How to Fix error 0XE06D7363 in Windows

Error 0xe06d7363 is one Windows errors that can be quite confusing. This is mainly due to the various messages it throws up. Some of the messages that you may encounter include, “GetLastError()”, “GetExceptionInformation(), “GetExceptionCode() and “Unable to load DLL SqlSpatial.dll’ Exception from HRESULT 0xe06d7363”.

The occurrence of this error can lead to the crashing of an active Windows or Windows related program, slowing down your computer’s performance significantly. Freezes are also a common symptom that you may see. The error 0xe06d7363 is a run-time error. It happens, when an application that you launch fails to successfully load or encounters a problem while running.

Reasons for Error Code 0xe06d736

Here are the common reasons for the error code

  • Damaged or corrupt registry files
  • Virus or malware infection
  • Incomplete program installation
  • Damaged or outdated system drivers
  • Installed third-party security program
  • Pending program updates
  • Damaged hard disk.

 

DIY Solutions to Fix error 0XE06D7363 in Windows

Solution 1 – Basic Troubleshooting

  1. Download Total System Care and then launch it
  2. Run a full PC scan to get rid of Faulty Registry Entries, System Files or virus/malware
  3. Once the scan is complete, check for any issues found
  4. Click to fix all
  5. Check if the error 0xe06d7363 is now fixed

Solution 2 – Remove Junk Files

  1. Press Win + X and open up the menu
  2. Select ‘Command Prompt’ with Admin option
  3. Click ‘Yes’ and run the Command Prompt as Administrator
  4. Type, ‘cleanmgr’ and hit Enter
  5. Click ‘OK’ for the tool to remove all junk files
  6. Check and see if the error code is now resolved

Solution 3 – Run System File Checker

  1. Click on the Start button and then click on Command Prompt
  2. Click ‘Yes’ if asked permission
  3. Type sfc /scannow and press Enter
  4. Let the process complete and fix any corrupt files
  5. Check and see if the error is resolved

Solution 4 – Install Pending Updates

  1. Click ‘Start’
  2. Type ‘Update’ in the search box and hit ‘Enter’
  3. Find any uninstalled updates on the resultant Windows Update dialogue box
  4. Right click on each of them and update them all
  5. Restart the computer and launch the program just before the error happened
  6. Check if the error is now resolved.

Solution 5: System Restore

  1. Press Win + Q keys
  2. Click on ‘Settings’
  3. Select ‘Recovery’ icon
  4. Select ‘System Restore’
  5. Select the earlier date when the computer worked without issues
  6. The tool should start to run before shutting down and then restarting again
  7. Perform the action that you were doing before the error occurred and check if the error is fixed