Accelerometerst.exe Application Error in Windows 10 [Fix]
To fix the "Accelerometerst.exe" application error in Windows 10, you can try the following steps:
Restart your computer: Sometimes, the error can be temporary. Restarting your computer may resolve the issue.
Update the accelerometer driver: Outdated or incompatible drivers can cause application errors. Visit the manufacturer's website for your device and download the latest version of the accelerometer driver. Install the driver according to the provided instructions and restart your computer.
Reinstall the accelerometer driver: If updating the driver didn't work, try reinstalling it. Open Device Manager by right-clicking on the Start button and selecting "Device Manager." Locate the accelerometer driver, right-click on it, and select "Uninstall device." Restart your computer, and Windows should automatically reinstall the driver. If not, download the driver from the manufacturer's website and install it manually.
Perform a clean boot: Sometimes, third-party applications or services can interfere with the accelerometer and cause errors. Performing a clean boot helps identify if this is the case. To perform a clean boot, follow these steps:
- Press Windows + R to open the Run dialog box.
- Type "msconfig" and press Enter to open the System Configuration window.
- In the General tab, select "Selective startup" and uncheck the box next to "Load startup items."
- Go to the Services tab, check the box next to "Hide all Microsoft services," and click on "Disable all."
- Click on the Startup tab and click "Open Task Manager."
- In the Task Manager window, disable all the startup items.
- Close the Task Manager and go back to the System Configuration window. Click "OK" and restart your computer. After the clean boot, check if the error still occurs. If not, you can selectively enable the startup items and services to identify the one causing the conflict.
Perform a system file check: Corrupted system files can lead to application errors. You can use the System File Checker (SFC) tool to scan and repair system files. Open Command Prompt as an administrator and enter the command: "sfc /scannow". Wait for the scan to complete, and if any issues are found, the tool will attempt to repair them.
Check for malware: Malware infections can cause application errors. Run a thorough scan using reliable antivirus or anti-malware software to detect and remove any malware from your system.
Check for Windows updates: Make sure your Windows operating system is up to date. Updates often include bug fixes and improvements that can address application errors. Go to Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update and click on "Check for updates." Install any available updates.
Perform a system restore: If the error started occurring recently, you can try using System Restore to revert your computer to a previous restore point when the accelerometer was functioning correctly. Search for "System Restore" in the Start menu, open the tool, and follow the instructions to restore your system.
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