windows 10 taskbar wheather icon jumping

MurrayLCD 26 Reputation points

I've noticed by four different clients that the wheather widget starts jumping left and right and then taskbar is blocked.
The problem can be resolved temporary by pressing Ctrl + Esc or restarting Explorer.exe process. But randomly the problem starts again.
I've checked the event viewer and a 1002 event is showed referring to Explorer.exe hang.
I've tried to update to version 22h2 from 21h1 o 21h2 and do sfc /scannow. The problem persists.
There aren't any connection between four pc's, then I believe may be a problem with an update or something else.
I'm looking for recent information about the problem but all I found is too old.

Someone with the same problem????


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  1. MurrayLCD 26 Reputation points

    I've recieved no answer and I haven't found nothing about this problem.
    All I know is that explorer.exe process is guilty.
    The last I tried yesterday is update Windows to 22H2, sfc /scannow and update vga drivers. I don't know if it works. I'll wait for a few days and come back with the results.

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  2. Ivan 11 Reputation points

    Hi @MurrayLCD ,

    I am getting this same behaviour in some of our computers too. Did you get any more info about it?

    Thanks in advance

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  3. Dillon Silzer 49,276 Reputation points

    Hi @MurrayLCD

    The best way is to report this to the Windows 10 team. You can do this through the Feedback Hub. Go to Start Menu > Feedback Hub.



    If this is helpful please accept answer.

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  4. S.Sengupta 13,451 Reputation points MVP

    You can try the following things:

    1. Update your graphic card driver. Visit the support site of the manufacturer to download and install the latest driver,
    2. Do a Clean Boot.
    3. Open CMD window as Admin, run the command below: DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth
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  5. Limitless Technology 43,231 Reputation points

    Hello there,

    When you say there is no connection do you mean physically? Do you have any GPO applied to all the computers it seems the version is not the issue as you have tried updating the device.

    Can you check if you have any application on all the devices which might be the cause for this issue?

    You can use some of the tools to identify the reason for this behavior.
    Process Monitor is an advanced monitoring tool for Windows that shows real-time file system, Registry, and process/thread activity. You can get the tool from here

    System Monitor (Sysmon) is a Windows system service and device driver that, once installed on a system, remains resident across system reboots to monitor and log system activity to the Windows event log. You can get the tool from here


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