Windows 10: Onedrive 'x' sync status problem

Discus and support Onedrive 'x' sync status problem in Microsoft Office and 365 to solve the problem; Office 365/Win10 I've developed an 'x' in the status column adjacent to several folders/files on the local instance of \Onedrive. I've unlinked... Discussion in 'Microsoft Office and 365' started by markg2, Jun 27, 2018.

  1. markg2 Win User

    Onedrive 'x' sync status problem

    Office 365/Win10

    I've developed an 'x' in the status column adjacent to several folders/files on the local instance of \Onedrive.

    I've unlinked Onedrive, deleted any local 0KB files and found none to delete on the server. I relinked the account but the 'x's' are still there.

    I then attempted to uninstall Onedrive "%SystemRoot%\SysWOW64\OneDriveSetup.exe /uninstall" and then install "%Systemroot%\SysWOW64\OneDriveSetup.exe". That didn't work. The installer said Onedrive was still installed.

    So before I reboot and try that again I thought I'd run the problem by you all.

    Any suggestions?


    markg2, Jun 27, 2018

  2. OneDrive Sync Status

    Since the 10 April MS Updates, the OneDrive folder in the Navigation pane of File Explorer no longer shows the green tick box that it did before. Before all folders and files showed the green tick box in the Navigation Pane. Now, I have a "Status" column,
    showing a status icon alongside each folder and file in the details window. However, the status of some folders is showing as 'Sync Pending', but I don't think this can be correct as none of the individual files in those folders show as "Sync Pending". I've
    tried re-saving the files in those folders and the status changes, temporarily, to a green tick. If I move away from that view in File Explorer and then back again, the "Sync Pending" icon re-appears against that folder. Rather than employ a suggested technical
    workaround, I would prefer to await a further update that fixes this, so, for now,
    I'd be interested if others are experiencing the same issue so that more people can be flagging the issue up. (I would have used the 'OneDrive' category in this community, but that is 'locked').
    TrevorFayers, Jun 27, 2018
  3. Brink Win User
    Microsoft OneDrive to get differential sync in Q2 2017

    Read more: Microsoft OneDrive to get differential sync in Q2 2017 | ZDNet
    Brink, Jun 27, 2018
  4. Adol007 Win User

    Onedrive 'x' sync status problem

    Crossfire sync problem


    thank you for all the responses.

    I enable vsync in the advanced tab of ccc but it doesn't help.

    It's happening now in mass effect 2 which is unreal but it also happens in civilization 4 and pirates(an old game).

    I don't think it's my display or a cable because when I don't enable crossfire I never have the problem.

    My next step is to change the cards around to see if it's my linked card that's the problem.

    Qubit is correct it looks like a video sync problem. Like when the traking is of on a VCR.

    Keep the suggestions coming.
    Adol007, Jun 27, 2018

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