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  5. When your Windows update stuck at 100 downloading, make sure you don’t shut down your system instantly. It’s very frustrating, and many users have experienced the same issue. Therefore, if your Windows update has stuck at 100 percent, then you should know to fix it. What is a Windows update? It’s the free service from Microsoft that update its multiple product and service packs. It also patches previous issues in the operating system. It also updates Windows drivers for connected hardware. How to install Windows update? Updating Windows OS is very easy. Here’s how to install Windows Update; Open Start Menu in Windows. Click Settings. Hit on the Update & Security tab. Click Windows Update from the tab. Select Check For Updates and wait for your Windows to search for an update. The update would install automatically. Windows update is the base of smooth system performance. If your Windows update stuck at 100 downloading, your system won’t run smoothly. How to fix the “Windows update stuck at 100” error? A few causes can stop your Windows update from downloading or installing on your system. The first cause for this update issue could be the internet or power interruptions. Outdated drivers or missing drivers in your Windows. Storage is full. Windows has junk. Incorrectly connected USB peripherals. Try the below fixes – Encountering the stuck Windows update issues could be fixed with the given solutions. Fix 1- Is there any USB peripherals? If your windows update stuck at 100 downloading, you should check USB peripherals. If any external device is connected to your windows, then remove the device to disconnect it, for example, Portable Pen drives, portable hard disk, etc., again; try updating your Windows system to fix the problem. Fix 2- Check the SoftwareDistribution Folder The SoftwareDistribution Folder lets you know if the updated files are downloaded successfully. Renaming the SoftwareDistribution Folder can fix your Windows Update stuck issue. Open the Windows Search box. Type and open command Prompt. Right-click and select Run as administrator. Type below commands. net stop wuauserv net stop cryptSvc net stop bits net stop msiserver 5. It’ll stop the Windows update Then, again type the below command and press Enter. net stop wuauserv net stop cryptSvc net stop bits net stop msiserver ren C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution SoftwareDistribution.old 6. Start the update again using the below commands. net start wuauserv net start cryptSvc net start bits net start msiserver Restart your system to see if the Windows update starts or not. Fix 3 – Try Clean Boot Clean boot starts your Windows at the minimal set of startup programs. And so it can avoid program conflicts while updating Windows OS, and it may start windows update without stuck at 100 downloading. Try Clean boot with the below steps; Open the run dialogue box with Windows and R key press. Enter msconfig. Click OK or press Enter. You on Services or click it, then tick on the Hide all MS services box. Now hit on the Disable All tab and click Apply. Right-click on the empty space below on your screen and click on Task Manager. Choose the enabled app and disable it. Close the taskbar. If the error clears, it shows that a program is creating a problem. Fix 3 – Use PC Cleaner Tool (Recommonded) Sometimes your Windows PC storage gets full because of unnecessary data, large files, and junk files. PC Cleaner tool helps your system clean all junk and install the Windows update. We will here use eSoftSafe PC Cleaner Pro to fix your Windows Update stuck issue. Install eSoftSafe PC Cleaner Pro and run it. Click on the “Fix Issues Now” tab. It’ll start scanning for all the issues in your computer. Click to clean the junk and fix windows issues. Go to Home and click Manage Startup. In the side panel, click Windows tools. Then, click on the Windows Updates tab and restart downloading the update. With this, we hope your “Windows update stuck at 100” error is fixed. Fix 4 – Run Windows Update Troubleshooter The troubleshooter can help you. Microsoft has installed in-built Windows troubleshooters on almost windows PCs. Open the Windows Search menu. Click on the Windows icon and select settings. Navigate the last option – update & security. Click Troubleshoot in the left panel. Then, click on the Additional troubleshooters written in small letters. Expand the Windows Update tab. Click on Run the troubleshooter tab. It’ll detect why the Windows update stuck at 100 downloading. Follow the instructions to resolve the issue and try to update the Windows OS again using the Check for updates option. Fix 5 – Check For Windows Drivers Update Drivers are essential programs and components to run any hardware device on your Windows. If your Windows drivers are outdated, corrupted, or missing, your system may experience update and installation issues. You can either find the drivers manually or use a tool to find and update all drivers once. Update Drivers Manually – Press the Windows and X keys to open the list. Select “Device Manager” in the list. Expand the required hardware. You may have to check each device in the shown list for drivers. Right-click on the device you expand. Select update driver. You can also check its properties to find a manufacturer and install drivers from the manufacturer’s site. Then, follow the suitable step instructed in your Windows PC to update the driver. Update Windows Drivers Automatically – To udpate your Windows, use the Driver Updater Pro tool to find and fix all drivers issues. For example, it’ll help fix “Windows update stuck at 100 downloading” issues. Install eSoftSafe Driver Updater Pro. Launch the program on your Windows udpate. Scan for outdated and missing drivers. Click Fix Now and udpate all drivers. We hope all the above fixes start your windows udpate without any interruption. However, you should try Windows repair and restore if it still appears.
  6. If your Windows 10 installation has failed, your system will affect its functioning. There are some fixes to solve the error. It’s the most reported issue by the Windows user. The same problem occurs in Windows 10, Windows 10 Education, Windows 10 Home, N versions, and Windows 10 Pro. In this article, we’ll discuss how you fix Windows 10 Installation Failed issue. How to fix the “Windows 10 Installation Has Failed” error? Windows 10 Installation Failed means your Windows can’t install its update. In such cases, you will need to apply some fixes shown below. Below, you can find out workable solutions. Try These Fixes – 1- Disconnect the Peripheral Devices If you have connected any additional hardware devices to your system, it may cause a “Windows 10 Installation Failed” error. Hence, remove these devices like printers, headphones, USB flash drives, scanner speakers, or external HDDs. If the installation goes smoothly with unplugged devices, you can plug back these items. 2- Check the Minimum Requirement When the minimum system requirements for the update do not meet, it’ll not download or install the update. Here are the minimum system requirements tha your system should follow- Processor: 1 (GHz) or faster processor RAM: 1 GB (32-bi)t 2 GB (64-bit) Hard disk: 16 GB (32-bit) or 20 GB (64-bit) Graphics card: DirectX 9 or later having WDDM 1.0 driver If your Windows 10 system is following minimum system requirements and the Windows installation is not running, you should go for another fix. 3- Clear Language Packs on Windows 10 Windows 10 users should check the Language Settings menu if Windows 10 installation has failed recently. The in-built or additional language packs may stop your system from installation. Therefore try this – Go to the start menu and open Language settings from the search bar. Scroll down the Windows Language menu. Set the language you prefer, for example – English (United States). Scroll down and click remove to clear other languages. Restart your system to see if you can install the windows OS or not. Also, if there is any conflict language pack, remove it. 4- Check and Remove Attributes Cache Sometimes using, some Windows 10 installers overwrite some installation files and keep Attributes cache. Such files are located in the $WINDOWS.~BT folder. It may cause different issues, including Windows not installing and more. Clear the attributes. Start the installation as you regularly used to do. Navigate to the end screen before the installation start. The screen will inform to installation and the settings. Minimize the installer. Open Local Disk C and open File Explorer. Find the root folder and folder $WINDOWS.~BT. Turn on the option to see hidden files and the $WINDOWS.~BT. You can follow this – open File explorer > Hidden items > Show/hide. Right-click on the folder you think is problematic. Select Properties and navigate to the General tab. At the bottom, locate the Attributes and clear the Read-only box and system. Apply changes and check if installation is taking place or not. 5- Reassemble Boot Configuration Data Windows 10 installation failed error could result from Boot Manager’s Configuration Data. So the best method to solve it is to rebuild Configuration Data. However, it may be a bit complicated, but its straight. Search recovery in the Windows search menu. Open Recovery options. Hit on Restart now under Advanced Startup. Select the Troubleshoot option. Click Advanced options, then choose Command Prompt. You may require to enter the login to your account. 6- Clean Boot Installation When Windows 10 installation has failed on your system, then a clean boot installation could be helpful. So, when the above methods don’t help you, use the clean Boot to find the exact cause and fix it. Enter msconfig in the run box (Windows + R key) or search box. Click to open System Configuration and stay on the general tab. Click Selective startup. Uncheck the Load startup items checkbox. Open Boot and untick the Safe Boot checkbox. Navigate to the Services tab and select the option – Hide all Microsoft services. Click on Disable All option. Navigate to the Startup tab and open Task Manager. Disable all startup items and restart your Windows 10. 7- Update Windows 10 Drivers Outdated, corrupted, or missing drivers in your windows 10 can stop or disturb the system while installing updates. Hence, ensure your system drivers are up-to-date; if not, use a tool to scan and udpate all drivers in one click. It prevents the “Windows 10 Installation Has Failed” error. Scan your Windows 10. If the problematic drivers appear, click Fix Now. Within a few seconds, you’ll see which drivers need to be updated. Therefore, click Update. Try installing windows 10 again, see if “Windows 10 Installation Failed” error. 8- Clean Junk and Fix Windows Issues If your Windows 10 is experiencing any issues inside, then it causes instsallation failure. Hence, you should be sure whether your windows runs perfectly or experiencing any problem. we’ll use a tool to scan for any issue and fix it. Launch the tool. Click Fix Issues Now button and wait for the system scan. Click Fix Now to solve the issues. You can also use Windows tools to fix the different problems in Windows 10. 9- Start SFC and DISM scans If system file corruption is the one reason for the installation failed issue in Windows 10, then you should run DISM and SFC. It can repair corrupted system files. However, if installing the eSoftsafe PC cleaner resolves your installation issue, you don’t need to use this Fix. Both programs repair it in different ways. Here’s how to perform it; Use Windows + R keys to open the run dialogue box. Enter CMD and hit enter to open the command prompt. Click Yes and initiate the SFC scan using the sfc /scannow command. Restart your PC. Again, repeat steps 1 and 2 to open cmd for DISM scan. Enter DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth command. Restart your system again after the DISM scan. We hope you don’t see the “Windows 10 Installation Has Failed” error. Instead, try the above fixes to start the installation trouble-free.
  7. If your keyboard is locked on HP laptop suddenly, it will stop your work performance. HP keyboard not working could be frustrating, but you can use a few solutions to fix the issue and start working again with your keyboard. This guide will show you the comprehensive solution to smoothly get your laptop back to work. The article includes troubleshooting tips below, Why is your keyboard locked on HP laptop? If your HP keyboard is not working and is locked, there could be a few reasons for this. Physical damage on any key or complete HP keyboard. Frozen HP laptop. Dust inside the keyboard. Missing or outdated Keyboard drivers. How do you fix it when your keyboard locked on HP laptop? First, you’ll require to detect the actual problem, and then you can try different solutions to fix the locked keyboard issue. Next, you should take a look at your keyboard physically. Here’s how you can perform and choose the correct fix. 1 – Check Connections So if you are using a wired keyboard and your keyboard locked while working on HP laptop, then you should check the connection. Even if your keyboard is wireless, you should look for a wireless connection on your HP system. If the USB is connected, take the wire out and reconnect after a few seconds. Reestablish the wireless connection. Then, restart your laptop and try to type something on your keyboard. 2- Is your Keyboard Clean? If your keyboard is full of dust from inside or obstructions, then it may cause the locked issue or keyboard lagging issue. So, we recommend you clean the keyboard timely. Taking the case of a keyboard or even other devices is essential; otherwise, you will start experiencing mechanical or hardware failures. Therefore, use compressed air and solvents to clean the keyboard. You can also use small brushes for safe cleaning. 3 – Check Physical Damage in Keyboard You should also check if only one key has locked on your keyboard or if all the keys are not working when working on your HP keyboard. Examine each key and check which key is making the issue. If the keyboard is damaged, then you may need to replace it. If a keyboard locked on HP laptop due to damaged keys or internal parts, it may accumulate and cause more difficult problems. 4 – Ensure the HP laptop is Not frozen The frozen laptop could make your keyboard lock. Routine freezing is a common issue that many HP users may encounter daily. If it happened, the keyboard would lock or slow down. If your device seems unresponsive, Press Ctrl + Alt + Del keys in It’ll end a malfunctioning program. You can also press Win + Ctrl + Shift + B. It’ll reset the video drivers. 5- Update Your Keyboard drivers Corrupt, missing, or outdated keyboard drivers on your HP printer can occur major issues, including the locked keyboard, its better to find if your keyboard drivers are up-to-date or not. Then, update or reinstall the drivers. You can either use the manual method or an automatic method. Update Keyboard Drivers Manually – Install your keyboard drivers using your Windows device manager on your HP laptop. This method could be longer, and you’ll keep using these steps again and again after some time so that your drivers couldn’t be outdated. Open the Windows search menu. Enter Device Manager and click on the best match. You can also press Windows + X keys to open the Device Manager directly. The hardware categories open in the list expand keyboard. Then, select the keyboard drivers and right-click. Click on Update Driver and follow the instructions to update it manually. Scan your HP laptop for keyboard drivers. Click Fix Now. Click Update in front of the Keyboard driver. We hope you have solved your “keyboard locked on hp laptop” issue. If any physical issue occurs in your keyboard, take it to the manufacturer’s support team and repair it.
  8. Most users managed to upgrade from Windows 10 to Windows 11 without any pay, whereas similar to another predecessor, it also encounters several problems, and mouse lagging is one of them. Windows 10 mouse lag is also a common issue that often results in an annoying computing experience. If you see the “mouse freezes windows 10 /11” error, this guide will help you fix mouse stuttering windows 10/11. Symptoms – The mouse is lagging in Windows 10 or 11 Windows 10 mouse lag Depending on the mouse type – wired and wireless the solutions may change. Let’s see how to fix it. Why my mouse is lagging Mouse lagging in Windows 10 or 11 could be the result of below some causes – Connection or hardware issues File Explorer bug Conflicting Pooling Rate Mouse Trail bug Enabled Adaptive Sync Outdated, missing, or corrupt mouse drivers. How do I fix the “mouse freezes windows 10” error? When you searched for “my mouse is lagging, what to do?” you can use a few fixes mentioned below. Also, we would recommend you ensure your mouse type first. Then, use the below solutions:- WIRED MOUSE STUTTERING WINDOWS 10 /11 If the mouse freezes Windows 10 /11 error occurs in the wired mouse, then the first thing you should try is to disconnect and reconnect your wired mouse. It helped many users to get back their mouses to work. WIRELESS MOUSE FREEZES WINDOWS 10 /11 Check batteries and Bluetooth connection issues. Connections in wireless mice are different than wired ones. Hence you may face mouse lagging issues more. Reconnecting the mouse connection is the first solution to fix it. Reconnect Your Bluetooth Mouse For a Bluetooth mouse, follow the below steps; Press the Win + I keys. Open settings with the above keys and select Bluetooth & devices. Find your mouse and remove the device by using three dots. Again, turn on your mouse to prepare for connection. In windows 10, click Add device. Click Bluetooth and add your mouse model to your Windows 10. Check mouse settings before you go for any mouse lagging solution below. Open the Settings app. Move to Bluetooth & devices. Modify the pointer and scrolling settings. You can disable the “Scroll inactive window when hovering over them'” option. If it doesn’t help you with windows 10 mouse lag, read the fixes below and follow them. Fix 1 – Restart File Explorer Upgrading to Windows 11 patches so many bugs and carry new features. If your system has a File Explorer bug, it can cause most windows 10 mouse lag problems. Here’s how to fix using Explorer restart. Press the Win R key. It’ll open the run dialog box where you’ve to enter taskmgr Press enter or click OK to open Task Manager. Click on the Windows Explorer app Hit on Restart. Fix 2 – Install All Windows Updates Windows updates come with bug fixes and carry some new features. So if your mouse is lagging, the update possibly would help you fix the error. Open Settings in your Windows 10 or 11 using Win I keys. Select Windows update or Click on Check for updates. Wait for your Windows PC to update OS. Hit on Restart Now after the update completes Move your mouse to see if it’s working. If mouse stuttering windows 10 is still appearing, then use another fix. Fix 3 – Disable Mouse Pointer Trails Your mouse with pointer trails is a new accessibility feature added in Windows 11 and available in windows 10. Some users encountered a mouse lagging issue with mouse trails. If you are one of those users, then disable the Mouse Pointer Trails:- Open RUN box using Win + R button press. Enter main.cpl and open Mouse Properties. Open Pointer Options and navigate to the Visibility section. Untick the Display pointer trails and apply the setting. Fix 4 – Run the Troubleshooter Mouse freezes windows 10 error could result from internal hardware issues, so hardware troubleshooter in Windows can sometimes fix it. Press the win key and R key and enter msdt.exe -id DeviceDiagnostic. Press Enter and hit next to start the troubleshooter. Fix 5 – Update Mouse Driver Click the Update button in front of your mouse driver. Additional Solutions To Fix Mouse Stuttering Windows 10 Error If your mouse is still lagging after using all the above fixes, it could be the two different things causing mouse speed slow or stuck. These two fixes are applied to the systems which support the feature. Disable Adaptive Sync – Adaptive Sync is available mostly in 4k monitors with a high refresh rate. Though, it could or couldn’t solve your mouse device problem. But atleast have a try; Press Windows key + S key. Open Search function. Search Nvidia Control Panel Hit on Set Up G-Sync on the left. Go to the menu on the right and untick on the Enable G-Sync, G-Sync Compatible box. Finally, restart your computer in order to make the changes permanent and monitor the situation to see if the issue is now fixed. Lower The Pooling Rate – When the pooling rate is upto 1000Hz, your mouse stuttering may get slow, but sometimes 500 Hz also occur the mouse lagging issue. In this case, follow the below steps to reduce the pooling rate; Unplug the mouse. On your keyboard, press the numeric button 4 and 5 keys. Plug in the mouse and wait for the wheels’ light to flash. The polling rate will reduce to 125 Hz. We hope your mouse starts working perfectly with the above solutions.
  9. Do you face an issue where your computer crashes when playing games? Then you are not the only one to have encountered computer freezes when playing games issue. Several other users have reported the same thing. Wondering why does my PC keep crashing when I play games? Don’t know what to do to fix PC crashes when playing games? The frequent PC crashes when playing games occur due to various reasons that include the driver issue primarily, and other problems such as overheating, less memory space, limited PC configuration, malware and viruses, and so on. You can scroll down to check out the simplest and the most effective techniques to overcome PC freezes while gaming. Fixing Computer Crashes When Playing Games To retain your uninterrupted gaming thrill while preventing any PC crashes when playing games, you will need to fix the issue using the fixes mentioned ahead. If your only complaint is why does my pc keep crashing when I play games, you should consider the following fixing techniques to avoid the question further appearing in your thoughts ever again. Method 1: Update the driver To get over the PC freezes while gaming you need to make sure your PC drivers, especially your graphics card and chipset drivers are updated. You can update your drivers manually as well as automatically as per your convenience. Discussed below are both the techniques for you to try when the computer freezes when playing games. Manual Technique To proceed with updating your system drivers manually, you will need to get to the graphics card and chipset manufacturers’ websites that you use on your PC. You will then be required to find the compatible drivers and download them on your computer to make the frequent PC freezes while gaming issue disappear. Alternatively, you can get to the Device Manager on your PC and right-click on Display adapter installed as well as chipset driver and select the Update Driver option. Then, you will have to select one of the options between “Search automatically for updated driver software” and “Browse my computer for driver software.” Automatic Technique To fix computer crashes when playing games, you can try updating your drivers automatically using the eSoftSafe Driver Updater Pro tool. To do this: First, download the eSoftSafe Driver Updater Pro on your PC. Next, the license agreement window opens up on your screen. Read the terms and conditions and click to accept them. On successful installation of eSoftSafe Driver Updater Pro software, double-click on its icon to launch the app. As soon as you open the app, it will begin scanning your PC for driver issues. Method 2: Close programs in the background The games occupy a lot of space on your computer and that’s why to ensure it runs uninterruptedly, you need to close the background programs, software, and applications. If you don’t close these programs, you may have to encounter computer freezes when playing games error. To close the programs, you may consider the following steps: Open the Task Manager by pressing the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + Shift + Esc. Check for the programs occupying larger space in your computer’s memory. Disable them all by clicking on the End Task button. Now, you can try playing without having to face computer crashes when playing games issue. Method 3: Avoid PC overheating On booting up your computer normally, it will work as usual with no issue(s) observed. However, once you start playing a high-power PC game, you may come across pc crashes when playing games issue that is resulted from the overheating of your computer. To avoid such a situation, you may consider cleaning your computer hardware internally and externally, removing any layer of dust from its surface. Then try running the game on your PC. The computer crashes when playing games issue should disappear. Method 4: Run memory check Your system may have a faulty memory card included within, and that is one of the potential reason you complain about why does my pc keep crashing when I play games. You should consider checking out whether the faulty memory card is a reason your computer freezes when playing games. To do so: First, press the Windows key + R to open the Run dialog box. Next, type mdsched.exe on the available search field and then press Enter key. In order to check for the memory card immediately, click on Restart now and check for problems (recommended) option. Else, click to select Check for Problems the next time I start my computer. Then, your system will begin to run a memory check to find out any fault in the memory card. Method 5: Check the hardware installed In some instances, when you get no result after troubleshooting your PC to fix pc freezes while gaming issue, you should consider checking for the hardware instead. It’s possible the devices are not installed properly on your PC. Also, it may be possible that the hardware is too old and needs replacement.
  10. If your PC fans spin up and seem hotter for no valid reason, then you should check the Task Manager to check if the windows modules installer worker high disk or low disk. If you see windows modules installer worker 100% disk usage, you’ll need to fix it. This process is called TiWorker.exe, a part of OS. What Is Windows Modules Installer Worker? Windows modules installer worker is part of the Windows operating system. It is also called WMIW or TiWorker.exe, the main component that looks for updates and installs them automatically and some other MS products. It is a safe process and enables installation and updates, removal, and optional components. Hence, your windows modules installer worker can run your PC slower. Why is your windows modules installer worker high disk usage? The main cause of windows modules installer worker 100% disk is the continuous search of windows updates. Sometimes, it takes high CPU usage with Loaded RAM due to outdated or corrupted PC drivers. It can occur due to an automatic search for the updates or install them. Also, the time of high activity of the process matters. Though one can not find the exact cause of windows modules installer worker high disk usage, following a few solutions can help it get low. How to fix windows modules installer worker using high disk issues? If your TiWorker.exe process takes 80 to 100% disk usage for an hour or more, then take some actions to fix it. Below we’ve mentioned some fixes. Fix 1 – Restart Your System Rebooting your PC may fix your Windows modules installer high disk usage problem. Hence, press the win button and click on the power button. Then, click shut down, wait for 5 to 10 minutes, and restart your system. Now, check the task manager to do installer proces disk usage. Fix 2 – Remove the SoftwareDistribution Folder The other fix you can try is removing the SoftwareDistribution folder. This folder stores new updates by default. The corrupt file stored in this folder can lead to multiple errors, including high disk usage in the Windows Modules Installer Worker. Go through the below steps and make sure to have access of administrator account access. Press the Windows + R keys and type services.msc Press OK to open the Services window. Right-click on Windows Update and choose Pause/Stop. Navigate to C:\Windows and right-click on the SoftwareDistribution folder. Click Delete and then restart your device. Check whether the windows modules installer worker 100% disk problem has been fixed. Fix 3 – Use the Windows Update Troubleshooter Windows update troubleshooter is a built-in tool that Microsoft has loaded in the latest Windows PCs. To fix the windows modules installer worker high disk usage issue, you can run this tool using the below steps; If your system doesn’t have the windows update troubleshooter, download it from the Microsoft store. Double-click on the WindowsUpdate.diagcab file and launch the troubleshooter. If any issue appears, the tool will fix it automatically. You can also use the windows troubleshooter to fix the issue with the following steps – Open Troubleshoot Settings and click on Additional troubleshooter. Next, select Windows Update and click on Run the troubleshooter. Fix 4 – Run the SFC Scan System File Checker is available by default on the Windows 10 PC. It solves corrupted system files. Start the SFC scan – Press Win R and enter CMD. Press the Ctrl + Shift + Enter keys to launch the Command Prompt. Click Yes and enter sfc /scannow to execute it. Wait for your system to finish scanning your PC. Repairing corrupt files should start now. Restart your system to finish the scan. Then, check the task manager to see if the windows modules installer worker high disk usage issue has been fixed. Fix 5 – Update PC Drivers If any issue appears, click Fix Now. Update all drivers on your PC. Fix 6 – Use the DISM Command The DISM tool identifies corruption issues and fixes them. In addition, it restores the damaged files and can help lower the usage of the windows modules installer worker. Press Win + R and open CMD. Then, press the Ctrl + Shift + Enter keys. Click Yes and start the DISM scan to run for issues system-wide. Enter and execute – DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Scanhealth You can also follow and enter again – DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth Wait a while and close the Command Prompt window. Restart your PC to check if the windows modules installer worker 100% disk has been reduced or not. Fix 7 – Disable Automatic Windows Update If no fix is working for you, then disable automatic Windows updates. The automatic Windows Update could make windows modules installer worker high disk usage. To disable it, Open Settings app Click Update and Security Hit on Windows Update Go to Advanced Options Turn off the update to disable it. We hope the above solutions help you to fix Windows Modules Installer Worker high disk usage issue.
  11. The error code 5200 in the Canon printer occurs mostly due to problems in the cartridge. If the printing results are coming only in black, even if it’s a colored document, the ink cartridge is about to empty. The low ink levels, faulty cartridge, empty cartridge and logic board issues show 5200 errors. The troubleshooting guide will show you fixing the code. Until you fix this issue, the printer will show issues while printing. You may also get blank pages with this error. Cause:- The main cause of the error code 5200 in canon printer is the empty cartridge. It means when the ink cartridges get empty or about to end the ink, you’ll see the error as a notification. canon g6020 support code 5200 How to Fix Canon Printer Error 5200? Find out the useful solution below so that you can fix the Canon printer 5200 issue. 1 – Refill the ink tank Check the ink level in your canon printer model. If it’s about to empty, refill the ink tank. Power off the canon printer. Unplug the power cord. Wait for 30 seconds to 50 seconds and plug in back. Again, turn on the printer. Perform system cleaning as you refill the tank. 2- Install Repair Tools The error may not go just after replacing or refilling the ink tank. Download repair tools and install them to fix Printer Error 5200. 3- Reset Your Canon Printer canon g6020 error 5200 Resetting the Canon printer may not be necessary if refilling the ink tank is sorted out. However, if the printer isn’t printing in good quality as previously did, then you’ve to reset it through the below steps; If your Canon printer model is turned on, turn it off. Now, press the Stop or reset button. Release the Stop or Reset button and hold power ON button. At the same moment, press the stop/reset button two times. Make sure you are still holding the power button while tapping the reset button. Now, leave the power button. Wait for a few moments until you see the idle message. After the message is on display, open the cover on the top to see the cartridges. Take out ink cartridges and Put on the cartridge holder cover. Turn off the Canon printer. Close the top cover and start the printer again. When the printer gets turned on, out cartridges back and see whether the Error Code 5200 has disappeared or not. If the issue doesn’t get solved, your printer needs servicing. If you’re in a 1-year manufacturer’s warranty, it’s easy to fix the problem on Warranty service.
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