How To Fix Onedrive Sync Problems On Windows 11

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Windows 11 is the latest and best operating system from Microsoft. It has a lot of new features and works better than previous versions. In any case, like other code, it does make mistakes from time to time. The "No Such Connection point Upheld" mistake is a confusing one that Windows 11 clients might make. If you've run into this annoying problem, don't worry, because we've put together four effective ways to help you solve it.

Changing Windows 11

One of the main reasons for getting the "No Such Connection Point Upheld" error is that Windows parts are getting old. This is how to slowly update your working framework:

  1. Hold down the Windows key and the I key at the same time to open the Settings app.
  2. Click "Windows Update" in the menu on the left.
  3. Click the "Check for updates" button, and Windows will look for updates that are available.
  4. If updates are found, click "Download and introduce," and the changes will be added automatically.
  5. Once the fixes are installed, you'll need to restart your PC for the changes to take effect.

Run the Framework Document Checker (SFC)

Some mistakes, like the "No Such Point of Interaction Upheld" error, can be caused by framework papers that have been changed. By running an SFC sweep, these bad papers can be found and fixed. Here's how you can make it happen:
  • Right-click on the "Begin" button and choose "Windows Terminal (Administrator)" from the menu. This will open the Windows Terminal in a very important way.
  • Type the following order into the Windows Terminal and press Enter: sfc/scannow
  • The system will start looking for papers that have been changed and will then try to fix them.
  • Restart your PC when the result is done.

Re-register Windows Store Apps

If the error is caused by Windows Store apps, re-registering them can often fix the problem. Do these things:
  1. Press Windows + X and choose "Windows Terminal (Administrator)" to open the Windows Terminal as an administrator.
  2. Paste the following order on the computer and press Enter: Get-AppXPackage | Foreach "Add-AppxPackage - DisableDevelopmentMode - Register "$($_.InstallLocation)AppXManifest.xml" | Stop"
  3. Have faith that the circle will end, and then restart your computer.

Restore the system

You can try resetting your system to a state prior to the "No Such Interface Supported" error if none of the previous options worked. How it's done:
  • Open the "Create a restore point" folder by pressing the Windows key.
  • In the Framework Properties window, click on the "Framework Reestablish" button.
  • Adhere to the on-screen directions to pick a reestablish point where your framework was working accurately.
  • Affirm your determination and let the rebuilding system complete.
  • Restart your computer to apply the changes after you're finished.


On Windows 11, getting the error "No Such Interface Supported" can be frustrating, but you don't have to live with it forever. You will be able to effectively troubleshoot and resolve the issue if you adhere to the four strategies described in this blog post. Make sure to stay up with the latest, filter for degenerate documents, re-register Windows Store applications, and use framework reestablish when required. You can restore error-free operation to your Windows 11 system by following these steps. Have fun coding!

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