- The Event Viewer log is an excellent Windows 10 tool that allows you to gather information about background processes, including errors that cause programs to crash.
- One such error is the Event 1000 error message, and we will be looking over several way you can fix it and stop it it from appearing again.
- Access our dedicated System Errors section for more interesting articles on this topic.
- If you feel like you could use some extra help, come visit our detailed Windows 10 errors hub for more useful articles.
The Event ID 1000 application error is one included in the Event Viewer log when applications crash. Thus, when the error occurs, you can’t launch the required program or software might unexpectedly close.
If the Event ID 1000 error is a frequently occurring one on your Windows desktop or laptop, these are a few resolutions that might fix it.
How can I fix Event 1000 application errors for good on Windows 10?
- Run a System File Checker Scan
- Scan the Registry
- Clean Boot Windows
- Reinstall Microsoft NET Framework
- Update Windows Drivers
- Reinstall the Software
1. Run a System File Checker Scan
- Open the Win + X menu with the Win + X hotkey.
- Click Command Prompt (Admin) to open an elevated Command Prompt.
- First, input DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth and press Enter.
- That will repair the .wim store for the System File Checker if required.
- Then you can enter ‘sfc /scannow’ in the Command Prompt, and press the Return key.
- Expect the scan to take about half an hour. Restart Windows if the scan repairs system files.
System File Checker is a Windows utility that scans for corrupted WRP system files and repairs them.
2. Scan the Registry
The Event ID 1000 error might also be due to corrupt registry entries. So a registry scan with reputable registry cleaner software might also fix the issue.
- To add the freeware CCleaner to Windows, click the Download button on this webpage.
- Then open the software’s setup wizard to install CCleaner.
- Open CCleaner and click Registry on the software’s window.
- Select all the registry checkboxes, and press the Scan for Issues button.
- Next, select the Fix selected Issues option.
- You can also select Yes to back up the registry beforehand, but you probably won’t need the backup.
- Then click Fix All Selected Issues to fix the registry.
3. Clean Boot Windows
- Press the Windows key + R hotkey to open the Run accessory.
- Then you can input msconfig in Run to open the System Configuration window below.
- Select the Selective startup option on the General tab.
- Select both the Load system services and Use original boot configuration options.
- Deselect the Load startup items check box.
- Then select the Services tab shown in the snapshot directly below.
- Click the Hide all Microsoft services option.
- Press the Disable all button.
- Then press the Apply > OK buttons.
- Press the Restart button to reboot Windows.
Software conflicts can often crash programs. So, a clean boot might help fix the Event ID 1000 error in Windows. That boots Windows with minimal startup software and drivers.
If you want to know how to add or remove startup apps on Windows 10, check out this simple guide. Most users don’t know what to do when the Windows key stops working. Read this useful guide and always be a step ahead.
FAQ: Learn more about the Event 1000 error
- How do I know what is causing the Event 1000 error?
Like many other errors, one way to fix the Event 1000 error is to view the event logs and start your troubleshooting from there.
- How do I fix the Event 1000 error?
One good way to avoid such errors is to keep your PC in tip-top shape. One good way of doing this is by using a dedicated PC optimization tool like the ones listed in this detailed guide.
- What type of issue is the Event 1000 error?
The Event 1000 error is the type of message that you would receive when an application running in Windows 10 would suddenly crash. If this is a frequent issue for you, check out this article for further information.