Sure, when it turns back on its fixed but give it 20 min and the problem is back... -1 1 month ago Reply GraniteStateColin I've never had a problem with search Gary2 years ago Thanks! Click on the “Customize” button on the Start menu tab. Mine was set to index unused stuff, but not C:! this contact form
MORESign InJoinCell PhonesComputersConsumer ElectronicsGraphic Design & Video EditingHome Theater & AudioIndustrial TechnologyInternet20 TurboFuture»Computers»Software & Operating Systems Windows 7 Search Not Working: Quick FixUpdated on October 08, 2014 Anurag Ghosh moreAboutFeatured ArticlesProfileJoined:4 Anyone else still have this issue?
Restart Windows Explorer Another quick fix attempt, restarting Windows Explorer might jump-start the taskbar search into working again. To do that, press "Win + R," type services.msc and press the Enter button to open the Services window.Once the services window has been opened, find the "Windows Search" service and There must have been some kind of bad data in that file. May 20, 2016 at 2:07 am Abolfazl saysHi Great!
Windows 7 shows you the Customize Start Menu dialog box. So I searched how to search the start menu, and that led me here. Your operating system searches your documents, libraries, and start menu, indexes them, and returns relevant results based on the keyword(s) entered in the "Search" box.