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Windows 7: Troubleshooting always end with 'Couln't identify the problem'

12 Aug 2015   #11

windows 7
microcrap troubleshooter is completely useless

Before using the microcrap troubleshooter...
you might as well try to solve the issue you may have with a set of 30 weight ball bearings and a package of number 2 pencils....
as those will do you as much good as this completely worthless feature.
it always reminds me of windows updates. ..Which are actually less than worthless...cause they only make things that once worked longer work.

Since I first starting using windows...back in 1999, I have never had a single update ever actually fix anything.
...but it's pretty much guaranteed that something that did work....suddenly won't
...your printer won't work.
...your game is no longer compatable...
...the list is endless.

and...the troubleshooter has never helped once in 16 years either...
I never even know why I still get suckered in to actually trying it again every so often when I know the odds of it working are slimmer than me putting super unleaded in a rental car...or making my own bed at a hotel.

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12 Aug 2015   #12

Windows 10 Pro X64

My experience has been different. Various troubleshooters have helped, especially in the networking area though under Windows 8.1, not Windows 7. As I said back in 2011 when this thread was active, in this specific case it did not help, nut it has in some cases so I continue to use them and hope.

Updates have fixed some problems for me and almost never caused me a problem, almost being the keyword there :)
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