Some users are reporting that the Unhandled Exception error is appearing on their Microsoft .NET framework window, and it can also occur during the computer startup. You can follow different methods mentioned below to fix this issue on your Windows PC.
Here’s How to Fix Unhandled Exception in Windows
• Replacing the Antivirus
1. Press on the Start menu.
2. Go to the Control Panel option by finding it.
3. Additionally, press on the gear symbol.
4. It will launch the settings tab in case you are a user of Windows 10 PC.
5. Choose the View as-Category option given in the Control Panel.
6. It is located at the upper right-hand side of the display.
7. Press on Uninstall a Program option.
8. It is given below the Programs column.
9. In case you have opened the Settings tab, press on the Apps option.
10. It will launch the menu list of all the software which you have already installed on the system.
11. Find the antivirus tool given in the Control Panel.
12. Otherwise, find it in the Settings tab.
13. Press on the Uninstall option.
14. Now, the uninstallation window gets open on the screen.
15. You need to go through the guidelines to uninstall the program.
16. Press on the Finish option once you have completed the uninstalling process.
17. Start the system again to check if you have fixed this error or still it is occurring on the screen.
18. You need to select the best antivirus software.
• Go through the boot option
1. Start using the Windows and R keys together given on the system keyboard.
2. By going to the Run prompt box, enter MSCONFIG in the given box.
3. Press on the OK button.
4. Press on the Boot option.
5. Unselect the Safe Boot option.
6. Below the General option, which is located in the same menu, press to choose the Selective startup option.
7. After that, press to remove the Load startup items section.
8. Below the Services option, press to choose the Hide all Microsoft services section.
9. After that, press on the Disable all option.
10. Press on the Task Manager option.
11. It is located on the Startup option.
12. You need to right-click on every startup which is already turned on.
13. After that, choose the Disable option.
14. You need to turn on the Startup items separately.
15. Check whether you have fixed this error.
16. After finding the startup which is causing this issue, you can use the methods to fix this issue.
• Installing the NET Framework updated version
1. Once you have installed the updated version, then go through the integrity.
2. On the system keyboard, start using Windows and R keys together.
3. It will launch the Run pop up box.
4. Enter the control.exe in the given column.
5. Press on the OK button to launch the Run prompt box.
6. Enter the control.exe in the given box.
7. Press on the OK button to launch it,
8. Press on Uninstall a Program option.
9. Click on the Turn Windows features on or off option.
10. Ensure that the latest version is available for the x.x marks for the operating system.
11. In case the box which is given near to the .NET Framework 4.x.x is not turned on, then turn on it first by pressing on the checkbox.
12. Press on the OK button to exit the Windows Feature menu.
13. Start rebooting the system.
14. In case you have already turned on the 4.x.x, then start repairing the .Net Framework by removing the checkbox.
15. Reboot the system.
16. Once you have completed the restarting process, you need to turn on the .Net Framework again.
17. Start the system once again.
Lily Johnsol is a McAfee product expert and has been working in the technology industry since 2002. As a technical expert, Emma has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as mcafee.com/activate.