Device Manager empty in a Windows computer
A Device Manager allows you to view and control the hardware attached to your computer. It highlights the offended hardware to help you deal with the hardware incompatibility issue. However, at times, you find that the Device Manager is empty on your Windows computer, which adds to the problem that you are already facing. The problem arises due to two reasons: either the Windows service has been disabled on your computer or registry for the Device Manager is corrupt. But the issue can be easily resolved by following some simple troubleshooting steps. Don’t know how to do that? Follow our simple step-by-step DIY video to troubleshoot the issue on your own.