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Steps to re-create Task Scheduler
a. Click on Start; in the start search type regedit.exe and press Enter.
If you get a consent prompt, click on Yes.
b. Browse through the following location.
HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\Current Version\Schedule key and then delete its subkeys.
c. Save the changes and then exit out of the registry editor.
Now check if Task Scheduler works.
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