How To Fix Windows Live Mail Error ID 0x800ccc0e? 

Windows Live Mail Error ID 0x800ccc0e 

The Windows Live Mail Error id 0x800CCC0E indicates that the connection to the server has timed out. This particular error comes to your email client when you try to access websites. There are many reasons for the time out error, but it is usually the port and the settings on the website that causes the error code.

You Will Get The Following Message

'Unable to send or receive messages to and from for the (account name). Your server has an unexpected termination from the connection. Possible causes for this include issues like server problems, network problems, or a long period of inactivity.'

It also comes in the form of Socket Error: 10060 as an alternative error code.

 

We’ll now be looking at some troubleshooting methods in order to resolve the WLM Error Code 0x800CCC0E.

 

METHOD 1: CLOSE UNWANTED PROGRAMS

Conflicting programs that are running simultaneously along with the Windows Live Mail can cause this error.

  • Open the Task Manager (Ctrl + Alt + Del).
  • You will now come to a list of programs that are running on your computer.
  • Click on the program/application you want to close and then click the End Task  button.
  • Perform the same steps for the applications you want to close and then close the Task Manager.
  • Restart Windows Live Mail and you will be relieved from the error. Proceed to the next step if Method 1 did not resolve the issue.
 

METHOD 2: UPDATE AND REINSTALL CONFLICTING PROGRAMS

  • Click the Windows (Start) icon at the bottom left corner of the desktop screen.
  • In the search bar, enter 'Control Panel' and press the Enter button.
  • The Control Panel window will open.
  • Click the Programs and Features option on the left pane of the Control Panel and the list of programs and applications will appear on the screen.
  • Perform a right-click on the unsecured or conflict programs and click the Uninstall button.
  • The program will be removed.
  • Restart your computer and open Windows Live Mail to see if you are relieved from the Windows Live Mail error id 0x800CCC0E.
  • If yes, reinstall the programs from the internet or with the help of the installation disk.
 

METHOD 3: DISK CLEANUP

  • Having junk stored in your computer can lead to all sorts of issues. To perform disk cleanup:
  • Click the Windows (Start) icon.
  • Enter the words 'Disk Cleanup' in the search bar and press the Enter button.
  • You can select the drive and then choose the files you want to remove.
  • Click the OK button and then click Delete Files.
  • You will be resolved from the Error code 0x800CCC0E.
 

METHOD 4: WINDOWS UPDATE

  • Click the Windows (Start) icon.
  • Click the Settings (gear icon) option from the left section of the menu.
  • Select the option Update & Settings on the left pane and navigate to the Windows Update section.
  • Click the Check for Updates button.
 

METHOD 5: REINSTALL GRAPHICS DRIVER

  • Click the Windows (Start) icon.
  • Enter 'Device Manager' in the search bar and press the Enter button.
  • The Device Manager window will open.
  • Navigate to the Graphic driver section, perform a right-click, and select the Uninstall device option.
  • Restart the computer and the OS will automatically install the graphic driver with the updated version.
  • Now check if the Windows Live Mail error id 0x800CCC0E has been fixed.

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