Computers are a mess of parts and a mess of code that manages to come out with the correct answer most of the time.
But there's enough errors that one has to wonder why? If I see an MSINFO32 report without any errors in it - I wonder why. But why should we have to expect errors? That'd be a long discussion with a lot of emphasis on how coding is done and how coders judge that the coding is correct.
In short, there's only 2 things that can be wrong with a computer:
We troubleshoot hardware by running a few diagnostic tests. If they show nothing, then we start swapping out parts to figure out what's wrong.
The reports that we look at often will give us a clue about what to look at - but in the end the only sure test is to replace the part with one that's known to be good.
As for software, there's a lot of different things to look at (and reports to scan)
But the most certain tool is a "clean" install (installing Windows properly, but not installing other software).
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