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Play Android Games on Your Laptop or Desktop

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My BlueStacks has stuck to 'looking for backup'?

After installing WhatsApp on BlueStacks the screen is only showing tag 'looking for backup' .. and it has been stuck there

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When I open BlueStacks it writes downloading game data and it is not working?

When I open BlueStacks it writes downloading game data and it is not working

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  1. 1
    To fix that problem, uninstall BlueStacks.
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  2. 2
    Reboot your computer.
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  3. 3
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  4. 4
    Install BlueStacks
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    BlueStacks is updated regularly: 3 - 5 times a month.
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  5. 5
    Press the Windows key and type "services".
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  6. 6
    Click "Services".
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  7. 7
    Right-click "Background Intelligent Transfer Service".
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  8. 8
    Select "Properties".
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  9. 9
    Set "Automatic (Delayed Start)" in "Startup type".
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  10. 10
    Click "Start" if the button is highlighted.
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  11. 11
    Repeat steps 7-10 for "Windows Event Log".
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More questions and answers on this topic can be found here: My BlueStacks is stuck with a message of downloading game data in the start up

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Play Android Games on Your Laptop or Desktop

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