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XP Troubleshooting with Computer Management

Windows has many tools with which you can configure and manage your system. In Windows XP, all of the important configuration tools are to be found under one interface in the form of the Computer Management console. If you experience problems, then such tools as the Event Viewer are available to help you identify the nature of the problem and fix it. With access to the Device Manager, you can manage hardware devices and install new drivers. The Disk Management component allows you to format, defragment and check your hard drives. In this article, find out what the Computer Management console has to offer and how you can use its tools to configure your system and troubleshoot problems.

Category: Troubleshooting
Issue: 2006 Issue 1 January/February
Operating Systems: XP
Article Reference: X17



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