Windows 10: Windows Data Protect crash
Windows Data Protect crash
I'm having an intermittent occurrence of Microsoft Windows Error Reporting application popping up after loading Windows 10, with a message that says "Windows Data Protect has stopped working."
This message hangs for a minute or two, then goes away. I cannot tell if the problem is being fixed automatically, or if it is just going away.
What is Windows Data Protect, and why does it keep crashing?
Well, I guess you mean "Windows Data Protection"
Pretty technical (and very old I'm afraid.. hopefully you can find sthg more up to date with more time):
Windows Data Protection
What can you do?
You will find more information from the relevant Event Log reports, (see Event Viewer) which may point you in the right direction.
Hopefully someone familiar with such issues will be able to help.
You can also do basic checks like
chkdsk C: /F
run SFC /scannow
from an elevated command prompt.
Worth doing to establish a base line.
- have you clean installed Win 10?
- or have you upgraded?
Does this happen if you do a clean boot?
I dont know what i did but the error is gone it now doesnt pop up maybe it was a bug or something
looking for a password manager to protect a folder in my documents,Did some search and came across this one that I found on inserting password protect a folder into the search box top right.
Does any one know anything about this software...
Windows 10 has been working like a Dream but now its turned into a nightmare! Constantly Crashing after an hour of use, has anyone else had this problem, as its been working fine for months.
I hope someone can help.....I cannot seem to find the setting to get my laptop to ask for a password upon booting! :cry: Ive looked in the accounts setting and cant find anything. The nearest I have found is under the accounts/sign-in...
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