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Having problem with installing and running Quake 4
Hi everyone, I bought Quake 4 online for me to play since I am a big fan and played most of them, but not this one. The problem I am having is that it won't run on Windows 10 and I even tried the compabality mode but still can't get it to work. I have a HP Laptop with 64 bits and a intel Pentium CPU. I installed once but it didn't work I uninstalled it so I hope that you guys could help me with this. I am also having the same issue with Doom 3 but it tells me I have to be a ADNSM so I could really use your help. thank you Dan
I like using emojis - not only in my personal emails and Skype messages. There are times when (regretfully) I have to decline a request or something of that nature. I find emojis can help to soften the message. I hope Windows will be able to expand the range - very good communication tool ✔💯
"Microsoft Warning-- Install the "Emergency Patch"09-24-2019
Janet Perez of Komando.com under Kim Komando's Emails, Kim is a well know tech guru, put out an email to Kim's subscribers on 09-24-2019 on the above subject and said "Microsoft is telling users to download an 'emergency' out-of-band security patch immediately." Komando further says "the security flaw affects more than 7% of all browser users...running affected version of Internet Explorer 9, 10 and 11'. I have an updated Windows 10 computer, and I do use Internet Explorer and Edge, as well as GOOGLE regularly, but I don't know if I should download anything regarding this "Microsoft warning"! I just down's understand what, if anything I should do. My computer has the latest Update from Microsoft. I rely on my installed Malware Bytes Premium protection and Webroot Security, both of which are paid services. I also have Windows Defender doing periodic scanning. I have not been alerted by any of these three security and protection systems that my computer is in any way under attack or been infected. Komando has appended 16 Downloads from which to choose for dong the "emergency patch", however, none of them state in their titles/descriptions that they are for Windows 10? The Article states that the Department of Homeland Security takes the threat serious enough that it is issuing its own "advisory urging the public to get the patch." The Article states: "You can find the patch here (https.//www.catalog.update.microsft.com/Search.aspx?q=KB4522007). Further, "from the list, "choose the update that corresponds with the versions of Internet Explore and Windows that you are running." I cannot seem to determine, despite instruction, what version of Internet Explorer I'm running, but if I could, the download list seems not to reference Windows 10 in anyway. COULD ANY OF YOU TECHIES SHOW ME THE LIGHT, AND GUIDE ME SPECIFICALLY AS TO WHAT I SHOULD DO BY WAY OF WHICH IE PATCH I SHOULD DOWNLOAD, IF ANY? I really would appreciate any help and wisdom from you. Thanks! Jim B.
Everytime i enter windows update i cant see nothing in Windows Update tab, only "Something went wrong. Try to reopen settings later" . 15 days have went by of me trying to fix this, but nothing is working... The troubleshoot shows nothing wrong...
Unable to update W10 Version 1809, error 0xC1900101-0x40017
I have a Dell laptop with Windows 10 version 1809, OS build 17763.1518. I have been trying to update Windows 10 for months, but it always fails at the end. Most recently I tried the Media Creation Tool, and the ISO method to update. This also failed, with the following end message: We couldn't install Windows 10. 0xC1900101-0x40017. Failed in Second Boot phase with an error during Boot operation. I read a lot of posts about this error code and it seems like no one knows how to fix it. Is there anything that can be done to fix this problem so that I can update to a later version? I understand that version 1809 is about to be terminated.
I can't get my jbl wireless headset connected. Can someone help me out, please
problemas no audio
meu computador com windows 10 nao esta pegando fones de ouvido - queria saber se é possivel ser algum driver de audio e som
microsoft store not downloading
after the update i couldnt download apps from microsoft store. help me if there a solution
Ability to create Local Account Removed from OOBE in 1903
Yesterday I attempted to set up my PC but during the New PC setup the computer refused to allow me to set up the computer with a local account, and it forced me to log-in to my Microsoft account to set up the PC. I even called MS support and told this was an intentional change and the only way around it was to login to the MS account, and then remove the MS account after I got into windows. I was able to work around this by temporarily disconnect my house's internet, and at that point it allowed me to create a local account, but it's absurd that the first time set up is now FORCING people to set up a MS account linked to their computer. I understand that MS wants to put pressure on people to do it that way, but TOTALLY REMOVING the option to create a local account is a low blow. I often reset my PC to help clear out the junk and get it running fresh, and I prefer to set up my PC as a local account during set up so I can specify what my user folder is named, and get a chance to disable some system apps like Skype that I don't want to run before I log into my MS account. (ps, since I'm not sure if OOBE is a real term or something I made up, it's short for Out Of Box Experience, the first time set up wizard that windows puts you through the first time it boots after installing windows or resetting windows.)
Search box not working
why my search box is not working...? if i trouble shoot it...display the message like 'you can try exploring other options that might be helpful'. if i try to rebuild the indexing options, it was paused. if i checked for updates , there is no updates available... what can i do ...? can you help me to fix my problem...? i am using windows 10th version operating system.
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