08-23-2017 05:08 AM
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  1. Mahendra Kumar2's Avatar
    I ran registry cleaner in ccleaner yesterday and bravely removed all the "problem" issues that were listed. I did create the backup remove list. Suddenly the START menu did not function any more. I thought that was temporary & shut down the PC last night. When I started the PC this morning, the message "critical error: start menu not working" popped up & asked to be signed out. I signed out & also restarted the PC and the same error message popped up. I tried logging in with different accounts but still saw the same error message.

    Here is what I did to get Windows 10 back.
    1. Restart Windows 10 in safe mode. The easiest way is Start - Power then Shift-Restart. Click Advanced Options & set Startup settings to safe mode.
    2. After the PC reboots, choose an account to sign in.
    3. Press Windows+R then enter regedit.exe.
    4. Click Files menu then Import. Choose the registry backup files to add. I added both backup lists that were removed yesterday.
    5. Restart the PC.

    I created an image backup & repair disk just in case.

    Good luck!!
    04-12-2017 04:33 AM
  2. Mahendra Kumar2's Avatar
    You can fix Start menu and taskbar not working error by updating.
    1. Just go to control penal.
    2. Now click System and Security.
    3. Now lick on Update.
    4. After update just restart.

    Thats it, This is working ways, If you need more info, Then visit this webpage for detail guide.
    04-12-2017 04:38 AM
  3. TPhu's Avatar
    It's 2017 and you're still saving lives! Thanks Raheem!!!! Like other users, I created an account just to say thank youuuuu!!!!!
    04-19-2017 07:05 AM
  4. Justcheckingitout's Avatar
    Hi although this thread is from a while ago, I thought I'd show the way I dealt with this problem.
    I fixed my unresponsive task bar in 3 easy steps. ( May not work for you! )
    Step 1: Hold Ctrl, Alt, and Delete.
    Step 2: Click on the power button on the bottom-right hand side, It will give you 3 options I think.
    Step 3: Click Restart ( This is the one I did and it worked, haven't tried the other options ).
    After restarting, my task bar worked just fine. :)
    05-30-2017 07:04 PM
  5. geeksw11's Avatar
    Hi there are few methods to solve this problem

    Steps #1 : Open Task Manager
    Since the start button is not working anymore, now you have to open the task manager using your keyboards. With the combination of keys like- Ctrl + Alt + Del, it will automatically open an option containing Task manager. Click Task Manager to proceed.

    Steps# 2: Run New Task
    With the help of Task manager, now click on the file menu and select Run New Task.

    Steps# 3: Open PowerShell
    After you have open the Run,now type and enter PowerShell. Now this will open a whole new Admin Windows, where you have to manage the setting. Next under the PowerShell type & enter sfc/scannow.

    these steps will help you to fix windows 10 taskbar not working issue
    07-10-2017 01:50 PM
  6. scoops672's Avatar
    Thanks for this Raheem - it worked perfectly!
    08-23-2017 05:08 AM
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