FIX: Emerging issue 67758 in Windows 10

Milan Stanojevic
by Milan Stanojevic
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how to fix emerging issue 67758 windows 10

Windows 10 relies heavily on Universal apps, but sometimes these apps can’t run properly on your PC. Users reported that Emerging issue 67758 prevents apps from running, so let’s see how to fix this error.

But first, here are some more similar issues you can resolve with the same solutions:

  • Emerging issue 6619 – This is another error code that basically tells you the same thing as the error code 67758. So, you can use the same solutions here.
  • Windows 10 settings not opening – Out of all the Windows 10 app, the emerging issue 67758 most commonly affects the settings app.
  • PC settings not working Windows 10 – Not being able to access the Settings app will make it harder for us to resolve the problem. But there are a few tricks you can try.
  • Windows 10 settings icon not working – Emerging issue 67758 may even cause the Settings app icon to disappear.

How do I fix emerging issue 67758 on Windows 10?

Table of contents:

  1. Using Microsoft’s troubleshooter
  2. Use SFC and DISM to repair your installation
  3. Fix emerging error using PowerShell
  4. Change the DNS
  5. Delete the local cache
  6. Use System Restore

1. Using Microsoft’s troubleshooter

Microsoft is aware of this problem, and they already released a troubleshooter that addresses this issue. To fix this problem, find and download the troubleshooter for Emerging issue 67758 and run it. A number of users reported that it worked for them, so be sure to give it a try.

2. Use sfc and DISM to repair your installation

  1. Start Command Prompt as administrator. You can do that by pressing Windows Key + X and choosing Command Prompt (Admin) from the menu.
  2. When Command Prompt opens, enter sfc /scannow and press Enter. Wait for the process to complete and don’t interrupt it.
  3. After that, enter dism/online/cleanup-image/restorehealth and press Enter. Wait for the process to finish.
  4. Once the DISM scan is completed, restart your PC.

Bear in mind that you don’t have to run both sfc and DISM scan. DISM scan is designed to run if sfc can’t fix the problem, so be sure to check if the issue is resolved after running sfc scan.

3. Fix emerging error with PowerShell

According to users, you might be able to fix this problem by running PowerShell. We have to warn you that PowerShell is a powerful tool and if you’re not careful you can cause problems with your operating system. To start PowerShell, do the following:

  1. Press Windows Key + S and enter PowerShell. Right-click PowerShell from the list of results and choose Run as administrator.
  2. When PowerShell starts, enter Get-AppXPackage -AllUsers | Foreach {Add-AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode -Register “$($_.InstallLocation)AppXManifest.xml”} and press Enter to run it.
  3. Wait for the command to complete, and then close PowerShell.

After the PowerShell command has been completed, check if the issue is resolved.

4. Change the DNS

  1. Press Windows Key + X to open Power User Menu and select Network Connections.
  2. When Network Connections window opens, locate your network connection, right-click it and choose Properties.
  3. Select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) and click the Properties button.
  4. When the Properties window opens, select Use the following DNS server addresses and enter as the Preferred DNS server and as Alternate DNS server. Alternatively, you can use as Preferred and as an Alternate DNS server.
  5. After you’re done, click OK to save changes.

Few users are suggesting to change your MAC address so that it matches your actual MAC address. To do that, follow these steps:

  1. Open Command Prompt as administrator and enter ipconfig /all. A list of data will appear. Locate Physical Address and write it down. In our example, it was 62-DA-F5-C1-00.
  2. Open Network Connections, locate your network, right-click it and choose Properties.
  3. Click the Configure button.
  4. Go to the Advanced tab and select Network Address. Select the Value option and enter the MAC address that you got in step 1. Be sure not to enter any dashes.
  5. Once you’re done, click the OK button.

5. Delete the local cache

Some users claim that deleting the local cache fixes the problem, and in order to do that follow these steps:

  1. Press Windows Key + R and enter %localappdata%. Press Enter or click OK to run it.
  2. Go to PackagesMicrosoft.WindowsStore_8wekyb3d8bbweLocalCache folder.
  3. Delete all files and folders from the LocalCache folder and restart your PC.
  4. After your PC restarts check if the problem is resolved.

6. Use System Restore

  1. Press Windows Key + S and enter restore. Select Create a restore point.
  2. Click the System Restore button and then click Next.
  3. Select the restore point you wish to use and click Next to restore your PC.

Emerging issue 67758 can cause many problems with Universal apps on your Windows 10 PC, but you should be able to fix it by using one of our solutions.

FAQ: Learn more about DNS

  • Is DNS a protocol?
DNS stands for Domain Name System and it is a protocol within the set of standards for how computers exchange data on the internet and on many private networks. This protocol is known as the TCP/IP protocol suite.
  • How do I find my DNS?
To find your DNS type the ipconfig /all command into the Command Prompt and press enter to run it and get detailed information about the network.
Locate the IP address of your PC in the IPv4 Address field. Locate the primary DNS IP address in the DNS Servers field.

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in September 2016 and it has been since revamped and updated in March 2020 for freshness, accuracy, and comprehensiveness.

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