How to Troubleshoot Windows 7 Errors

by Harry Williams Manager

Windows 7 is a popular operating system. This Windows version is loaded with features and settings. However, users often face issues while using it. Here are some common problems faced by Windows 7 users and the steps to troubleshoot them.

Here is the process of troubleshooting errors in Windows 7. Follow the instructions carefully.

•    First, you will have to go to the start menu, and it will be present in the taskbar.

•    After that, you can see the “computer.” Then right-click on it,  and select properties.

•    Then you can see the info of your Windows and this troubleshooting procedure will work only in Home Premium and Professional versions of Windows 7.

•    Again you can press the start button and go to Control Panel to see settings and personalize areas of your PC.

•    Now, in the System and Security section, you can select Find and fix problems.

•    After that, in the Troubleshoot computer problems window, you can fix incompatible programs like sound, mouse, internet connection, keyboard problems, and customization of your PC.

•    Then if you are not satisfied through this menu, you can tap on the “View All” option in the left pane.

•    After that, you will see all the specific problems that your PC can diagnose.

•    Now, for example, you might select “Internet connections” to open the troubleshooting wizard in this particular problem.

•    After that, you will wait while Windows scans your PC for any problems in a specific area.

•    If Windows locates your problem, then it will give you a possible solution to the issue and if you have tried the solution currently, then select the “Skip this step” option.

•    And if you have not tried an original solution, then go with the instructions given on the troubleshooter and tap on ” Check to see if the problem is fixed.”

Disable Your Video Drivers

Here is the process of disabling your video drivers. Follow the instructions carefully.

•    First, you will have to restart your computer.

•    After that, you can quickly click F8 to open the advanced boot option.

•    Then you will highlight the Safe Mode and tap Enter.

•    Now, tap Windows button + R.

•    Enter devmgmt.msc and select Enter.

•    After that, enlarge the Display adapters category.

•    Then click right in the first option.

•    Now, select Uninstall.

•    Then tick the “Delete driver software ” box and select OK.

•    You can repeat for any other Display adapter items.

•    Now, reboot your computer and allow it to boot normally.

•    Then you should install the latest driver for your video card.

John Watson is a creative person who has been writing blogs and articles about security. He writes about the latest updates regarding and how it can improve the work experience of users. His articles have been published in many popular e-magazines, blogs and websites.


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