Solved! Fix WerFault.exe Application Error in Windows 10 / 11

If  you have received a  WerMgr.exe or WerFault.exe Application Error using Windows 10 or Windows 11, then you have landed at the right place. This article compiles all the methods to fix


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WerFault.exe or WerMgr.exe Application Error  in Windows 10. The WerMgr.exe is located in system32 folder in windows operating system and is used for windows error reporting.

The error below shows that these files are corrupted and needed to be fixed.

The instruction at the referenced memory could not read. Click on OK to terminate the program.

Method 1 – Run  SFC System file scanner

1 – Search command prompt in search box and then right click and click on run as administrator.

 

Command Prompt Admin Min

 

2 – Now, write sfc /scannow and hit enter.

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3 – The sfc /scannow command will scan all protected system files, and replace the corrupt files with a cached version already stored in windows dllcache folder.

wait for sometime till the scan is completed. Then reboot your PC.

Method 2 – Use windows Memory Diagnostic tool

1 – Search windows memory diagnostic tool in windows 10 search box.

2 – Now, run this tool by clicking the search result icon.

3 – Now, click on restart now.

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This tool will run and then will find and fix automatically the memory related problems in windows operating system.

Method 3 – disable Windows Error Reporting Service

If the above two methods do not work, then the best alternative is to disable windows error reporting service.

1 – Press and hold windows key on your keyboard and press r.

2 – write services.msc in the run command box and hit enter to open service manager.

 

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3 – Now, locate windows error reporting service from the list.

4 – Double click on it.

5 – Now, choose startup type as disabled.

Also click on stop to stop it.

 

Startup Disabled Windows Error Reporting Service

6 – Now, click on apply.

7- Finally press OK and reboot your PC.

 

Method 4 – Reinstall Display drivers

1 – Press and hold windows key and then press R to open run command box.

2 – Then type devmgmt.msc in it and hot enter.

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3 – Once the device manager opens up click on Display adaptors to expand.

4 – Now, uninstall drivers.


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Uninstall Display Drivers Windows 10

 

5 – Now, Click on Action tab.

6 -Finally, click on Scan for hardware changes.

 

Uninstall Display Drivers Windows 10

 

Once , you click on scan for hardware changes, the Device manager will automatically install the latest missing hardware with the most updated version, which you just recently uninstalled now.

Guys, these are all the methods with which you can fix WerFault.exe Application Error in Windows 10. Hope you get rid of this error using these Methods.

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4 thoughts on “Solved! Fix WerFault.exe Application Error in Windows 10 / 11”

  1. I did all this plus cleaned and reseated my RAM, did a BIOS update and Windows update. The error stopped for two days after the BIOS and Windows update then resumed when I restarted my PC. I’ve been struggling with this for a week and its driving me crazy.

  2. Hi thanks for this, it gave me a starting point but i scratched my head for hours and kept coming back to it, but my system blue screened at the most in opportune moments, and i was on the verge of resetting windows when i found it, my antivirus has an extension i can install in my browsers, but it seems Firefox and im not sure if google has it also, that blocks web pages it suspects of being Malicious, well my web page extension does it also, so i think they were having a dust up in the background, ive disabled the extensions and i havent had a BSOD since, one other thing i had Xsplit installed that i dont really use, a broadcast service for games, so if people get stumped like i was might be worth looking at those also

  3. I see what you did there.
    (Method 3 disables the service so the error won’t ever come up again… lol but now you don’t have that service available…)

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