How to Repair Windows 11 System?

System crash or other problems may happen in any operating system including Windows, iOS or Android, because of newly installed programs, recent modification to the system or some compatibility conflicting between hardware and software. Especially for a new system, it is more frequent to have that happened because many software developers don’t update the software in time, or users do not update the configuration of the hardware.

A new system often requires better hardware device. So before you decide to upgrade to Windows 11, please first check whether your computer will meet the system requirements of Windows 11. If your PC doesn’t support the Win 11 update, you’d better buy a new PC or replace the hardware. Here is the minimum system requirements for Win 11:

Processor  1 GHz or faster with 2 or more cores on a compatible 64-bit processor.
RAM  4 GB.
Storage  64 GB or larger storage device.
System firmware UEFI, Secure Boot capable.
TPM  TPM version 2.
Graphics card DirectX 12 or later with WDDM 2.0 driver.
Display  High definition (720p) display.
Microsoft account Yes

If you would like to upgrade to the latest Windows 11 by bypassing the system requirements, you may meet the system crash. Here is the detailed introduction about how to bypass TPM 2.0 and install Windows 11.

Except for that, we will also show you other 3 ways to fix / repair Windows 11 system.

Method 1: Reboot Your PC

Reboot PCs is the easiest way to fix any system stuck or program not working problem. Most of us do not have enough knowledge on the system running principles, and we may not have a technical person beside us, rebooting our PC is the best choice because no other negative impact for our computer.

Steps to restart Windows 11: click on Start Menu icon -> click on the power icon on the right corner -> click Restart.

Method 2: Uninstall the Recently Installed Programs

As we mentioned above, some programs has been updated by the developer to be compatible with Windows 11 will lead to a system problem. We recommend you the uninstall the newly installed program right away and restart your PC to check whether your Windows could run normally.

Steps to uninstall recent programs: click on Start Menu icon -> select Settings -> under Apps, click Apps & features -> then you will get the list of all the Apps installed in Windows 11 -> right click on the certain app and choose Uninstall.

If you forgot which programs were installed recently, IObit Uninstaller will be here to help you out. After download it to run, you will get the list of all programs and the recent installed programs list.

Method 3: Uninstall and Re-install Recent Windows Update

It is possible that new updates for the Windows 11 system will cause the system crash or abnormal working such as slow PC speed, bad network connect, etc. Therefore, if you have finished the recent system update, just roll back to the older one to let Windows 11 work smoothly.

Steps to revert the Windows Update: click on Start Menu icon -> select Settings -> Click Windows Update -> Click Update history -> Choose to Uninstall updates under Related Settings by scrolling down your mouse -> You will get a list of the recent updates in the Control Panel -> Choose the specific one you want to uninstall.

Method 4: Install and Update the Hardware Drivers

Outdated drivers, missing drivers or components will cause the system crash, unstable PC performance and even the Windows 11 not working. Then install IObit Driver Booster free to scan the drivers with only one click to detect all the outdated drivers and update them quickly. You don’t need to update them one-by-one if your upgrade to the pro edition. Of course, if you are very familiar with how to update drivers manually via Windows 11 settings, you can also follow the steps to get them updated.

Except for the above 4 basic methods to repair Windows 11, there are still other ways to help you out. But we strongly recommend you to get a technical person to help to try the following ways:

  • Create a restore point and roll back your Windows to an older version;
  • Use Command Prompt to check what the problem is and repair it;

As the Windows 11 is new to most us, we believe Microsoft will keep optimizing it and update bathes if there is any problem caused by the system.


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