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Run the troubleshooter. When it's done, it's best practice to restart your device. Then check for new updates. Go to Start > Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update.Select Check for updates and install any available updates.; If the problems aren't all resolved, try running the troubleshooter again to check for additoional errors.

Run the Windows Update troubleshooter. Here's how: Download the Windows Update Troubleshooter, and then select O pen or Save in the pop-up window. Notes. If the pop-up doesn’t come up, you might have a pop-up blocker on. If you’re using Microsoft Edge, instructions for disabling the pop-up blocker are here.

For help fixing audio or sound problems, try the audio troubleshooter. It might be able to fix audio problems automatically. To run the troubleshooter: select the Start button, type audio troubleshooter in the search box, select Find and fix audio playback problems from the list of results, and then select Next.You'll be prompted to choose the device to troubleshoot.

Run troubleshooter for Microsoft Store apps: Select the Start button > Settings > Update & Security > Troubleshoot > Windows Store Apps. If you can't find Microsoft Store, see Trouble finding Microsoft Store in Windows 10. If you're having trouble launching Microsoft Store, ...

The troubleshooter helps fix problems that: Corrupt registry keys on 64-bit operating systems. Corrupt registry keys that control the update data. Prevent new programs from being installed. Prevent existing programs from being completely uninstalled or updated.