Windows Vista: Troubleshooting and Support
Actualizado: septiembre de 2008
Se aplica a: Windows Vista
This collection contains information to help IT Pros troubleshoot and resolve specific system errors and events, as well as networking and Group Policy issues. It also provides links to general Windows Vista troubleshooting topics at the Windows Vista Help and How-to Support site and Windows Vista Solution Center site.
Troubleshooting USB Devices
This article briefly outlines how sleep state works for two different classes of USB devices in a Windows operation system, describes some the unique issues that result from those behaviors in a Windows Vista system, and provides a workaround for those issues.
Troubleshooting Events and Errors
For information on troubleshooting Windows Vista system events and errors, see the following:
How to Troubleshoot Windows Webcast (describes how to use Event Viewer to identify and resolve system errors and events)
Events and Errors (describes how the error and event troubleshooting information is organized)
Core Operating System Components [LHHM] (covering Display Drivers, Plug and Play Devices, Name resolution for peer communication, and Service Control Manager)
Core Security [LHHM] (covering system security functionality, such as authentication, authorization, and access control features, built into the Windows operating system, e.g., BitLocker Drive Encryption, CryptoAPI 2.0, Code Integrity, Kerberos protocol, Software Restriction Policies, and Windows Initialization)
Management Infrastructure [LHHM] (covering system performance, scheduled tasks, remote management)
Reliability Infrastructure [LHHM] (covering operating system components that support reliability monitoring and diagnosis)
Setup Infrastructure [LHHM] (covering installation of optional components, packages, and language packs)
Windows Firewall with Advanced Security [LHHM] (covering the Windows components that help protect your computer from unwanted network traffic)
Windows Defender [LHHM] (covering the Windows security components for detection and mitigation of spyware and other potentially unwanted software)
Windows Media Center Extender [LHHM] (covering the network-attached device that connects to the Windows Media Center PC)
Windows Update [LHHM] (covering the component that runs on each client computer and checks for availability of updates)
Troubleshooting Group Policy
In Windows Vista, Network Map diagrams the connections between devices on your network to help you troubleshoot connectivity problems. Network computers that are running Windows XP must have the Link-Layer Topology Discovery (LLTD) Responder component installed and enabled before they can appear on the Network Map or respond to the mapping computer's requests.
For more information, see El mapa de red no muestra los equipos que ejecutan Windows XP.
The above topic instructs you on how to perform the following tasks:
Install the LLTD Responder component onto a computer running Windows XP
Verify the LLTD Responder component is installed and running
Exclude File and Printer Sharing from Windows Firewall filtering
Generate a new Network Map and connect to all network computers
For more information on troubleshooting wireless and wired connections, see:
For information on troubleshooting Windows Firewall, see:
This document describes how to use CryptoAPI 2.0 Diagnostics to compile detailed information about certificate chain validation, certificate store operations, and signature verification, thereby simplifying the process of identifying the cause of public key infrastructure (PKI) problems.
For troubleshooting basic issues, see the topics below at the Windows Vista Help and How-to Support site:
For solutions to the top Vista issues, visit the Windows Vista Solution Center.