Results for: Windows 10 troubleshooter
my pc acting strange
i got a error code when i tried updating (0x80073712)
STOPCODE : THREAD STUCK IN DEVICE DRIVER
i got bluescreen on my windows.. and i don't know how to solved this. Pls help me.. thanks
Audio problem from speakers
In Windows10, 64 bit version my sound socket is working fine with headphones but speakers are notworking. Drivers are all installed.
MEI x 64 Device Not Started
I am running Windows 10 Pro 64 bit operating system on an ASUS H81M-Plus board and Intel Core i5 -4440 CPU and 8.00 GB installed memory.In Device Manager under heading ‘Intel Management Engine Interface’ I get the message Device not started (MEI x64) after Windows Update. Device had a problem starting. Question: Is this affecting my PC’s performance and is it the reason I get under ‘Windows Update’ the message : Your device is missing important security updates.
L nova yoga kypad not working - letter qw?rty not working
I have an out of warranty Lenovo laptop and the keyboard qw?rty ? is not working. I have flipped off th cap, cl?an?d it and replaced button - cushion is good but still not working. Windows 10 Machine rcntly out of warranty....was going to buy old keyboard for replacement but thought i'd wait for advice ! Am told I need to replace drivers but will wait to hear Using spell check gets tedious ! Thanks Maggie
Having Bluetooth issues :(! Anyone else?
After the last windows update two of my Bluetooth headsets will no longer connect to my computer. We are also having issues on a brand new laptop that we bought and a new Bluetooth mouse not connecting as well. On my laptop I went through all of the fixes and I even preformed a clean install on my laptop and no affect. I reached out to Microsoft on Feedback hub and this is the message I received. "TL:DR; Thanks for reporting this problem to us; we're working on it. Try the troubleshooter (if you haven't already) http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?LinkId=785321 This feedback (audio doesn't work) is the top issue we are tracking, and we're focusing a lot of effort on trying to fix it. One of the challenges with audio on Windows is it is a complex system with a lot of moving parts; there are a lot of things that can break. Depending on what breaks, different things might happen. You might get an error message; there might be a crash; things might get stuck; or you might even be in a situation where everything LOOKS like it's working, but yet no audio comes out. There's a multitude of different things we're looking at, finding problems with, coming up with fixes for, coming with workarounds for, doing preventive maintenance on, etc. – but this type of issue often doesn't have a simple fix. While we continue to work on this, we'll be keeping an eye on this feedback and your comments, to see if we're doing a good job. In the meantime, here are some of the specific things we're working on:" Plus some other B.S. on how to update drivers and turning on bluetooth which I had already done multiple times. Don't launch things until you know it works. My next computer will be a Mac.
I have a BOSE NC 700 headphone, with Bluetooth. It used to work well with WIN 10. Not sure what happened after several WIN updates. Now the the headset Bluetooth pairs but when I click to Connect, it gives a msg that it is not "discoverable". I have tried so many options, per many suggestions, including "remove" and re-pair again. Turn off Bluetooth then turn on. Tried uninstalling Bluetooth, restart then try again and again same msg. Uninstall and reinstall Bluetooth Enumerator, same results. Remove/uninstall Bluetooth Device, restart the PC, again tried to reconnect, same msg that my headset is Not discoverable. I and at a loss!!!! I have tried numerous ways to make the BOSE headset discoverable, still same issue that it is NOT discoverable. The strange thing is that the same BOSE Headset pairs and connects to my iPhone XR, my iPad Pro, my Mini Apple and my other iPad, but NOT with this WIN 10. So I assume the issue is NOT with the Headset, but rather with my WIN 10. Can someone help? Keeping in mind that I have tried all the options listed above. Need help! Appreciate any help, guidance or suggestions.
in Explorer - View - Group By
I can not understand the new Group By button. In Explorer you open a folder where you have your own photos stored and there are none to show. Then after pulling your hair out a friend said he had the same problem at work. You need to go back to View, slide to the right and click on Group By, then go down to (None) and the contents of the folder will appear. The older people using a computer will have kittens when there Windows does an update and they cant find their photos. WHY was such a link created and really does it have a purpose, or is it just to make older people pull their hair out. I have made a note in a news item I write for U3A so that our 500 members know what to do when they see all their folders are empty
2 contradicting messages of updating from settings
When I checked my settings the first message says "You're up to date" but the message below says "You're currently running a version of Windows that's nearing the end of service. We recommend you update to the most recent version of Windows10 to get the latest features and security improvements." I have no idea what's going on.
My screen went blank (was blue) and went I finally got it back, I got a error message--memory management. And it said to contact windows.com/stopcode. Well they won't do anything unless you pay them. I have only had this computer for a couple of months. I don't know what to do. Any suggestions.
Windows Update Troubleshooter for Windows 10 If you get an error code while downloading and installing Windows updates, the Update Troubleshooter can help resolve the problem. Select Start > Settings > Update & Security > Troubleshoot > Additional troubleshooters. Next, under Get up and running, select Windows Update > Run the troubleshooter.
Windows Update Troubleshooter for Windows 10 If you get an error code while downloading and installing Windows updates, the Update Troubleshooter can help resolve the problem. Select Start > Settings > Update & Security > Troubleshoot. Next, under Get up and running, select Windows Update > Run the troubleshooter.
Instead of fix-it tools, Windows 10 uses troubleshooters to help you solve problems with your PC. To run a troubleshooter: Select Start > Settings > Update & Security > Troubleshoot, or select the Find troubleshooters shortcut at the end of this topic. Select the type of troubleshooting you want to do, then select Run the troubleshooter.
Learn how to troubleshoot problems with Windows 10 updates. In the search box on the taskbar, type device manager, then select Device Manager from the list of results.. In the window that appears, look for any device with a yellow exclamation mark next to it.