Sometimes, this error occurs due to outdated driver or lack of free space in HDD. For more assistance, you can visit to www.office.com/setup365. In this article, you will read the method to resolve CACHE MANAGER Error in Windows 10/11.
Method To Fix CACHE MANAGER Error in Windows 10/11:
1. Use Third-party BSoD Fixer:
To fix this error, you should use Restoro tool which has the latest functional system files for Windows 10 PC and also offers you to replace the corrupted elements. This tool will help you to create a restore point before you begin the repair process. It helps you to restore the previous version of your PC.
2. Regularly Update Windows 10:
Microsoft releases new features of Window 10 through Windows Update. It releases many bug fixes and updates. This error is usually due to outdated or incompatible hardware; hence you should keep your Windows 10 up to date with new updates. It is advised you should download Windows updates regularly as it will not cause any incompatibility and BSoD errors.
3. Run BSOD Troubleshooter:
To run the Troubleshooter, you need to open the Settings app and then navigate to Update & Security section. Now, choose Troubleshoot option from the menu which is on the left side of screen. Here, select BSOD from the right side of the screen and then hit on Run the troubleshooter. At last, you need to follow the steps on the computer screen to finish the troubleshooter.
4. Update your Drivers:
Generally, these errors occur due to outdated drivers which are not compatible with Windows 10. So, if you look for drivers on your own then it will take time. Hence, you should use an automatic driver updater which will save your time and automatically, search for drivers and most importantly keep your computer up to date with latest drivers. It is recommended you should use DriverFix software which will repair damage or missing drivers. It will regularly update and scans driver so that your device is optimized.
5. Run SFC Scan:
To run scan, you should right-tap on the Windows search and then write cmd. Now, open Command Prompt as administrator. Then, you need to enter the following line and just tap on Enter key: sfc/scannow
Here, just wait for the procedure to end. At the end, close the Command Prompt and just restart the system.
6. Run DISM:
The customer should open Command Prompt as administrator. And then paste the command in the box and hit on Enter key:
DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth
Just wait so that the scanning procedure ends. At last, you need to Restart your PC and again update it.
If you want to run DSIM command with Windows installation media, then you first need to insert your Windows installation media. After this, you need to open Command Prompt (Admin). Here in the command line, you should type the commands and then tap on Enter key after each command:
dism /online /cleanup-image /scanhealth
dism /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth
At this point, type the command and tap on Enter key:
DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth /source:WIM:X:SourcesInstall.wim:1 /LimitAccess
Here, you should check change an X value with letter of the mounted drive of Windows 10 installation. At the end, restart your personal computer.
With this above solutions, the customer can fix the issue of CATCHE MANAGER Error in Window 10. If you still need any kind of assistance, then you can go to office.com/setup or office.com/myaccount.