The Control Panel provides a graphical interface for managing Windows 10 features.
However, the CMD command within the Control Panel’s Features View options can be used to troubleshoot problems on Windows 10.
The Command Prompt tool resides in the Administrative Tools in the Control Panel.
The Command Prompt tool performs tasks that are similar to the Command Line, including the ability to run scripts, install software, and accomplish other troubleshooting tasks.
The following are some of the best troubleshooting solutions to resolve issues using the Command Prompt tool in the Features View of the Control Panel.
- The CMD command is a built-in Windows tool that allows you to perform several tasks.
- Many users reported that the CMD command stops working due to corrupted files.
Use Command prompt
- Press Windows Key + X to open Power User Menu.
- Choose Command prompt (Admin) or Powershell (Admin) from the menu.
- When Command prompt or PowerShell starts, enter the following command and press Enter: DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth
- If the command returns 0 (zero), it means there are no more problems, and everything is fine.
Disable the Windows firewall
- Press Windows key + R to open Run, type â€ ̃services.msc’, and hit Enter.
- Locate the Windows Defender Firewall service, right-click on it, and select Properties.
- Go to the General tab, and disable the service.
- Now, restart your computer.
Use a third-party software
- The third-party software, for instance, Command prompt, will identify the error code and fix it.
- Download a third-party software, for instance, Powershell Studio.
- Run the software and navigate it through the help section.
- Run the troubleshooter by specifying the error code.
Use Disk Cleanup
Go to Search, type Disk Cleanup, and open its results.
Select the drive you want to clean, and click Ok.
Next, select all the files, and click Ok.
- Close Disk Cleanup and restart your PC.
Run SFC Scan
- SFC Scan is a command that checks for corrupted system files and helps in fixing them.
- To run this command, right-click on the Start menu, select Command prompt (Admin), and then enter sfc/scannow
- Wait for the scan to finish, then restart the computer and see if the “Windows Resource Protection could not perform the requested operation” error message still persists.
- Click Start
- Type cmd in the Search bar
- Right-click on Command prompt
- Select Run as administrator
- Type chkdsk /f /r and press Enter
- Wait for the process to finish