Error code “0x0000052e” is the name of the problem, which usually contains detailed information about the fault, including the cause of the fault, which component of the system or application failed, and other information. The numeric code in the fault name contains data that can be deciphered by the manufacturer of the failed component or application.
The problem stemming from this code can occur in many different places in the system. Thus, even if you specify some details in the name, it will be difficult for the user to identify and solve the problem if they do not have the technical knowledge or software to do so.
What causes error 0x0000052E?
Damaged system file: It turns out that you can also encounter a similar problem due to a corrupted system file that affects the Windows files responsible for managing print dependencies. In this case, you can hope to solve the problem with a procedure such as a clean installation or a restore installation.
Damaged Dymo driver installation: Many users who have encountered this problem only when trying to connect Dymo devices have been able to resolve it by uninstalling the entire driver and support software infrastructure and then reinstalling it.
Common Printer Registration Error: If this problem occurs on a Windows 10 computer, it is most likely a common error that can be resolved by simply running the built-in printer troubleshooter and applying the recommended solution.
How to repair error 0x0000052E?
Use the Connection Information Manager
Windows 10 has a built-in login manager that stores all passwords, including those for logging in to websites, connected apps, and networks. You can save your password there and it will be used automatically when you try to install the printer.
- Click the Start button and type Credential Manager.
- Once it appears in the list, open it with a single click.
- Select Windows Credentials, then click the Add Windows Credentials link.
- In the Credentials window, enter the appropriate print server name, username, and password that you know on the print server.
- Click OK and try to install the printer.
Re-enter the appropriate credentials
- On a Windows computer, open a command prompt with advanced privileges.
- Then enter the following text and press Enter:
run \<servername><printer name>.
- Replace <servername> with the Pinter server and <printername> with the printer name. The authentication window will appear.
- Enter the correct name and you can add the printer.
Launch the printer troubleshooter
- Open the Run dialog box by pressing the Windows + R keys.
- Then type “ms-settings: troubleshoot” and press Enter to open the Troubleshoot tab of the Settings application.
- If you are on the Troubleshoot tab, scroll down to the Startup tab and click Printer in the list of available options.
- Then click Run Troubleshoot in the pop-up menu that just appeared.
- If a workable solution is found, click Apply this solution if a repair strategy is recommended.
- After the process is complete, restart your computer and try to reconnect the printer at the next startup.
Frequently Asked Questions
Select Windows Credentials, then click the Add Windows Credentials link. In the credentials window, enter the appropriate print server name, username, and password that you know on the print server. Click OK and try to install the printer. It should work this time.
- Press Win+R (the key with the Windows logo and the R key) at the same time. This will open the Run dialog box.
- Type printmanagement.msc in the Run window and click OK.
- In the left pane, click All Drivers.
- In the right pane, right-click the printer driver and choose Remove from the pop-up menu.
- Add the printer again.
- Open the printer troubleshooting tool.
- Enter "Troubleshooting" in the text box to search for troubleshooting options.
- Delete the print spool folder.
- Check the printer port settings.
First, try restarting your computer, printer, and wireless router. To check if your printer is connected to the network: print out a wireless test report from the printer's control panel. Make sure that your wireless router is turned on and working properly.