Transport error can occur on a number of Windows platforms. When the Windows Transport error occurs, it prevents users from opening certain applications, such as Windows Media Player.
- The Transport error Windows 10 is an annoying system error that can be fixed easily.
- A third-party tool can solve the Transport error on Windows 10 quickly.
- Updating your Windows 10 can also fix the Transport error on Windows 10, so give it a try.
- Be sure to disable all third-party software because it can cause the Transport error.
Update the .NET framework
- Press the Windows key + R, type appwiz.cpl, and press Enter or click OK.
- Select .NET Framework 4, and then press the Change button.
- Finally, follow the on-screen instructions to complete the update process.
Run the SFC and DISM scans
- Press the Windows key + S, enter cmd, and click on the relevant search result.
- Enter sfc/scannow in Command prompt, and press the Return key.
- The SFC scan will now start. Thereafter, the System File Checker will scan for corrupted system files.
- The DISM scan will also start after the SFC scan.
- The DISM scan scans for missing system files.
Run the SFC and DISM scans in Safe Mode
- Press Windows + S, type cmd in the text field, and click on Run as administrator under Command prompt.
- In the command line, type sfc /scannow and press Enter to run it.
- If the report contains any files that are missing, Windows will repair them automatically.
Perform a Clean Boot
- Type msconfig in the search box > open System Configuration
- Go to the Services tab > select Hide all Microsoft services > click OK
- Go to the Startup tab > select Disable all startup items > click OK
- Restart your computer
Run the SFC scan manually
Press Windows Key + R to open Run.
Type cmd and click OK to run Command prompt as administrator.
When Command prompt starts, type the following command and press Enter: sfc /scannow
- Wait for the scanning process to be completed.
Perform a System Restore
- If the error is quickly resolved after restarting the device, then you can perform a system restore.
- System restore allows you to revert the system to a previous state.
- To perform a system restore, go to Start, type recovery, and click Recovery.
- After that, click the Create a Restore Point option.
- Click Next, review your selection, and then click Finish.
- Restart your computer.