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Hi all.
I have and i try to solve this problem. I have this info at Reliability monitor :

error.jpg

The two files are OK at my disk. But as i saw with Nirsoft's "RegDllview" , SystemSettings.dll is unregistered.
Also when i try to register it (via command prompt or RegDllview) i take errors and i cannot register it.
Is that normal ?
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If you can open Settings app, you should not worry or you can execute below command to register SystemSettings.dll.

Code:
regsvr32.exe SystemSettings.dll /f
 

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If you can open Settings app, you should not worry or you can execute below command to register SystemSettings.dll.

Code:
regsvr32.exe SystemSettings.dll /f
1) At your system is SystemSettings.dll registered ?
2) Errors :
1.jpg



2.jpg

If you need trasnlation of error messages , tell me.
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Try below command:

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regsvr32.exe C:\Windows\ImmersiveControlPanel\SystemSettings.dll
 

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Try below command:

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regsvr32.exe C:\Windows\ImmersiveControlPanel\SystemSettings.dll
4.jpg
At your system is SystemSettings.dll registered ?
 

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Do you have any problem with Settings app?
 

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Yes , something like this. At your system is SystemSettings.dll registered ?

 

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Yes , something like this. At your system is SystemSettings.dll registered ?

UWP dll's don't need to be registered they are contained within the app. I think a repair install will benefit you as the component store cant' fix it with Appx.
 

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I don't know how to use RegDllview utility to get that information, but i have no problem with Settings app.

Make sure to execute Sfc /scannow command.
 

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I don't know how to use RegDllview utility to get that information, but i have no problem with Settings app.

Make sure to execute Sfc /scannow command.
Sfc and DISM without problems.
 

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UWP dll's don't need to be registered they are contained within the app. I think a repair install will benefit you as the component store cant' fix it with Appx.
If it is OK as unregistered , this is not the cause of the problem , that i want to check.
I will dont make repair install. The problem is minor , reapair install taking hours , there is not guarantee that it solve this problem , and will miss tweaks and settings.
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I don't know how to use RegDllview utility to get that information, but i have no problem with Settings app.

Make sure to execute Sfc /scannow command.
Just run RegDllview and make a search for SystemSettings.dll. If you see it at results is registered. I haven't it.
 

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Just run RegDllview and make a search for SystemSettings.dll. If you see it at results is registered. I haven't it.
There is no result for SystemSettings.dll search.

It's best you do repair install.
 

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There is no result for SystemSettings.dll search.

It's best you do repair install.
So my system is OK. As you can see here and if you search at internet for the same crash , looks like is a bug of Windows 11 , for some systems (also you can see a permantly solution that i posted). I will wait updates to fix that. Thanks.
 

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If it is OK as unregistered , this is not the cause of the problem , that i want to check.
I will dont make repair install. The problem is minor , reapair install taking hours , there is not guarantee that it solve this problem , and will miss tweaks and settings.
Thanks.
Well, then what is the problem? You asked if the dll needs to be registered I said no. You have a corrupt file according to the Reliability thingy - I would just take the time and repair it properly instead of looking for a quick-fix.
 

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Well, then what is the problem? You asked if the dll needs to be registered I said no. You have a corrupt file according to the Reliability thingy - I would just take the time and repair it properly instead of looking for a quick-fix.
1) The problem is 2 sections (optional update and 1 more) at Windows Update crashes (auto-close settings when select them).
2) I searched if systemsettings.dll as unregistered causes the problem. So according the answer of Free Booter , the answer is not.
3) What you mean when you said "....take the time and repair it..." ? Repair install ? As i said i will not do a repair install and i told the reasons.
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1) The problem is 2 sections (optional update and 1 more) at Windows Update crashes (auto-close settings when select them).
2) I searched if systemsettings.dll as unregistered causes the problem. So according the answer of Free Booter , the answer is not.
3) What you mean when you said "....take the time and repair it..." ? Repair install ? As i said i will not do a repair install and i told the reasons.
Thanks.
Make a backup of your broken install then try repair install - if still not happy restore your broken backup... Up to you - Good luck.
 

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Make a backup of your broken install then try repair install - if still not happy restore your broken backup... Up to you - Good luck.
Good think , but i have a permantly solution until Microsoft fix that at with an update. (y)
And i dont know if my current install is broken or is just a Windows 11 bug (i believe this).
 

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