The snap-ins may not be installed correctly “in Windows 7/8/10. If you aren’t familiar with MMC, keep in mind that the Microsoft Management Console (MMC) is a feature available in Windows that allows you to manage snap-in on the go. Snap-ins are nothing but a primary component of a console.

We have seen many forums with MMC, so we cannot generate Snap-in questions in Windows.

MMC Không thể Tạo Snap-in Windows 10 / Xp / 8

There are many other snap-ins available in Windows 8 or later: Event Viewer, Services, Group Policy Editor, Task Scheduler, which may come up in a situation where some snap-ins may not work correctly. Due to The Windows driver is damaged, and the file is damaged. If a snap-in’s registry configuration is corrupted, initializing the snap-in will fail. In this case, you will get this error.

MMC cannot create snap-ins. Recovery may not be installed correctly.

How to fix MMC Cannot Create Snap-in

The Microsoft Management Console provides a graphical user interface (GUI) and a programming framework, released as part of the Windows 98 Resource Kit, using a multi-document interface (MDI) in an actual activity environment. At times, there may be a possibility of a situation where some snap-ins may not work correctly. In particular, if a snap-in’s registry configuration is corrupted, snap-in initialization will fail.

Method 1: Turn on Microsoft .Net Framework

  • Open Control panel > Click programs > select Turn Windows features on or off in Programs and Features.
  • Now select Microsoft .Net Framework 3.5.
  • Expand each component and check the parts you want to enable.
  • Restart the computer and check if the problem is fixed

Method 2: Repair MMC Registry Cannot Create Snap-in

  • Open Run and type regedit to open Registry Editor.
  • Navigate to the following key:
  • Inside SnapIns looks for the error number specified in CLSID.MMC-Could-Not-Create-The-Snap-in
  • After navigating to the following key, right-click on FX: {b05566ad-fe9c-4363-be05-7a4cbb7cb510} and choose Export .
  • Back up the registry key to the .reg file.
  • Right-click on the same key, and this time, choose Delete.
  • Select Yes to delete the registry key.
  • Close Registry Editor and restart your system.