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There is no error message on the interface: You may receive the error message "No such interface supported" when you try to use any services associated with explorer.exe, for example when you click the Right-click on the desktop and select Personalize. Additionally, users report that when they try to navigate in Windows, for example when opening Display Properties or using my computer, they face a similar error saying: 'Explorer.exe - This interface is not supported. To resolve this problem, use one of the methods listed below.

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There is no error message on the interface

Method 1: Run CCleaner and Malwarebytes

1.Download and install CCleaner and Malwarebytes.

2. Launch Malwarebytes and let it scan your system for harmful files.

3.If malware is found, it will automatically remove it.

4.Now run CCleaner and in the "Cleaner" section, in the Windows tab, we suggest that you check the following selections to be cleaned:

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5.Once you make sure the correct points are checked, simply click Run Cleaner, and let CCleaner run its course.

6.To clean your system, select the Registry tab and make sure the following is checked:

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7.Select Scan by problem and allow CCleaner to scan it, then click Fix selected problems.

8.When CCleaner asks "Do you want to backup the registry changes?" select Yes.

9.Once your backup is complete, select Fix all selected issues.

10.Restart your PC.

Method 2: Reregister a Specific DLL

1. Type cmd in the Windows search bar, then right-click and select Run as Administrator.

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2. Type the following at the elevated command prompt and press Enter:

regsvr32 c: n-windows system32N-actxprxy.dll

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3.Wait for the process to complete and restart your PC.

After the system reboots, check if you can fix the No such interface supported error message, if not then proceed to the next method.

Method 3: Reregister the DLLs

Make sure to create a restore point, in case something goes wrong.

Note: Before trying, make sure to run a full virus scan of your system. Also, it is recommended to run CCleaner and Malwarebytes mentioned in method 1 before re-registering the DLL files.

1.Press Windows key + Q, then type cmd and right-click and select Run as Administrator.

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2.Now type the following command in cmd and hit enter:

PARA / RC: %G EN (* .dll) DO "%systemroot%system32regsvr32.exe" / s "%G"

Note: The above command will take several minutes (up to an hour in some cases) to complete. There will be several C + Runtime errors that will appear, so close all the boxes that appear except for the CMD ones. You may experience a system slowdown, but that's normal considering this process requires a lot of memory.

3.Once the above process is completed, restart your PC to save the changes.

Method 4: Clear Folder, Menu Settings, Thumbnails, and Icon Caches

1.Type cmd in Windows search and right-click and select Run as Administrator.

2. Now type the following command and hit enter after each one:

a) reg borrar «HKCUSoftwareClasesNconfiguración localN-SoftwareN-MicrosoftNWindowsN-Shell» /f b) Registre la eliminación de «HKCU Software Microsoft Windows Current Version Explorer Streams» /f c) Registre la eliminación de «HKCU Software Microsoft Windows Current Version Explorer StuckRects 2» /f d) Registre la eliminación de «HKCU Software Microsoft Windows Current Version Explorer Menu Order» /f e) attrib -r -s -h «%perfil de usuario%Datos de aplicaciónNlocal.db» f) del «%perfil de usuario%Naplicacion de datosNlocales.db»

3.Close the cmd and restart your PC to save the changes.

Method 5: Perform System Restore

If nothing works so far, then you could try restoring your system to an earlier time when your system was working properly. System Restore was able to fix no such interface supported error message in some cases.

Method 6: Repair Install Windows 10

When you have tried everything, Repair Install Windows 10 is the last method that would definitely fix this problem without modifying or deleting any user data.

That's all you have successfully fixed. There is no interface-compatible error message, but if you still have any questions regarding this post, feel free to ask in the comment section.