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 Disk Management utility is used for managing drives on the system. It enables users to perform advanced storage tasks, like initialization of a new drive. However, at times this useful utility may fail to load on Windows 10 devices. If you are facing the same issue, then read on and check out the solutions mentioned below.

Attempt Repairing Disk Management through the Services Screen

You should pursue these guidelines provided below:

  1. Press the Windows and R buttons simultaneously to launch the Run box.
  2. Thereafter, input ‘services.msc’ in it and select the OK button to launch the Service screen.
  3. You should move down to the ‘Remote Access Connection Manager’ option and click on it.
  4. Select the drop-down menu of Startup type and click on the ‘Disabled’ button.
  5. Later, click on the Apply and then OK buttons at the lower side of the screen.
  6. You have to select the ‘Remote Access Auto Connection Manager’ option and twice click on it in the Services screen.
  7. Go to the ‘Disabled’ option through its Startup type menu of drop-down and select the Apply option.
  8. Move to the option of ‘Virtual Disk’ and launch it.
  9. Navigate to the drop-down menu of Startup type and choose either Automatic or Manual.
  10. Click on the Apply and OK buttons to verify the new settings.
  11. Now, reboot the device.

Run SFC

You should pursue these guidelines provided below:

  1. Launch the Win + X menu.
  2. Then choose the Command Prompt option.
  3. Thereafter, input ‘sfc /scannow’ in it and select the OK button.
  4. After that, SFC will scan the PC.
  5. Once you finish the scan process, proceed to the next step.
  6. Finally, reboot the Windows whether the SFC fixes some files.

Run DISM Scan

You should pursue these guidelines provided below:

  1. Launch the Command Prompt as administrator.
  2. Once the Command Prompt opens, input the command and hit the Enter key: DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth
  3. Now, DISM scan will begin and once the scan process is over, reboot the device.

Keep the PC Updated

You should pursue these guidelines provided below:

  1. Hold the Windows and I simultaneously on the keyboard to invoke the Settings.
  2. Then select the section of ‘Update & Security.’
  3. Finally, select the button of ‘Check for updates’, and if any updates are applicable, download them.

Creating a New User Account

You should pursue these guidelines provided below:

  1. Launch the Settings application and select Accounts.
  2. You should click on the ‘Family & other people’ option through the left menu.
  3. Then reach the right panel and choose the ‘Add someone else to this PC’ option.
  4. Go to the ‘I don’t have this person’s sign-in information’ option.
  5. You have to choose the ‘Add a user without a Microsoft account’ option.
  6. Input the preferred username and hit the Next button.
  7. Follow the on-screen directions.

These were some effective ways to fix the disk management not loading issue on Windows 10.

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