How to Fix System 53 Error?

Windows 10 users can face lots of issues on their systems like unwanted applications running in the background, network connection problems, and sharing the wrong command due to the 53-system error. If you are facing the error system 53 on your system, then there is a chance it that the error is causing further issues. Here are the instructions to solve this error.

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Perform Ping Test

If the users are trying to perform the ping test, then they should carefully apply the given steps.

  • Hold the Win + R keys at the same time on your system to launch the Run section.
  • After that, input ‘cmd’ into it and hit the Enter key to launch the Command Prompt.
  • Now, you may input the pursuing command to ping the server/system in question: ‘ping (IP address of the server).’

Prevent Background Applications 

  • Go to the Settings app on your system.
  • After that, select the Privacy option.
  • You should click on the ‘Background apps’ option.
  • Navigate to the ‘Choose which apps can run in the background’ option and disable particular applications that you want to restrict.
  • If you would like to turn off each background application at once and switch the toggle of ‘Let apps run in the background setting’ to disable it.
  • Now, once reboot the system, the background applications you turned off should no more working in the background.

Check the Share Command

  • Hold the Win + R keys at the same time on your system to launch the Run section.
  • After that, input ‘cmd’ into it and hit the Enter key to launch the Command Prompt.
  • Now, you may input the pursuing share command: ‘net use F: servershare name.’

Check whether NetBIOS Protocol is Turned on

If the users are trying to check whether NetBIOS protocol is turned on, then they should carefully apply the given steps.

  • Navigate to the Start logo on your system.
  • After that, click on the Network option and then the ‘Network and Sharing Center.’
  • You should select the ‘Manage Network Connections’ option.
  • Now, you may reach the ‘Local Area Connection or connection you are using’ and right-click on it.
  • You have to select the Properties option.
  • Go to the ‘Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)’ option.
  • Then select the Advanced option on the General section.
  • You should click on the WINS section.
  • During here, select the option of ‘Enable NetBIOS Over TCP/IP.’
  • Now, click on the OK button.

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