The error code 80070005 is often associated with administrative permissions. A lot of reasons can contribute to this issue. Follow the instructions briefed below to know about the reasons contributing the error and the ways to fix such Microsoft problems.
- Navigate to the location where you have set your user accounts in Windows XP.
- Click on the Start orb placed on the bottom left corner of the home screen. From the Start menu, select the label that reads Control Panel. Switch the Control Panel window view from Category to Classic. To do this, click on the link Switch to classic view.
- From the Control Panel Window, select User Accounts. Now, find the user who is associated with creating the task in the task scheduler.
- Select the user. Click on the link that reads Create a Password.
- Enter the new password. Click on the link that reads Create Password. Close all the applications and restart Windows operating system.
- Click on the Start orb placed on the bottom left corner of the home screen. From the start menu, select the label that reads All Programs. From the All Programs menu, select the label that reads Accessories, System Tools and then the label, Scheduled Tasks.
- Reconfigure the task that caused the error message. When prompted, create the new user name and password. If the task is created, the problem is resolved.
Startup programs restricting the permissions
- Launch the browser. Place the mouse pointer on the navigation space and access the Windows Defender Microsoft website. Wait for the application to download. This may take a minute or two.
- Now, double click the installation file and run the installation.
- Click on the Start orb placed on the bottom left corner of the home screen. From the Start menu, select the label that reads All Programs. From the All Programs list, select the application label Windows Defender.
- Launch the application window. From the application home page, select the label that reads Tools and then the label Software Explorer.
- Select the security or anti-virus program that is making the process corrupt. Hit the Disable option to disable the application.
- Click the name of any program that might be interfering with permissions and then click "Disable."
- Exit all applications and restart your computer. After your computer has restarted, re-launch the application and see whether the error has been fixed or not.
Follow the instructions listed above to resolve the Microsoft problems in your system. For any further assistance, contact our tech support centre.