Having trouble with devices and printers not loading properly on your Windows computer? Let’s dive into troubleshooting techniques to address this issue effectively.
Enable necessary services to fix Devices and Printers loading issue
To fix the loading issue with Devices and Printers on Windows, you can enable necessary services. Here’s how:
1. Press the Windows key to open the Start menu.
2. Type “services.msc” and press Enter to open the Services window.
3. Scroll down and locate “Bluetooth Support Service“.
4. Right-click on it and select “Properties“.
5. In the Properties window, select the “General” tab.
6. Change the Startup type to “Automatic” and click “Apply“.
7. Next, click on the “Recovery” tab.
8. For all three failure options (First failure, Second failure, and Subsequent failures), select “Restart the Service” from the drop-down list.
9. Click “Apply” and then “OK” to save the changes.
10. Restart your computer to apply the changes.
This should enable the necessary services to fix the loading issue with Devices and Printers on Windows.
Run system file scan to troubleshoot loading issue
To troubleshoot loading issues with Devices and Printers on Windows, you can run a system file scan using the System File Checker tool. This tool checks for any corrupted or missing system files that may be causing the issue.
To run a system file scan:
1. Open the Start menu and type “Command Prompt” in the search bar.
2. Right-click on “Command Prompt” and select “Run as administrator”.
3. In the Command Prompt window, type “sfc /scannow” and press Enter.
The System File Checker will now scan your computer and repair any corrupted files it finds. This process may take some time.
Once the scan is complete, restart your computer and check if the loading issue with Devices and Printers is resolved.
If the issue persists, you can also try restarting the Print Spooler service. Open the Control Panel, go to “Administrative Tools”, and click on “Services”. Locate the “Print Spooler” service, right-click on it, and select “Restart”.
If you are still experiencing issues, you may need to contact Microsoft support for further assistance.
Open Devices and Printers in a new user account for troubleshooting
To troubleshoot a load issue with Devices and Printers on Windows, you can try opening it in a new user account. This can help determine if the problem is specific to your user profile.
To do this, follow these steps:
1. Press the **Windows key** on your keyboard to open the Start menu.
2. Click on **Settings** (the gear icon) to open the Settings app.
3. In the Settings app, click on **Accounts**.
4. On the left side of the Accounts window, click on **Family & other users**.
5. Under “Other users”, click on **Add someone else to this PC**.
6. Follow the on-screen prompts to create a new user account.
7. Once the new user account is created, log out of your current account and log in to the new user account.
8. Open the **Control Panel** by right-clicking on the Start button and selecting it from the context menu.
9. In the Control Panel, search for “Devices and Printers” in the search box in the top right corner.
10. Click on **Devices and Printers** when it appears in the search results.
This will open Devices and Printers in the new user account, allowing you to troubleshoot any load issues you may be experiencing.
Register IE8 DLL and enable Bluetooth Support and Print Spooler Service
First, open the Command Prompt as an administrator by pressing the Windows key + X and selecting “Command Prompt (Admin)” from the menu.
Next, type the following command and press Enter: regsvr32 C:\Windows\System32\ieframe.dll. This will register the IE8 DLL and help resolve any issues related to Internet Explorer.
To enable Bluetooth support, go to the Control Panel and click on “Devices and Printers.” Right-click on your computer’s Bluetooth icon and select “Enable.”
If you are experiencing issues with the Print Spooler service, open the Services applet in the Control Panel. Scroll down to find the “Print Spooler” service, right-click on it, and select “Start” or “Restart” from the context menu.
By registering the IE8 DLL and enabling Bluetooth support and the Print Spooler service, you should be able to resolve any device and printer load issues on your Windows system.
Utilize safe mode, create a new user profile, or clean boot Windows 10/11 to fix loading issue
Utilize safe mode, create a new user profile, or clean boot Windows 10/11 to fix loading issue on Devices and Printers
If you’re experiencing a loading issue with Devices and Printers on your Windows 10/11 device, there are a few troubleshooting steps you can take to resolve the problem.
First, try booting your device into safe mode. To do this, press the Windows key + R to open the Run dialog box, then type msconfig and press Enter. In the System Configuration window, go to the Boot tab and check the “Safe boot” option. Click OK and restart your computer. Safe mode starts Windows with a minimal set of drivers and services, which can help isolate the cause of the loading issue.
If safe mode doesn’t resolve the problem, you can try creating a new user profile. Open the Control Panel and go to User Accounts. Click on Add or remove user accounts and then select Add a new user in PC settings. Follow the prompts to create a new user account and log in with the newly created profile. Sometimes, issues with the current user profile can cause loading problems with Devices and Printers, so creating a new profile can help troubleshoot the issue.
If neither safe mode nor a new user profile resolves the loading issue, you can try performing a clean boot. This will start Windows with a minimal set of startup programs, which can help determine if a conflicting program is causing the problem. Press the Windows key + R to open the Run dialog box, then type msconfig and press Enter. In the System Configuration window, go to the Services tab and check the “Hide all Microsoft services” option. Click on Disable all and then go to the Startup tab and click on Open Task Manager. In the Task Manager window, disable all startup programs by right-clicking on each one and selecting Disable. Close the Task Manager, go back to the System Configuration window, and click OK. Restart your computer and check if the loading issue with Devices and Printers is resolved.