Adding to the problem I do believe that I have solved just now (windows.cmd.exe popping up randomly), a new problem just came up. Not long after I had downloaded Procmon (Process Monitor) and did some procedures for the windows.cmd.exe problem (which wasn't much of a problem, really, but now this one is BIG), this came up. My language bar (docked in my taskbar) went missing. At least I believe it to be so, I do not think Procmon is the reason for this. I had already done some procedures including the Registry Editor hack and also looked into multiple setting choices, and even did a full virus (McAfee) and SFC scan to bring my language bar back. I've also done the keyboard troubleshooter (no idea whether it helps though) and also have not downloaded any other third-party apps recently, according to my knowledge. It was there for quite a long period of time already, and it's gone, poof, just like that. Any idea how to fix this? Does it have anything to the new update I just downloaded, by any chance? I'm in pretty urgent need of it, hope to get a solution as soon as possible.
Cleanboot can exclude the impact of any other third-party software and services.
From the screenshot of SFC scan, there is no system problem.
Thanks a lot for helping me look into this. I've done a clean boot before, but have no idea what it does. I'm probably mistaken with the properties of a clean boot, please enlighten me. Just did a clean boot successfully (at least I think it is), but the language bar hasn't come up. Is there anything else I can do?
The language pack has been installed, but the issue persists. Worse, my touchpad (two-finger scrolling) isn't working now. This issue (touchpad problem) has happened before. My computer's brand is HP, and it has only been used not more than a year, with Windows 10.
Can you create a new account to login to the PC and see if the language bar will come up?
If the issue persists, is it convenient for you to take a screenshot of the taskbar?
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