How to Fix Error Code 0xC0000005 on Windows 10?

Sometimes, this error code 0xC0000005 can be a very frustrating and irritating error which usually occurs when you attempt to use programs within the Windows 10. Though it is often related to the Windows 10, this error has also made an appearance in the earlier versions of the Windows operating system. In such cases, all the errors work in the same ways and are usually caused by the same things. Some most common symptoms of this error are discussed below:

  • Fails to run programs as designed
  • Fails to start the programs

However, it can be very tough to deal with an error like 0x0000005 on your Windows machine. The Error code 0xC0000005 is usually caused due to an Access violation. This simply means that when any user tries to launch a program, then they will see an error message if Windows is not able to correctly process the files and also the configuration which needs to run that particular program. You can also fix this issue or error with an installed program as well as an installer for that particular program. This error might also be caused due to the registry entries made on the operating system, or due to faulty drivers that cause bad interactions between the system and the programs.

Steps to Fix Error Code 0x C0000005 on Windows 10

If you want to fix this error easily, then you have to follow the steps in ascending order so that it will save time and also avoid errors which harm your system. Here how to do it:

Fix Registry Editor

Some corrupt registry files lead to the serious issues in the system, including this error code. If you have back up of this registry files, then you can easily restore your system’s registry and fix the problem. However, editing the registry files is a little complex task and can also be harmful to the system. Any improper or invalid alteration can lead to serious system consequences. So we advise you to back up your current registry files before making any changes in it. Here how to fix the registry files:

  1. Open the Run command box by simultaneously clicking on the Windows + R keys.
  2. Then, under the Run command box, type regedit on it.
  3. Press the Enter key.
  4. Now, go to the following path:
  • HKLM/SOFTWARE/Microsoft/WindowsNT\CurrentVersion\Windows\AppInit_Dlls
  1. After that, double-click on the LoadApplnit_DLLs and change the value from 1to 0.
  2. Then, click on the OK tab to confirm the changes.
  3. Lastly, click to close the Registry Editor Window.
  4. Finally, restart your computer system.

Lucia Mandela is a Microsoft Office expert and has been working in the technical industry since 2002. As a technical expert, Lucia has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as office.com/setup.

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