Tuesday, February 2, 2010

How to use the Network troubleshooter in Windows 7 to fix the Networkadapter issue automatically

This is an extraordinary feature available in Windows 7. Using this feature, you can become a networking expert, even if you don’t have time or inclination to troubleshoot your Network. Moreover, this feature will be more useful, if no one will be available to diagnose and repair the Network Problems. As the Network are very complex to troubleshoot, you should be careful to diagnose the root cause of a network problem. Consider, if you’re not able to access a website and you are getting an error message, but the error message is not enough to diagnose since it is not typically pinpoint the exact cause, there may be a number of issues with your Computer, The Web server or the Network between the Computer and the Web Server.
In this case, you can use the Network Troubleshooter. It helps you to diagnose and repair the problem. If you are getting error messages like “Page cannot be displayed” or “Server is not available”, you can use this Network troubleshooter in order to identify the problem. If you want to open the Network Troubleshooter from Network-related error messages, just click on Diagnose or Troubleshoot.

Some programs, such as Remote Assistance, automatically detect when there’s a problem and give you the option of running the troubleshooter. Here are some other ways to access the Network troubleshooter:
You can automatically get the option of running the troubleshooter from a few programs like Remote Assistance. If you want to open it from different ways, just follow the steps provided below.

• Right click on the Network Icon from the Notification area on the Taskbar and then click on Troubleshoot problems.

• Go to the Start Button, choose Control Panel and then type Troubleshooter in the Search Box.
• Then click on the Troubleshooting, choose Network and Internet and then click the type of the problem you have.

• Go to the Start Button, choose Control Panel and then type Network in the Search Box.
• Then in the list of results, choose Network and Sharing Center and then click Troubleshoot problems.

• Go to the Start Button, choose Control Panel and then type Adapter in the Search Box.
• Now, under Network and Sharing Center, choose the View Network Connections.
• Right click on the Network Adapter and choose Diagnose.

If you successfully finish the diagnosing problem, the Network Troubleshooter will show the ways to fix the trouble. Even more, the Network Troubleshooter is capable to fix some troubles automatically without any intervention from you. Consider, the Network Adapter in the Computer is not resuming from the Sleep mode, the Network Troubleshooter will automatically reset the adapter and driver. Moreover, it’s able to detect if a computer’s wireless networking capability is turned off. Although this is a common problem yet, the Network Troubleshooter can easily fix the issue without any need of technical support team.
Once you finish running the Network Troubleshooter, a problem report will be stored in the troubleshooting history for future reference. At the same time, if this troubleshooting steps couldn’t resolve the issue, this report will be shared with the technical support team to identify and resolve the network problems faster. In the problem report, there will be one or more event logs available. Therefore, Network Administrators and technical support personnel can use the information in the event logs in order to analyze connectivity problems or help interpret the conclusions. Moreover, it is easy to find this information by just clicking View detailed information on the final page of the troubleshooter. If you want to access this in a different manner, just follow the following steps.
1. Click on the Start Button, choose Control Panel and then under System and Security, click on Find and fix problems in order to open the Troubleshooting.
2. Then in the left pane, just click on View History.
3. After that, right click on the troubleshooting report.
4. Now, you can choose View details.
5. This will show you report in detail.
6. That’s it. All it’s done.