Toshiba PC Diagnostic Tool – free software

TOSHIBA PC Diagnostic Tool is a free software utility for Toshiba-branded PC and laptop owners that displays basic information about installed hardware components.

The application contains two panels, one for basic information about the device such as system information such as model name, model number, Windows version, installed cpu, memory, disk, etc.larg

The second panel included in the TOSHIBA PC Diagnostic Tool provides access to quick tests to check the status of hardware components. The user can select which items to test, and once the desired components are selected, the PC Diagnostic Tool can start the test by clicking “Start Diagnostics”.

Unfortunately, all this utility lets you know if the items passed or failed the tests, but it does not provide any quick remedy.

All in all, TOSHIBA PC Diagnostic Tool is the standard test tool provided by the manufacturer that displays only basic information about the TOSHIBA system, but does not provide much in the form of solutions or troubleshooting. TOSHIBA PC Diagnostic Tool download here

The following instructions explain how to use the Toshiba PC Diagnostic Tool utility:

  1. To access the PC Diagnostic Tool utility, start by clicking on the Start menu.
  2. In the search field, type “Diagnostic” and wait for the search results to populate.
  3. Among the search results, locate and click on “PC Diagnostic Tool.”
  4. The PC Diagnostic Tool will open and display essential information about your computer.
  5. To access the diagnostic features of the utility, switch to the “Diagnostic Tool” tab.
  6. Within this tab, you can choose the specific items or components for which you want to run diagnostics.
  7. After selecting the desired items, click on “Start Diagnostic” to initiate the diagnostic process.
  8. The PC Diagnostic Tool will perform checks on the selected components and provide a report of the results.

Please note that the diagnostic results should be considered as reference only. The utility follows the “Diagnostic Method for Main Components and Its Results” and can detect potential issues. However, it is important to keep in mind that even if hardware is diagnosed as normal, it may still have usability problems. It is recommended to use the PC Diagnostic Tool on the computer it is preinstalled on or connected to.

PC Diagnostic
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To uninstall the TOSHIBA PC Diagnostic Tool from your computer, follow these steps:

  1. Open the Control Panel by clicking on the Start menu (or right-clicking the screen’s bottom-left corner in Windows 8) and selecting Control Panel.
  2. In the Control Panel, navigate to the “Programs” section.
  3. Depending on your operating system:
    • For Windows Vista/7/8/10: Click on “Uninstall a Program.”
    • For Windows XP: Click on “Add or Remove Programs.”
  4. Locate the program named “TOSHIBA PC Diagnostic Tool” in the list of installed programs.
  5. Once you find it, click on it to select it.
  6. Depending on your operating system:
    • For Windows Vista/7/8/10: Click on “Uninstall.”
    • For Windows XP: Click on the “Remove” or “Change/Remove” tab located to the right of the program.
  7. Follow the on-screen prompts to complete the uninstallation process.
  8. A progress bar will indicate how long it will take to remove the TOSHIBA PC Diagnostic Tool.

By following these steps, you will be able to successfully remove the TOSHIBA PC Diagnostic Tool from your computer.

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