MusicBee is not an ordinary media player, but it allows you to listen to your favorite audio tracks without any hassle. It’s officially available for all the major platforms, but there are users who are facing trouble using it on Android & Windows OS.
That’s why I’ve decided to help such music fanatics Fix MusicBee Not Working in Windows 10. You may also face a situation where MusicBee is not opening. So in both of such situations, you can use the troubleshooting tips, I’ve drafted in my article below.
4 Ways to Fix MusicBee Not Working in Windows 10
Before getting you to any difficult procedure, I want you to do something for your sake. Try disabling the antivirus programs you’ve installed on your computer. Because antivirus can be a biggest cause of this error. So try disabling and then restart your PC and check if the error persists or not.
Execute in Compatibility Mode
- Press Windows + E keys from your keyboard.
- Once the File Explorer opens, navigate to the folder where you’ve saved MusicBee.exe file.
- Right-click on the file and select Properties
- Go to the Compatibility tab.
- Check Run this program in compatibility mode for checkbox and select your operating system.
- Hit the Apply button and then Ok to save changes.
Remove MusicBee from Data Execution Prevention
- Launch Control Panel through the search bar.
- Click on System and Security
- Hit System
- Select Advanced System Settings link
- Under Performance, click on Settings
- Navigate to Data Execution Prevention tab
- Select Turn on DEP for essential Windows programs and services only bullet
- Close the tabs after saving changes by clicking on the Apply button.
Get MusicBee Portable Edition
The MusicBee Not Working error is caused in the non-portable version of the app. So if you are using such a version, then you should consider using its portable edition. Check if things don’t goes south, keep using it because it’ll not bother you with sorts of lame errors.
Perform a Clean Boot
- Press Windows + R buttons.
- Type msconfig in the box and press enter.
- Navigate to the Services tab.
- Check the Hide all Microsoft Services checkbox and click on Disable all
- Follow the onscreen prompts and allow your PC to restart.
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