A user may encounter the File System error (-805305975) in window 10/11 that appears when opening a file with the wrong file format, especially when trying to open file types like photos, videos & music files.
Press the Windows Key + Return key on your keyboard, or right-click on our custom Start button and select Command Prompt (Admin).
Select Yes to allow your phone to make changes.
Type /scannow sfc and press Enter to scan the system file checker.
After the scan is literally completed, restart your computer.
This issue may occur due to a corrupted user profile and MP3 system. Along the way, we recommend that you try the steps mentioned in the following link and see if it helps: Fix issues opening the entire Start Menu or Cortana. Note. Before attempting a RESET, you can perform an update fix and see if the following helps.
What is usually file system error 2147219196? File system error 2147219196 is a problem caused by Windows Informative Update. This prevents a particular app (usually the Photos app) from being potentially used across multiple apps. Simply put, you can’t run your applications normally.
This error is reported to sometimes occur when you launch MS Run settings from the main run window. This is probably due only to the absence of the component’s system files. Also, you may currently encounter error 2018374635 when trying to launch the taskbar, start menu, explorer, Microsoft Edge, picture, etc.
Check for Windows updates. If a well-known issue is causing a file gadget error, Microsoft will likely fix it as soon as possible.
Restart your computer. Sometimes just restarting your computer is enough to fix the error that prevents you from opening game files, games and applications.
Uninstall the latest system updates.
How 1: Run the SFC time command to check for corrupted system files: Method 2: Run DISM and ask it to repair corrupted computer files; Tips: Attention, first turn off the computer by turning off the switch, and after a few minutes, restart it in safe mode. How to start safe mode? Click How to start Windows 10 in safe mode.
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