How to Troubleshoot ‘Windows did not detect any networking hardware’ Error Message

Driving problems can occur at any time. The good news, however, is that they are usually easy to fix. This also applies to the “Windows does not detect network hardware” error, which occurs when your network card driver is not installed correctly. In this article, I will show you how to solve the “Windows did not detect network hardware” error message once and for all. But before we see the solution, we must first understand why this error occurs.

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Why doesn’t Windows detect any networking hardware

Windows may not detect network hardware due to a configuration error or an outdated device driver. In addition, this problem can also occur after installing the latest Windows update and drivers for your device. read more

How to Repair Search Bar Not Working on Windows 11

Is the Windows 11 search bar not working on your computer? Have trouble finding files? The Windows search function can be affected by many factors, including user actions and system actions.

Fortunately, there are several standard fixes you can apply if Windows 11 search doesn’t work on your computer.

Why doesn’t the Windows search bar work?

  • If you are using an outdated version of Windows, this can cause unwanted problems on your device.
  • There may be a small problem in the process that causes the search bar not to work.
  • Your device may be infected with a virus or malware that is causing the “Windows 11 search bar does not work” problem.
  • Damaged files are often the cause of many problems on your Windows 11 computer. Perhaps the system file associated with the Windows search bar has been corrupted, and this is the reason why the search does not work.
  • If the search stopped working after installing a Windows update, the cause is probably an installed update. In the past, some updates have caused many system functions to stop working.

How can I fix the fact that the search bar in Windows 11 does not work?

Scan for Windows updates read more

How to Troubleshoot High CPU Usage by GfxUI.exe in Windows PC

As a Windows user, you have probably already encountered unexpected problems. At least, many of us have.

In this particular scenario, you found that a Windows process called gfxui.exe is consuming a large percentage of your CPU (up to 50% or even 100%). As a result, it takes a long time for your computer to start up. It becomes very slow and often crashes.

What causes GfxUI.exe to have a high CPU usage?

In most cases, it is either a conflict of two video cards or a problem with Intel HD Graphics drivers, which causes the gfxui.exe process to occupy a lot of hard disk space and cause high CPU load. read more

How to Resolve “Unfortunately, Contacts has stopped” Error on Android Device

Have you seen the “Contacts have been stopped” message lately? It’s enough to rob you of your peace of mind. That’s because our native Contacts app stores all the useful contacts we always need. Their malfunction is enough to make us shudder. But why do these problems occur on a Samsung or any other Android device?

They can happen when you start an app, or when you’re in an app and have already found the contact you want, or when another app tries to access it. So to combat this problem, you need to enlist the help of some effective methods to solve the problem of Contacts app crashes. read more

How to Repair: Toshiba Laptop Black Screen Problem

Sometimes critical errors occur on Toshiba devices. But none of them seem as annoying as a black screen on a Toshiba laptop. This is a very common error that occurs to many Toshiba users.

When this error occurs, you won’t get a specific error code or notification that gives you a clear idea of the error. This error can also occur when applying a new cumulative Windows operating system update.

Regardless of how the error was caused, you should strive to know how to fix it. Therefore, in the following guide, we will cover some reliable workarounds to fix this error. read more

Troubleshooting a Slow and Lagging Windows 10 System

What’s the best way to speed up your computer when the system slows down and unresponsiveness and long boot times become the norm? Fixing lag problems on your computer may seem like a daunting task, but it’s not. Our guide will show you how to fix a slow and sluggish PC, with steps you can follow in a few minutes and get immediate and lasting results.

What are the causes of slow and sluggish Windows 10?

Damaged or insufficient RAM: Damaged or insufficient RAM can affect computer performance, cause random reboots, blue screens, etc. If the RAM is damaged or defective, the system memory cannot process processes and services properly. This causes your computer to slow down. read more

How to Solve Windows 10 Update Error 0x800705B3

It’s hard to expect your system to work properly if your drivers aren’t up to par. You used to have to install the drivers provided by the hardware manufacturer, but with Windows 10, system updates take care of that.

And all too often, this is fertile ground for many problems. One common error resulting from inappropriate drivers is known as 0x800705b3. This error occurs when Windows Update fails to install the appropriate software for the hardware counterparts.

So, if you are facing this error and your updates are stuck, you should check the list below where we have listed the most suitable workarounds. read more

How to Troubleshoot Cursor Freezes/Stuck on Windows 10

The cursor and the PC have been going together for decades. When the cursor stops working, it can be incredibly frustrating. If you don’t have an external mouse handy, the only way to navigate your PC is to use keyboard shortcuts. A touch-screen device can improve the situation, but not having to navigate with a mouse pointer is often not intuitive.

This is a problem for which the classic “off and on” is unlikely to be effective. Instead, you need to find a way to reactivate the trackpad, which can very easily happen unintentionally. read more

How to Remove Caps Lock on Screen Notifications on Windows 10

When we press the Caps Lock key, the system displays a pop-up message saying that the Caps Lock key is on and makes a sound. Sometimes it can be annoying to see this sound and display every time we press the Caps Lock key. This article describes different ways to disable the audible and visual notification when the Caps Lock key is pressed.

What does the Caps Lock notification mean on my screen?

The Caps Lock notification can show up if your keyboard (or Ease of Access) is configured to show a notification when you turn on/off the Caps Lock key. In this case, disabling the Caps Lock notification on the keyboard (or in the Ease of Access settings) may solve the problem. However, these settings may not be available to all users, as there are different OEMs. read more

Workaround: Windows 10 Freezing when Pressing Print Screen

Taking a screenshot on your computer is as easy as it is on your smartphone, but not being able to take one in critical situations can be stressful. Recently, several users reported that their Windows 10 hangs when they press the “Print Screen” key on their keyboard. While researching the problem, we found out that there could be several causes, including corrupted drivers or Windows debug mode.

If you’ve encountered a problem like this, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve compiled a list of troubleshooting methods to help you quickly identify and solve the problem. read more