If you’re seeing an error message It looks like Windows didn’t load correctly, it could mean one of several things. First off, there are a few reasons why a computer might display this error. For example, you might have accidentally deleted important files that Windows needs to run properly. Or maybe you’ve installed malware onto your device that’s causing problems. You can also encounter issues when installing certain software programs, such as drivers or games. In this article, we will learn about the cause of this error and how to deal with it.
Many computer users report that they get an error message when logging into Windows 10. The detailed error message is as follows.
What the error message actually means is that the user profile has been corrupted. This problem often occurs after a Windows update, partition resizing, user profile creation, system restore or other reasons.
What causes the “User profile service not logged in” error message?
Windows update failure related to updating critical Windows system files is one of the main causes of the “Cannot load user profile” error. If you try to change the user profile in Windows while being checked by an anti-virus or malware, the user profile can be easily corrupted. A damaged or corrupted hard drive can also cause this error.
The error message “Windows Powershell no longer works” is certainly a nuisance. It would not be such a nuisance if the program were not so important and necessary. Powershell typically serves as an automation platform and scripting language that allows you to configure and improve system management. This utility facilitates the removal of viruses.
Advanced users use it to create shortcuts, write and debug scripts. It is also very useful for resetting settings and cleaning browsers. MS Edge functionality is also closely related to Powershell, so there is no doubt about its necessity and functionality.
Since the launch of Microsoft Windows 10, there have been many problems. A few years later, when Microsoft started releasing updates, some bugs have been fixed, but many other problems are still present. Error code 0xc000021a is one of them. Users are still facing the problem of error code 0xc000021a on their Windows computers and laptops.
While working on your computer, you suddenly see the error code 0xc000021a. This error indicates that there is a problem in the computer and it needs to be restarted. This problem manifests itself in a very blue screen of death. This problem persists even after restarting the computer. You need to restart your computer to fix this error, but after some time you will see this error again. Therefore, you need to fix this error permanently.
A Windows Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) error can seem like a disaster, especially if you’re working on something important. Unfortunately, BSODs are usually hard to decipher, and error names like “Unexpected Kernel Mode Trap” and “Bad System Configuration Information” don’t provide much information about the cause (or how to fix it).
If your Windows computer is experiencing a BSOD (Bad System Config Info) error, you need to fix the problem. The first step is to understand what might be causing the error.
Windows has changed the way you log in by introducing Microsoft Account Login. I’ve mentioned several times here that Microsoft Account Login has many additional advantages over local and domain accounts. The convenience of browsing and downloading from the Windows Store and syncing our devices are the main benefits of using a Microsoft account.
However, sometimes you will not be able to log in using your Microsoft account due to technical issues. In this case, even if you have entered the correct credentials, you may see this type of error:
Blue screen of death errors can cause many problems in Windows 10, and unfortunately, these types of errors can sometimes be difficult to fix.
Since these issues can be problematic, today we’ll show you how to fix the blue screen of death problem using the PNP_DETECTED_FATAL_ERROR stop code.
PNP_DETECTED_FATAL_ERROR is a blue screen problem that can cause many problems on your PC. This problem can be quite annoying because it causes your computer to suddenly reboot.
What causes the PNP_DETECTED_FATAL_ERROR?
- Computer viruses or malware can corrupt your Windows system files.
- Outdated system drivers can also cause blue screen of death errors.
- Damaged or corrupted Windows system files.
- Due to hardware or software problems
- Due to outdated Windows operating system
How to solve the PNP_DETECTED_FATAL_ERROR?
- Press the Windows + R key to run the Run application.
- Type devmgmt.MSC in the text box and press Enter to open Device Manager.
- In Device Manager, navigate to the desired device and expand the menu.
- Right-click on the driver and select Update Driver.
- Since we are dealing with the PNP_DETECTED_FATAL_ERROR error, it is best to update the drivers for devices such as keyboards, mice, headsets, etc.
- In the window that opens, click Automatically check for driver software updates.
- Windows will automatically download and install the latest drivers.
- Restart your computer.
Reset driver settings
- Press Windows + R, type devmgmt.MSC in the text box and press Enter.
- In the Device Manager window, find the desired device and expand the menu.
- Right-click the desired driver and select Properties.
- On the Driver tab, click Reset driver.
- Restart your computer after the driver is installed.
Use DISM to search for corrupted system files
- Type cmd in the Start menu search bar and right-click Command Prompt -> Run as Administrator in the search results.
- In the command line console, type DISM /Online /Cleanup-image /Scanhealth and press Enter.
- Wait for the process to complete, then type DISM /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth and press Enter.
- Windows will fix any problems with the system image.
Using the SFC to find corrupted system files
- Type cmd in the Start menu search box and right-click Command Prompt -> Run as Administrator in the search results.
- In the console, type sfc /scannow and press Enter.
- Wait for the process to complete and close the command prompt.
- Reboot the computer.
Start the system restore
- In the Start menu search box, type System Restore.
- In the search results, click Create system restore point.
- In the next window, click Create. If the option is grayed out, click the hard disk partition under the Protection
- Options -> Configure -> Enable System Protection. Click OK.
- Enter a name for the restore point and click OK.
LogonUI.exe is an application that helps your computer set up an interface that allows you to log in. But sometimes corrupting this application can make it difficult for you to access your system, causing a fatal BSOD crash when trying to log in.
Don’t worry. There are some solutions to this problem. The most popular ones are restoring LogonUI.exe, initiating automatic boot recovery, etc.
What causes LogonUI.exe error?
The main reason for this error is a corrupt or missing LogonUI.exe file, which explains why you are facing this error.
SYSTEM THREAD EXCEPTION NOT HANDLED is a common Windows 10 error that occurs mostly due to an outdated or incompatible driver.
It is more difficult to fix this problem than other BSODs, because several drivers can be the cause of the problem, and sometimes the computer does not recognize all of them. Therefore, the first step to fix this error should be to find the exact driver causing the problem.
In this article, we will look at what this code means, when it occurs, why it occurs, and present effective methods of solving the problem.
If you use Microsoft Windows 7, you are probably familiar with the message “Preparing to Configure Windows. Do not turn off your computer.” This message appears when you turn on your computer. It means that your system is performing the necessary updates, which shouldn’t take more than 20 or 30 minutes.
I recently waited over eight hours with the same message on my screen during one of these routine updates. I wondered if it was due to a particular update, but it didn’t seem to be. I did a hard reboot, which is not a good idea under normal circumstances, but I had no other choice. After restarting the computer, it was stuck in the same setup process.