Windows 10

Asked by: Shippahoy2

Original title: Maintenance

Why do I keep getting automatic maintenance delay notification? My OS is Windows 8 pro.

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Thanks for posting your query to Microsoft forum. I will certainly help you with this.

Please check the methods follow.

Method 1: Try o turn off the Maintenance Messages and check.

Steps To Turn Off the Maintenance Messages.

Step 1 : You move the cursor to the right-bottom and click on the search box for searching any application and click on the search box and type any name you want to search.

Step 2 : In this you can type the Control Panel in the Search box and click on it to open the Control Panel. Control Panel shows the many computer settings.

Step 3 : In this you can open the Windows 8 Metro UI and select the Control Panel and click on it to open it.

Step 4 : After opening the Control Panel, you can see the many Computer's Settings such as System and Security, Network and Internet, Programs and others. You click on the System and Security.

Step 5 : After opening the System and Security, you can open the Action Center under the System and Security. Then you click on the Action Center.

Step 6 : After opening the Action Center, you click on the 'Change Action Center Settings'. In the Action Settings you can see Maintenance Messages.

Step 7 : After clicking on the 'Change Action Center Settings' you can see the Maintenance Messages such as Windows Backup, Windows Troubleshooting, Automatic Maintenance, Drive Status, Storage Space, File History, HomeGroup and others. In this you can see the list of options which you want to turn off the Maintenance Messages. If you want to disable the Maintenance Messages just unchecked the messages you want to disable and click OK.

If this doesn't help, run the SFC scan to find the errors in the system files (if there is any).

Method 2: Perform SFC scan

I would suggest you to perform SFC scan and check if that helps. The sfc/scannow command scans all protected system files and replaces incorrect versions with correct Microsoft versions. It is a utility in Windows that allows users to scan for corruptions in Windows system files and restore corrupted files.

Refer the link:  Use the System File Checker tool to repair missing or corrupted system files

Please reply us with these information and the current status of your computer we will be happy to assist you further. 


Thanks & Regards,

Isha Soni

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