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Created by finefin, 600 days ago, 1720 views

It always crushes. But I switch to another Windows account, Calculator works. How to fix?
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maren599 days ago


If you have windows 10 here is solution for your problem:

http://www.techunboxed.com/2015/09/how-to-get-classic-calculator-back-in.html

Also, I advice to you to clean all temp folders, and scan system partition with antivirus program

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ramonm55600 days ago

just make right click on the bar of window task manger and chosse process . in this new windows make right click on the process of the calc.exe and finishe it

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finefin600 days ago

@ramonm55
I still can't use it even after reopening it.

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SetupComputer600 days ago

reformat your pc

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finefin600 days ago

@SetupComputer No

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SetupComputer600 days ago

up to you @finefin

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zrodfects600 days ago

Try restoring, you know an earlier restore point which you won't lose your files, it reverts back to the last time you might remember that it did work, maybe something was installed under that account that made the calculator not work, this is infact the first time I ever heard someone having windows calculator drama..

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finefin600 days ago

@zrodfects

I think this is a common problem on Windows 10.

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zrodfects600 days ago

@finefin
Maybe give this a go :)

http://windowsreport.com/calculator-doesnt-work-windows-10/

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ha14600 days ago

@finefin

try sfc /scannow
Use the System File Checker tool to repair missing or corrupted system files
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/929833

try to uninstall calculator and reinstall
http://www.askvg.com/guide-how-to-remove-all-built-in-apps-in-windows-10/

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Lakada600 days ago

maybe a virus / trojan thats inject into the Calc.exe and block it
or maybe windows 10 got a error
or your RAM IS DAMAGED that makes FILES CORRUPT ! try memtest

reinstall your windows 10
*repairing or resets affecting your PC health and performance.

I recommend reinstall your PC.

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joeltruck599 days ago

Was your win 10 a free upgrade from win7? If so, you can go to tech support for windows. it's a toll free # and tech support is free. They will do a remote and find the problem and fix it.

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AtanasVa599 days ago

If everything works on the other account, you can delete your old account, but remember to copy your personal files and documents to your new account. Also have to mention that even though you’re using a local account you can easily turn it into a Microsoft account so you’ll still have access to all apps that you used to have.

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maren599 days ago

@Lakada

If is RAM damaged, it will not run on different acc

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Aravi599 days ago

Hi @finefin
Make sure that you have administrator write/ access user write before trying to troubleshoot.

Otherwise, I think individual profile resource files may got corrupted/ not created properly. Kindly try to reinstall the calculator with administrative writes. It is the simplest solution. If no then you need to recreate your profile.

For windows 10:

http://windowsreport.com/calculator-doesnt-work-windows-10/

I hope your issue will be resolved by doing that.

Regards.

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Hoshikawa_Momoko599 days ago

Hello, @finefin There is two ways to solve this problem if you are using Windows 10.

1. Create new user account - But it looks like you did that. Next!

2. Re-register all Windows 10 apps - Here's how:

a. In the Search Bar, type PowerShell. Right-click PowerShell and click "Run as administrator".

b. Type this:

Get-AppXPackage -AllUsers | Foreach {Add-AppXPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode -Register "$($_.InstallLocation)\AppXManifest.xml"}

Press Enter. Now your Calculator should be working. Oh yeah, don't forget it's case sensitive!

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maren599 days ago

@Aravi
... If no then you need to recreate your profile.

DON'T DO THIS!!!

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finefin599 days ago

@Lakada
I think it is not a big problem to reinstall the system. I can download other calculator apps.

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finefin599 days ago

@AtanasVa

Thanks for your suggestion!

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finefin599 days ago

@maren
Your link helped me. I downloaded the old calculator exe.

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maren598 days ago

@finefin
Thanks for choosing my answer for best. I'm glad to help you.

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Techinpost172 days ago

Hey good news for you, i found a webpage from which i get rid out of this type of error issue yesterday, now you can also check this guide once for getting rid of it completely: www.techinpost.com/windows-10-calculator-not-working-windows-os-pc-error-issue/

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