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Best Answer Rickles , 23 July 2018 - 03:00 AM

HI, I don't know what is happening but after nearly a week the warning has gone. Check to see if you have a system restore point that is before the yellow warning icon first came to your... Go to the full post »


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Hi,

 

I noticed a yellow warning on the taskbar asking if I would like to do a Fresh Start.

 

As the computer is working well I am hesitant to do so.

 

Also I do not want the settings I have to be disturbed.

 

Any recommendations?

 

Regards

 


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Hello Rickles,

 

First and foremost please do not create a new system restore point even if prompted to by Windows.

 

To do:

 

Check to see if you have a system restore point that is before the yellow warning icon first came to your attention.

 

Right click on the yellow warning icon to see if it explains what it is.

 

Check the Device Manager for any yellow warning icon/s.


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HI,

 

I don't know what is happening but after nearly a week the warning has gone.

 

Check to see if you have a system restore point that is before the yellow warning icon first came to your attention. Yes

 

Right click on the yellow warning icon to see if it explains what it is. It wants to restore my Windows.

 

Check the Device Manager for any yellow warning icon/s. Nothing unusual.

 

My version of Windows is Windows Home 10 2018.

 

Regards


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I don't know what is happening but after nearly a week the warning has gone.

 

 

If your computer is stable, create a new system restore point now that the warning icon has gone.

 

Right click on the yellow warning icon to see if it explains what it is. It wants to restore my Windows.

 

 

You may have had a Windows update that was failing to install for some reason, not unusual so check your Windows update history for anything that may have failed to install on one or more occasion but then installed.

 

If you would like to investigate further use Event Viewer to check for any error logs.


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Hi,

 

Ok I shall do that right now.

 

Thank you for your time and help.

 

It is good that you guys are always there.

 

Regards


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You are welcome Rickles  :thumbsup:

 

Check Event Viewer and let us know if there is anything reported there that would correspond with your yellow warning icon, please note that you may see multiple errors in Event Viewer and going back over a period of time, these errors unless critical will normally cause you no problem and are often the result of Windows and other scheduled updates fighting for resources.


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