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Ask Capability access manager service is causing my taskbar to not respond (including start menu, settings, and the taskbar it self) Windows 10

Windows 10 Trouble : Capability access manager service is causing my taskbar to not respond (including start menu, settings, and the taskbar it self)
Error Trouble : Hi! this is my first time I had a fatal problem with my PC , my taskbar was unresponsive after I accidentaly shuted it down straight from the power supply button in the back without realizing, after i close it i booted it up normally then I realised the taskbar wasnt showing the icons not responding everytime I click on it ,it says that it’s not responding and might respond if I wait , after a while of tinkering and trying different fixes i did a clean boot and found the problem , it was the capability access manager service whenever I turn it on the services tab using ms.config my taskbar wou

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Question : Capability access manager service is causing my taskbar to not respond (including start menu, settings, and the taskbar it self)
Update : Last reply July 19, 2021
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How to Fix Capability access manager service is causing my taskbar to not respond (including start menu, settings, and the taskbar it self) on Windows 10?

  1. Hi,

     

    Thank you for writing to Microsoft Community Forums.

     

    In order to get clarity and to assist you accordingly, please reply with the answers to the questions below:

     

    What is the Windows 10 version and Build installed? (Type winver in Windows search/Run command)

    What is the make and model of the PC?

    Are you aware of any changes on the PC prior to this issue?

     

    Let us try few steps.

     

    Step 1: Run the SFC.

    Right click on the Start button, click on Command Prompt (Admin).

    Type “sfc /scannow” without quotes and hit Enter.

    After the scan, restart the computer.

    Now check for the issue.

     

    Step 2: Run the DISM Tool.

    Right click on the Start button, click on Command Prompt (Admin).

    In the Administrator: Command Prompt window, type the following commands. Press the Enter key after each command:

    DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Scanhealth 

    DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth

    To close the Administrator: Command Prompt window, type Exit, and then press Enter.

     

    Note: The tool might take some time to finish, so please do not cancel it.

     

    Step 3: PowerShell Command.

    Press Windows + X key and select Windows PowerShell (Admin)

    Copy and paste this command, and then press Enter: Get-AppXPackage -User ([System.Security.Principal.WindowsIdentity]::GetCurrent().Name) *ShellExperienceHost* | Foreach {Add-AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode -Register “$($_.InstallLocation)AppXManifest.xml”}

    Once the process complete, restart the PC and check

     

    Note: if you get any error while running the command, then open taskbar and look for Windows Shell Experience Host under Process tab and right click on it to End task. Then run the command again.

     

    Regards,

     

    Aditya Roy

    Microsoft Community – Moderator

  2. In reply to Aditya_Roy’s post on July 19, 2021

    Thank you for replying!

    1.my windows 10 ver. is version 21H1 do (I need to include the os build?)

    2. I’m sorry but I dont get what you meant by the question can you please show me how to see the make ,and model?

    3.Yes I have seen changes .

    Every now and then the taskbar would who up while in a fullscreen application, of course some of my apps don’t work nor open. when I try to screen snip or try to use the know screen keyboard it is unable to work

    do I have to try the steps with camsvc on or off?

    also please inform me how to open cmd as an admin without the use of the taskbar or start button in the taskbar

    I have tried the sfc/scannow (while camsvc disabled because I cant open and prompt with admin with it enabled) but to no effect it didnt find anything aswell

    I will also wait for your reply to see I camsvc has to be on or off in other to the the steps.

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