How to Fix Modern Setup Host has Stopped Working

Do you want to fix the modern setup host has stopped working error? Then follow the different methods mentioned below to fix this issue on your Windows PC.

Here’s how to fix modern setup host has stopped working.

· Preparing the Windows machine for upgrading

1.   Click on the Windows and R key together.

2.  Enter msconfig in the search bar.

3.  Click on the Enter option.

4.  It will launch the System Configuration.

5.  Select the Services option.

6.  Press on the Hide all Microsoft services located at the end of the display.

7.  You need to press on the Disable all option.

8.  It is given at the end of the screen.

9.  Press on the Apply option.

10.  Otherwise, click on the OK button.

· For the Windows 7

1.   Click on the Windows and R key together.

2.  Enter msconfig in the search bar.

3.  Click on the Enter option.

4.  It will launch the System Configuration option.

5.  Select the Startup option.

6.  Press on the Disable all options located at the right-hand side of the display.

7.  Press on the Apply option.

8.  After that, press on the OK button.

9.  Start the Windows system.

10.  Open the Windows upgrade option.

· For Windows 8 and 8.1

1.   Keep pressing on the Windows and R keys together.

2.  Enter msconfig in the text box.

3.  Click on the Enter option.

4.  It will open the System Configuration menu.

5.  Select the Startup option.

6.  After that, press on the Task Manager option.

7.  Select the Startup option once again.

8.  Turn off the app for a few minutes.

9.  You can do this by right-clicking on the app.

10.  After that, select the app.

11.  Exit from the Task Manager.

12.  Start the Windows system.

13.  Open the Windows upgrade menu.

· For Windows 7 users

1.   Keep pressing on the Windows symbol and click on the R key.

2.  Enter the Control Panel in the search bar.

3.  Click on the Enter option.

4.  It will launch the Control Panel.

5.  Select the View by Category option.

6.  Press on the Region, Clock, and Language option.

7.  Press on the Region and Language option.

8.  Select the Location option.

9.  Below the Current location option, you need to select the United States country.

10. Select the Keyboard and Languages option.

11. Press on the Change Keyboard option.

12. Select the General option.

13. Below the Default input language option, you need to select the English option.

14. Press on the Apply button.

15. After that, click on the OK button.

16. Exit from the Control Panel menu.

17.  Start the Windows symbol.

18.  Open the Windows upgrade option.

· For Windows 8 and Windows 8.1

1.   Keep pressing on the Windows and R keys together.

2.  Enter the Control Panel in the search bar.

3.  Click on the Enter option.

4.  It will launch the Control Panel.

5.  Select the View by Category option.

6.  Press on the Language, clock, and Region.

7.  Press on the Region option.

8.  Select the Location option.

9.  Below the Home option, you need to select the country.

10.  Press on the Apply option.

11. Otherwise, press on the OK button.

12. Below the Clock, Region, and Language option, press on the Language option for adding any other language.

13.  Press on the Add a language option.

14. Select the English option.

15. Press on the Open button.

16. Select the English language.

17. Press on the Add option.

18. Below the languages option, choose the default language.

19. Select the Remove option.

20. Exit from the Control Panel.

21. Start the Windows computer.

22. Start upgrading to the Windows 10 version.

23.  Turn on the services and start changing the regional settings.

JEANNE E. WINFIELD is a self-professed security expert; she has been making the people aware of the security threats. Her passion is to write about Cyber security, cryptography, malware, social engineering, internet and new media. She writes for Norton security products at norton.com/setup.

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