The OneDrive app on Windows 10 simply loves throwing up annoying error messages, complains its up to date and not up to date or claims you’re already logged in and not logged in at the same time.
Once you set up OneDrive, OneDrive automatically syncs files and folders with your PC.
If OneDrive sync seems to be stuck for a long time and nothing else is working, try a reset. Be aware that resetting OneDrive re-syncs all your OneDrive files, which could take some time depending on how many files you’re syncing.
There is an official OneDrive troubleshooter to find and fix all OneDrive issues, but it is not compatible with Windows 10. So, if you are experiencing OneDrive sync or any other OneDrive issues, you can try to reset the OneDrive to fix all issues at once.
Resetting OneDrive is easy. You just need to complete the given below directions to reset OneDrive in Windows 10 and fix issues.
1. Press the Win+R keys to open Run, enter the command below into Run, and click/tap on OK.
2: When you press the OK button, the OneDrive icon in the notification area of the taskbar should disappear for a minute or two and then re-appear.
3. The OneDrive icon should automatically re-appear after a minute or two, and start re-syncing all your OneDrive files. (see screenshot below)
NOTE: If you cannot see the OneDrive icon, please click the Show hidden icons arrow (up arrow) to see the OneDrive icon.
If the OneDrive icon doesn’t appear automatically on the taskbar (notification area) even after three or four minutes, please copy and paste the following path in the Run command dialog and then click OK button.