Microsoft Automated Troubleshooting Services for Windows Vista

Microsoft designed an online resource to diagnose and repair Windows operating systems, including Windows Vista SP2. The Automated Troubleshooting Services are the result of steps taken by Microsoft in order to automate resolves delivered to end users through Microsoft KB articles. However, the web-based services are useless in Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2. […]

Microsoft designed an online resource to diagnose and repair Windows operating systems, including Windows Vista SP2. The Automated Troubleshooting Services are the result of steps taken by Microsoft in order to automate resolves delivered to end users through Microsoft KB articles. However, the web-based services are useless in Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2. The software giant indicated that the latest iteration of Windows client and server platforms came with the automated troubleshooting services included by default. “Microsoft Automated Troubleshooting Services scans your computer and detects the root causes of common problems, then automatically fixes the problems that it finds, and offers additional resources if the problem isn't fixed,” the company notes.

Visit: Microsoft Automated Troubleshooting Services