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Try the new Microsoft Automated Troubleshooting Services

Try the new Microsoft Automated Troubleshooting Services

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Here’s a very handy new online service that could get you out of some jams, or just save you time fixing other people’s problems: The recently-launched Microsoft Automated Troubleshooting Services. With one click, Microsoft can detect problems on your machine and automatically fix any common problems that are found.

 

Here are some of the Fix it solutions available:

 

  • Automatically diagnose and repair problems when the visual Aero Glass effects, themes, and transparencies are not working on your computer.
  • Automatically diagnose and repair when you cannot print, or for problems installing a printer, connecting to a network printer and related errors.
  • Automatically diagnose and repair problems with your CD or DVD drive when trying to read or burn media in Windows Vista.
  • Automatically diagnose and repair problems when the device manager does not detect your hardware, audio, USB and other devices, or when your devices are disabled or not working.
  • Automatically diagnose and repair problems with sound and audio on your computer or when your computer does not play sound. 

More to come,

Mitch

 

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