Please find the below steps for “Troubleshoot” Procedure for All Windows Versions.
Windows Troubleshoot for Windows 7:
Open the Start menu again, Select “Control Panel” to view the settings and customize the areas of your computer.
Click “Search and troubleshoot” in the “System and security” section in the upper left corner of the window, once the control panel opens.
Look for the troubleshooting window to open. Through this window, you can solve problems with incompatible programs, sound problems, mouse and keyboard, Internet connections, personalization of your Windows computer, as well as performing maintenance for the sake of your PC.
If your problem is not available through this menu, click on “See all” in the sidebar on the left side of the window.
Click “View All” for open window. The options provided describe specific problems that your computer can diagnose, if you have a problem. Simply double click on any of these options and the troubleshooting wizard will open.
For example, you can click “Network adapter” to open the troubleshooting wizard for this specific problem. All troubleshooting wizards run in exactly the same way, regardless of the specific problem you are trying to diagnose. The first step to run the troubleshooter is to simply press “Next” at the bottom of the window. This will start the troubleshooting process.
Wait while Windows scans your computer for any problem in the specific area for which you are running the troubleshooter. If for any reason you want to stop looking for problems, click on the “Cancel” button in the lower right corner of the window.
If Windows finds a problem, it will offer a possible solution to the problem. If you have already tried the presented solution, simply click on “Skip this step”, and Windows will offer you another solution, and finally it will finish, giving you a report of possible solutions.
If you have not tried that original solution yet, follow the instructions provided in the troubleshooter and click “Verify if the problem is solved” in the window of the previous step. Windows will look for problems again, as it did the first time it ran the wizard. If all goes well, you should see a window that shows that troubleshooting could not find any problem. In this case, you have diagnosed and treated your computer problem, saving time and money in the process!
Windows 8, 8.1 and 10:
This troubleshooter is available in Windows 8 and 10. You will find it in the same place in all modern versions of Windows.
To run the troubleshooter, press Start, search for “troubleshooting,” and then run the selection that appears in the search.
In the list of troubleshooters in the Control Panel, in the “System and security” section, click “Troubleshoot problems with Windows Update”.
In the Windows Update troubleshooting window, click “Advanced.”
In the advanced settings, make sure that the “Apply repairs automatically” check box is selected, click “Run as administrator” and then click Next.
The problem solver works through your process and then lets you know if you could identify and solve the problem. Troubleshooter most of the time, can successfully remove a stuck update from the queue.
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