SOLVED! “Session “SceSetup” Failed To Start With The Following Error: 0xc0000035” How?

Considering the role of the Internet in the modern age, it’s natural for web browsers to become indispensable apps on computers. For most of the time, Windows users could access the Internet at will by taking advantage of web browsers. Nonetheless, it’s not uncommon for web browsers to act up all of a sudden. Read to the end if you keep seeing the “session “SceSetup” failed to start with the following error: 0xc0000035″ message while launching your web browser. 

What Might Have Gone Wrong


As you visit websites, you should come across pop-up messages requesting you to accept cookies from time to time. In case you don’t know, cookies contain trackers that track the visitors to the site. However, in the course of operation, your web browser could collect less than stable cookies that mess up its operations. 


To put it plainly, out-of-date drivers can cause errors and error 0xc0000035 is a prime example. On the bright side, if the obsolescence of drivers is responsible, there is no need to do much. 


If you keep getting the “session “SceSetup” failed to start with the following error: 0xc0000035″ message, give your BIOS some thought. For your information, old BIOS versions usually have difficulty supporting the latest browser which results in malfunctions. 

Actions To Take

Reset Browser

Resetting your browser is an easy way to deal with a wide range of errors. For ease of convenience, let’s say Internet Explorer is your default browser. Go through the steps down below to reset IE:

  • Step 1: Press Windows + R, type ‘inetcpl.cpl’ and hit Enter.
  • Step 3: In Internet Options, go to ‘Advanced’ and pick Reset.
  • Step 4: Select Apply, choose Ok and see how things turn out.

Update Drivers

  • Step 1: Right-click the Windows icon and select ‘Device Manager.’
  • Step 2: Expand Display Adapter, right-click your adapter and hit ‘Update Drivers’
  • Step 3: Once the update completes, restart your PC

Turn Windows Feature On And Off

  • Step 1: Press Windows + R, type ‘ control panel’ and click Ok.
  • Step 2: Select Programs and choose Programs and features
  • Step 3: Look to the left, locate Turn Windows feature on and off and click it.
  • Step 4: Uncheck the checkbox next to Internet Explorer.
  • Step 5: Restart your device.
  • Step 6: Repeat the process but now check the checkbox of Internet Explorer.

Can I Prevent Tracking Cookies On My Computer?

Yes, you can. Nearly all web browsers allow you to block trackers in cookies via settings. 

Why Do Websites Have Trackers?

Trackers allow website owners to see how their websites perform. Cookies collect data and data helps website owners optimize their content. Via cookies, website owners could analyze visitors’ behavior, what they are interested in, and what they tend to click as they surf the Internet.

If I Ignore Errors, Will They Eventually Go Away?

Sometimes, they will. Sometimes, they won’t. Regardless, the best approach to errors is to take care of the root cause at the earliest opportunity. 


  • Set your browser to delete cookies as soon as you exit websites. By doing so, you could stop sites from being able to track your visits or place any cookies on your computer. The option can usually be found in the “Privacy” or “Security” settings.
  • Use a private DNS service to evade trackers. Using a private DNS service can also help protect you from cyber attacks as your traffic will be encrypted and become less susceptible to being hijacked.
  • To restore the tabs that you accidentally closed, press ctrl + shift + T keys.
  • If you want to access your favorite website that has gone offline, paste the link to
  • Wish to quickly highlight your URL? Press the ctrl + L keys. This will select the text in the address bar, allowing you to quickly copy and paste the URL.
  • Convert your browser into a notepad using this code data:text/html, <html contenteditable>. That will allow you to take notes and stay organized while browsing.
  • To cycle between tabs, press Alt + Tab (Moves one tab to the right) and ctrl + shift +Tab (moves one tab to the left). You can also use the mouse to click the tab you want to switch to. To move a window to a different tab, first click on the window you want to move. Next, press Alt + Tab (Moves one tab to the right) and ctrl + shift + Tab (moves one tab to the left). 
  • If you’ve ever tried to search for an image online, you know it can be a frustrating experience. Often, you can’t remember where you found an image or what the file name is, making it difficult to locate again. Fortunately, Google has a tool that can help: reverse image search. Take advantage of reverse image search in Google to look for sources of images you can’t remember.
  • Delete cache by pressing ctrl + shift + R. Cache is important because it can speed up the loading of pages. Still, deleting cache clear out outdated data and improve the speed and performance of your web browser.

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