It logs an error event that Windows. When finished, it will give you a report. Maybe safe mode cleared some kind of corrupt cache out here. Again it will take some time. When you install an application on the computer, it may also install a particular version Microsoft Visual C++ redistributable package with which it is bind to. Please reach out to us anytime on social media for more help:.
Basically, what this means is that while the actual file path may have changed, its incorrect former location is still recorded in the Windows registry. As I said, laptop has only been here 2 days. I cannot check for updates. I have to leave the system completely alone for at least 5 minutes. It's not very important as there's a way to bypass it, but maybe there's anything I could do to pinpoint the cause? Discussion in '' started by Karen Higgins,.
System File Checker is a utility included with every Windows version that allows you scan and restore corrupted system files. We have seen about 100 different instances of SystemSettings. We do not claim any responsibility for the results of the actions taken from the content linked below - complete these tasks at your own risk. I can't find any reference to this problem in a Win 1709 context. Not quite, I think ApplicationFrameHost is just responsible for making a space on the desktop for the Metro application to show itself over, and automatically starts when any App is run.
But when I try it on a well-used system it inevitably fails. The former one is the top most and opened by default. Event 10010 for the server microsoft. New laptop, Windows 10 Home. Either way, it is always suggested that you get your drivers from legitimate sources. Apps fail to start if default registry or file permissions modified Regards Yolanda Zhu TechNet Community Support After reading the suggested article I checked my file system permissions and all the paths i.
If you are not currently backing up your data, you need to do so immediately. However the hint may be clear to experts like yourself, but not to me. I'll see if I can give it a try tomorrow at work we're slow now, so I may not have a system to test it on. If the report is 3, use this method. Several programs can share the same SystemSettings. It won't hurt anything to try it.
I'd love to learn something from this exercise - like how to stop this system behavior of running an App I don't want running in the first place. So I click on the menu that shows me my options, and click Firefox. I continued searching while hoping for some ideas here. Wow, nice going updating the system from 8 to 8. This is why I didn't go the Reset route. So, I close my firefox browser and reopen to see if it changed to my default browser. Reinstalling Windows will erase everything from your hard drive, allowing you to start again with a fresh system.
I am sure this info is out there somewhere but I could not find it. I'm very disappointed at the lack of information about these tools also. What I don't know is whether most folks have enough Apps that this stuff always starts right up after login normally. The callstack is pretty long, so I've uploaded it as a plain text file to my onedrive: It crashes only if I directly switch from the Windows Update page to the Activation page. Don't have an error for that. Seems like this new problem has replaced the freezing problem.
If the report is 2, check if your problems have been resolved. Use Registry Editor at your own risk. Here are before and after screen grabs: Is there something more specific you would you want to look for? After I confirm the Settings crashes. The control panel window just closes itself without any message of any sort. System Protection still functions, so I'm not sure a rename of SystemSettings. To see if more information about the problem is available, check the problem history in the Security and Maintenance control panel.
Search your preferred browser and click it. Anyway, here are some of the problems. If this final step has failed and you're still encountering the error, you're only remaining option is to do a clean installation of Windows 10. I also have an extremely low. Some odd behavior of Win 8. The log entry is: Faulting application name: SystemSettings. Other options Here are some solutions that are reported to be helpful to some users.