You may encounter, SystemSettings.ViewModel.SettingEntry error while launching the Settings application in Windows 10 and NetworkUX.ViewModel.SettingEntry while connecting to WiFi. They may look like some of the most complex errors, solving them is not that complex. You just need to follow the given solutions and you will be able to rectify these errors.
Before you begin, you should know that errors are usually faced on Insider Builds, and so in case you are on an Insider Build you need to move to a Stable version, or report this to the Insider Feedback Hub and then wait for them to release the next bits. If you are facing this issue on a stable version, perhaps these suggestions may help.
These are some of the things you can do to fix SystemSettings.ViewModel.SettingEntry error:
1] Update your Windows 10
Microsoft has fixed SystemSettings.ViewModel.SettingEntry error with Windows 10 15019 Build. So, if you haven’t updated your OS in a while then try updating your Windows 10 to fix the issue.
To do that, launch Settings by Win + I and click Update & Security > Check for updates.
Now, download and install the update, hopefully, SystemSettings.ViewModel.SettingEntry error could be be fixed.
2] Check System Files
If updating didn’t fix your issue then the problem is because of a corrupted system file. Therefore, we need to run sfc /scannow command to fix the issue.
To do that, launch Command Prompt as an admin from the Start Menu, type the following command, and hit Enter.
This will help fix all the system file errors.
You may encounter this error while connecting to WiFi. These are some of the solutions you can do to fix NetworkUX.ViewModel.SettingEntry error.
1] Disable Microsoft Windows Based Script Host
One of the suggested solutions to fix this issue is to disable the Microsoft Windows Based Script Host.
Now, check if the issue persists, hopefully, it will be eliminated. If it did not help, yu may reverse the changes.
2] Reinstall 802.11n Network Driver
A corrupted driver can be responsible for this issue, therefore, to fix such errors, we need to reinstall the 802.11n Network driver.
- To do that, launch Device Manager
- Expand Network Adapter
- Right-click Wireless LAN 802.11n (or Broadband 802.11n Network Adapter)
- Select Uninstall.
After uninstalling the driver, we need to reinstall it.
To do that, right-click on Network Adapter from Device Manager and select Scan for hardware changes.
Hopefully, these solutions will fix such errors.