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Widows Update 2004 Problems 3 months OEM support+ no help
Problems with updating my Yoga C940-14IIL (Lenovo) from 1909 to 2004. Officially Lenovo premium support claims there should be no problems on there end for my device. Not driver related software etc. But i'm still stuck on the not device not ready screen. I Also tried to force the update like they instructed. Without being rude in my opinion there premium support is tier 1.5 at best. The conversation basically is them approving my suggestions or providing ridiculous extra information to them. Basically telling me which button i should click or explaining something in English i provided them by sending a screenshot etc. For example i ran the Intel driver support assistent and pointed out Intel has newer graphic wifi and Bluetooth drivers than the ones they provided. Asking if that might solve the issue but i pointed out Intel recommends OEM drivers not generic ones (It's in the screenshot). They replied its worth trying and that the lines i pointed out mean they are not officially tested. I'm thinking this is a bad joke or something i pointed it out and informed them and they reply with "might work and explain te words in a sentence i provided them" This is just one example out of dozens. Half of the suggestions or questions i made mentioned on the 2004 Official known issues/problems page (provided screenshots) they didn't understand i think. I attached the screenshot and even underlined the sentences i send them. Basically they told me to do the windows clean start or start over thing by holding a reset button (whatever it's called) . It's a brand new device with almost no software except for a single licensed office 2019 professional plus (not linked to a account) and mapped in my fairly complex new "secure"network and has things like SMB shares configured with my Linux and FreeBSD servers etc. It's also a wifi only device so it's on my IOT Vlan so it's a pain in the ... to setup again. Advice or answers would be appreciated before i do a clean install.
Office 365 error on windows 10
Have tried support and the tech couldn't understand the issue.... it seemed he felt it wasn't an issue or didn't understand at all. In summary. personal Microsoft ( consumer) account with an attached an o365 account several ways Workplace account Windows 10 mail Credential manager (confirmed there, not modified) Outlook 16 every time reboot or recover from sleep I have to re-authenticate through the o365 portal to go daddy site for email, onedrive, SP designer etc. Office apps don't prompt consistently but come up with odd webapp / element login prompts occasionally that use the std o365 interface. I have recreated profiles, refreshed my surface to test a fresh setup. removed and re-added all apps and workplace accounts etc. but cant seem to get SSO / pass though auth. I'm having a hard time on the forum here finding anyone with the exact same issue which troubles me. anyone have any idea what I do next? Recently i did a office 365 set up on my windows 10 and i referred this article https://www.o365cloudexperts.com/blog/step-by-step-guide-to-manual-office-365-setup-for-workstations Need help to solve this error. Please help Regards, Adrian
How are you using Windows to increase your productivity ?
My personal favorite Windows 10 feature is Snap. Snapping in Windows 10 a great way to use your screen real estate more efficiently if you have several pages or applications open. To snap a window, all you need to do is drag the top of an app window to the side. Then snap assists brings up other pages that are open, you choose your preferred one, and then pages/apps are placed side by side. This is extremely helpful for all the avid multitaskers! What is your favorite? MSFT Store Employee- Business Expert
Want to have Windows 10pro version 1703 updated to latest.
Dear community, I have on a laptop Windows 10 Pro version 1703 running. The laptop was not used for a while anymore but now I want to use it again. However the current version is to old to have the security updates all installed. I looked at the windows website and did not find the right update, at least I did not want to ' downgrade' to the home edition. Could someone help me how I could update my version to latest and keeping the license and PRO version? Thanks in advance, Rick.
Audio and camera not working after Windows 10 2004 update
Audio and camera not working after Windows 10 2004 update. Kindly d0 let me know the working solution. Thank you
windows update is taking more than 3 hours what to do
I am using dell E6430 Laptop with Windows 10 installed as i was doing regular update but this update is taking more than 3 hours 2021-02 Cumulative Update Preview for Windows 10 Version 20H2 for x64-based Systems (KB4601382) i need help so if anyone knows how i can solve it then please help coz this update is awfull it prevented my computer from doing a restart but i repaired it by reebooting it . Thanks to Microsoft Community for helping me
windows 10 LOG ON VIRUS
l still have that log on virus on windows 10....every one keep telling me that is NOT a virus but it is, i have a distored screen (see link below) when windows 10 start, i am very fustrated that ms "refuse' to fix this....my virus program is so "sentive' on every little thing that my computer "BLOCK BOOK" meaning when it get to this screen....the complete system just "hang...' my only choice is to yank the computer out of the out let, inseart a cd of 'windows 6' and do a "virgin' install of window...........then rerun the same virus scan...and it work perfectly....my other issue that my computer keep doing on windows 10, is that the cap lock is 'stuck' when i type in windows 10 ALL TEXT IS LIKE THIS EVEN WITH CAP OFF---and there is nothing i can do about it i wish ms would fix this virus and then i can install windows 10 in PEACE (the link is a screen shot of the virus) https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/all/default-user-account-logo-blurred-out-in-windows/0f6ca2fe-5a40-46bd-a05e-eabc7cdce449 10000% of every virus scan i get my hand on tell me that WINDOWS 10 HAVE A VIRUS...and it LOCK my computer, to the place that is "WONT BOOT ---or at least get past that screen and dont get me started on Registry Editor and Local Group Policy Editor---yea i did that, and DID MORE DAMAGE to the computer than there are 'days' in the week....and it made all the data "junk...that it was RENDERED useless.....so not only i had to 'pay ' for computer service at the computer shop...but i had to "BUY" all my computer programs 'again...............and force window 7 install..............so will YOU AT MS, REMOVE THIS VIRUS--- here is my sug....'durring the windows 10 install, it 'ask' you do you want this virus...when you click "NO" it will NOT install this virus on windows 10 so the computer
DVD drive and Windows updates
Two updates ago (Windows 10) DVD drives worked fine to burn DVD. When update completed Nero kept reading DVD drives as empty. Many hours of effort could not get it to work. Bought Cheap USB DVD burner and could burn DVD on that drive only. Update last night and now I have lost that drive. Have uninstalled and reinstalled drivers still no help. Any direction toward a solution would be greatly appreciated
iTunes in Windows 10
Is anyone else having issues with their iTunes in Windows 10? I am not able to download my songs. Maybe an Apple Music issue?
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