Solved: How do I fix “emerging issue 67758” in Windows 10?

Problem: Sometimes Universal apps failed to run properly on Windows 10. Users reported that emerging issue 67758 causing Universal apps from running.

The troubleshooter is unable to repair emerging issue 67758 which causing problems with windows update, opening windows settings, and apps. Due to emerging issue 67758, Windows 10 is unable to open and modify the Windows settings.

The detailed error message as below:

Fix or work around an emerging issue
Fix or work around emerging issue 67758
This is a new issue and we’re investigating permanent solutions, but you don’t to wait. This troubleshooter will find and fix the issue described at the link below. Not sure if it applies to you? Don’t worry, we’ll make sure it does before making any changes to your PC.

Fix or work around an emerging issue
Troubleshoot and help prevent computer problems
Fix or work around an emerging issue
Use this fix until a permanent solution is available

Follow the below solution steps to resolve “emerging issue 67758” in Windows 10.

Content Summary

Solution 1: Microsoft Troubleshooter
Solution 2: Execute SFC and DISM
Solution 3: Windows PowerShell to fix Emerging Issue 67758
Solution 4: Launch Settings using Keyboard
Solution 5: Install the latest Windows Update
Solution 6: Login using another New Administrator User Account

Solution 1: Microsoft Troubleshooter

Microsoft released a troubleshooter that addresses the emerging issues. To fix this problem, find and download the troubleshooter for Emerging issue 67758 and execute it.

Step 1: Download CSSEmerg67758.

Step 2: Right-click on the downloaded file and select Run as Adminstrator.

Step 3: Click on the Next button, it will take you to a screen that will say Fix or work around emerging issue 67758.

Step 4: Click on the Next button again. Microsoft Troubleshooter will start to scan your system and identify if this applies to your system and if any issues are found, it will report so and will offer to fix them. If none are found, it will report regarding issue not present.

Solution 2: Execute SFC and DISM

Emerging issue 67758 can occur if Windows 10 installation is corrupted, you can fix it by executing SFC and DISM command:

Step 1: Press Windows + X and choose Command Prompt (Admin) from the menu to start Command Prompt as administrator.

Press Windows + X and choose Command Prompt (Admin) from the menu to start Command Prompt as administrator.

Step 2: Enter sfc /scannow and press Enter. Wait for the process to complete.

Enter sfc /scannow and press Enter.

Step 3: Enter dism/online/cleanup-image/restorehealth and press Enter. Wait for the process to finish.

Enter dism/online/cleanup-image/restorehealth and press Enter.

Step 4: Restart your PC.

Solution 3: Windows PowerShell to fix Emerging Issue 67758

Step 1: Press Windows + S and enter PowerShell. Right-click PowerShell from the list of results and choose Run as administrator.

Press Windows + S and enter PowerShell. Right-click PowerShell from the list of results and choose Run as administrator.
Press Windows + S and enter PowerShell. Right-click PowerShell from the list of results and choose Run as administrator.

Step 2: Enter Get-AppXPackage -AllUsers | Foreach {Add-AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode -Register “$($_.InstallLocation)AppXManifest.xml”} and press Enter to run it.

Enter Get-AppXPackage -AllUsers | Foreach {Add-AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode -Register “$($_.InstallLocation)AppXManifest.xml”} and press Enter to run it.
Enter Get-AppXPackage -AllUsers | Foreach {Add-AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode -Register “$($_.InstallLocation)AppXManifest.xml”} and press Enter to run it.

Step 3: Wait for the command to complete, and then close PowerShell.

Step 4: Check if the issue is resolved.

Solution 4: Launch Settings using Keyboard

Try to use Windows + I key to open Windows Settings App.

Solution 5: Install the latest Windows Update

Install the latest Windows updates after running the troubleshooter.

Solution 6: Login using another New Administrator User Account

Log in using another administrator account if you are unable to open Windows Settings App on Windows 10.

Step 1: Click Start and type lusrmgr.msc to open Microsoft Common Console Document.

Step 2: Select Users and right-click it then choose to Add new user.

Select Users and right-click it then choose to Add new user.
Select Users and right-click it then choose to Add new user.

Step 3: After created the new administrator user account, press Ctrl + Alt + Del and select Sign out to sign out of the current user account.

Step 4: Sign in with the new administrator user account.