Anki suddenly stopped opening

Some days ago, Anki on my Windows 10 suddenly stopped opening. I tried some commands I found on internet to force programs opening, but nothing works. Afterwards I found out the Anki FAQs and followed the guideline of the subsection When Anki doesn’t start on Windows (debugging steps) (https://faqs.ankiweb.net/when-anki-does-not-start-on-windows-debugging-steps.html#when-anki-doesnt-start-on-windows-debugging-steps). The cmd code “cd \program files\anki & anki-console” made Anki open, but it is not opening normally with the icon yet. These are the lines of the debugging code bellow:

C:\Windows\system32>cd \program files\anki & anki-console
[9900] PyInstaller Bootloader 3.x
[9900] LOADER: executable is C:\Program Files\Anki\anki-console.exe
[9900] LOADER: homepath is C:\Program Files\Anki
[9900] LOADER: _MEIPASS2 is NULL
[9900] LOADER: archivename is C:\Program Files\Anki\anki-console.exe
[9900] LOADER: C:\Program Files\Anki\anki-console.exe contains a digital signature
[9900] LOADER: No need to extract files to run; setting extractionpath to homepath
[9900] LOADER: SetDllDirectory(C:\Program Files\Anki)
[9900] LOADER: Already in the child - running user’s code.
[9900] LOADER: Python library: C:\Program Files\Anki\python38.dll
[9900] LOADER: Loaded functions from Python library.
[9900] LOADER: Manipulating environment (sys.path, sys.prefix)
[9900] LOADER: sys.prefix is C:\Program Files\Anki
[9900] LOADER: Pre-init sys.path is C:\Program Files\Anki\base_library.zip;C:\Program Files\Anki
[9900] LOADER: Setting runtime options
[9900] LOADER: Initializing python
[9900] LOADER: Overriding Python’s sys.path
[9900] LOADER: Post-init sys.path is C:\Program Files\Anki\base_library.zip;C:\Program Files\Anki
[9900] LOADER: Setting sys.argv
[9900] LOADER: setting sys._MEIPASS
[9900] LOADER: importing modules from CArchive
[9900] LOADER: extracted struct
[9900] LOADER: callfunction returned…
[9900] LOADER: extracted pyimod01_os_path
[9900] LOADER: callfunction returned…
[9900] LOADER: extracted pyimod02_archive
[9900] LOADER: callfunction returned…
[9900] LOADER: extracted pyimod03_importers
[9900] LOADER: callfunction returned…
[9900] LOADER: Installing PYZ archive with Python modules.
[9900] LOADER: PYZ archive: PYZ-00.pyz
[9900] LOADER: Running pyiboot01_bootstrap.py
[9900] LOADER: Running pyi_rth_multiprocessing.py
[9900] LOADER: Running pyi_rth_win32comgenpy.py
[9900] LOADER: Running pyi_rth_certifi.py
[9900] LOADER: Running pyi_rth_pyqt5.py
[9900] LOADER: Running pyi_rth_pkgres.py
[9900] LOADER: Running pyi_rth_pyqt5webengine.py
[9900] LOADER: Running runanki.py
mpv too old for key rebinding
conf key heatmap should be fetched with col.get_config(), and saved with col.set_config()
conf key heatmap should be fetched with col.get_config(), and saved with col.set_config()
named arguments in queries will go away in the future:
SELECT
STRFTIME(’%s’, ‘now’, ‘localtime’, ‘start of day’) + (due - :today) * 86400
AS day, -COUNT() – negative to support heatmap legend
FROM cards
WHERE did IN (1594040478491,1) AND queue IN (2,3)
AND day >= 1596844800
GROUP BY day ORDER BY day
named arguments in queries will go away in the future:
SELECT
STRFTIME(’%s’, ‘now’, ‘localtime’, ‘start of day’) + (due - :today) * 86400
AS day, -COUNT() – negative to support heatmap legend
FROM cards
WHERE did IN (1,1594040478491) AND queue IN (2,3)
AND day >= 1596844800
GROUP BY day ORDER BY day
named arguments in queries will go away in the future:
SELECT
STRFTIME(’%s’, ‘now’, ‘localtime’, ‘start of day’) + (due - :today) * 86400
AS day, -COUNT() – negative to support heatmap legend
FROM cards
WHERE did IN (1594040478491,1) AND queue IN (2,3)
AND day >= 1596844800
GROUP BY day ORDER BY day
[9900] LOADER: OK.
[9900] LOADER: Cleaning up Python interpreter.

Can someone help me solving this problem?

See Windows update broke Anki

As commented in this other topic, uninstalling the 64 bits version and installing the 32 bits one solved my problem! Now Anki is working normally.

Thanks a lot!

SOLVED: It is indeed the addons. I renamed my Anki2 folder in AppData and got Anki to launch. I saved my addon folders in a zip folder and recreated the issue by replacing them all.

I will play around and figure out which ones cause the issue. I have a ton of them and have done some amateur file tweaking to them as well, so I foresaw this eventually causing problems.