Whenever you log in to your Windows 10 account, you never expect it to respond laggy. Because when it does, you feel a lot frustrated and there’s not much you could do about it. For instance, the 0x1000007e error that appears that moment your Windows starts.
There’s not much of a telling about why this error is caused. It can be caused by some trouble in your motherboard or a minor interruption by software you’ve installed on your PC. However, there are some ways to bypass such an error. Here, I’ve drafted a guide of How To Fix 0x1000007e on Windows 10. Let’s see how to perform them.
3 Ways To Fix 0x1000007e on Windows 10
Perform a manual scan
- Type cmd in the Cortana search bar.
- Hit Run as administrator
- Now execute the following command:
- sfc /scannow
- Once the scan starts, don’t interrupt it and let it complete in peace.
- When its done scanning and repairing the corrupted files, reboot your PC.
Keep your Windows up-to-date
- Launch Windows 10 Settings from the Start menu.
- Navigate to Update & Security
- Select Windows Update from the left panel.
- Click on the Download button that’s available under Updates available
- Now let your Windows OS download and install the necessary updates.
- After its done, you’ll face any errors like 0x1000007e.
Run a System Restore
- Press the Windows logo + R key from your keyboard simultaneously.
- Type rstrui in the run box and hit enter.
- The first tab will ask you to click on Next, you should do that.
- On the next tab, select a Restore Point and click on the Next button.
- Now your system will start to make mandatory repairs.
- Once it is done, you’ll be asked to click on the Finish button.
- Your Windows OS will reboot now (you should allow it to restart).
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