The error code F000100 can occur because of various reasons. Some users have reported that they experienced this error code when they tried to install the .net framework.
In other instances, users reported the error code F000100 when they tried to update apps on their PC.
If you are also troubled by this error code, here are a couple of troubleshooting tips to help you resolve the error.
PC problems? Solve them in minutes.
Update your drivers
- Launch Device Manager.
- Locate the camera driver, right-click it and choose Update driver.
- Now, go to the Search tab, type the name of your camera in the search box and click Show compatible hardware.
- Click the driver and install it.
Update your graphics card driver
- Right-click the Windows Start button.
- Select Device Manager.
- Locate the Graphics Controller or GPU section, right-click it, and select Update driver.
Update your display driver
- Press Windows then type Device Manager in the search bar and open it.
- Go to the Display adapters section and click on your graphics card.
- Once opened, click on Driver.
- If an update is available, click on Update driver and follow the instructions.
Check if your computer is connected via HDMI
- Try using a different cable
Try connecting to an alternate HDMI port
- Try using a different HDMI cable
- Try connecting your computer to a different monitor
Check the display settings
- If the display settings are incorrect, this error code might pop up. Check the correct display settings of your PC.
- Click on Start.
- Type Display settings in the search bar.
- In Display settings, right-click on the monitor and select the Properties option.
- Go to the Monitor tab and click on Advanced settings.
- In Advanced settings, uncheck the Enable Display scaling on high DPI Settings and Apply.
- Go to Adjust screen resolution.
- Click on Advanced settings, and uncheck the Apply scaling on high DPI settings.
- Click Apply and OK.
Correct your display settings
- Press the Windows key + I to open Settings, and then go to System > Display.
- Next, select Troubleshoot, and then press the Change display settings button.
- Now, select Additional drivers, and press the Update driver button.
- You should get a list of updates, and if any are available, press the Download button.
Perform the Clean Boot
- Press Windows + R to start Run, type msconfig, and hit Enter.
- Go to the Services tab, check the Hide all Microsoft services box, and click OK.
- Go to the Startup tab, check the Hide all Microsoft services box, and click OK.
- Go to the General tab > click Selective startup > uncheck Load startup items > click OK.
- Click Restart.
Perform a System Restore
Press Windows Key + S and enter system restore. Select Create a restore point from the menu.
When the System Properties window opens, go to the System Protection tab. Now click the System Restore button.
When the System Restore window opens, click the Next button.
Now choose a restore point from the list of available restore points.
Click the Next button again.
When confirmation window appears, click the Finish button.