Want to try out an Android app on your Windows computer but Bluestacks is stuck on error? This guide shall cover some methods to get rid of this problem with ease.
Normally, users reported this error “Bluestacks engine won’t start” when trying to update the software to the newer version. However, this is not the only cause as some reported that Windows update also resulted in
Fix # 1: Enable Virtualization
This method has proved out to be very effective for a lot of users that resolves
Steps to enable virtualization varies from system to
General steps to enable virtualization (for intel processor) are as below:
- Download Intel Processor Identification utility and install it.
- After installation, launch this utility and click on CPU Technologies tab.
- There, search for Intel Virtualization Technology. If you see Yes there then it means that your processor supports this tech.
- Simply enable it and then restart your computer.
Fix # 2: Uninstall Bluestacks
If the problem persists even after enabling virtualization, then worry not as there is still a solution. All you need now is to uninstall Bluestacks and then re-install it again.
These two methods have proved to be most effective when it comes to fixing Bluestacks engine won’t start error.