Windows 7troubleshooting and diagnostic tools

    Windows 7troubleshooting and diagnostic tools

    Posted: 09 Nov 2008
    Windows has always come equipped with troubleshooting and diagnostic tools, but in Windows 7 Microsoft has done something it should have done a long time ago and put them all together in one place in Control Panel.

    Windows 7’s troubleshooting tools | Hardware 2.0 |
    NormCameron's Avatar Posted By: NormCameron
    09 Nov 2008

  1. Posts : 1,027
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64/ Windows Vista Ultimate x64

    That's right about time MS put everything together so you don't have to find it. Thanks Norm.
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  2. Posts : 576
    Vista X32. Windows 7 32bit
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    How to Use Troubleshooting Tools in Beta

    "If the sound of helping family friends troubleshoot their computer problems makes you weep, then you have one more thing to look forward to in Windows 7. No, it won’t help novice users find that obscure “any” key, but Windows 7 will actually diagnose and fix many of its critical components as part of the new “Windows Troubleshooting” functionality.

    For users who are currently using the 6801 build of Windows 7, you might have already noticed the “Troubleshooting” link in the control panel. However if you do try to click on any of the actions an error is prompted. But there’s another way. If you navigate to the “\Windows\diagnostics\system” directory, you’d find all of the troubleshooting files to manually initiate. Simply open a directory and double click on the file with the golden diamond." - The Most Activated Windows Resource
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  3. Posts : 22,814
    W 7 64-bit Ultimate

    Hello Norm.

    Good Post!...

    Later :) Ted
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  4. Posts : 4,282
    Windows 7 Ultimate Vista Ultimate x64

    I Like your new Avatar Ted, Cheeky Monkey!
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  5. Posts : 22,814
    W 7 64-bit Ultimate

    Thanks Mr Grim!...:)

    Later Ted
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