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post Jan 12 2016, 07:29 PM, updated 2d ago

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post Jan 12 2016, 07:57 PM

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delsoo, ah just realized that yours is sl edition. wrong checksum then. will try find the matching one later.

The command is fciv -md5 your.windows.10.iso

replace your.windows.10.iso with correct iso file name with extension.

btw that's the wrong way to create a bootable usb stick. first find out whether your w10 is in uefi mode or bios mode. In control panel > administrative tools > run system information.

QUOTE(stasio @ Jan 12 2016, 07:29 PM)
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post Jan 12 2016, 08:08 PM

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QUOTE(horns @ Jan 12 2016, 07:57 PM)
delsoo, ah just realized that yours is sl edition. wrong checksum then. will try find the matching one later.

The command is fciv -md5 your.windows.10.iso

replace your.windows.10.iso with correct iso file name with extension.

btw that's the wrong way to create a bootable usb stick. first find out whether your w10 is in uefi mode or bios mode. In control panel > administrative tools > run system information.
Nice tqvm!
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wah , this is complicated . I think i will redownload the offline file . I just realised that my downloaded file is iso file ( which will need to be burned to a disc) . Well , i 'm goin to redownload again . How to direct download the 1511 bootable usb file ?
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QUOTE(horns @ Jan 12 2016, 07:57 PM)
delsoo, ah just realized that yours is sl edition. wrong checksum then. will try find the matching one later.

The command is fciv -md5 your.windows.10.iso

replace your.windows.10.iso with correct iso file name with extension.

btw that's the wrong way to create a bootable usb stick. first find out whether your w10 is in uefi mode or bios mode. In control panel > administrative tools > run system information.
Nice tqvm!
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https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10

is this the official link to download the win 10 1511 bootable usb file?
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post Jan 12 2016, 09:39 PM

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QUOTE(delsoo @ Jan 12 2016, 08:21 PM)
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10

is this the official link to download the win 10 1511 bootable usb file?
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Yes.

What's so complicated? I thought of guiding you through a simple process of creating bootable usb stick manually, because i suspect that your iso file is good after all. It didn't work because you did it wrongly apparently.

Nevermind just do what you want. The media creation tool is the same anyway hehe
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post Jan 12 2016, 10:45 PM

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QUOTE(horns @ Jan 12 2016, 07:57 PM)
delsoo, ah just realized that yours is sl edition. wrong checksum then. will try find the matching one later.

The command is fciv -md5 your.windows.10.iso

replace your.windows.10.iso with correct iso file name with extension.

btw that's the wrong way to create a bootable usb stick. first find out whether your w10 is in uefi mode or bios mode. In control panel > administrative tools > run system information.
Nice tqvm!
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i chekced ady , it's UEFI mode , how to proceed then ?
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post Jan 12 2016, 10:52 PM

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QUOTE(horns @ Jan 12 2016, 07:57 PM)
delsoo, ah just realized that yours is sl edition. wrong checksum then. will try find the matching one later.

The command is fciv -md5 your.windows.10.iso

replace your.windows.10.iso with correct iso file name with extension.

btw that's the wrong way to create a bootable usb stick. first find out whether your w10 is in uefi mode or bios mode. In control panel > administrative tools > run system information.
Nice tqvm!
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how to continue from here ?


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post Jan 12 2016, 11:32 PM

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QUOTE(delsoo @ Jan 12 2016, 10:52 PM)
how to continue from here ?
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since you said it's uefi then try this:

1. copy the iso file from usb stick to your hard drive. if you have a copy in your hard drive skip this;
2. format your usb stick with fat32;
3. open your iso file with winrar, then extract its contents directly into usb stick. there is no need to select anything in the iso, use extract button and point the destination to your usb stick and continue.
4. if you wanna do upgrade, run setup.exe in the usb stick; if you wanna do clean install, on reboot, hit the key that let you select boot device and choose uefi: <usb.stick>

edit: step 2 and 3 is how you create bootable usb stick for uefi install manually.

for bios mode install, do step 2 as formatting usb stick with ntfs. step 3 is the same. depending on your system bios, you may need to set your usb stick as active to make it work (using diskpart). alternatively, use rufus.

This post has been edited by horns: Jan 13 2016, 12:14 AM
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post Jan 13 2016, 10:11 AM

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QUOTE(horns @ Jan 12 2016, 11:32 PM)
since you said it's uefi then try this:

1. copy the iso file from usb stick to your hard drive. if you have a copy in your hard drive skip this;
2. format your usb stick with fat32;
3. open your iso file with winrar, then extract its contents directly into usb stick. there is no need to select anything in the iso, use extract button and point the destination to your usb stick and continue.
4. if you wanna do upgrade, run setup.exe in the usb stick; if you wanna do clean install, on reboot, hit the key that let you select boot device and choose uefi: <usb.stick>

edit: step 2 and 3 is how you create bootable usb stick for uefi install manually.

for bios mode install, do step 2 as formatting usb stick with ntfs. step 3 is the same. depending on your system bios, you may need to set your usb stick as active to make it work (using diskpart). alternatively, use rufus.
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viola , upated to 1511 . seems smoother now . thumbup.gif
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post Jan 13 2016, 09:50 PM

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QUOTE(delsoo @ Jan 13 2016, 10:11 AM)
viola , upated to 1511 . seems smoother now .  thumbup.gif
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ok. are you running with w10 on ssd or hdd?
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QUOTE(horns @ Jan 13 2016, 09:50 PM)
ok. are you running with w10 on ssd or hdd?
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Sad that Microsoft is pulling the plug on W8 when W10 is still not stable yet.
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anyone of you encounter this issue the wins 10 seems like crash, all hang. then force restart all my initial desktop files gone, clean wipe. my old desktop files all moved to a windows.old folder in C:drive. this is the 2nd time happened, the first time happened i reformatted it. any idea of the problem, is it windows 10 bugs?
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QUOTE(delsoo @ Jan 13 2016, 09:55 PM)
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oh ok. well nevermind.

QUOTE(UserU @ Jan 13 2016, 11:15 PM)
Sad that Microsoft is pulling the plug on W8 when W10 is still not stable yet.
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it's fine to do it on w8. w8.1 is much better.

QUOTE(quintesson @ Jan 13 2016, 11:54 PM)
anyone of you encounter this issue the wins 10 seems like crash, all hang. then force restart all my initial desktop files gone, clean wipe. my old desktop files all moved to a windows.old folder in C:drive. this is the 2nd time happened, the first time happened i reformatted it. any idea of the problem, is it windows 10 bugs?
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never happen to my computers. it's weird that you have formatted your drive but there was still a windows.old folder in c:.

is this an upgrade or clean install?
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all the time is a clean install. the first time happened i reformatted it and do a clean reinstall and been using for a 3/4months then it happened again. don't know what is causing it to behave like this? i was thinking to install either windows 7 or 8 no more windows 10 for me.
one main thing i dislike windows 10 is can't disable auto update.
some of the files that i have associated with a certain 3rd party program it will will auto re-associate back with windows program causing me to re-associate it yet back again to a 3rd party program.

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Should I upgrade to Windows 10? My Windows 7 always got pop up about W10 =.= Anyway my W7 is tuurenk version.
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QUOTE(quintesson @ Jan 14 2016, 12:29 AM)
all the time is a clean install. the first time happened i reformatted it and do a clean reinstall and been using for a 3/4months then it happened again. don't know what is causing it to behave like this? i was thinking to install either windows 7 or 8 no more windows 10 for me.
one main thing i dislike windows 10 is can't disable auto update.
some of the files that i have associated with a certain 3rd party program it will will auto re-associate back with windows program causing me to re-associate it yet back again to a 3rd party program.
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for windows 10, if not mistaken only pro version can choose to notify you to install windows update, better than don't have
as for the files, do you mean software update (example graphic card) ? if yes go to right click this pc > properties > advance system setting > choose hardware > device installation setting > No
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post Jan 15 2016, 12:41 AM

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QUOTE(stasio @ Jan 14 2016, 04:13 AM)
thanks a lot!
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post Jan 15 2016, 02:06 AM

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It's unbelievable that microsoft uses it's customers as guinea pig to test their unstable operating system. Users are forced to run update without options to turn off for home users. User needs to access through services to disable windows update.
There are also numerous users affected by printer issue.Users who are updated through windows update had error printing message each time they restart windows. while attempting to remove the printer port through device manager and auto reconfig the printer, it suprisingly works again.
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I've been searching for solution to this problem. Can someone tell me why my system information shows that my CPU is 2.3 to 2.3 ? it's supposed to be 3.2Ghz after intel turbo boost.
NO I DONT PIRATE MY WINDOW, i have key but don't want to active yet cuz will change hardware soon. There's considerable amount of lag on reading/writing files, im not sure if there's any correlation with inactive Windows.

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QUOTE(darkskies @ Jan 15 2016, 02:06 AM)
It's unbelievable that microsoft uses it's customers as guinea pig to test their unstable operating system. Users are forced to run update without options to turn off for home users. User needs to access through services to disable windows update.
There are also numerous users affected by printer issue.Users who are updated through windows update had error printing message each time they restart windows. while attempting to remove the printer port through device manager and auto reconfig the printer, it suprisingly works again.
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yeah it's not a good idea for ms to include drivers in windows updates. however automatic driver updates can be disabled. press win+x keys, select system, goto advanced system settings > hardware tab > device installation settings.

QUOTE(Nursh @ Jan 15 2016, 03:21 AM)
I've been searching for solution to this problem. Can someone tell me why my system information shows that my CPU is 2.3 to 2.3 ? it's supposed to be 3.2Ghz after intel turbo boost.
NO I DONT PIRATE MY WINDOW, i have key but don't want to active yet cuz will change hardware soon. There's considerable amount of lag on reading/writing files, im not sure if there's any correlation with inactive Windows.
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the person who told you that one of the values is about turbo boost must be a joker, because both of them are base clocks (intended vs. current base clock)

the solution is to use third party tools like hwinfo to display system information (also in more details).

edit: this is the official way from MS to disable GWX nagging screen, https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3080351

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Hi, how was your experience using Windows 10?

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anyone know a fix for my BSOD problem. Firstly i just installed latest w10 nvidia graphics but still shows exclamation mark in device manager GTX460! then my w10 keeps bsodding because of igdkm64.sys, i alr tried clearing all my intel drivers using DDU in safe is mode but still getting this bsod. If i try to install any w10 intel graphic drivers the same BSOD will appear.
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I noticed that the cpu usage for Windows 10 1511 is quite high . LAst time , when i turned on the power saving mode , the temp of CPU will stay at around 35-40 c . But now , it will stay at 43-45c ...
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QUOTE(stasio @ Jan 22 2016, 06:56 AM)
Thanks a lot! Saved for collection purposes.

From the changelog i will skip testing this one also. The current stable 1511 is good smile.gif
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gy\uys , I downloaded the windows update standalone installer file KB3124262 today from the Microsoft website . When I try to run it on my pc , error code 0x8007000d occur . Does it mean the file is corrupted ? I will have to download the file and install it again ?
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QUOTE(delsoo @ Jan 28 2016, 03:16 PM)
gy\uys , I downloaded the windows update standalone installer file KB3124262 today from the Microsoft website . When I try to run it on my pc , error code 0x8007000d occur . Does it mean the file is corrupted ? I will have to download the file and install it again ?
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I have successfully installed the update by using windows update.
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Being running for a week on Windows 10 in my machine. But dislike about the cortana, Windows store.. So decided to change to Windows 10 LTSB version. This is the version without cortana and Windows store.


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QUOTE(darkskies @ Jan 15 2016, 02:06 AM)
It's unbelievable that microsoft uses it's customers as guinea pig to test their unstable operating system. Users are forced to run update without options to turn off for home users. User needs to access through services to disable windows update.
There are also numerous users affected by printer issue.Users who are updated through windows update had error printing message each time they restart windows. while attempting to remove the printer port through device manager and auto reconfig the printer, it suprisingly works again.
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windows 10 is hardly a testing software. Once it is installed, it is very stable. I think the upgrade process is the one that is a bit unstable on some devices. But generally, in no way customers are guinea pig. You need to know that before launching of any Windows OS, they have preview version and even beta version. Lots of testing has been done before it is released.

The windows update is by design that they force it on users. Because a lot of the times virus infection and malware are due to users not updating their windows. This give microsoft a bad name. In order to help reduce the bad image, they are forcing all users to keep the OS updated.

However, that doesn't mean they are bug free. There is still some bugs here and there. Like the printer issue you mentioned that need to be fixed. Other than that I think Windows 10 is a big step forward since Windows 7.
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My only issues with Windows 10 is that Chrome lags like shit.
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QUOTE(delsoo @ Jan 29 2016, 08:41 AM)
I have successfully installed the update by using windows update.
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QUOTE(aliesterfiend @ Jan 29 2016, 05:52 PM)
My only issues with Windows 10 is that Chrome lags like shit.
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the hardware acceleration thing in chrome? try turn it off and see if it solved the issue.
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QUOTE(horns @ Jan 30 2016, 01:40 AM)
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the hardware acceleration thing in chrome? try turn it off and see if it solved the issue.
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Thanks. I'll try that.
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Hi, hi. Currently setup; Windows 7 32 bit. And I wanted to update to Windows 10 64 bit.

Correct me if I'm wrong...

1) Fresh install Windows 7 32 bit on a new HDD (because I wanted to upgrade my HDD to 1TB at the same time)
2) Setup and activate Windows 7 32 bit
3) Upgrade free to Windows 10 32 bit
4) Download and install Media Creation Tool
5) Create installation media for Windows 10 64 bit; USB or ISO file
6) Reboot from USB or DVD (ISO file) and INSTALL

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QUOTE(domo_kun @ Feb 2 2016, 01:36 PM)
Hi, hi. Currently setup; Windows 7 32 bit. And I wanted to update to Windows 10 64 bit.

Correct me if I'm wrong...

1) Fresh install Windows 7 32 bit on a new HDD (because I wanted to upgrade my HDD to 1TB at the same time)
2) Setup and activate Windows 7 32 bit
3) Upgrade free to Windows 10 32 bit
4) Download and install Media Creation Tool
5) Create installation media for Windows 10 64 bit; USB or ISO file
6) Reboot from USB or DVD (ISO file) and INSTALL

Betul ahh?  unsure.gif
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yes.

basically a 32bit os cannot be upgraded to a 64bit w10 directly. however, once you have upgraded to w10 32bit from the old one (make sure the computer is online and activated), and you do a clean install to get rid of the 32bit os and replace it with a 64bit w10, you computer should be activated online automatically.

about step 6, you extract contents of the iso file directly into usb drive, or burn the iso into dvd. some users did it wrongly by copying the whole iso as is into the drive, which will not work.
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QUOTE(horns @ Feb 2 2016, 01:58 PM)
yes.

basically a 32bit os cannot be upgraded to a 64bit w10 directly. however, once you have upgraded to w10 32bit from the old one (make sure the computer is online and activated), and you do a clean install to get rid of the 32bit os and replace it with a 64bit w10, you computer should be activated online automatically.

about step 6, you extract contents of the iso file directly into usb drive, or burn the iso into dvd. some users did it wrongly by copying the whole iso as is into the drive, which will not work.
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You mean when I'm using the Media Tool, I'll be extracting the contents real time directly from Microsoft website into a USB drive or burning the contents directly from Microsoft to the DVD?
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QUOTE(domo_kun @ Feb 2 2016, 03:02 PM)
You mean when I'm using the Media Tool, I'll be extracting the contents real time directly from Microsoft website into a USB drive or burning the contents directly from Microsoft to the DVD?
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No. I mean you download and save the iso file in your hdd/storage with media tool, then make the usb/dvd installer with that iso.
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QUOTE(domo_kun @ Feb 2 2016, 03:02 PM)
You mean when I'm using the Media Tool, I'll be extracting the contents real time directly from Microsoft website into a USB drive or burning the contents directly from Microsoft to the DVD?
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If you choose to download the ISO file,
You will need this small tool to transfer the ISO to a DVD/USB drive : http://wudt.codeplex.com/
(because manual copy won't make the DVD/USB drive bootable)
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Weird, but I keep getting Error code 0x800704DD - 0x90016 even though I am the administrator running the tool.

Edit: Ahh, after the fourth time, I'm able to build it on a USB drive. Let's try again for ISO. sweat.gif

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QUOTE(xonedl @ Feb 3 2016, 02:48 AM)
If you choose to download the ISO file,
You will need this small tool to transfer the ISO to a DVD/USB drive : http://wudt.codeplex.com/
(because manual copy won't make the DVD/USB drive bootable)
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it depends.

yes you can use tools like wudt or rufus for this, but there is an easier way if your mobo bios supports uefi. the process of creating a w8.x/w10 usb installer is as simple as:
1. format the usb stick with fat32;
2. open the iso file with archiving tools like 7zip or winrar, then extract the contents of iso directly into the usb stick.

QUOTE(domo_kun @ Feb 3 2016, 07:24 AM)
Weird, but I keep getting Error code 0x800704DD - 0x90016 even though I am the administrator running the tool.

Edit: Ahh, after the fourth time, I'm able to build it on a USB drive. Let's try again for ISO.  sweat.gif
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it's a common problem (related to permissions). do a search with the error codes will get you options to fix it. the most probable fix is to run the tool with a local administrator account.
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QUOTE(horns @ Feb 3 2016, 09:01 AM)
it depends.

yes you can use tools like wudt or rufus for this, but there is an easier way if your mobo bios supports uefi. the process of creating a w8.x/w10 usb installer is as simple as:
1. format the usb stick with fat32;
2. open the iso file with archiving tools like 7zip or winrar, then extract the contents of iso directly into the usb stick.
it's a common problem (related to permissions). do a search with the error codes will get you options to fix it. the most probable fix is to run the tool with a local administrator account.
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Yup, that was the funny part. No changes were done yet on the 4th time, it was built successfully on the USB. In progress with the ISO... Let see how it goes, hehe.

Edit: Both USB and ISO files for 64 bit were created successfully. Both also bootable with any extra configurations. I'll try them out during the CNY holidays, after I got my hands on a new HDD.

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hi , guys . I encountered reference by pointer bsod several times this week . Anybody know to solve this issue ?
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hi , guys . I encountered reference by pointer bsod several times this week . Anybody know to solve this issue ?
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do you mind sharing more information like your pc specs, and more clues for others to help you better?

log entries in event viewer will be helpful. also, you can check out nirsoft's bluescreenview to check if there are logs created about such bsod's.
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do you mind sharing more information like your pc specs, and more clues for others to help you better?

log entries in event viewer will be helpful. also, you can check out nirsoft's bluescreenview to check if there are logs created about such bsod's.
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i dont have it installed on my pc before bsod . can it trace back the bsod so that we can know what caused the bsod??
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Yes, you should be able to do that.

I never experience bsods yet. There were some during old
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Yes, you should be able to do that.

I never experience bsods yet. There were some during old
tech preview days, but mostly were related to the unpolished state w10 was, and drivers at that point of time. (All fixed now) Since the initial july release iinm it's been solid. After 1511 it's even better.
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can you look at the log i posted above ? what caused the bsod ? rclxub.gif

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can you look at the log i posted above ? what caused the bsod ?  rclxub.gif
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ram-related? try reseat your ram, then run memtest86+ (http://www.memtest.org/) for at least 3 passes. (the test is lengthy; leave the computer on let it run while you sleep)
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i run the ram test using windows memory test last time ( not very sure about the name of the programmes , but is windows programmes , not 3rd party ) , no problem found . doh.gif
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QUOTE(delsoo @ Feb 16 2016, 01:36 AM)
i run the ram test using windows memory test last time ( not very sure about the name of the programmes , but is windows programmes , not 3rd party  ) , no problem found .  doh.gif
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Another possibility is the intel gpu driver. You can try to get and use the latest one from intel download center.
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Maybe you should check out kaspersky's product helps/howtos about this.
No harm to run it again to make sure. Hardware issues must be rectified first. If it's the culprit, whatever software-based remedies will end up the same unresolved outcomes.

Another possibility is the intel gpu driver. You can try to get and use the latest one from intel download center.
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memtest must be sent to pendrive to run the file ? i have downloaded th iso file , how to run it ? hmm.gif

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memtest must be sent to pendrive to run the file ? i have downloaded th iso file , how to run it ?  hmm.gif
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the easiest one is to create a bootable usb stick with its usb installer. boot the computer with it and tests will be run automatically iinm.
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edit: run the usb installer, and follow the steps.

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http://memtest.org/#downiso

edit: run the usb installer, and follow the steps.
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how to boot from usb drive ? i have followed the steps and the pendrive's name became MULTIBOOT now .
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how to boot from usb drive ? i have followed the steps and the pendrive's name became MULTIBOOT now .
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after the test is completed , need to change the boot options again so that it can boot to win 10 ?
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after the test is completed , need to change the boot options again so that it can boot to win 10 ?
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I have tried it severa;l times , i gt into the advanced startup menu and selected the pendrive that contain the bootable file , but the pc restart , no memory test , dunno what's wrong . rclxub.gif
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I have tried it severa;l times , i gt into the advanced startup menu and selected the pendrive that contain the bootable file , but the pc restart , no memory test , dunno what's wrong .  rclxub.gif
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did you disable fast boot in bios as explained at the beginning in the article? if you did, disable also secureboot in bios. (normally not necessary)

please read the whole thing. there are many ways to do this in the article. if option one didn't work, try the next one.

i assume you're not actually technical savvy but wanna learn something out of this, so i try to help you out as much as i can. however, you really need to help yourself. btw, tenforums.com is a good place to learn about w10. go ahead and check their tutorials out. it helps.


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did you disable fast boot in bios as explained at the beginning in the article? if you did, disable also secureboot in bios. (normally not necessary)

please read the whole thing. there are many ways to do this in the article. if option one didn't work, try the next one.

i assume you're not actually technical savvy but wanna learn something out of this, so i try to help you out as much as i can. however, you really need to help yourself. btw, tenforums.com is a good place to learn about w10. go ahead and check their tutorials out. it helps.
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ya , i disabled it . it still boot to win 10 . sweat.gif
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ya , i disabled it . it still boot to win 10 .  sweat.gif
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try option two in the article. on boot, press repeatedly the key that lets you boot with other devices (normally on post screen they will tell you which key to press, eg. esc, f11, f12)
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Tried that, but still boot to win10....
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Tried that, but still boot to win10....
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try this: once you're in w10 desktop, try reboot it (not shutdown). once the screen goes blank/black, spam (press repeatedly) the particular key that gets you boot device menu/options. the settings of fastboot and secureboot must be disabled in bios.

it's funny that you cannot do this, because it's basically the common way to boot other bootable devices (dvd, usb stick). it's just that not all mobos/laptops use the same key for this purpose.

what computer are you using? (if it's a desktop computer tell me the mobo model; if it's a laptop tell me the brand and model)
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try this: once you're in w10 desktop, try reboot it (not shutdown). once the screen goes blank/black, spam (press repeatedly) the particular key that gets you boot device menu/options. the settings of fastboot and secureboot must be disabled in bios.

it's funny that you cannot do this, because it's basically the common way to boot other bootable devices (dvd, usb stick). it's just that not all mobos/laptops use the same key for this purpose.

what computer are you using? (if it's a desktop computer tell me the mobo model; if it's a laptop tell me the brand and model)
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the correct key to spawn for common asus laptops is esc key. firstly i think you need to set up your bios properly.

1. press and hold f2 key, power up your laptop. continue to press and hold the f2 key until bios screen is shown;
2. goto boot tab, enable launch csm; make sure fast boot is disabled;
3. goto security tab, make sure secureboot control is disabled; press f10 to save and exit bios; turn the computer off.

then,

1. plug in the usb stick;
2. press and hold esc key, then power your laptop. press and hold until you see boot menu list is shown;
3. select usb stick from the boot menu list.

if this cannot work, i don't know what will sorry.

edit: after tests are completed (when you decide to stop it), make sure check the first part to restore respective bios settings to the original ones, or your laptop will not boot normally.

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the correct key to spawn for common asus laptops is esc key. firstly i think you need to set up your bios properly.

1. press and hold f2 key, power up your laptop. continue to press and hold the f2 key until bios screen is shown;
2. goto boot tab, enable launch csm; make sure fast boot is disabled;
3. goto security tab, make sure secureboot control is disabled; press f10 to save and exit bios; turn the computer off.

then,

1. plug in the usb stick;
2. press and hold esc key, then power your laptop. press and hold until you see boot menu list is shown;
3. select usb stick from the boot menu list.

if this cannot work, i don't know what will sorry.
I still can't boot to the bios screen. Can I use the setting>recovery> advanced startup to reach the bios screen???
edit: after tests are completed (when you decide to stop it), make sure check the first part to restore respective bios settings to the original ones, or your laptop will not boot normally.
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yes you can.

you have a weird asus laptop. i just happened to have an asus laptop running w10 beside me. the first part was what i did to goto bios screen. the second part was how i choosed different usb devices to boot. tested and verified.

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yes you can.

you have a weird asus laptop. i just happened to have an asus laptop running w10 beside me. the first part was what i did to goto bios screen. the second part was how i choosed different usb devices to boot. tested and verified.
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i followed the steps that you told me , yet still boot to win10 . rclxub.gif sweat.gif doh.gif btw , i have run the windows memory diagnostic tool , no problem found . Back to the topic now , it 's the gpu driver that caused BSOD ? P/s : I also got into the bsod setting theu the advancved startup options , but not thru pressing f2

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i followed the steps that you told me , yet still boot to win10 . rclxub.gif  sweat.gif  doh.gif  btw , i have run the windows memory diagnostic tool , no problem found . Back to the topic now , it 's the gpu driver that caused BSOD ? P/s : I also got into the bsod setting theu the advancved startup options , but not thru pressing f2
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ok. built-in mem tests are short and simple. however it's not that thorough.

yeah i suspected that it's your igpu driver.

maybe a clean install will make it work. (since you were not able to goto bios or boot from other usb devices, i think you never did a clean install before)
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Check USB settings under BIOS?

Sorry, what was the problem?
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ok. built-in mem tests are short and simple. however it's not that thorough.

yeah i suspected that it's your igpu driver.

maybe a clean install will make it work. (since you were not able to goto bios or boot from other usb devices, i think you never did a clean install before)
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you mean clean install of windows ?
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I should have done this during my holiday. However, holidays almost come to the end, and I am going back to studyin few days time, so not free to do that .haiz.
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I should have done this during my holiday. However, holidays almost come to the end, and I am going back to studyin few days time, so not free to do that .haiz.
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well next time maybe hehe

i just feel weird that you couldn't go to bios screen. it's actually pretty simple but in your case i really don't know how to say.
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How long does it take to install Windows 10 after downloading Win. 10 updates? I'm downloading Win. 10 updates now (progress is 54%, bcause of slow internet), but I'll put my laptop to sleep mode & resume downloads 2moro.

Can anyone tell me whether it's worth it upgrading frm Win. 8.1? Frm wat I've seen on d internet, upgrading takes a long time...  unsure.gif
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the time needed depends on your system (eg. how many software applications are on your old os; doing it on ssd or hdd). to cut the time shorter, you can grab w10 iso with media creation tool, make a bootable usb with it, and run setup.exe in it to do offline upgrade. you can run the same bootable usb to do a clean install of w10 later, after successful upgrade. (make sure the computer is connected to the internet during the upgrade)

before doing anything, it's safer to do a full data backup to external storage.

tbh, worth it or not, it's up to you to tell (it's really a personal preference). some adapt to w10 quickly and their systems are running fine; some have hiccups here and there and do not like it. in terms of costs, the upgrade is still free before 29 July 2016.

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the time needed depends on your system (eg. how many software applications are on your old os; doing it on ssd or hdd). to cut the time shorter, you can grab w10 iso with media creation tool, make a bootable usb with it, and run setup.exe in it to do offline upgrade. you can run the same bootable usb to do a clean install of w10 later, after successful upgrade. (make sure the computer is connected to the internet during the upgrade)

before doing anything, it's safer to do a full data backup to external storage.

tbh, worth it or not, it's up to you to tell (it's really a personal preference). some adapt to w10 quickly and their systems are running fine; some have hiccups here and there and do not like it. in terms of costs, the upgrade is still free before 29 July 2016.
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this morning, I resumed d download, but d download failed towards 100%. I'm re-downloading d Windows 10 update and I think I'll juz forgo d Win. 10 upgrade should this current download fails, bcause I feel dat upgrading my Win. 8.1 to Win. 10 is juz too time consuming & too much of a hassle, due to my slow internet connection & bcause I'm juz not tech-savvy enuf... blush.gif
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thanks for d reply!  smile.gif
this morning, I resumed d download, but d download failed towards 100%. I'm re-downloading d Windows 10 update and I think I'll juz forgo d Win. 10 upgrade should this current download fails, bcause I feel dat upgrading my Win. 8.1 to Win. 10 is juz too time consuming & too much of a hassle, due to my slow internet connection & bcause I'm juz not tech-savvy enuf...  blush.gif
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good luck; yeah with slow internet, everything will be much slow. in such case, the better upgrade method is to download w10 iso and do it offline.

for things like os upgrades, it's better not to take it lightly if your computer is the main one for daily use. although it's not the end of the world, but disasters can be PITA. fortunately, associated risks that can lead to disasters usually can be minimized with a simple preparation and recovery plan (prepare for the worst; you can recover much more faster when bad things happen):
1. make full system and data backups;
2. download all latest and compatible drivers for new os;
3. download w10 iso and prepare the bootable usb stick.

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good luck; yeah with slow internet, everything will be much slow. in such case, the better upgrade method is to download w10 iso and do it offline.

for things like os upgrades, it's better not to take it lightly if your computer is the main one for daily use. although it's not the end of the world, but disasters can be PITA. fortunately, associated risks that can lead to disasters usually can be minimized with a simple preparation and recovery plan (prepare for the worst; you can recover much more faster when bad things happen):
1. make full system and data backups;
2. download all latest and compatible drivers for new os;
3. download w10 iso and prepare the bootable usb stick.
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it took my laptop 6hrs to finish downloading d Win. 10 updates. After dat, I started d upgrade process, which went smoothly, fortunately. thumbup.gif
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it took my laptop 6hrs to finish downloading d Win. 10 updates. After dat, I started d upgrade process, which went smoothly, fortunately.  thumbup.gif
I didnt do it d ISO way, though. But thanks for d feedback anyway~  notworthy.gif
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Been upgraded from Win 7 Pro for few days, what I find is this Win 10 a bit sluggish, longer boot-time and softwares' launch time. Also not as good looking as Win 7 Aero Glass. Infact, I feel Win 10 has cheap plasticky interface like Win 8.

I miss Win 7 now......
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QUOTE(wangwangi @ Mar 3 2016, 11:11 AM)
Been upgraded from Win 7 Pro for few days, what I find is this Win 10 a bit sluggish, longer boot-time and softwares' launch time. Also not as good looking as Win 7 Aero Glass. Infact, I feel Win 10 has cheap plasticky interface like Win 8.

I miss Win 7 now......
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Is it very slow or a bit slow. If very slow, and desktop icon very slow to load, try to disable windows defender. Also some hardware drivers that are not optimized for Windows 10 also make load up time slow. Anyway, I think Windows 10 has option to revert back to Windows 7.
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Is it very slow or a bit slow. If very slow, and desktop icon very slow to load, try to disable windows defender. Also some hardware drivers that are not optimized for Windows 10 also make load up time slow. Anyway, I think Windows 10 has option to revert back to Windows 7.
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Just a bit slower. Maybe due to my aging hardwares?? I don't use windows defender, I use Comodo Internet Security Free version.
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Just a bit slower. Maybe due to my aging hardwares?? I don't use windows defender, I use Comodo Internet Security Free version.
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i can install latest kaspersky internet security 2016 ( 16.0.0.614(e)) as the earlier build of kis2016 keep on reboot the whole system in previous windows10 insider preview build...

also, hv just upgraded office365 insider to 16.0.6568.2036...
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nice, downloading the 10586.117 ISO
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sweet thanks!

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personally i think w10 is getting better after recent patches.

note that i do have some system optimizations applied based on mainly blackviper's guide (www.blackviper.com/service-configurations/black-vipers-windows-10-service-configurations/) and some other sources. it does help make the os to run in a more efficient manner in terms of system resources (eg. disabling unnecessary services running in the background).

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Mostly. I disabled some that are the same as default because i don't need them too. It's better to check them out one by one.
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if you want, you can test it yourself by disabling it and see if it has impacts to your system. you should be able to turn it back on when shits happen hehe (i do such tests all the times lol)


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personally i think w10 is getting better after recent patches.
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Hi all,

Recently I updated to the latest version of Windows 10, and I'm very frustrated with it. After the update, it takes longer to boot up Windows, clicking on the start button doesn't show the start menu instantly (need to wait for 1-2seconds) and I can't freaking search in the start menu! Anyone facing the same problem?

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QUOTE(HMMaster @ Mar 13 2016, 09:15 PM)
Hi all,

Recently I updated to the latest version of Windows 10, and I'm very frustrated with it. After the update, it takes longer to boot up Windows, clicking on the start button doesn't show the start menu instantly (need to wait for 1-2seconds) and I can't freaking search in the start menu! Anyone facing the same problem?
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after doing a full data backup, i suggest you to do a system reset. better yet do a clean install. trouble shooting an upgraded w10 can be a pita.
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QUOTE(horns @ Mar 13 2016, 10:16 PM)
after doing a full data backup, i suggest you to do a system reset. better yet do a clean install. trouble shooting an upgraded w10 can be a pita.
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Thanks for the suggestion. I reinstall Cortana by following the steps below:-

http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows...0e763858?auth=1

Doesn't work right away after the powershell script. I think it needs to re-download the updates and reinstall it. Then only it works.

And it is working now! Start menu start normally and search is working again! biggrin.gif
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QUOTE(HMMaster @ Mar 14 2016, 06:41 PM)
Thanks for the suggestion. I reinstall Cortana by following the steps below:-

http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows...0e763858?auth=1

Doesn't work right away after the powershell script. I think it needs to re-download the updates and reinstall it. Then only it works.

And it is working now! Start menu start normally and search is working again!  biggrin.gif
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Good for you smile.gif

Although machines here worked fine after w10 upgrade, i did clean installs to all of them just in case hehe
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guys....i need some quick help here..
my pc went to hang and freeze after 30 min ..its been occur after latest update..

i am thinking to reset this pc , but its that any way that i can reset the pc without delete all my files ?? alot of photo and movie in my C drive...
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QUOTE(verdangilte @ Mar 17 2016, 09:40 PM)
guys....i need some quick help here..
my pc went to hang and freeze after 30 min ..its been occur after latest update..

i am thinking to reset this pc , but its that any way that i can reset the pc without delete all my files ?? alot of photo and movie in my C drive...
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just in case, you should do a full data backup to an external storage first.

after that, do a refresh, not reset. be careful and choose to keep your personal files in the process.

http://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/4090-re...ndows-10-a.html

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QUOTE(horns @ Mar 18 2016, 12:26 AM)
just in case, you should do a full data backup to an external storage first.

after that, do a refresh, not reset. be careful and choose to keep your personal files in the process.

http://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/4090-re...ndows-10-a.html
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arggg....70gb of my picture and my movie... bangwall.gif

win10 still dun have solution to settle auto update ?? except disable it by service ??
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arggg....70gb of my picture and my movie... bangwall.gif

win10 still dun have solution to settle auto update ?? except disable it by service ??
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next time you should move your save locations away from os partition. press win+i then choose system > storage to configure.

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afaik there are some 'workarounds' (disabling by service is the most straight forward one; some others work on w10 pro edition only), but there is no official feature that can do this.


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QUOTE(horns @ Mar 18 2016, 09:29 AM)
:/

next time you should move your save locations away from os partition. press win+i then choose system > storage to configure.

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afaik there are some 'workarounds' (disabling by service is the most straight forward one; some others work on w10 pro edition only), but there is no official feature that can do this.
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i am dayummm frustrated due to my pc will hang suddenly and freeze at there until i unplug my power supply..

any idea to roll back the updated ? just need roll back to previous one is more than enough..
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QUOTE(verdangilte @ Mar 18 2016, 04:47 PM)
i am dayummm frustrated due to my pc will hang suddenly and freeze at there until i unplug my power supply..

any idea to roll back the updated ? just need roll back to previous one is more than enough..
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if system restore is enabled i guess you can do that. press win+x, choose system > advanced system settings > system protection.
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if system restore is enabled i guess you can do that. press win+x, choose system > advanced system settings > system protection.
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trIED uninstall some update ..see whether my freeze problem can settle or not...if not..force to clean install
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trIED uninstall some update ..see whether my freeze problem can settle or not...if not..force to clean install
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the problem solved by uninstall some window update...damyummm
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Uh? Exactly which one? I have installed all updates none of them cause issues here. (The oldest machine that i have is like 4 years old)
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Uh? Exactly which one? I have installed all updates none of them cause issues here. (The oldest machine that i have is like 4 years old)
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I notice tat my disc usage can easily go till 100% .sometimes is the compressed memory, sometimes is my player for video , sometimes is window search... any idea on it ??

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sometimes i click on start button but no menu come up after many tries, so i shut down anyway.

then after boot up a message says cortana hangs/fails at startup and i'm forced to restart. if shut down and boot up i get the same thing, click on start menu nothing happen. must restart to restore start button.

how to solve this?
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QUOTE(verdangilte @ Apr 6 2016, 06:28 AM)
Damyummmm... problema occurs again
I notice tat my disc usage can easily go till 100%  .sometimes is the compressed memory, sometimes is my player for video , sometimes is window search... any idea on it ??

My fren suggest me just save all my video n my files to hdd n do a clean [email protected]@
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You can try determine which software is causing heavy disk activities via task manager (use ctrl+shift+esc to call it out). Disable them if possible.

You can also try to disable as many system services as possible based on blackviper's list (blackviper.com). Test and check each service one at a time to make sure they don't give bad system effects to your computer. Also, use system optimizations in wise registry cleaner to apply some optimizations.

For w10, you should also check all sections in settings, and disable whatever that can potentially take up system resources, for instance, background activities by a list of apps. Some said disabling windows updates service can help, but i never disable it. I also run tools like shutup10 and dws to get rid of everything that i know i will never run.

If all the above didn't work, back things up and do a clean install, then reapply system optimizations. If it still doesn't work, use ssd as os drive (hdd as data drive) and start over. This last part was what i did for new laptops with mainstream cpu, 16gb of ram, running os on hdd. To me they were still slow after a clean install and system optimizations. I rather spend some money now to get ssd than sufferring forever.

For those who think, 'who dont know ssd can help? I just need to know what can be done for hdd-based systems', the truth is, you cannot do much. (The outcomes are of course depending on individual expectation. In my case it doesn't help much) For today's optimal user computing, imo you can save a lot of time and you can do alot more just by switching to ssd as os drive. (Even cheap value / entry level ssds can help because of its abundant iops)

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QUOTE(langlang23456 @ Apr 6 2016, 08:33 AM)
sometimes i click on start button but no menu come up after many tries, so i shut down anyway.

then after boot up a message says cortana hangs/fails at startup and i'm forced to restart. if shut down and boot up i get the same thing, click on start menu nothing happen. must restart to restore start button.

how to solve this?
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Try this?

https://forum.lowyat.net/index.php?showtopi...post&p=79099518
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Just checking. If I add a new SSD and make it for OS, does my existing account usable ? Or is that consider a new rig which will need a new licence already ?

Can I install the new SSD and then clone the existing OS from my current HDD ?
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thanks. other than this w10 is pretty smooth.
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QUOTE(aliesterfiend @ Apr 6 2016, 10:32 AM)
Just checking. If I add a new SSD and make it for OS, does my existing account usable ? Or is that consider a new rig which will need a new licence already ?

Can I install the new SSD and then clone the existing OS from my current HDD ?
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Swapping hdd with ssd is ok, you dont need to do anything. It's when you change mobo that you need reactivation. If it's retail key, call ms for help. If it's oem key, changing mobo invalidates the key, so you need to get a new one.

Yes you can clone the os to new ssd.

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QUOTE(horns @ Apr 6 2016, 08:58 AM)
You can try determine which software is causing heavy disk activities via task manager (use ctrl+shift+esc to call it out). Disable them if possible.

You can also try to disable as many system services as possible based on blackviper's list (blackviper.com). Test and check each service one at a time to make sure they don't give bad system effects to your computer. Also, use system optimizations in wise registry cleaner to apply some optimizations.

For w10, you should also check all sections in settings, and disable whatever that can potentially take up system resources, for instance, background activities by a list of apps. Some said disabling windows updates service can help, but i never disable it. I also run tools like shutup10 and dws to get rid of everything that i know i will never run.

If all the above didn't work, back things up and do a clean install, then reapply system optimizations. If it still doesn't work, use ssd as os drive (hdd as data drive) and start over. This last part was what i did for new laptops with mainstream cpu, 16gb of ram, running os on hdd. To me they were still slow after a clean install and system optimizations. I rather spend some money now to get ssd than sufferring forever.

For those who think, 'who dont know ssd can help? I just need to know what can be done for hdd-based systems', the truth is, you cannot do much. (The outcomes are of course depending on individual expectation. In my case it doesn't help much) For today's optimal user computing, imo you can save a lot of time and you can do alot more just by switching to ssd as os drive. (Even cheap value / entry level ssds can help because of its abundant iops)
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tried ur way ...hope its wont freeze anymore...i uninstall my kaspersky as well...
normally the program that cause 100% disc usage is system and compressed memory
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QUOTE(stasio @ Apr 7 2016, 07:59 AM)
thanks, as always!

QUOTE(verdangilte @ Apr 7 2016, 09:49 AM)
tried ur way ...hope its wont freeze anymore...i uninstall my kaspersky as well...
normally the program that cause 100% disc usage is system and compressed memory
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oh best of luck :/ my system and compressed memory is like 0% at all times (maybe it's because this computer has 32gb ram)
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QUOTE(horns @ Apr 7 2016, 11:29 AM)
thanks, as always!
oh best of luck :/ my system and compressed memory is like 0% at all times (maybe it's because this computer has 32gb ram)
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32gb ram ?? holy...previously 4gb ram is more than enough for win7...nvr think to upgrade ..

but the weird is..my fren have exactly same lappy with me and using win10 as well. but he gt no problem at all
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QUOTE(verdangilte @ Apr 7 2016, 03:20 PM)
32gb ram ?? holy...previously 4gb ram is more than enough for win7...nvr think to upgrade ..

but the weird is..my fren have exactly same lappy with me and using win10 as well. but he gt no problem at all
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if it's good enough for you just don't bother about it. nowadays imo for optimal user experience (hence better productivity): 8gb is good for common use; 16gb for games; 32gb for work mostly (running few vms concurrently).

hm maybe the differences are not about hardware entirely, but software that were installed.
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QUOTE(horns @ Apr 7 2016, 03:42 PM)
if it's good enough for you just don't bother about it. nowadays imo for optimal user experience (hence better productivity): 8gb is good for common use; 16gb for games; 32gb for work mostly (running few vms concurrently).

hm maybe the differences are not about hardware entirely, but software that were installed.
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yup...i bet that is the reason...did u have any idea how much a 4gb ram cost nowadays ?
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yup...i bet that is the reason...did u have any idea how much a 4gb ram cost nowadays ?
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for laptop ram it's about myr75 i think (ddr3 1600mhz). desktop ram should be cheaper.
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alright...will get my self another 4gb ram to see it can be solved
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QUOTE(horns @ Apr 8 2016, 03:25 AM)
for laptop ram it's about myr75 i think (ddr3 1600mhz). desktop ram should be cheaper.
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QUOTE(skylinelover @ Apr 8 2016, 01:41 PM)
And yet i still using 8 gig 4 gaming laugh.gif
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btw ddr4 is getting cheaper these days. previously i got my ddr4 8gb stick like at myr 250+. now a ddr4 16gb stick is at similar price. i'm gonna push it to 128gb later biggrin.gif
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QUOTE(aliesterfiend @ Apr 6 2016, 10:32 AM)
Just checking. If I add a new SSD and make it for OS, does my existing account usable ? Or is that consider a new rig which will need a new licence already ?
Can I install the new SSD and then clone the existing OS from my current HDD ?
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License bind with mobo
Adding extra media drive wont affect the serial
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QUOTE(gengstapo @ Apr 8 2016, 02:47 PM)
License bind with mobo
Adding extra media drive wont affect the serial
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want ask - chg mobo -> install window back using build v1511 (nov) ->activate back using win 8.1 pro key = profit?

also, changing mobo will force user to re-install/format window again? last time i did this is during win 7 era...which i need to format and reinstall back window on my C drive sad.gif

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QUOTE(sai86 @ Apr 8 2016, 02:57 PM)
want ask - chg mobo -> install window back using build v1511 (nov) ->activate back using win 8.1 pro key = profit?

also, changing mobo will force user to  re-install/format window again? last time i did this is during win 7 era...which i need to format and reinstall back window on my C drive  sad.gif
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Its not an option bro
Change mobo means new clean instll must be done
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QUOTE(gengstapo @ Apr 8 2016, 03:03 PM)
Its not an option bro
Change mobo means new clean instll must be done
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ish, need to backup my things on C drive then. especially game save files  laugh.gif
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I always lost my game save file(s) laugh.gif laugh.gif
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QUOTE(horns @ Apr 8 2016, 02:39 PM)
haha it's fine as long as everything is good for you.

btw ddr4 is getting cheaper these days. previously i got my ddr4 8gb stick like at myr 250+. now a ddr4 16gb stick is at similar price. i'm gonna push it to 128gb later biggrin.gif
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you sir are very nuts laugh.gif

4 me spending more on ram alone is crazy laugh.gif
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Im usually excited to try new OS &
I always lost my game save file(s)  laugh.gif  laugh.gif
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you sir are very nuts laugh.gif

4 me spending more on ram alone is crazy laugh.gif
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It just occured to me that you can't disable windows update in Windows 10. Any idea on how to disable it? biggrin.gif
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It just occured to me that you can't disable windows update in Windows 10. Any idea on how to disable it?  biggrin.gif
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http://www.howtogeek.com/224471/how-to-pre...oading-updates/

Also disable the Windows Update service.

http://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/35656-e...ndows-10-a.html
^ Metered connection will prevent auto-update

I did all these because my sole internet line is on my monthly mobile 3GB connection. Ain't gonna waste it for Windows Update.
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QUOTE(tinarhian @ Apr 9 2016, 12:06 AM)
It just occured to me that you can't disable windows update in Windows 10. Any idea on how to disable it?  biggrin.gif
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4 what disable? Leave it enable is better ma. rclxms.gif
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QUOTE(Skylinestar @ Apr 9 2016, 02:31 AM)
http://www.howtogeek.com/224471/how-to-pre...oading-updates/

Also disable the Windows Update service.

http://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/35656-e...ndows-10-a.html
^ Metered connection will prevent auto-update

I did all these because my sole internet line is on my monthly mobile 3GB connection. Ain't gonna waste it for Windows Update.
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Cool! I just dont get Microsoft. First the start button was missing in Windows 8 and then now disable windows update is missing in Windows 10.

Can't they make things more simpler for the simple user? Sheesh.
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QUOTE(skylinelover @ Apr 9 2016, 09:56 AM)
4 what disable? Leave it enable is better ma. rclxms.gif
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What if someone forget to save their work? You know that sucks. dry.gif
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QUOTE(skylinelover @ Apr 9 2016, 09:56 AM)
4 what disable? Leave it enable is better ma. rclxms.gif
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i cant install the windows 10 i dont know why

i click upgrade now... restart pc and nothing happens... 5-6 times dy

go to windows update manually to upgrade... same thing

i have 22 gb free space... shud be enough i guess?

even when i put a schedule to start upgrade at specific time like 2 pm... at 2 pm.. nothing happens =.=


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QUOTE(kueks @ Apr 10 2016, 03:50 PM)
i cant install the windows 10 i dont know why

i click upgrade now... restart pc and nothing happens... 5-6 times dy

go to windows update manually to upgrade... same thing

i have 22 gb free space... shud be enough i guess?

even when i put a schedule to start upgrade at specific time like 2 pm... at 2 pm.. nothing happens =.=
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i think the free space requirement is subjected to your existing installation in os drive (os+apps). if the free space is enough to house those, that means something in windows updates has gone bad. if that's the case, you can try http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows...-troubleshooter

you can also download w10 iso with media creation tool, make a bootable usb stick with it, and run setup.exe in the usb stick to upgrade. again this is subject to available free space. try use disk cleanup to free up more space.



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QUOTE(horns @ Apr 10 2016, 05:14 PM)
i think the free space requirement is subjected to your existing installation in os drive (os+apps). if the free space is enough to house those, that means something in windows updates has gone bad. if that's the case, you can try http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows...-troubleshooter

you can also download w10 iso with media creation tool, make a bootable usb stick with it, and run setup.exe in the usb stick to upgrade. again this is subject to available free space. try use disk cleanup to free up more space.
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thanks

let me try
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ish, need to backup my things on C drive then. especially game save files  laugh.gif
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QUOTE(aliesterfiend @ Apr 11 2016, 09:27 AM)
Now can save games (or at least back up) on clouds already.
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i switch to another mobo - asus z87 to asus z97, and no format is required. just plug and play.
but now face problem of window not responding - mouse moveable but program and others can't launch.

guess i'll reformat it anyhow incase previous mobo driver got conflict which caused this.
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so, yesterday night i reformat my pc with UEFI - GPT. everything done smoothly and quickly, but after 3rd/4th time restart pc, i came into Infinite Loop of Repair screen.

nothing i done can get me into the window......any advise? else,i'll just reformat it again but from googling, it point to window update/AMD driver and i'm afraid i'll just crash into this problem again after format.

and, how can i set in uefi to ignore other HDD/USB during boot-up so that it just check with SSD/boot disk?
experiencing slow POST - 1min+ before getting into bios or window logo = asus z97 gryphon

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QUOTE(sai86 @ Apr 12 2016, 11:02 AM)
so, yesterday night i reformat my pc with UEFI - GPT. everything done smoothly and quickly, but after 3rd/4th time restart pc, i came into Infinite Loop of Repair screen.

nothing i done can get me into the window......any advise? else,i'll just reformat it again but from googling, it point to window update/AMD driver and i'm afraid i'll just crash into this problem again after format.

and, how can i set in uefi to ignore other HDD/USB during boot-up so that it just check with SSD/boot disk?
experiencing slow POST - 1min+ before getting into bios or window logo = asus z97 gryphon
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maybe you can go into bios and change gpu option to igpu and boot from there.

edit: as for the slow boot, i have no idea. maybe it's related to your gpu issue?

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maybe you can go into bios and change gpu option to igpu and boot from there.

edit: as for the slow boot, i have no idea. maybe it's related to your gpu issue?
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i think its on the HDD side as the POST LED lit up at there. asking AsusMy for workaround biggrin.gif
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i think its on the HDD side as the POST LED lit up at there. asking AsusMy for workaround  biggrin.gif
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Windows 10 Kumulative Update Build 10586.218

x86: http://download.windowsupdate.com/d/msdown...f5cfc85ac20.msu

x64: http://download.windowsupdate.com/d/msdown...6e6135c09e4.msu

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows...tory-windows-10
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Can I install previous years DirectX into a Win10 computer? I have some old games, which will normally prompt for DirectX Redistributable installation.
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Can I install previous years DirectX into a Win10 computer? I have some old games, which will normally prompt for DirectX Redistributable installation.
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Well, for one thing, sometimes the pc would automatically boot after doing its update. Duh.

What if someone forget to save their work? You know that sucks.  dry.gif
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anyone encounter windows 10 pro rdp not responding after the computer joined domain?

run rdp --> ip/computer --> username & password --> keeping connecting/nothing happen/ dont know what is going on

it dint show any error... but just running.
before joined domain... everything is working fine.
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QUOTE(tinarhian @ Apr 9 2016, 11:39 PM)
Cool! I just dont get Microsoft. First the start button was missing in Windows 8 and then now disable windows update is missing in Windows 10.

Can't they make things more simpler for the simple user? Sheesh.
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Lastime when I run the Sparrow version of Win, I disable all the update(s)
But since I have the genuine key nowadays, I just leave it enable
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QUOTE(kueks @ Apr 10 2016, 03:50 PM)
i cant install the windows 10 i dont know why

i click upgrade now... restart pc and nothing happens... 5-6 times dy

go to windows update manually to upgrade... same thing

i have 22 gb free space... shud be enough i guess?

even when i put a schedule to start upgrade at specific time like 2 pm... at 2 pm.. nothing happens =.=
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Try the MediaCreation option
I also failed at first, but after I use the mediacreation, all went smooth laugh.gif laugh.gif
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QUOTE(jojoe @ Apr 13 2016, 11:26 PM)
anyone encounter windows 10 pro rdp not responding after the computer joined domain?

run rdp --> ip/computer --> username & password --> keeping connecting/nothing happen/ dont know what is going on

it dint show any error... but just running.
before joined domain... everything is working fine.
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ur computer already joined domain.
so what ur current level of domain user privileged?
u sure ur domain GPO dont blocked RDP?
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QUOTE(zaman_chem @ Apr 13 2016, 10:53 PM)
No lah..it wont reboot as long u actively using ur device.
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But my PC did rebooted. How la?

I left it idle for half an hour. Then it rebooted and installing windows update. doh.gif
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QUOTE(gengstapo @ Apr 14 2016, 08:10 AM)
Lastime when I run the Sparrow version of Win, I disable all the update(s)
But since I have the genuine key nowadays, I just leave it enable
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Whoa, how did you disabled it?

Mine is an original version. Windows 10 Pro.

I'm fine with the updates, just hated it when it automatically rebooted.
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