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Troubleshooting tips for WiFi printer issues
Your WiFi printer refuses to co-operate? We have tips to help fix your printer issues.
Win 10 2004 Update - 0cx1900101 install error
I have attempted to do the Win 10 2004 update over several months - to no avail. I keep getting the 0cx1900101 error. I have searched the drivers for problems/errors and cannot find one. I have cleaned data and removed apps/applications from the system - still not successful. I'm attempting the update on a desktop AMD Threadripper and RAID configured M2 RAM Any suggestions
We are here to help! Getting help for Windows 10
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Hidden Friends in Windows who Could Help You Out
Sometimes, you are facing some technical problems in Windows and you don't know how to solve them , actually there is interesting place inside Windows which could help you out in most problems. Try open Start Menu and click on Settings on the right side. Then go for Update & Security and on the Left side you will see Troubleshoot. Let me tell you a little trick here, you may open Cortana or Search and just type Troubleshoot and then open Troubleshoot settings. If you look, you have several troubleshooting there, so if update is not working, try troubleshoot here, same for sound and other problems. It runs and attempt to repair and fix the issue for you. Don't forgot to share feedback using Feedback Hub, if something is not working as expected.
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Create a custom font with your handwriting
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The Windows 7 desktop was a lot better for me. It had a bunch of useful icons, documents, images, programs etc. right where I could see them. Now the "Desktop" is not what you see when you boot up. Instead there's a bunch of entertainment stuff cluttering up the screen and getting in the way of my getting where I want to do to do the research and writing I want to do. I have to search for "Desktop" and then I see a list of files, not as useful as the icons I used to get right off the bar. Is there any way to put the Windows 7 desktop screen on under Windows 10?
Microsoft Outlook 365 (Desktop)
In all the years I've been using Outlook, I have never had this happen, so I thought I would pass it on just in case any of you ran into it. I don't know for sure whether or not this last update caused the problem but it's suspicious When I got an email, I noticed that all I was getting was the header and not the body of the email. Played around with some setting and thought I had it fixed. Nope! Did a little searching on Bing, and found it to be a known problem and the cure was rather simple. Turns out that the server seemed to think that I was in Offline mode. reset that along with a few other parameters while I was in there and the problem seems to have disappeared. Keep that in mind if that happens to you. Apparently it is also a known issue with Gmail as well.
Where can I learn more about the Event Log?
I have figured out the basics in Event Log, but I want to be good at it. Where can I find what the error codes mean? And, how to fix them? The link you always get to help you just take me too a search page. Most of the times I dont even know what to search for. This is probably a lot of information for your engineers, for me it just makes me feel like an idiot: Microsoft.Windows.ShellExperienceHost_10.0.18999.1_neutral_neutral_cw5n1h2txyewy SID (S-1-15-2-155514346-2573954481-755741238-1654018636-1233331829-3075935687-2861478708). This security permission can be changed with the Component Services administrative tool. Component service I get, but it doesn't help me very much when I don't have the slightest idea of what to change. It would be so much easier to provide relevant and good reports in Feedback Hub if I could find a way to learn more. Sincerely LokePus
I'm just sharing my experience. Hoping your suggestion to correct or improve the steps based on your experience, so I can learn much from this community for the step / tips/ trick that I don't know. Usually this happened on built-in camera. I will take the following steps and stop the next steps if problem has solved: 1) Sign out from current account -> restart -> sign in with administrator account. 2) Update BIOS, then camera driver, then camera firmware if suggested and/or available from laptop manufacturer. 3) Update Win 10 to the latest version including all pending updates -> restart computer. 4) Troubleshoot Windows Store Apps. Find it by typing "troubleshoot" in windows search. 5) Check the camera privacy setting, whether it's blocked. Find it by typing "privacy settings" in search. 6) Reset Camera app. Find it by typing "apps & features" in search -> Advanced options -> Reset. 7) Check camera device compatibility in Device Manager -> right-click camera device -> Property -> Driver -> click Driver Details. If there is stream.sys in the list, then I will suggest my client to replace the camera device with a new one or use external camera. If not, it might be compatible with win 10. 8) Edit windows registry. Sometime can fix the problem. WARNING : please readers DO NOT do this if not familiar. Do it with your own risk. 8.a. Backup and save current registry setting. 8.b. Edit registry at: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE -> SOFTWARE -> WOW6432Node -> Microsoft -> Windows Media Foundation. On the right pane of the Registry Editor of Windows Media Foundation, create the new DWORD (32-bit) Value -> enter EnableFrameServerMode (without space) as the title for the new DWORD -> double-click EnableFrameServerMode -> Input 0 (zero) for Value data -> OK -> Restart. If any things is missing or there is any other tips that I don't know, please let me know.
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