Games and Entertainment Troubleshooter from Microsoft

If you are facing problems while installing games or while starting and playing online games you may want to try the Games and Entertainment Fix It from Microsoft.

Games and Entertainment Troubleshooter

This Fix-It will automatically diagnose, identify and fix common problems and issues related to games and online entertainment including:

  1. Cannot install games
  2. Cannot start online game, online game won’t launch or shows blank screen
  3. Game crashes frequently  or graphics not displaying correctly
  4. Logitech controller not working
  5. Windows is slow when playing games
  6. Add-ons that make Internet Explorer  slow
  7. Video card driver issues such as not running the latest video driver
  8. DirectX 9.0 problems.

Once you have downloaded the Fix It, run it. You will be asked if you’d like the Fix It to detect and fix the problem/s automatically or only detect the problems and allow you to decide which fixes to apply. I would recommend the latter, since this way you will at least know which all fixes are being applied. It can be a good learning experience.

You will be asked to select the problems you are facing. Select, one, multiple or all.

The Fix It will scan your system and offer you a diagnosis.

If you want you can also view the detailed report.

Click Next to apply the fixes.

You may have to restart your Windows computer.

You can download it from [It seems to have been taken down]

Problem playing games? Check these posts:

  1. Fix Full-Screen problems in Windows 10 while playing Games
  2. Game or app downloads are slow on Xbox One
  3. Gaming Lag, Low FPS, in video games and how to fix them.
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Anand Khanse is the Admin of, a 10-year Microsoft MVP Awardee in Windows (2006-16) & a Windows Insider MVP. Please read the entire post & the comments first, create a System Restore Point before making any changes to your system & be careful about any 3rd-party offers while installing freeware.

One Comment

  1. Larry

    Windows 7 Beta is closed! XP, 2000, and Vista users can still get it.
    Guess we were finding too many bugs?

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