If the customer face the problem of Undoing Changes Made To Your Computer in Window 11, then it means that update process has failed. This issue occurs because of the faulty or corrupted drivers. In this blog, you will read the method to fix If Undoing Changes Made to Your Computer in Window 11. For more details, visit to MS Office official site via www.office.com/setup.
Method To Fix If Undoing Changes Made To Your Computer in Window 11:
1. Update Drivers:
The user should tap on the Search button from the Taskbar and then write device manager and then from the results, tap on the app. Now, you should tap on the Display adapters section in order to expand it and then right tap on the driver. After this, you should choose Update option. Next, you need to choose the first option i.e. Search automatically for drivers. If your computer system will find a new one, then it will install it. If it does not find, then on Windows Update you should tap on Search for updated drivers. Here, it will redirect you to the Windows Update and then hit on Advanced options. At this point, you should look at the Optional updates option. If you find new updates related to drivers, then tap on it and just install it.
2. Run Windows Update Troubleshooter:
You should hit on the Windows button and then choose Settings. Now from the left side, you should choose System. Then, you have to scroll down on the right side and then tap on Troubleshoot option. Next, you should hit on Other troubleshooters. At this point, you should find the Windows Update troubleshooter and then tap on the Run button. Here, you will view that the system will find the problems with the update and try to fix it. At last, you should perform the update again and then see if the issue is fixed or not.
3. Check for Windows Updates:
First, you should go to the Start button and then choose Settings. Now from the left side, tap on Windows Update and then from the right side, tap on Check for updates button. If you found any new updates, then your system will start download and install it.
4. Disable your Antivirus:
To fix this issue, you need to hit on the Search option from the Taskbar and then write security and then choose Windows Security from the results. At this point, you need to select Virus & threat protection. Here in the next window, you need to hit on Manage settings. Lastly, you should turn off the real time protection.
5. Disconnect All Unnecessary Peripherals:
From the notification tab, you should hit on the arrow and then tap on the USB icon. And then from the list, you should identify the USB peripherals and then eject them. Now, you should physically unplug them from your computer.
6. Run SFC Scan:
The customer need to tap on the Search icon on the Taskbar and then write cmd and then just Run as administrator in order to start Command Prompt with full privileges. After this, you should type or paste the command and hit on Enter key to run it:
Now, the scanning process will look for corrupt system files and then try to fix it. At the end, you should wait for the scanning procedure to complete and then just restart your PC.
If the customer requires any kind of help regarding this issue, then visit to the site of Microsoft via office.com/setup.