Bug fix: Problem with Win32Bridge server – Incorrect function



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Some users have reported that when working with Windows 10, a message box keeps popping up on the screen with the following described line:

C:Program FilesWindowsAppsMicrosoft549981C3F5F10_2.20 ……Win32Bridge.Server.exe. Incorrect function.

This error message can be quite frustrating as it keeps appearing. Besides, it can affect your work. In most cases, the affected computers work properly, but the error message keeps appearing. There is no obvious reason why this problem occurs, but we have a solution for it, and it works!

What causes problems with Win32Bridge server – Incorrect function

If you have encountered this error, you are probably wondering, “Why do I keep getting the `windowserver32bridge` error? Many Windows users report that the message “Win32Bridge.Server.exe – Invalid Function” appears every time they start up their system, especially after a Windows update.

The most common culprit for this error is a corrupted Cortana application or Windows operating system installation. In some cases, the error occurs when the user installs a utility such as Glary or the iTunes application.

For some users, the error `Win32Bridge.Server.exe Incorrect Function` caused BSOD.

To solve the problem of the Win32Bridge server not working correctly



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SOLUTION 1

  1. Open the “Settings” application from the “Start” menu or by pressing WIN+I at the same time.
  2. Now go to “Applications > Applications and Features”.
  3. You can also directly access this page by using the “ms-settings: apps features” command in the Run dialog box, as described here.
  4. In the right pane, under “Applications and Features”, locate the “Cortana” application.
  5. Click on the Cortana app, and Windows displays the Advanced Options link under its name.
  6. Click on the link. You now have buttons to exit, repair, and reset the application.
  7. Click the Reset button. Windows will display a warning message to confirm your actions. Click the Reset button again.
  8. That’s it. This will reinstall the Cortana app and reset it to its default settings. You will now have a new Cortana app with no problems.
  9. After restoring the Cortana app, restart your computer and the “Win32Bridge.Server.exe” popup will no longer appear on your computer system.

SOLUTION 2

If the above solution doesn’t help you, you can try disabling the Cortana app and that should help.

Windows 10 allows users to disable the Cortana app so that it doesn’t start automatically at startup and doesn’t run in the background. The following guide will help you disable the Cortana app in Windows 10.

SOLUTION 3

You can also try to permanently disable the Cortana app in Windows 10 using group policy or registry settings. This should also help get rid of the “Win32Bridge.Server.exe” pop-up message.

SOLUTION 4

If you are still getting the error message, you can try disabling the “Connected Device Platform Service” system service by following these steps:

  1. Press WIN+R to launch the Run dialog box, type services.MSC, and then press Enter. The services manager opens.
  2. Now scroll down the list and find “Connected Device Platform Service”.
  3. Double-click on the service and the properties window will open. Click the “Stop” button to stop the service immediately.
  4. Now set the “Startup Type” drop-down list to “Disabled” and apply the changes.

This should remove the error message on your computer.

SOLUTION 5

This is the final solution to fix the error message.

If all fails, you can try the sfc / scan now command to restore any corrupted or missing system files on your Windows 10 device. This should fix the error message.



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