If you are watching 'Extended attributes are an inconsistent problem'When trying to access the CMD window on the computer, there may be a user problem on the computer. You will not be able to access any administrative applications (such as - Agenda, Command Prompt (admin), PowerShell (admin)) on your device. Follow these solutions to fix the problem on your computer.
Solution 1: Set up group membership using user accounts
The most important solution to this problem is to correctly configure group membership.
1. First, press the button Windows key With 'R'key.
2. To access the User Accounts file, type this code and press Log in.
3. When the User Accounts file prevail on your computer, then you will click on your account.
4. Next, click on “Property".
5. Then go to "Group membershipEyelash ".
6. Then, select the radio button next to "Other:"option.
7. Next, click on the drop-down option.
8. Then click on "Directors".
9. Finally, click on "To apply". Then click on "okTo save him.
If you have multiple accounts on your computer, you need to set up all your accounts in the same group (eg Administrators). To do this, follow these steps ~
1. Access the User Accounts file in the same way we commented on earlier.
2. This time choose the second account from the list. Then click on "Property".
3. Go to “Group membershipEyelash ".
4. Check the box "Other:"option. Then select "Directors“From the drop down menu.
5. Save it by clicking on “To apply"TO"ok".
Restart the device and try to access any utility such as CMD with administrative access or PowerShell (administrator).
Solution 2: Disable the Windows UAC sound
Sometimes this problem is caused by various audio codecs blocking access to UAC. Disabling the UAC file on your computer may fix the problem.
1. What you need to do in the beginning is to press Tasto Windows + R.
2. When the run file terminal opens, type this code. Click on "ok“To access Utility sounds.
3. When the Sound file tab appears, go to "SoundsEyelash ".
4. Then scroll down to "Windows User Account Control".
5. Then under 'Sounds:' in the lower right corner, click on the drop-down menu.
6. Then click on "None".
7. Then click on "To apply"TO"ok".
Check if it works.
Solution 3: set User Account Control settings to "Never notify"
As we have commented UAC can cause this problem.
1. Close “User Accounts".
2. Next, click on “Change the control parameters of your user account".
3. Simply slide the slider towards "Never warn".
4. Click on 'ok“To save this change.
Restart your computer to save this change.
Fix 4 - Clean up device startup and check
A clean boot of your device can work.
1. Close “System configuration".
2. Then click on "System configuration".
3. Just click on "general“Tab to get there.
4. Next, select the radio button next to "Selective start"option.
5. Simply, check the box next to "Charging system services.
6. Now click on "ServicesEyelash ".
7. Hence, click on the "Hide all Microsoft services“Ability to hide these services.
8. Once done, click on “Disable everything".
8. Serial fare clic su “To apply"TO"ok".
Restart your computer.
Fix 5: run SFC and DISM scan
If this problem occurs due to system file corruption, running the SFC and DISM scan should work for you.
1. Press Tasto Windows + S. Then write "Symbol of the system".
2. Simply press "Log in'from the keyboard.
3. When the System Symbol file appears in the window, type this code and press Log in to run a System File Checker (SFC) scan.
sfc / scannow
4. To perform a dec analysis, type this code and press Log in.
Dism / Online / Cleanup Image / RestoreHealth
Once the two scans are completed, start again your device.
Check if the error reoccurs or not.