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Windows 11 Problems – How to use the troubleshooter

Troubleshooting tools for solving problems with standard functions of Windows 11 may solve problems with devices, peripherals, Windows Update, etc. This page introduces the problems that Windows 11 troubleshooter can do and how to use it.
How to use Windows 11 troubleshooter
The troubleshooter is available from System in Settings.

Troubleshooter settings

1. Click the “Start” button and click “Settings” in the Start.
 2. When the settings are displayed, click the item “Troubleshooting tools”.
 3. When the troubleshooter is displayed, click the “selection box” in the recommended settings of the troubleshooter to set it.

Troubleshooting tool settings and description

This setting allows you to automatically run the troubleshooter when Windows 11 detects a problem, or optionally decide whether to display a confirmation and run it.

  • Run automatically, do not notify

    The troubleshooter automatically runs and does not notify you when a problem is detected.

  • Run automatically and then notify me

    When a problem is detected, the troubleshooter automatically runs and notifies you of the results.

  • Confirm before execution

    Prompt to run the troubleshooter when a default recommendation   problem is detected.

  • do nothing

    No troubleshooters or checks do anything when problems are detected.

Recommended troubleshooting history

This troubleshooting history does not include manual troubleshooting runs. When problems are detected and automated troubleshooting is performed, a record is kept as history.

Solve the problem by running the troubleshooter

Here, the execution method is explained using Windows Update troubleshooting as an example. Items that can be troubleshooted are introduced in the next section. 1. Click “More Troubleshooters”.
 2. Click “Run” on the item you want to solve the problem to start troubleshooting.
 3. “Detecting problems” will be displayed, then “Solving problems” will be displayed, and it will progress to “Detecting other problems”, so wait as it is.
 4.Troubleshooter has finished running
After the troubleshooter has finished running, you will see a screen telling you that a problem was detected and fixed , or that a problem could not be identified and could not be fixed .

The troubleshooter found a problem and fixed it

When ” Troubleshooting is complete ” is displayed, it means that the problem was detected and the repair was completed. If you want to know more about the problem, click View Details. Click “Next” to return to the previous screen.
Click Detection Details for more details.

The troubleshooter did not identify the problem and did not fix it

If ” Could not identify the problem ” is displayed, the repair has not been performed. The troubleshooting tool does not identify the problem and cannot be repaired. In this case, run the troubleshooter again to see if it can be fixed. If the problem is caused by a Windows system malfunction, it may be resolved by executing a system check and automatic repair with the command.

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