This error comes up when the network path you are trying to access is not recognized anymore. A third party antivirus that you have installed can cause this issue, as it can prevent the operating system from accessing the specific path you are trying to access. This issue can also be caused if the Windows has encountered some system errors. These system errors can prevent your access to the path.

Error 0x80070035

However, you don’t need to go through this problem anymore, as this error can be solved very easily and very quickly. There are 4 different methods you can perform on your PC to rid yourself of the error code 0x80070035 and allow yourself access to the network path you are trying to access, without any prevailing hindrance.

Method 1: Disable Third Party Anti-Virus Installed on Your Windows

To disable the third party anti-virus installed on your Windows, follow these steps:

  • First of all, you need to check if you have a third party anti-virus installed on your Windows.
  • If you have a third party anti-virus installed, then you have to disable it completely.
  • After you disable the anti-virus, reboot your Windows.
  • Once the PC starts again, check if you can access the network path you were trying to access.

Method 2: Disable Applications

To disable applications, follow these steps:

  • Bring the mouse cursor to the lower right side of your PC’s screen.
  • A menu will appear. Left click on that menu. Or click on the search feature.
  • The search dialog box will open. In the space provided, type msconfig.
  • Press Enter. The search will begin.
  • Wait for the search to finish.
  • Once the search has finished, click on the msconfig icon. That will open up the System Configuration window on your screen.
  • Look for the Services tab on the upper side of the System Configuration Window. When you find it, left click on the Services tab.
  • The Services window will appear. In the Services window looks at the lower left side. There you will find Hide all Microsoft Services. Check the box next to it.
  • Then click on the Disable all button.
  • After that look at the upper side of the System Configuration window again. Find Startup. Click on the Startup tab.
  • The Startup window will appear. In the Startup window, click on the Open Task Manager link.
  • The Task Manager window will open. In the Task Manager window, click on the Startup tab.
  • The Startup window will appear. In the Startup window you will find a list of applications. Left click on each application and click on the Disable button to disable all the applications.
  • Close the Task Manager window.
  • Now, look at the lower right side of the System Configuration window. Find OK there. Click on it.
  • Reboot your Windows.
  • Once the PC starts again, check if you can access the network path you were trying to access.

If the error does not show up anymore, you may have to bring your device back to normal startup. To do that, follow these steps:

  • Bring the mouse cursor to the lower right side of your PC’s screen.
  • A menu will appear. Left click on that menu. Or click on the search feature.
  • The search dialog box will open. In the space provided, type msconfig.
  • Press Enter. The search will begin.
  • Wait for the search to finish.
  • Once the search has finished, click on the msconfig icon. That will open up the System Configuration window on your screen.
  • Look for the General tab on the upper side of the System Configuration Window. When you find it, left click on the General tab.
  • The General window will appear. In the General window, click on the Normal Startup feature.
  • Then look for the Services tab on the upper side of the System Configuration Window. When you find it, left click on the Services tab.
  • The Services window will appear. In the Services window look at the lower left side. There you will find Hide all Microsoft Services. Uncheck the box next to it.
  • Then click on the Enable all button.
  • After that look at the upper side of the System Configuration window again. Find Startup. Click on the Startup tab.
  • The Startup window will appear. In the Startup window, click on the Open Task Manager link.
  • The Task Manager window will open. In the Task Manager window, click on the Startup tab.
  • The Startup window will appear. In the Startup, window enables all your applications.
  • Close the Task Manager window.
  • Now, look at the lower right side of the System Configuration window. Find OK there. Click on it.
  • Reboot your Windows.

Method 3: Turn Windows Firewall Off

To turn Windows firewall off, follow these steps:

  • Press Windows button and X button together. Hold the buttons.
  • Then look at the screen and click on the Control Panel icon.
  • The Control Panel window will open. In the Control Panel window look for Windows Firewall. When you find it, click on it.
  • The Windows Firewall window will open. In the Windows Firewall window look at the left side. You will see a Turn Windows Firewall on or off the link. Click on that.
  • Then click on Turn Windows Firewall off.
  • After doing that click on the OK button.
  • Reboot your Windows.
  • Once the PC starts again, check if you can access the network path you were trying to access.

Method 4: Refresh Your PC

To refresh your PC, follow these steps:

  • Bring the mouse cursor to the lower right side of your PC’s screen.
  • A menu will appear. Left click on that menu. Or click on the Settings feature.
  • The Settings menu will open. In the Settings menu, click on the Change PC Settings option.
  • Then click on the Update and Recovery option.
  • After that click on the Recovery feature.
  • Then look under the Refresh your PC without affecting your files heading. You will find the Get started button. Click on it.
  • Follow the on-screen instructions to finish the process.
  • Wait for the process to finish and then reboot your Windows.
  • Once the PC starts again, check if you can access the network path you were trying to access.