Thursday, June 16, 2011

How to Change Windows 7 Troubleshooting Settings?

Troubleshooting in Windows 7 let’s the user to fix the errors that have occurred in this operating system. Under these settings, when any error occurs, this operating system asks the user to troubleshoot the error and if user continues with that, Windows troubleshooter finds the cause of error and resolves it without any interaction with users. Changing windows troubleshooting settings is not a difficult task to do. You can easily change the setting of Windows 7 troubleshooting by following few simple steps:

STEP 1: To change the troubleshooting settings in windows 7, your first step would be, Click on the Start button and then click on Control Panel.

STEP 2: Now go ahead click on Category on the upper right hand side corner and select the large icons view.

STEP 3: After that look for the Troubleshooting icon in the opened results, and click on that.

STEP 4: Please look at the left hand side. There should be a tab named “Change Settings”. Go ahead and click on that.

STEP 5: Now change the settings as you like.

STEP 6:Hit on Ok when you are done. Exit all windows.

That would be all, you need to change the Windows 7 troubleshooting settings

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