Do you know what to do if your screen goes blank? What if you cant see any appplication or cant hear any sound from your speakers?
Whenever you have problem with your computer, don’t panic! There are some basic troubleshooting techniques, that you can use for fixing the problem of your computer.
In this post i Will show you some easy steps to try when troubleshooting.
Basic Troubleshooting Specific Problem
Here i m explaining for you that what kind of problems occur in Windows.
1. Application running is slow
- Close and reopen the Applications
- Update the application: Click on the help option and then go to check for updates. If you did’t find there check online for application updates.
2. Application or Computer is Frozen/Stuck
- For Applications: Force to quit the application. If the program is not responding Press all together Ctr+Alt+Delete to opening the task manager. In task manager you can select the not responding application and select them and click on End task to close it.
- You can restart the computer.If you unable to close an application, By restarting your computer will close all the open applications.
- For Computer: Restart window explorer. For this press Ctr+Alt+Delete all together to open the task manager. Now select Window explorer from the processing tab and click restart.
- Press and hold the power button for 5-10 seconds. To doing this your computer will shut down automatically.
- You can unplug the power cable from the electrical outlet. If your laptop is not shutting down, you may need to remove the power battery from the laptop.
3. Mouse and keyboard has stopped working
- If you are using a wired mouse or keyboard, make sure it is correctly plugged in to the computer.
- If you are using wireless mouse or keyboard, Make sure it is turned on and that its batteries are charged.
4. Screen is blank
- The computer might be in sleep mode. You can simply click on mouse or keyboard for display.
- Be sure the Monitor is plugged in and turned on.
- Be sure the Computer is plugged in and turned on.
5. computer speaker is not working properly
- First check the volume level of your computer.For this, click on the audio button on the bottom right side of the corner on your desktop screen make sure the volume is turned on.
- Check the audio player controls. Some of the audio and video controller has their own sound controller like VLC, Windows media player make sure the sound is turned on properly.
- Check the cables make sure the external speakers are plugged in, turned on, and connected to the correct audio port or USB port.
6. PC won’t Boot Into Windows
- Try Safe Mode First: Use the F8 key right when the system starts up to access the menu and see if Windows will boot into Safe Mode. If you’re able to get into Windows, the problem is likely something that would load only when you boot normally—graphics card drivers, junk applications, or perhaps some spyware applications.
- Use System Restore: It has been excellent choice for fixing up all sorts of problem, including issues that cause your system to not boot anymore. While testing, I once deleted a bunch of files in system32 to purposely cause a blue screen of death, and then used System Restore to get the system up and running again in minutes.
- Try Booting of an Ubuntu CD: Whenever I’m having issues with a PC not booting up properly, one of the first things I do is grab an Ubuntu Live CD and try and boot from that, and see how well the system is working. If everything is working in Linux, then you know the problem is likely just your Windows installation, and not hardware related.
7. Internet Slow or Not Loading
Pull out the Ping Command : If you are having problems connecting to the internet- Most of the time you need to open the command prompt (Windows key+key R together) and press enter key or write down in CMD Ping google.com.
- If you are not getting any response. You can try disabling and re-enabling your wireless connection, Which solves more problem then it really should.
8. Dealing with forgetting Password
If you’ve got an Ubuntu Live CD laying around, you can use that to reset your password, or if you want a more streamlined Linux-based Live CD and you’re not afraid of some command-line action, you can use the System Rescue CD to reset your Windows password in no time at all.
Windows Troubleshooting tips
1. Run system Store
2. Run System File Checker
3. Fix windows image
4. Remove unwanted programs
5. Scan for Malware
6. Run Window Update
7. Fix Windows& Repair Windows
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