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I needed to write this article, which contains some general advice for beginners, as I often receive emails asking for help, to which the answer in most cases involves some basic bug fixes. This article therefore covers some general steps that a Windows user can take to try to repair or repair their Windows 10/8/7 computer.
Windows troubleshooting tips
OK, so something went wrong or something doesn’t work the way you want – and you want to fix it!
Run system restore
The first thing to do is try restoring your Windows computer. To do this, open Start menu > Accessories > System Tools > System Tools > System Restore. Or simply type rstrui.exe in your start search and press Enter.
This opens system recovery. Select a good point in the past where you know you did not have this problem and try to restore your computer by clicking Next > Finish. When Windows has completed the recovery process and restarts, verify that your problem has disappeared.
Run the system file checker
Another way is to run the built-in system file checker. Surprisingly, this tool is not used as often, although it could easily make some of your problems disappear. This tool checks if one of your system files has been replaced, damaged or corrupted and replaces it with good files.
To run the system file check, type cmd in the initial search and in the displayed result, right-click and select Run as administrator. This opens the command prompt with administrator rights.
Enter sfc /scannow and press Enter. Have a coffee or something, as this tool will take some time. He will submit a report at the end of his course. If there are damaged, damaged or missing system files, they are listed. Restart your computer. When you restart, your system files will be replaced by the’good’ ones!
Fixes damage to Windows Image or Component Store
You can use DISM.exe to repair a corrupted Windows image or repair damage to component memory.
Use Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth. This component memory damage check records the damage and corrects the damage using Windows Update.
Remove unwanted programs
Open the Control Panel and check your installed programs. You see something you don’t want – or something you didn’t install, and the suspect could be bad or unwanted software? Uninstall it.
Scan for malware
Run a detailed scan of your system using your antivirus program. If your security software allows you to schedule a boot time analysis – great, go ahead and schedule one; otherwise, a regular analysis should also be correct, no problem. To save time, you can use the Disk Cleanup or CCleaner or Quick Cleaner utility to quickly delete your unnecessary files. If there is malware that prevents your Windows from running normally, your antivirus should be able to handle it by removing the malware. You can download this list of some good free antivirus software recommended for Windows.
Windows computer does not boot
If your Windows does not boot, check if you can boot in safe mode. To do this, press and hold the F8 key when your computer starts up. Click Last known good configuration if your Windows version offers it.
If you find that your Windows computer does not boot, you can fix the boot problems. he Windows startup repair. Startup Repair is a Windows recovery tool that can solve some system problems that might prevent Windows from booting. Startup Repair checks your computer for problems and tries to fix them so that your computer can boot properly. Startup Help is one of the recovery tools in the System Recovery Options menu. Windows 10 users can access advanced boot options.
Run Windows Update
Maybe Microsoft has released patches for your problems, so it would be a good idea to run Windows Update and see if patches are available. If so, download and install it.
If you notice that your computer starts but stops at the login screen or your desktop does not appear, or you see a black screen or just your wallpaper, there may be many reasons, but in many cases, it is the explorer.exe file that does not start automatically. Now press Ctrl-Alt-Delete and start the task manager.
Click File > New Task (Run) > type explore.exe and click OK. Hopefully this should start your explorer.exe and open your desktop. It’s something fundamental you could try. Once this is done, you can try other troubleshooting options.
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Is it not updated correctly? Or maybe things are going wrong with your Windows Media Center and you need to empty and rebuild the Windows Media Center database! Or maybe you find that your right-click context menu in Internet Explorer has been disabled for some reason! You may have chosen not to be notified when you delete sticky notes, and now you want the warning dialog box back! Or maybe you notice a malicious attack that manages your task or cmd or your registry editor has been disabled!
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If you notice that your Windows installation has been corrupted and even system recovery, system file checker or other troubleshooting steps have been performed, this does not really help and you are thinking of reinstalling your Windows operating system – first try a repair installation. Windows 8/10 users can use this feature to update or reset Windows or for automatic repair.
For specific problems, you can also use built-in Windows 7 troubleshooters or Microsoft Fix it solutions or automatic troubleshooting solutions or the Microsoft Diagnostics service portal to solve your problems. The following links will provide you with further contributions on how to solve your specific problems: Windows help tutorials, Windows troubleshooting, Windows repair and Windows tips.
Windows 10 users? Take a look at these messages:
- Windows 10 Problems, problems with solutions and patches
- Windows 10 Support and solutions.
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