Issue: How to fix “Windows Command Processor has stopped working” error?
Recently, after starting the system, a message pops up stating that “Windows Command Processor has stopped working.” I tried to solve it by clicking on the first option. But the Internet does not present any solutions. I’m confused to where I should be looking for the cause of such occurrence. Can you help me?
“Windows Command Processor has stopped working” error might be occasional in the operating systems with a damaged registry or startup files. In addition, users, encountering the issue, should not exclude the possibility that their devices have been infected. Some users reported that they have been noticing other errors following this issue. Additionally, if you installed the update for Windows from secondary sources, it is likely that the original ISO file has been corrupted, lacks essential elements, or the very installation process was interrupted by third parties. Though the problem is often encountered in Windows 10, users of other versions might run into the same problem as well. Thus, we present several options to deal with the problem. In order to ensure that your registry files are all functioning well, run RegCure Pro.
Option 1. Running System File Checker tool
1. Click Start button and then cmd and hit Enter.
2. In the newly opened window, type sfc /scannow.
3. If the scan completes with no malicious or damaged files found, proceed to the next method.
Option 2. Checking the integrity of hard drives and disks
It is possible to check all the disks using the same Command Prompt window. Do not forget to run it as the administrator. Once the window is open, type
CHKDSK [volume[[path]filename]] [/F] [/V] [/R] [/X] [/I] [/C] [/L[:size]]
This command will check for the errors in all disks. Make sure that all applications are closed, and neither of disks is in use.
Option 3. Refresh the operating system
You might want to refresh or simply reset the system in order to solve the problem. If you cannot complete the process because another system error appears, type dism /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth in the open window of Command Prompt.
Option 4. Disabling all third-party apps running in the background
1. Click Start button and then msconfig.
2. Navigate to Services tab and then tick the box saying Hide all Microsoft services.
3. Now you see the list of third-party programs which have been set automatically to launch at each startup.
4. Click Disable all.
5. After these steps click Apply and then exit System Configuration tool. It will require rebooting the system.
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