes in Windows 10. But first, you’ll need to understand why this error occurs in the first place. The best place to begin is to know that it doesn’t necessarily mean that there’s something wrong with the files.
If you’re currently facing a problem with your video playback, this post is for you. Read on to understand why your video freezes and what you can do to solve this problem.
So, why does your video playback freeze?
That’s a good question and so let’s start from there.
The research we conducted on this problem reveals that the issue here is usually something to do with your graphic card or video drivers. At times, it might also be due to the fact that the video itself is corrupted or something wasn’t done correctly when it was being written. But in most cases, scenario one tends to be the root cause of the problem.
You might have realized that your video persists with the freezing no matter the kind of format (mp4, mov, mkv). This might as well extend to various video playing platforms such as Youtube, media players, Amazon Prime, NetFlix, etc.
I can imagine the frustrations and helplessness you might be feeling right now. But the good news is that this problem can be solved and so you shouldn’t give up.
So without further ado, let’s get fixing.
Fix 1: Try a different audio sample rate
This is a solution that I have seen working for quite a number of people. You can implement it following these steps:
Right click on the volume icon located on your taskbar and then select Playback Devices
Right click on the speaker device then select Properties from the menu
Now you’ll need to click on Advanced Mode after which you should change your sample rate from the current to 24 bit, 96000Hz.
Next, Apply the changes then say OK.
Restart your PC play videos to see if the problem is gone.
Did that work out for you?
Fix 2: Update your display drivers
The best place to begin fixing your video playback freezing issue is to update your video drivers.
Follow the steps in the order given below to do that:
Start by pressing Windows Key + R simultaneously. This will initiate the Run Command window.
Type this command, devmgmt.msc and hit Enter
In the window that comes up, expand the Video Adapters tab and chose Display Driver Name
Right click and then click on Update Driver Software
In the new window, click on Search automatically for updated driver software
Your PC will take sometime to search for new software updates and upgrades (your PC should be connected to the internet).
Restart your PC after it has downloaded and installed the updates
Go back and try playing videos to see if the problem has been resolved.
Fix 3: Use the device manager to temporarily disable battery
Here are the steps to follow to do this:
Press the Windows Key + R simultaneously. This will initiate the Run Command window
Type in devmgmt.msc and hit Enter
In the new window, expand Batteries then select device battery
Right click on it then pick the Uninstall option
Once the uninstallation is complete, restart your PC.
Fix 4: Install graphics drivers in compatibility mode
To install graphics drivers in compatibility mode, follow the steps given below:
Go to the official website of your PC graphics card manufacturer. For instance, if you’re using a Hp, Dell machine, you should go to the official sites of those site of those companies
The next step is to select the configuration of your machine and start downloading the latest version of graphics card drivers
When done, you’ll need to locate the Downloads folder then right click on the .exe file you’ve downloaded
From the context menu, select Properties then click on the Compatibility tab
Check the box next to Run this program in compatibility mode
Select Windows 7
Apply the changes and say OK
Double click the setup file to initiate it’s execution
Follow the prompts to install the drivers to the end
Once the installation is complete, restart your PC
Now go back and try playing videos to see if the problem is solved.
Fix 5: New administrator account
1. Press Windows key simultaneously with I to launch Settings then click on Accounts
2. Next select Family and other people located on the left-hand menu then
3. Select Add someone else to this PC under Other People
4. At the bottom, select I don’t have this person’s sign-in information
5. Click on Add a user without a Microsoft account
6. Enter the username and password for the new account then click Next
7. You’ll be redirected to a new screen once the account is created. You’ll now need to Change the account type
8. Change the new account to Administrator then click OK
After you’ve signed in with your newly created Administrator account, the next step is to delete the old account with the video playback freezing issue then create another user account. Did it work out?
There you have it. Hopefully this solves the problem of video playback freezing in windows 10. If any of our recommendations worked for you, we would be thrilled to hear from you.
Tell us which fix worked for you. And if you experienced challenges along the way or have a question, drop it below and we’ll answer it to the best of our ability.
This error occurs during the Windows 10 Operating System (OS), updates to the latest version. In this post, you’ll learn why this error occurs and most importantly, you’ll be equipped with several techniques by which you can fix it whenever it occurs.
Without further ado, let’s get started.
What causes Windows update error 0x80248007?
This error occurs because of two main reasons. The first one could be that one or several critical files are either missing or corrupt. Secondly, it could be because your Microsoft Software License terms could not be verified. In other words, this error bars you from downloading and installing any updates via Windows update. You’re likely to get this error as many times as you’ll keep clicking on the Retry button.
So now, let’s get down to what really brought you here.
Method 1: Resetting Windows Update Service
Navigate to your Control Panel select view by Large icons then go to Administrative Tools.
Next, double click on Services and provide the required password or confirmation if prompted.
Next, locate and right click on Windows Update and then select stop from the menu that appears. When you apply that, the error is as good as solved.
Method 2: Deleting Windows Update Cache
Deleting the Windows Update cache before retrying the installation of the updates is another quick fix to this error.
Here are the steps to follow to achieve that:
Click on Start or press the Windows icon on your keyboard and type in the search bar services.msc.
On the results that come up, click on Services
Then scroll down until you get to Windows Update Services
Right click on it and then click Stop
Now go to File Explorer from your Start Menu
Navigate to C:>then to Windows>Software Distribution>DataStore then delete all folders and files in there.
Again, navigate to C:>Software Distribution>Download then delete everything you find in there.
Now you’ll need to restart your computer
And try to run the windows update again.
Hopefully, this should solve the problem.
Method 3: Checking the Amount of Free Disk Space
One of the reasons for the missing files or folders could be that your machine doesn’t have enough space to download and store them. It’s always advisable to ensure that your computer has at least 10% of remaining free disc space at any given time.
To check out the amount of available disk space on your computer, do the following:
Go to Start then find File Explorer
Select the File Explorer app
Then click on PC and then check to see the amount of free space on Disk C
If the available space is less than the recommended 10%, you’ll need to right click on C click on Properties followed by Disk Cleanup
From the list that’s populated, vet and see if there’s anything you can uninstall or remove to create more space.
Method 4: Fixing Corrupt Files
You can fix corrupted files by running a simple chkdsk command.
Here’s how to do that:
Go to Start type in CMD in the search bar. Click on run as administrator
Next, select YES, if prompted by UAC.
In the command window that comes up, type in chkdsk C: /f /r and then enter.
You’ll see a screen like the one below.
In case there’s a prompt for you to initiate a scan the next time you reboot press Y then hit Enter.
Now restart your computer and hopefully this should automatically sort out the error for you.
Method 5: Troubleshooting Windows Update
This method is also one that you can quickly use to fix the 0x80248007 error. By taking advantage of the Windows 10 inbuilt troubleshooter, you can find out if there are any errors and apply the recommended solutions.
Here’s what to do:
Click Start followed by Settings
Select Update & Security
On the menu that pops up on your left hand side select Troubleshoot and then click on Windows Update
After this, the tool will take some time to check and see if there are any errors that need fixing.
In case there are any, apply the fixes and restart your computer.
See if this solves the problem by trying to download and install the updates again.
If you keenly follow the steps in any of the 5 methods in this post, you should be in position to get to the bottom of your Windows 10 Update Error 0x80248007 issue.
On that note, we would really love to hear from you. Did you manage to fix the error and run your Windows 10 Updates successfully? Which of the methods we’ve discussed here worked for you? Any challenges you faced while trying to fix the error? Let us know in the comments section below.
Wi-Fi is now the world’s number one wireless connection in offices or privately. People can share files, but it is challenging for massive files such that even a whole drive is not enough. As a result, the speed is slow as the data runs through the public, and it might not be interesting at all. Not to worry, because it is possible to transfer files between two computers using LAN cable.
However, transferring data over a LAN cable would save you all the trouble. If the files you want to move are small, you can do it through Wi-Fi if both devices are operating in the same network. This post will today guide you on how to move between two computers using LAN cable.
Transfer Files using a LAN Cable
An Ethernet cable simplifies the whole process because data is at a fast speed. For instance, a USB cable 2.0 can support a rate of 480 Mbps, which is quite slow. Thus, transferring data using a LAN cable is the best option. A CAT5e cable can sustain a speed of up to 1000 Mbps.
Why you should use a LAN cable
A LAN cable or Ethernet cable’s primary benefit of using it is that it is faster to transfer files between computers than the usual flash drives or Wi-Fi. If you want to share massive data, then this is the best way on all mainstream Windows versions: Windows 7, 8, and 10.
That said, let us see how you can transfer files using a LAN Cable. But before that, make sure that you create a restore point just in case something goes wrong, you can restore your PC back to its initial state.
The two Windows computers
The LAN cable like the CAT 5
Because it is your first time, you need patience
Step 1: Use the LAN cable to connect the Computers/PC’s
The first step is to combine both computers to the LAN cable. Any LAN cable can work, crossover or ethernet. Because both wires use the same port with few functional differences.
Step 2: Enable Network Sharing on Both PCs
Now that both PCs are connected turn on the network sharing option on both computers to enable sharing or exchange of files. You have to repeat the process on both PC’s step by step. Click on the Start menu and locate the Control Panel then click on it to open
A new window will open with the Control Panel, select Network, and the Internet.
Another dialogue box will open, click on Network and Sharing Center. If this is not your first time transferring files between two computers, then you can type the following on the search box after clicking on the startup button: Control Panel\Network and Internet\Network and Sharing Center, then press the Enter key. The command will redirect you from Control Panel to Network and Sharing Center.
From the left-hand side of the Network and Sharing Center window, navigate to Change advanced sharing settings. Three network options will be visible: Public, Private, and All Network. Public Network is a shared connection in public places like airports, coffee shops or restaurants; Private Network is your home network or an organization while All Network comprises both. For a smooth connection and operation, we recommend you connect them to All Networks.
Click on the drop-down icon to expand All Networks. Now, enable Public Sharing to open the PCs to access files through the LAN cable to each other. Turn off password protected sharing to avoid typing it every time you try to access it through another computer.
However, this may pose a significant security risk to your network, so make sure you turn on password protection once the process is over. Switching off your password protector opens it for other computers or people to access the network as shared data, whereby they do not require credentials.
Well, this is not a secure practice since you will share your data with people you don’t trust, but now, you are making an exception this one time because you are transferring files between two PC’s you trust. Once you finish, Save Changes and repeat the same process for the second PC.
Step 3: Setup Static IP
Now that you have enabled network sharing on both PC’s, it is time to bring them to the same network. Set up a static IP address of the same class on both PC’s following the steps below.
1. Click on the Startup button and locate the Control Panel to set up a Static IP. Navigate to Network and Internet then tap on Network Sharing Center. You can also right-click on the Start Menu then click on Network Connections.
2. The next window displays active connections. In this case, it is the Ethernet or LAN cable that connects both PCs. Tap on the Ethernet link. A new dialog box opens, and you should click on the Properties button.
3. Select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) on the next pop up menu. Tap on Properties to open another dialogue box.
4. At this point, you need to configure the two PCs on different IP settings.
On the first computer, tap the option “Use the following IP address.” then input the details below;
IP Address: 192.168.1.1
Subnet mask: 220.127.116.11
Default gateway: 192.168.1.2
It may not be necessary to use the above-given IP addresses because you can use any IP address in class A or B. If you are not sure what these IP addresses mean, stick to the above example.
You have to repeat the process on the second PC, but you flip the IP address as well as the Default gateway values
IP address: 192.168.1.2
Subnet mask: 18.104.22.168
Default gateway: 192.168.1.1
The above procedure keeps the subnet mask the same and changes the IP address.
Now open your Window’s File Explorer and select the Network tab on the left side of the window.
Hopefully, you have set up everything right, as directed above. Both PCs should now be appearing in this Network window. Tap on the other PC’s icon and browse the file. But before you start browsing the files, there is one more setting to configure.
Step 4: Transfer a folder
We assume your cable connection is okay, the sharing option is also enabled, and the IP address configuration is in order. It is now time to transfer files between the two computers using LAN cable. Before you share the data, we recommend that you create a new folder where you will copy and paste all files you want to share.
Now, right-click on the folder you want to share. Navigate to Give access from the context menu then click on the option Specific People
3. From the File Sharing window, on the drop-down menu, select Everyone, then the Add button next to it. You can now finally press the Share button.
After sharing, the next window shows the folder’s location in the network.
The transfer of files between two computers using a LAN cable is now complete, and you can access the folder on the other PC. Launch the Networks panel and Select the other PC’s name.
The file you just shared is now visible. Now you can open the folder and use the usual way (Copy and Paste) to transfer data. You can also repeat the same on the other computer.
The guidelines above will only work between Windows PCs. For Mac or Linux, a different sharing agent like Samba is what you need. You can drop any queries, and we will get back to you.
Well, well, well, you wake up one day, power on your PC, open your browser and see a Steam game update but you can’t get it updated due to a shitty error, “steam content file locked.” Annoying right?
I am going to take you through the various ways you can get this fixed.
But before that, how about we tell the new guys to Steam games what Steam really is?
If it is your first time hearing of Steam, it is a video game digital distribution platform that was launched in 2003 (September to be precise). This distribution platform was developed by Valve Corporation, providing automatic updates for Steam games as their core goal. Thanks to the founders that today they include updates for games from third-party publishers.
Having offered such an excellent platform for gamers, sometimes it becomes difficult to update a single game. It has become such a pain that users run into a “Steam error” when updating a Steam game.
The error is something like this: An error occurred while updating [game] (Content file locked)
What does content file locked mean on Steam?
When you run into a Steam content file locked error, it means that Steam is not in a position to write update files on your hard disk and this will prevent you from playing the latest version of their games.
Most users have thought of this error as a complex or complicated problem, but with a well-thought approach, you can quickly fix the Steam error effortlessly.
How to Fix Content File Locked on Steam?
Running into this error does not mean that it cannot be fixed so, cheer up because there may be many solutions for this error.
Some solutions are very efficient thus a total guarantee that the error will be fixed. Uninstall Steam and all the local game content and later reinstall it afresh turns out to be the most effective method. However, even though it has worked for many users, it is one of the time and data consuming methods you can ever try.
That said, I prefer we start with easy and time-saving solutions before resorting to time-consuming measures as mentioned above.
So, let’s get rolling but before we do, make sure that you create a restore point just in case something goes wrong.
Solution 1: Check the Antiviruses Installed on Your PC
Most of us become confident with our PCs only when there is an antivirus software installed. However, the same antiviruses can lead to this Steam error.
It might be difficult to believe this but here is what happens: antiviruses are very intelligent, and so they can decide to mark Steam files as potential virus and quarantine. When this happens, you will not be able to write any Steam game files on your hard disk.
So, what should you do?
In this situation, the only option is to disable the antivirus until you can do the update on Steam game.
The steps to disabling different antiviruses vary between one another. But, you can manage to disable most of them using the steps below temporarily.
The instructions discussed in this fix are only intended to disable antivirus and not to uninstall an antivirus program temporarily
The following steps will help you to disable antivirus in Windows:
Click on the Windows notification area and locate the antivirus protection program icon of the antivirus you are using.
Once you see the antivirus icon, right-click on it then select Disable, Stop, Shut down, or something similar. For some antivirus programs, you may want to open the program then disable it from the antivirus’ menu.
Once you have disabled your antivirus, the next thing is to check the integrity of game files. Below are the steps:
Restart your PC and then relaunch Steam.
Navigate to the LIBRARY section and then right-click on the specific game was giving you problems.
Select the Properties option then navigate to the Local Files tab.
Next, click the VERIFY INTEGRITY OF GAME FILES button. Be patient for a while until Steam verifies that particular game.
After the Steam game files integrity is verified, try updating Steam games and hopefully the content file locked on Steam has been fixed.
If this error isn’t fixed by now, please try the next fix and see if it can be a viable workaround.
Solution 2: Change Steam and Game Files Location
If the above fix did not work for you, relocating Steam Installation and Game files could work.
However, if the error persists even after changing the location of Steam and game files, then we will have to reinstall Steam. The entire process is listed below.
Any interruption during the copying process may corrupt the files; hence you would have to resort to reinstalling the client again. Therefore, make sure that you have a stable power and no file transfer cables are connected on your PC. It would be wise if you close other running apps too.
Here is how to go about it:
Open the Steam Client and then click on the Settings button.
Click on Downloads then choose Steam Library Folders.
Next, select ADD LIBRARY FOLDER. This can be foundat the lower-left corner.
Now select the new location for Steam.
After selecting the new location, simply close the Steam Client then head over to your Steam directory. (The default location is C:\Program Files\Steam.)
Find and delete the exe and all the files apart from UserData and SteamApp folders.
Now move these files (UserData and SteamApp folders) to the new location you specified in Step 4.
Once that is done, launch Steam, log in and check if you can now update Steam games without any issues.
If the Steam content file locked error pops up again, follow the steps listed in part 2 below:
Reinstalling Steam is the next thing that we have to do if the above measures did not get you through this mess. Even though it is a long process, this should fix everything.
Close your Steam account and then browse to the folder or location where you relocated Steam.
Move/Cut the StyeamApp folder from that particular directory and paste it on your Desktop.
Now uninstall Steam in order to remove the old Steam settings from your PC completely.
After the uninstallation process is complete, reinstall Steam but this time, to the initial location that you selected.
Afterwards, move the SteamApps folder that you pasted on the Desktop to the new Steam directory. Moving this folder is important because it will copy all of your game content, your saved games and settings and you will resume from where you left.
Run/Open Steam and key in your credentials.
Finally, verify the integrity of Steam game files using the verification steps in solution 1, and now everything should work just fine.
Solution 3: Reset Winsock
The Winsock catalogue turns out to be another issue that can cause “Steam content file locked error.”
However, the best thing is that we can reset it and rollback to default settings if we execute the netsh winsock reset command.
You can follow these steps to reset Winsock:
Hit the Windows key + R on the keyboard simultaneously to open the Run dialogue box.
Type cmd in the text box and then press Enter key to open the Command Prompt terminal.
Click Yes to grant administrator permission when prompted by the User Account Control (UAC) .
Type netsh winsock reset in the CMD window then hit the Enter key on the keyboard.
Restart your computer once the command has executed successfully.
Try updating Steam games and see if “Steam content file licked” has been solved.
Solution 4: Repair Corrupt Files
If you are still experiencing the same Steam error, we can try repairing the game files. Doing this will fix any corrupt or missing files that are making it impossible to update Steam games.
Here are the instructions that can guide you on how you can repair Corrupt/Missing Steam Game files:
Close all apps including Steam and navigate to the Steam directory (C:/Program Files (x86)/Steam).
Open the Logs folder and then click on Txt.
Scroll down to the bottom of the text file and see if any recent errors are logging your device.
An example of an error is this: [2017-04-12 12:47:31] [AppID 346110] Update canceled: File commit failed: failed to move unchanged file “C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\workshop\content\346110\570371714\LinuxNoEditor\NPC\Female\Assets\Nude\Nude_Human_Female_Body_D.uasset.z.uncompressed_size” (Disk write failure) Kevin Arrows
The number written first in the URL is your APPID, in this case (346110) is the AppID for ARK Survival Evolved.
Afterwards, navigate to the root folder. In my case, according to the error log above, it is 570371714. Please note that the root folders of different games may vary.
Relaunch Steam and then go your downloads folder.
Lastly, click on the Update option if there are any updates to update the necessary files.
Restart your PC and see if the error is fixed
Solution 5: Check Disk Scan
If the game installation is in a hard drive that has been corrupted or contains bad sectors, you will receive the Steam error content file locked when you try to update it.
This happens because if a Hard Drive has “Bad” sectors, it will slow down. Also, if that is the case, certain areas of the hard drive can’t be accessed.
Running a “Disc Check” scan can help you scan the drive for bad sectors.
We will have a look at two way to scan the hard drive – using the command prompt and using the Partition Wizard tool. You are free to use any option since both achieve the same goal.
Option 1: Disk Scan Using Command Prompt
Press the “Windows” + “R” keys simultaneously to open the Run dialogue box.
Type in “cmd” and then press “Enter“.
Type “chkdskc:/f” without quotes in the command prompt terminal and press “Enter” to execute the command
Press “Y” on the keyboard to confirm the scheduling of a disk check scan.
Be patient for a while for the Disk Check scan operation to complete.
Relaunch the Steam game and see if the content file locked on steam error persists.
Option 2: Disk Scan Using MiniTool Partition Wizard
Do you want to check whether your hard drive has bad sectors? e I recommend that you use the MiniTool Partition Wizard toolkit.
Here is how you can check bad sectors on the Hard drive via MiniTool Partition Wizard:
Download this software using the button above and install it.
Run the app after installing to open the main interface. From here you will see your disk and the features you can use listed.
Now click on the disk you want to test and then choose the Surface Test from the left panel. You can also right-click on the disk and then select Surface Test from the drop-down menu.
On the next window, click the Start Now button to start testing the selected disk.
After the scan, you will receive the results on the screen. Check the test result for the following:
Red squares: This means that there are some bad sectors on your hard drive.
Green squares: This test result means there is no bad sector on your hard drive.
If the test result has many red squares, then those bad sectors are you are getting the content file locked on steam error. Such results are the worse news because your drive seems to be a failing disk.
However, the good news is that using MiniTool Partition Wizard, you can recover data from such sectors, including the lost by deletion, formatting, virus attack, etc.
Solution 6: Run Steam as Administrator
In occasions, Steam may require to be granted administrator permissions for it to access specific folders and files. If admin permissions are not granted, Windows can block it from accessing the folder and the Steam content file locked error might appear.
Therefore, to get rid of it, you should run Steam as administrator:
Right-click on the Steam then select the Properties option.
Navigate to the Compatibility tab and check the Run as Administrator checkbox.
Click the Apply button and the OK button in respectively.
Now you can Run Steam and check to see if the issue persists.
I hope that you have managed to fix the Steam content file locked error that was troubling you.
For or new guys, I am glad that you now know almost everything about the Steam games and that when you encounter this error, you will be prepared to face it.
It has been great having you around and let me know if you were able to fix the issue in the comment section below.
Well, let’s leave aside all the underrating topics that have been rising about Facebook and get to serious things. If you happen to hear someone speaking bad things about Facebook, it is because they were not around when it was first launched. This platform is one of the largest social media networks where you can chat, share photos and videos, and even contact businesses and get things done quickly. However, did you know that to download videos from Facebook to iPhone can be such a tough thing?
I believe that you have been using this platform for quite some time and that you during this time, you come across exciting videos that you wanted to save to your iPhone and watch later.
You did not manage to save it, right?
If you have had this problem, then don’t blame yourself. Unfortunately, Facebook does not have the essential download feature to save Facebook videos to iPhone.
However, despite the lack of the download feature, there are several ways that you can use to download Facebook videos to your iPhone.
How to download Facebook videos to iPhone
There are five different ways that you can use to download Facebook videos. Therefore, if you have been looking forward to saving your Facebook videos on your iPhone, but you just didn’t know-how, you can use one of the following methods.
An online Facebook video downloader,
Video downloader software
Take advantage of save for later option
Method 1: Using an Online Facebook Downloader
Well, if you are that guy who likes to follow discussions in forums, then you might have heard of several Facebook video downloaders on the iOS store.
There are lots of online Facebook video downloaders on the web that allows you to download videos from Facebook to your iDevice.
FBDownload is one of those apps that you can use to download videos from Facebook without any hustle.
For you to be able to use the FBDownload app perfectly, you need to install a browser that supports file downloads. You can download DManager. It is one of the best browsers I can recommend.
Afterward, download and install Cydia Impactor for Mac, Windows, or Linux, depending on the operating system your PC is using.
Now connect your iDevice to your PC and then run the Cydia Impactor app.
Drag and drop the Facebook++ file into the Cydia Impactor window.
Enter your Apple ID and password when prompted for them. This is sent to Apple to generate a signing certificate to install Facebook++ onto your device.
You will see Facebook’s icon on your iPhone’s Home screen when the process is complete.
Go to Settings and then choose General and finally Profiles (or ‘Device Management’).
Next, open the profile that is marked with the Apple ID of your iPhone and then tap on the Trust button.
Finally, open the Facebook++ app and then go to the video that you want to save. You will now see a Save button.
The save button will allow you to download videos from Facebook to iPhone.
Method 3: Use a Video Downloader Software
Sometimes making use of your PC could save you time that you will spend downloading apps for saving videos on your iPhone.
There are many software that you can use to download videos from several social media websites to your computer. One such software is 4KDownload that you can use on macOS, Windows, and Linux.
When you download a Facebook video to your PC using this app, you will have to transfer them to your iPhone using AirDrop or file transfer software for iOS.
Method 4: Save Videos for Later
You can also use the save for later option on Facebook to save Facebook videos and view them later. However, the drawback of this method is that it doesn’t allow you to download the videos to the local storage of your iPhone.Instead, the videos will be saved on your Facebook profile itself. You can always watch these videos without having to connect to the internet, and you don’t need to use any app to get this done.
To use this method,
Open the Facebook app on your iDevice.
Navigate to the video you need to save.
When the video starts to play, three dots will appear at the top-right-hand. Simply tap on it and then select the “Save Video” option.
The video will be saved, and you can view it at any time when you tap on the hamburger menu icon. It should be at the bottom right corner of your screen and then tap on ‘Saved’.
Method 5: Use MyMedia To Download Facebook Videos to your iPhone
You can use this method to download videos from Facebook to iPhone and watch them when offline without any network interruption.
Download the ‘MyMedia File Manager’ application for your iOS device on App Store
Open the Facebook app on your iPhone.
Find the video that you want to download.
Tap the three-dot menu icon from the top right corner of the screen.
Tap on the ‘Save video’ option and then open the Saved Video section.
Under the Saved Video, go ahead and tap on the three-dot and then Copy link.
You can also tap on the ‘Share’ option then select ‘Copy link.’
Next, open the MyMedia app.
Open one of the following websites from the browser:
Windows users often encounter many issues that can make a user not enjoy a reliable internet connection when using their PC. When a default gateway is not available on Windows 10, installing a new Ethernet driver can fix the issue. You can also change your network adapter from Power Management settings.
What are the causes of the default gateway not available?
There are a number of aspects that can lead to this kind of error message on your PC.
Here are just but some of them:
Incorrect IP settings – Internet users come across problems. One of the widespread errors Windows 10 reported is The default gateway is not available. Incorrect IP settings can make your default gateway unavailable or even ISP configuration settings.
Router settings and outdated drivers – Security solutions like McAffee have been reported to block your connection, causing default gateway is not available at times.
The default gateway is not available can block you from accessing and using the internet. Therefore, you must find a way to fix it as it may cause you problems or prevent you from accessing the internet.
That said, let’s have a look at some of the…
Solutions to default gateway is not available
There are a number of fixes you can try on your PC and see if you’ll be able to resolve this problem.
The solutions listed in this article have been proven to work and I am certain that they will be of help to you.
If one method doesn’t work for you, please proceed to the next solution.
Let’s get rolling.
Method 1: Check and Install a New Ethernet Driver
Check the ethernet driver you are using to see if it is the latest version on Windows 10. If you need to install the newest Ethernet driver, go to the website’s motherboard manufacturer. Download and install it, and once done, the default gateway error should now be fixed.
Most Windows users unknowingly have outdated drivers. Share this article to help others. Also, a manual download of drivers is quite risky and you can permanently damage your system by downloading the wrong driver versions. To prevent damaging your device, we recommendTweakBit’s Driver Updater as it is 100% safe. All outdated drivers on your PC will be automatically downloaded. The only setback with the tool is that some of its features are not free.
Method 2: Change your router’s channel
Your wireless channel and dual-band wireless adapters can cause gateway issues. Access your wireless router to fix the problem by changing the channel from automatic to a value.
Some users reported that setting the channel to 6 fixed the default gateway issue, but you can also try other avenues. Meanwhile, you will find more detailed instructions on your wireless router’s manual on how to make such changes.
Also, other users advise on changing the encryption method to fix the gateway issue. Using WPA-WPA2 worked for some users. So, you can try it and see if this option can fix the problem.
If the above methods don’t fix the issue for you, try different encryption methods. Also, keep it in mind that some encryption methods are outdated, and they don’t provide protection at all.
Method 3: Change Power Management settings for your network adapter
According to some users, the default gateway is not available to use can be fixed by changing the Power Management settings of your network adapter. The simple guidelines below will help you:
The Properties window will open when you tap on the Power Management button. Make sure that the Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power option is not checked.
To save the changes, select OK.
We recommend that you read more about network adapter what it is and how to fix problems associated with it.
Method 4: Change the power saving mode on your wireless adapter.
Some users have reported that you can fix The default gateway is not an available error by changing your power options on Windows 10. The few simple steps below will guide you:
Method 5: Change the frequency of your wireless router
Tap on the Windows Key + S then types power options. Locate and choose Power Options from the menu.
Once the Power Options window opens, navigate to your current plan, then tap on Change plan settings.
Tap on Change advanced power settings.
Locate and select Wireless Adapter Settings and change it to Maximum Performance.
Hit Apply then OK and save the changes.
Most of the current routers support 5GHz frequency, which might not work with your current adapter on this frequency. You have to change it to 2.4GHz. Most users reported that a frequency change resolved the default gateway problem. Check your router’s manual for more details on how to change the frequency.
Method 6: Change the wireless mode from 802.11g/b to 802.11g.
The default gateway is not available problem can be fixed by setting the wireless mode from 802.11g/b to 802.11g. Follow the few simple steps below to achieve this.
Launch Network Connections by pressing the Windows Key + X then select Network Connections from the menu.
Locate and right-click your wireless network adapter—select Properties from the menu.
Tap on the Configure tab
Navigate to the Advanced tab, then choose Wireless mode. A drop-down menu will appear, choose 802.11g.
Save the changes then go back to see if the issue is fixed.
Method 7: Use the netshell reset command
Another way to fix The default gateway is not available error is to reset TCP/IP. But, how do you do that? First, launch Command Prompt then enter the IP reset command following the steps below:
Press the Windows Key + X then select Command Prompt(Admin)
Once Command Prompt launches, enter netsh int IP reset then hit Enter.
When the process completes, shut the Command Prompt then restart your PC.
Method 8: Uninstall McAfee
The McAfee antivirus program has been reported by users to interfere with network configuration sometimes. As a result, errors like the default gateway not available will be witnessed. To resolve this problem, uninstall McAfee from your PC and see if the problem is fixed.
After removing the antivirus, your PC will be protected by Windows Defender. Still, you can install an antivirus software of your choice. The recommended antivirus software isBitdefender,BullGuard, andPanda.
Using Restoro PC Repair Tool
We recommend the restoro PC repair tool for all PC owners as the software repairs common computer errors. Also, it protects your computer from file loss, malware attacks, hardware malfunction, and optimizes your PC to guarantee maximum performance. The three steps below will fix all problems on your PC and rid it of viruses.
Launch the tool then select Start Scan. The device will find the issues on your Windows PC.
Tap on Repair All to fix the issues found
The above solutions can help resolve The default gateway is not an available error, as we have discussed on this post. The most common causes are outdated drivers or improper network configuration. Share this article to assist others, and if you have more questions, please leave them below.
Android Operating System(OS) is justifiably the most used around the world. The OS works efficiently, but it can have many shortcomings hindering its regular operation. Some of these issues are “Internet May Not be Available” and today we discuss how to resolve the problem. We offer solutions to all technical issues. But for now, let us delve into fixing the ‘Internet may not be available ’ error on Android devices.
Before we dive in to the fixes, check out some of the causes that might cause this problem.
Causes of internet may not be available android
There are several causes that might lead to this irritating problem. Below are just but some of them:
DHCP: When your android device is in the DHCP connection mode, it will automatically detect some settings which it uses to connect to the internet. As much useful this service can be, it can sometimes fail and the phone might be unable to automatically detect the proper settings.
DNS Settings: These settings are essential especially when your device wants to establish a connection with websites. But the problem is, if the DNS Servers are blocked by a website, the connection will also be blocked leaving you stranded on how to fix internet may not be available on android.
Updates: System updates are usually important and come with several bug fixes so there might be updates that need to be installed before theWifi connection is re-established.
Application Interference: It is possible that another application might be interfering with the Wifi functionality.
Wrong Configuration: If your router configurations configurations become invalid and the IP address changes then this problem might be triggered.
How to fix internet may not be available on android
Well, now that we understand the potential factors that may lead to android internet may not be available error, let see how we can get rid of it once and for all.
Solution 1: Modify DHCP Mode
The Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is used on an internet protocol network as a management protocol. A DHCP server works by assigning an IP address and network configuration parameters to all devices on a system to communicate with other IP networks. You can modify the DCHP mode following the steps below:
Open the notification panel and Tap on Settings
Scroll down to ‘Wireless and Networks’ then click on Wi-Fi
Long-press on the Wi-Fi link you want to connect
Go to ‘Modify Network’ option then Tap on ‘Show Advanced Options.’
Choose ‘IP Settings’ and click on the ‘Static’ tab.
Afterwards, scroll down and click on ‘DNS 1’.
In the first address bar, input ‘22.214.171.124’ then click ‘DNS 2’
In the second address bar input ‘126.96.36.199’
Click on the ‘Save’ tab and try linking the Wi-Fi againthen wait to see if you get the same error message, ‘internet may not available’
Solution 2: Check for Updates on Your Android Device
Follow the steps below to check for updates on your android device:
Open the notification panel then click on Settings.
Scroll down and choose the ‘System’ tab then click on ‘Software Update.’
Go to ‘Check for Updates,’ be patient for the procedure to complete on your android device.
Click on ‘Download and Install’ once the option comes up.
Once the download and install are done, install the update.
Check if the error ‘ internet may not be available’ still persists, as it should now be resolved.
Solution 3: Remove the Cache Partition
If the above solutions have not resolved the ‘internet may not be available,’ you may need to remove the cache partition following the simple steps below.
First, you need to switch off the device by long-pressing on the Power button and select ‘Power Off’
Switch it back on by long-pressing the ‘Volume down and Power’ simultaneously.
Wait for Switch on the logo to appear then click on it.
Afterward, from the developer’s logo, release the ‘Power’ button and ‘Volume down’ key once the ‘Android Logo’ appears.
Use the ‘Volume Down’ key to scroll down the list to locate ‘Wipe Cache.’
Wait for the option ‘remove cache’
When the remove cache option shows up, click on ‘Reboot’ then wait for the device to restart.
Once the device is back on, try linking the Wi-Fi again to see if the problem has been resolved.
Solution 4: Open Safe Mode
In case the above methods have not resolved the issue of ‘internet may not be available’ error, the few simple steps below will guide you to open the safe mode (you can also watch the video for how it should be done):
Start by long-pressing the Power key on your device.
The long-press should avail the Power Off key which you should select.
Select ‘Launch in Safe Mode.’
The mobile will reboot. So, check if the Wi-Fi link is in Safe Mode.
Once it is in safe mode, begin to download the apps one after the other to identify the one creating the issue.
When you identify the problematic app, you can uninstall or update it to resolve the issue.
Solution 5: Reset all settings
This procedure entails resetting all settings of your Android device and not just the applications.
The outcome of this procedure is more like what you’ll get when you perform a factory reset. However, with resetting the settings, you’ll be able to fix the android internet may not be available without deleting your personal data. Also, some customized settings will not be affected.
To do this, see the steps below:
Open the Apps tray.
Tap on General Management and then select Reset settings.
From the next screen, tap Reset settings.
If you have set up a PIN, enter it (this could be you password or unlock pattern).
Tap Reset settings. Once complete a confirmation window will appear.
Solution 6: Factory reset
If resetting the settings did not work, a factory reset could work for you. The only difference is that you will lose your data.
Factory reset addresses bugs that may have developed in the android OS.
Before you try the procedures , make sure that you back up your personal data first because this process is intended to wipe your phone.
Here are the steps:
Create a backup of your data on your PC or an external storage device like a memory card.
Turn off the device and then press and hold the Volume Up key and the Bixby key, then press and hold the Power key.
Release all keys when you see the green Android logo (‘Installing system update’ will show for about 30 – 60 seconds before showing the Android system recovery menu options).
Use the Volume down key to scroll to ‘wipe data / factory reset’.
Press the Power button to select.
Press the Volume down key until ‘Yes — delete all user data’ is highlighted.
Press the Power button to select and start the master reset.
When the reset process is complete, ‘Restart your phone now’ will be highlighted.
Press the Power key to restart the device
You can also check the video below on how to fix on galaxy note 5:
Those are the working fixes that most users who bumped into the android internet may not be available problems used to solve their troubles.
Hopefully, I believe that they will help you resolve the Android error, ‘internet may not be available.’
Let us know which one works for you. Thank you for reading, and you can share the post to benefit others.
Have you bumped through a pop up message saying that “Host Process for Windows Services has stopped working?”
It is frustrating to figure out what might be the ideal cause for such an error because the pop up does not display any additional information related to it. However, even though there is no particular cause as to why you run into this error, there are a number of solutions to help you fix it.
It is believed that running tasks can take up a massive amount of memory or CPU thus resulting in this error. Such tasks cause error pop-ups.
Without wasting much of your time, let’s cut to the chase on how to fix the error in question.
Solution 1: Repair corrupted BITS files
Start by hitting the Windows + R on your keyboard in order to fire up the Run utility dialogue box.
Next, type the following address and hit Enter key: Programdata\Microsoft\network\downloader
Click the “Continue” to grant administrator permissions and access the folder.
Once the File Explorer is open, delete all files starting with “qmgr” e.g qmgr0.dat, qmgr1.dat, etc.
Once these files are deleted, go ahead and update your OS from Settings → Update & Security → Windows Update.
There are situations where third party apps end to conflict with the System.
A clean boot might help you Fix Host Process for Windows Services has stopped working error
Usually, Windows is subjected to a clean boot in order to start the system with the least or minimum set of drivers & programs.
This method is used to troubleshoot Windows issues caused by corrupted drivers and program files.
There are many ways to start your PC in clean boot but I will take you through the most essential ones which will help you solve this error.
Step 1: Load Selective Startup
Hit the Windows Key + R button to open the Run utility.
Type ‘msconfig’ and click OK.
Ensure that you check the ‘Selective startup’ option. You should find this under the General tab.
Now uncheck the ‘Load startup items‘ option under selective startup.
Navigate to the Service tab then check the ‘Hide all Microsoft services’ checkbox.
Click ‘Disable all’ in order to disable any unnecessary services which could cause conflicts.
Click ‘Open Task Manager’ on the startup tab.
Disable all the startup programs that are enabled.
Finally, click OK and then Restart your PC.
After everything is inplace, proceed to the next step in order to troubleshoot software compatibility issues.
Step 2: Enable half of the services
Press the Windows Key + R button
Type ‘msconfig’ and click OK.
Click on the Service tab then check the ‘Hide all Microsoft services’ checkbox.
Afterwards, select half of the services in the Service list and enable them.
Finally, click OK and then reboot your computer.
Solution 3: Open Event Viewer or Reliability History
Press Windows Key + R
Type eventvwr and then press Enter on your keyboard in order to open the Event Viewer.
Double click on Windows Logs from the left panel
Next, check the Application and System logs checkbox
From the next window, find all events that have been highlighted with a red X.
Now check the error details. Find a specific error saying “Host process for Windows has stopped working.“
Once that is found, we can start troubleshooting the issue at hand and try to fix it.
However, if there is no useful information regarding this error, use the Reliability history as below:
Hit the Windows key and then type “Reliability” in the Search box.
From the search result list displayed, click on View Reliability History.
Look for an event with the error message “Host process for Windows has stopped working.“
Take note of the process that is involved in triggering the error in question and follow the following troubleshooting guidelines.
First, uninstall the service right from the control panel if the error in the above service/s is bound to a 3rd party application.
Solution 4: Run System Restore
A system restore is basically the process of rolling back changes that you made on your PC and reverting the computer to a time when you had not made the changes.
It happens that some programs we install on our devices including drivers create an unexpected error to the computer system. These errors could or cause Windows to behave unpredictably.
Sometimes when you uninstall the program or driver that you just installed help in fixing the problem. However, this does not work in each situation and for such cases, you’ll have to fix the issue using a restore point that was created.
The restore point usually restores your system to an earlier date when everything worked correctly using System Restore on Windows.
To use restore feature on Windows 10, follow the below steps:
Click on the Start button and then type Control Panel in the search box.
Click on the Control Panel from the search result to open it.
Now click on System and Security option and then click on the System option.
While you are still in the System window, click on System Protection. You can find this on the top left-hand side of the System window.
Performing the above action will take you straight to the System property window. Here, select the drive for which you want to perform the Restore.
Afterward, click on System Restore this is under protection settings.
Click the Next button when the next window pops up.
You will then see a list of Restore points that were created. Just choose the most recent Restore point from the list and then click Next.
A confirmation dialogue box will appear, confirm that you want to perform a system restore then click on Finish.
Click on Yes confirmation button. This screen is just to inform you that – Once Started, System Restore cannot be interrupted.
Please note that once the process starts, it cannot be stopped and should not be interrupted. So, make sure that your PC is on power.
Performing a Restore in Safe Mode
There are times when System Restore won’t work. This is usually due to various Windows issues or software conflicts. When this happens, it means that your computer system will not be able to roll back to the desired Restore point.
Thanks to Microsoft that there is a way to overcome this problem. You just need to start the Windows in Safe Mode.
When you start your PC in safe mode, only the essential part of the Window runs and any problematic software, apps, drivers or settings will be disabled.
Often, any computer that is restored in safe mode is usually successful.
To boot your PC in Safe Mode and continue with the restore, follow the below steps:
Boot your computer in Safe mode by following any of the methods listed here.
After your system is in safe mode, click on the Troubleshoot option and then click on Advanced Options.
You will see a list of six options under Advanced options, leave the rest and just click on System Restore.
Choose a System Restore point to which you want to restore the System. Make sure that you select the most recent restore point.
Be patient until the process is complete. When the restore process is complete, you will be taken to the login screen or to your desktop.
Performing a Restore when the PC is not booting up
In case your computer is not booting or the Windows is not starting normally you can perform Restore it.
In these conditions, follow these steps below:
Make sure that your computer is completely off.
Press the power button and continuously press the F8 key in order to enter the Boot menu.
A Troubleshoot window will open. Click on Advanced options.
Click on the System Restore option and then proceed with steps 7 to 10 in method 1.
Although we are focusing on Windows 10, the same steps can get you through the restore process on windows 8.1 and windows 7.
Also, even though a System Restore is very helpful, certain things should be kept in mind.
Let me shed some light to you that while dealing with restore point or the restore process.
System Restore cannot not protect your computer from viruses and malware.
If you happened to create any new user accounts since the last restore point was set, the restore point will be erased but your data and files that you created will remain.
A restore point does not serve the purpose of Windows backup.
I hope that one of the above methods has helped you to use System Restore on Windows 7,6.1 and 10 and that by now you’ve managed to fix Host Process for Windows Services has stopped working error.
Solution 5: Run DISM Tool
Note that you should not use the SFC command when trying to fix this error because it will replace Microsoft Opencl.dll file with Nvidia.
It therefore recommended that you check the system integrity by running the DISM Checkhealth command.
Below is how you can go about it:
Press Windows Key + X.
Select Command Prompt (Admin).
Now type in the following commands and hit Enter after each:
Once the program has been installed, right-click on the image file which you just downloaded then select “Extract here.” Open the folder then run Memtest86+ USB Installer.
From the next window, select your USB drive in order to start burning the MemTest86 program. Please note that this process will format your USB drive.
After burning the software, unplug the USB drive then plug it in the computer that was showing the Host Process for Windows Services has stopped working.
Restart your PC
Select boot from the USB flash drive and Memtest86 will immediately start testing for memory corruption
If your PC passes all the tests made by this tool then your memory is working perfectly fine. However, if other steps were unsuccessful, Memtest86 will find memory corruption. This means that the error in question is being triggered by a corrupt memory.
To Fix Host Process for Windows Services has stopped working error, simply replace your RAM.
I believe you are curious to know what Bonjour service in Windows is. Many people have asked if it is a good idea keeping it or it should be removed completely. The answer to this question will entirely depend on whether you have an iPhone or Apple TV.
Today, I am going to take you through everything that this service entails, whether you should remove it or not, and most importantly how to remove it from your PC.
This service was initially called Apple Rendezvous. Its main purpose is to simplify network operations.
The funny part of this program is that when installed, it doesn’t create a desktop icon and neither will you use it directly. It is not like Google Chrome or Adobe Illustrator. In fact, it is only used by applications and other programs.
This service acts as an intermediary (and runs in the background) between these applications and your local data network.
The communication happens when the iTunes program on your PC finds other PCs on your network which have iTunes installed. This way, you can take control of the shared media libraries.
How does this service get on your Windows PC?
It happens that you’ll find this service running on your PC yet you did not manually install it. Well, you have a chance to personally/manually install it and sometimes apps like Safari and iTunes will auto-install Bonjour service on your PC.
So, is it safe to remove it?
If you are not using Apple devices (e.g MacBooks or iPhones, or Apple TV), you don’t need it. However, Windows has some programs that depend on Bonjour service to execute properly so always check the system requirements for all your apps. When you find out that it is of no use, you can safely get rid of it from your Windows PC.
If you did not install Bonjour yet it’s on your PC, don’t remove it. It simply means that there is an application that depends on it to run. Uninstalling it will cause some programs to misbehave or crash.
How to remove/uninstall/delete Bonjour service on Windows 10/8/7
If you didn’t install Bonjour service then it was installed by an app that depends on it. The good news is that if you are not using the app, you can permanently uninstall it and no harm will befall your PC.
Here are the steps to uninstall the Bonjour service from your Windows computer:
Method 1: Uninstalling Bonjour service
Press Windows button + R to open the run box
Next, type appwiz.cpl then hit Enter.
Find the Bonjour service from the list of programs/services displayed. This should appear under Programs and Features screen.
Click on the Bonjour app then on select Uninstall.