iCloud is one of the prominently used storage services used by masses worldwide. Despite many amazing benefits, this application has some of the technical glitches too that the users often face from time to time. One such snag is of error 2343, you can connect with Apple iCloud technical support number to resolve the error instantly. The experts will guide you with the best fixture.
The iCloud error 2343 appears on your device when you attempt to remove or uninstall the iCloud application on your Windows computer. It happens specifically due to the unsuitable version of Microsoft Office that is installed in your device. The simplest way to get the issue resolved is to uninstall the MS office and then reinstalling it. But the issue is severe and needs to be rectified properly through the troubleshooting steps given in this blog.
Main reasons for the error:
- Misconfigured settings of the iCloud account
- Internet disconnection
- Firewall settings
- Antivirus prohibition
- Incompatible version of iCloud
- Incorrect login credentials
Update iCloud: Make sure that you are using the latest updated version of iCloud on your device, if not, then get one and do the needful to exclude the error totally.
Uninstall MS Office: you can try to uninstall the MS Office initially to fix the error and when everything seems well, you can install it. Doing this way will help you rectify the issue without many efforts. To uninstall:
- Right click and open the control panel
- Click uninstall a program in a category view
- Navigate to the office and uninstall it
- Restart your computer
Create Registry edit: many users tried that editing the registry fixes the error. Often the registry entry gets deleted and you find that the iCloud error arise.
If you still find that even after performing the above-mentioned steps, the problem does not get resolved then it is recommended to get in touch with Apple iCloud customer support number that stays available 24 hours of the day online. The technical executives will precisely fix the error ensuring that it might not occur again.