Python subprocess error win 10
Havalda Andrew wrote:
> Dear Python team,
> I have encountered a problem with Python 3.6 version, when I open IDLE it
> sais: "Subprocess startup error". I attached a photo of it.
This is a text-only list, so we will not be able to see any pictures.
> And after I
> click "Ok" it closes. I can not even use IDEs either. (I can not run a
> single print statement...)
> I am using Windows 10 on a Dell laptop.( It is quite embarrassing that I
> have recently bought this laptop for my python engineering work.)
> I tried to reinstall Python and to use the 64-bit and the 32-bit version
> too. Neither of them worked. I also googled my problem but none of those
> solutions helped me.
> I would be grateful if you would help me solve this embarrassing problem.
> I look forward to hearing from you as soon as possible.
Does the error message look like this?
"Subprocess Startup Error",
"IDLE's subprocess didn't make connection. Either IDLE can't "
"start a subprocess or personal firewall software is blocking "
Then try starting idle from the command line with the -n option. If it
starts there may indeed be a firewall that you have to reconfigure.
(If it still doesn't start there may be a module written by yourself hiding
a necessary part of the standard library -- but first check for the