Sometimes, you might face a Server Execution Failed error message on your Windows 10 – Media Player & Zoom. This happens mainly due to old or outdated hardware and drivers. Another possible cause could be a virus. If a virus corrupts your registry files, you could face this type of error. So, it is better to scan your computer and remove the virus. If it does not work, there is a possibility that the file might be corrupted due to incomplete download or transfer. So, make sure that your download or transfer is complete without interruptions. Follow the instructions given here if any of these solutions don’t fix it.

Restarting service from the system.

  • Open the Run command box using the Windows + R keys. Input services.msc in the field and click OK.
  • Find Windows Media Player Network Sharing Service from the list. Right-click and select Properties on the pop-up.
  • Click the drop-down menu opposite to Startup type. Choose the Disabled option.
  • Select the Apply button to save changes and then click OK.
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Try editing the Registry

  • Launch Run --> type cmd and press Enter. Press Ctrl + Shift + Enter within the command prompt to run as admin.
  • Execute the commands below one by one:
  • regsvr32 jscript.dll
  • regsvr32 vbscript.dll

After executing the above commands, reboot your PC. It should be fixed by now, else try the other method.

Troubleshooting using Windows Store Apps

  • Launch the START menu and click the Gear icon.
  • Go to the Update & Security option.
  • Click Troubleshoot --> Windows Store Apps --> Run the Troubleshooter.
  • Now, you will have two options, Reset an app or click Next.
  • Once the troubleshooting is done, restart the system.

Try all these methods one after the other to fix the Server Execution Failed problem on your Windows 10 computer. Any of the methods should definitely work for you. For better understanding, we have made the instructions straightforward.