Reasons for Disabled Setup in HP ENVY® 15 Beats
Know possible reasons for disabled setup in HP ENVY 15 Beats
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The possible reasons for setup configuration being disabled in HP ENVY 15 Beats and tips to resolve are:
- Virus attack
- Missing files
- Missing MSConfig.exe keys
One of the most common reasons for the setup configuration being disabled is virus attack. Some specific viruses exhibit themselves by disabling the ‘MSConfig’ and the Task Manager. In such cases installing a good antivirus software will solve the problem. Regular update of the software too is very important. Installing a good Firewall also helps to keep malicious software from entering the system.
Missing the MSConfig.exe is another cause for the utility being disabled in your HP Envy beats. The files may get deleted by mistake or may be removed when you try to do some software process. In such situations it is better to reinstall the operating system as it corrects the problem.
Situations can arise where MSConfig does not work but if you search for the utility using the Windows search it will find two files. This indicates that the .exe files are indeed there in your system, and can mean only one thing that the key is missing. The key files contain information on where certain executables are and how they are run. This can be corrected by adding a key called MSconfig.exe and changing the value of default to “C:WINDOWSPCHealthHelpCtrBinariesMSConfig.exe”.