Good morning errors can occur on Windows 10 PCs, and in this article, we will explore the best methods to help you fix those errors.
- The Good morning error on Windows 10 happens due to outdated drivers, corrupted system files, and missing updates.
- A quick fix for this issue is to use dedicated software to update the drivers.
- To fix the Good morning error, you can try a Windows System Restore.
Set your WU service to start automatically
- Press the Windows key + R hotkey to open the Run accessory.
- Enter services.msc in Run and click OK to open that window in the snapshot directly below.
- Right-click Windows Update in Services and select Properties.
- Click the Automatic startup box, and click the box next to it to enable the Automatic startup setting.
- Click the Apply button, and click the OK button.
Run Windows Update troubleshooter
- Open the Settings app and head to the Update & Security section.
- Select Troubleshoot from the left pane and Additional troubleshooters from the right.
- Scroll down until you find the Good Morning Errors troubleshooter and click the Run the troubleshooter button.
- Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the troubleshooting process.
Roll back your Windows 10
- Go to Start, type rollback and click Create reset disk.
- Follow the on-screen instructions to create a bootable media.
- Restart your PC and boot from the USB.
- Choose Troubleshoot, then Advanced options, followed by Startup Repair.
- Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the process.
Manually check your network
- Go to Start > then go to Settings > Network & Internet > Wi-Fi
- From the list, select your Wi-Fi connection > click on Advanced options > select TCP/IPv4, then Properties.
- In the properties, select Obtain an IP address automatically > click OK.
Check your network card drivers
- Download the updated network card drivers from the manufacturer’s website.
- Connect your system to a power source.
- Restart your computer.
- Test your network connection.
- Fix your network connection
Update your network card driver
- To do this, open Device Manager.
- Then double-click on your network adaptor.
- Right-click on the driver and choose Update driver.
- Select the Search automatically for drivers option and let the system update the driver automatically.
- Restart your PC.