No Such Interface Supported Error on Windows 11: Fixed

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Do your XML files show with a PDF icon? Do you get the no such interface supported error on Windows 11 while opening some files? This guide will walk you through this error and introduce you to the most effective solutions.

This problem is not limited to XML but may happen with all other file formats. Many users may encounter this error for the first time after updating their computer. You may try the following solutions.

1. Repair the Dependent App

If you are trying to open a picture, for example, with the Paint app, and you get the no such interface supported error, it may be a sign of app corruption. You should be able to repair Microsoft apps from the Settings. We show you using paint as an example.

1. Press Windows + I to open the Settings app.

2. Click on Apps on the left pane, then on the right, click Installed Apps.

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3. Scroll down to the problematic, in the case, Paint; click its ellipses (the three dots), and click Advanced options.

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4. Scroll down to the Reset section and click Repair.

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2. Update Microsoft Store Apps

This solution will work if it is a Microsoft Store app. If it is not, you would have to use its in-app update option if it is available. An app update will be effective if it has compatibility issues with your device.

1. Click the magnifying lens on your Taskbar, type store, and click Microsoft Store.

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2. Click the Library icon on the lower left pane, then click Update all on the top right.

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3. Once the update is complete, restart your computer and verify the no such interface supported error on Windows 11 is fixed.

3. Roll Back Windows Update

many users have complained that they ran into the no such interface supported error after a Windows 11 update. While updates are recommended, there are a few exceptions where they come with bugs. If this is the case, uninstalling the update will address the problem.

1. Press Windows + I to open the Settings app.

2. Click Windows Update on the lower left pane, then click Update History on the right.

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3. Scroll down and click Uninstall updates.

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4. Click the Uninstall option next to your latest update and follow the instructions to complete the process.

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4. Re-register DLL Files

Dynamic Link Libraries are files with functions, data, and resources that multiple programs may share at different times. You will run into the no such interface supported Windows 11 error when they are corrupted. You may re-register a specific DLL if you know which is problematic, but to be safe, you may use the steps below to re-register all DLL files in your C drive.

1. Press Windows + R to open the Run dialog.

2. Type cmd and hit the Ctrl + Shift + Enter Keys.

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3. Type the command below and hit Enter.

FOR /R C:\ %G IN (*.dll) DO "%systemroot%\system32\regsvr32.exe" /s "%G"

4. After the command executes, restart the computer.

5. Run the DISM and SFC Scans

Image and system file corruption is a common reason for the no such interface supported Windows 11 error. Windows 11 comes with the DISM and SFC scans, two built-in tools that may repair or replace corrupted files.

1. Press Windows + R to open the Run dialog.

2. Type cmd and hit the Ctrl + Shift + Enter Keys.

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3. Type the commands below, hitting after each one to scan and fix image corruption.

DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /CheckHealth
DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth

4. Run the command below to trigger an SFC scan, then restart your computer when the scan is complete.

sfc /scannow

6. Create a New User Profile

Corruption of the current user may be the cause of the application error. You may try logging in with a different user. If you do not have a different account, you may create one by following the steps below.

1. Press Windows + I to open the Settings App.

2. Click Accounts on the left pane, then on the right, click Other users.

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3. Click the Add account button.

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4. Click ‘I don’t have this person’s sign-in information.’

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5. Select ‘Add user without a Microsoft account.’

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6. Fill out the form with your desired username and password, then click next.

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7. Click the ‘Change account type’ button for the newly created account.

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8. Select Administrator and click OK.

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Open all File Formats Without Hitch

That will be it for this guide. As you can see, this problem is mainly a sign of corruption. Feel free to try whatever solutions you feel are the most applicable.

You may also try restoring your computer, but this will work only if you have created a restore point. Please remember to leave us a comment telling us what worked.

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