MOM.Implementation error is an annoying error that keeps showing every time you start your Windows, and if you’re experiencing this error, today we’re going to show you how to resolve it on Windows 10.
How to Fix MOM.Implementation Error Windows 10
MOM.Implementation error is related to AMD graphic cards and Catalyst Control Center, and if you want to fix this error, you might want to try the following solutions.
Solution 1 – Install the latest .NET Framework and Catalyst Control Center
Catalyst Control Center relies on .NET Framework, so if you’re experiencing any issues it’s always a good idea to update your .NET Framework. As for the latest .NET Framework you can download it from here.
In addition, updating your Catalyst Control Center and display drivers is also highly advised. We recommend this driver updater tool to automatically download all the outdated drivers on your PC.
If updating .NET Framework and Catalyst Control Center doesn’t work, uninstall them both and then install them again.
Solution 2 – Disable Catalyst Control Center from Startup
- Open Task Manager. You can open it by pressing Ctrl + Shift + Esc on your keyboard.
- When Task Manager opens go to Startup tab.
- Find Catalyst Control Center and GU Options and disable them.
- Restart your computer and MOM.Implementation error should be gone.
We don’t know how disabling your Catalyst Control Center and GU Options will affect your computer, but if there are changes in performance or any other problems maybe you should enable Catalyst Control Center and GU Options. If you want to enable them, you should know that the process is almost identical, so you’ll be able to do it with ease.
Solution 3 – Download AMD FirePro Control Center
This solution applies to users that are using AMD FirePro display adapter. If you own AMD FirePro device, go to the AMD’s website and download the latest AMD FirePro Control Center. Users have reported that after switching to AMD FirePro Control Center that the MOM.Implementation error was resolved.