This article describes some of the possible causes that can lead to running Win 7 Run Device Manager as administrator. It then lists some possible recovery methods that you can try to fix the problem.
- Open the Start Screen (Windows 8, 10) or Start Menu (Windows 7) and type “compmgmt. “
- Right-click the program that appears in the list of results and select “Run as administrator” from the context menu.
Computer Management is an administrative tool included with Windows. The Computer Management Console contains many standalone tools and utilities, including Task Scheduler, Device Manager, Disk Management, and Services that you can use to change Windows settings and performance. Some IT management tools require administrative access to function properly. For example, if you need to manage one of your work computers, run Computer Management as an administrator.
Open the Start screen (Windows 8) or Start menu (Windows 7) and type “compmgmt.msc” on the screen or menu. The Windows search function will open as soon as you start typing. Select the Settings option on the right if you are using Windows 8.
Right-click the program that appears in the list of results, andSelect it from the context menu. Select Run As. as an administrator “. If prompted, provide an administrator username and password.
In the Computer Management window, select a tool or utility of your choice, such as Device Manager, WMI Management, Performance, or Event Viewer. … – to run as administrator.
Daniel Hutter began writing professionally in 2008. His writing focuses on subjects in computer science, web design, software remodeling, and technology. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Media and Game Development and Information Technology from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.
What I Tried And What Didn’t Work
From the Start menu, right-click on Device Manager -> Run as administrator (this option does not exist)
Run with Win R -> devmgmt.msc. (Starts with standard user rights)
requested Jun 2 at 10:07 am