How to Fix Nox Player Stuck at 99% on Starting in Windows 10/8/7

In this tutorial, learn how to fix Nox Player Stuck at 99% on Starting in Windows 10/8/7.

How to Fix Nox Player Stuck at 99% on Starting in Windows 10/8/7

Nox App Player stuck at 99%

Many Nox usrs have reported the Nox App Player stuck at 99% while starting up. First, we would recommend you disable Windows firewall, disable the antivirus on your PC and try again. If the issue stills, you can try the methods below.

Stuck at 0-99% when starting up Nox App Player? Here’s how to fix it

FIX 1: Nox stucks at 0-99% in startup and receive no error message

1. Some AMD CPU may get this due to the affect of amd-v. In order to fix this error, enalbe VT (Virtulization Technology) of your PC.

You may also like: How to enable VT (Virtualization Technology) to get better performance

2. Another possible cause is Graphics Card or it’s driver does not support to launch Nox.

Please download and run this little tool: OpenGLChecker. OpenGLChecker is a fast and smooth program that retrieves relevant information about your OpenGL implementation. If your OpenGL version ≥ 2.0 but still stuck at 99%, then you need to update your Graphics Card driver. If your OpenGL version < 2.0 you need to change your graphics card.

3. If you set your file system to FAT32 it may cause this problem because FAT32 has a limit to the maximum size of each single file. In order to fix this issue, reinstall Nox to a NTFS disc or change your file system to NTFS.

FIX 2: Nox stucks at 99% in startup and then receive this error message: System has problems to start, please try to repair

Note: This method only applies to case of stucking at 99% due to system reasons.

1. Run Nox App Player as administrator (right-click the Nox icon on your desktop and click “Run as administrator”).

2. Download this software called “Windows Repair” from this source.

3. Unzip it to your PC.

4. Run the “Windows repair” software, navigate to “Repairs” tab and then click “Open Repairs“.

Tip: you could choose to back up your registry first if you worry any problem this might cause.

5. When the next window pops up, click “Start Repairs“. If you don’t want to restart your PC after repair, please untick the box as shown below before you start.

VIDEO TUTORIAL: How to Resolve Nox Stuck at 99% Windows 10

Hope something helps you.

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