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Win. 10, Ver. 20H2 Install Fails, Disk 100%, Restore Fails
I tried to install the October 20, 2020 Windows 10 update, version 20H2. The installation failed. I believe it was due to the HDD being maxed out at 100%. Following the failed installation, the computer continued to run with HDD at 100%. Following virus scans, I attempted System Restore. Only 2 prior System Restore points were available. Multiple System Restore attempts were made. Anti-virus and firewall settings were turned off following failed System Restore attempts. Following the final, failed System Restore attempt using the oldest System Restore date, the HDD problem seems to have been resolved, even though the System Restore failed. Regarding the failed System Restore, I received the following message after each failed attempt: _______________________ "System Restore did not complete successfully. Your Computer's system files were not changed. Details: System Restore could not access a file. This is probably because an anti-virus program is running on the computer. Temporarily disable your antivirus program and retry System Restore An unspecified error occurred during System Restore. (0x80070005) You can try System Restore again and choose a different restore point. If you continue to see this error, you can try an advanced recovery method." ______________________ HISTORY: This i5, 8GB, HP computer was purchased in 12/2018. It encountered a problem following purchase that required a System Restore. At that time, System Restore crashed the operating system, which became unusable. This required returning the computer to HP for warranty repair. The repaired laptop computer that was returned to me had an updated BIOS and the HDD partition was removed. I am currently running Win-10, Version 1909. The current HDD problem seems to be resolved. However, System Restore is not working properly. 1) Does anyone have any thoughts as to how I can get System Restore to work? 2) HDD at 100% seems to be a problem with Windows 10, Version 20H2. Any thoughts?
My laptop boot time has increased on an SSD!!
I bought a lenovo legion Y540 last month and it generally had a boot time of around 5-10 secs. Recently the boot time has gone upto an avg of around 20+ seconds. I don't understand why I'm encountering this problem as i've recently brought this laptop. Can anyone help me out or should i simply contact the support and rectify it?
my touchpad is disabled.. Option in settings not there. Any fixes out there?
got me a new computer
I got a new computer and it's good because now I can play games and other stuff
meu antivirus esta desabilitado
meu antvirus defender não esta habilitado.
Access violation at address 0x9fced637
Hello guys I've been having this problem for a while now, whenever i start up dirt rally 2.0 it crashes with an error which sounds like this "Access violation at address 0x9fced637 in module 'dirtrally2.exe' + 0xcdd637. dirtrally2.exe". After a bit of googling i found that error is caused by directx probably. I have tried reinstalling the game, scanning my PC for corrupted files in cmd with sfc /scannow, I've tried disabling the other sound device (not the realtek one) yet nothing has worked. I'm getting desperate please help if you can
VPN or not to VPN
I asked the question What is VPN , should I have one?, which is the best, what can it do for me? I ask for your help and advice on this question. I like to watch American tv channels from the UK via apps downloaded on the Microsoft store however some apps have been blocked by SucriFirewall website stating blocked due to location issuses. It was suggested that by having a VPN subscription my address would be disguised allowing me to watch the apps without problems. I would like to know even if this did not solve my problem is it still worth having and using a VPN subscription. thanks to anyone who comments.
How can I make it stop starting on start up It's driving me crazy lol I don't even use it
Nice to have conversation
error if we install update
This Error is found when we update my laptop 0x80073701.
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