How to Fix Windows Troubleshooter Not Working Problem


How to Fix Windows Troubleshooter Not Working Problem

Whenever we encounter any problem in Computer, we go for Troubleshooter to fix it. But when Troubleshooter itself does not respond then where do we go? It might be possible that something is preventing Troubleshooter to open. Read on the article how to fix Windows troubleshooter not working problem. Although, Troubleshooter is a built-in problem developed by Microsoft officially to fix program-related issues. Whenever you click on the link below it >> “View error details”, you will get different error codes from the computer to the computer. In this article, we suggest a few methods through which you can resolve such issues by own.

Some of the error message seen on Windows Screen are given below: -

a.       Windows Troubleshooter Stuck.
b.       Windows Troubleshooter won’t run, start, work
c.       An error occurred while troubleshooting Ox80300113
d.       Windows Troubleshooting error code Ox803c010b
e.       Windows Troubleshooter not working in Windows 10
f.        A problem is preventing the troubleshooter from starting OX80070002

Procedure to fix Windows Troubleshooter Not Working Problem

1.       Fix using System Restore feature

This is one of the prior steps must be followed when troubleshooting misbehaves. You need to create a restore point. This can be done by pressing Windows key + S and type System Restore.
Fix Windows Troubleshooter Not Working Problem

Then, create a restore point (control panel) result will appear. Click on it. System Properties Windows will open. Click on System Restore. Click on Next.
Fix Windows Troubleshooter Not Working Problem

If available, check Show more restore points option. Now select the desired restore point and click on Next
Fix Windows Troubleshooter Not Working Problem

Finally, follow the instructions available in Screen to complete the troubleshooter.

2.       Start Cryptographic Services using Service Manager

This is the second step to be followed if first one does not work. In this step, we need to start Cryptographic service through service.msc. If Cryptographic Services is not running in the background, the troubleshooter program will not work. So, we should start the cryptographic services now.
Press Windows Key + R and type “Services.msc” and press Enter. 
Fix Windows Troubleshooter Not Working Problem

As a result, Services Manager Windows will open. Scroll down below and double click on Cryptographic Services. A new Window will open named “Cryptographic Services Properties (Local Computer)”. Navigate to Startup Type and set it to Automatic. 
Fix Windows Troubleshooter Not Working Problem

Click on Start, Apply and finally OK. After applying the changes restart the Computer. Check if problem is solved else look for next procedure.

3.       Switch Off Antivirus and Firewall Service

You need to disable the current Antivirus running on your Computer. Along with it, disable the Firewall active on your PC.  Sometimes the Antivirus or Firewall Service prevent the troubleshooter from searching for solutions on Microsoft or for sending the required information to the Microsoft server.

4.       Disable the User Account Control Temporary

User Account Control Settings block the processing of Troubleshooter feature. So, we need to disable it from Settings. Go to Search bar and type UAC. Click on “Change User Account Control Settings”. Slide the slider down to Never Notify and Click on OK to save the changes.
Fix Windows Troubleshooter Not Working Problem


5.       Change the Group Policy

Press Windows Key + R and type gpedit.msc and press Enter/OK. As a result, Local Group Policy Editor will open. Navigate to Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > System > Troubleshooting and Diagnostics > Scripted Diagnostics available in left panel. Switch to Right panel and check the state assigned there. There are three entries available, so set the state for all of them. Double click on it and set it to Enable or Not configured.
Fix Windows Troubleshooter Not Working Problem



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