How do I fix 135011?

Alton Alexander
By Alton AlexanderUpdated on June 4th, 2022

The 135011 error code indicates that the Microsoft Excel application on your computer is not responding. This can be caused by a variety of factors, including but not limited to:

-A problem with the Excel application itself

-A problem with the computer's operating system

-A problem with the computer's hardware

-A problem with the computer's network connection

In order to resolve the 135011 error, you will need to troubleshoot each of these potential issues until you identify the root cause.

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1. Check all connections and make sure they are tight

The steps to check all connections and make sure they are tight in order to fix 135011 are as follows:

  1. Disconnect all power and data cables from the computer.
  2. Check the computer's power supply and connections.
  3. Check the computer's motherboard and connections.
  4. Check the computer's processor, memory, and connections.
  5. Check the computer's hard drive and connections.
  6. Check the computer's video card and connections.
  7. Check the computer's ports and connections.
  8. Reconnect the computer's power and data cables, and reboot the computer.

2. Check for any loose or damaged wires

  1. Inspect the wires for any signs of loosening or damage. This includes looking for any fraying, kinks, or exposed wires.
  2. If there are any loose or damaged wires, remove them from the circuit by disconnecting them from the respective connectors.
  3. Replace any loose or damaged wires with new ones. Make sure to connect the wires correctly to the connectors so that the electrical connections are still strong.
  4. Reattach the wires to the connectors and test the circuit to make sure that it is now operational.

3. Check the fuse box and reset any blown fuses

  1. Remove the cover panel under the hood.
  2. Locate and check the fuses for the engine.
  3. If any of the fuses are blown, replace them with new ones.
  4. Reset any blown fuses by pulling the appropriate fuse out, flipping it over, and replacing it.

4. Check the circuit breakers and reset any tripped breakers

  1. Open the breaker panel and locate the circuit breakers that are tripped.
  2. Reset the tripped breakers by turning them off and on.
  3. Inspect the circuit breaker for any damage.
  4. Close the breaker panel and test the circuit.

Still not working? maybe try one of these options:

  1. Check for any loose or damaged outlets
  2. Check for any loose or damaged light fixtures
  3. Check for any loose or damaged switchplates
  4. Check for any loose or damaged outlets
  5. Check for any loose or damaged appliances