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surface pro 4 screen shaking..
few months ago i borrowe a second hand surface pro 4 . it would flicker it's screen and it would be extremly irritating but then somehow randomly and didn't disturb me for almost 4 to 5months and now suddenly from middle of nowhere my screen started shaking no flickring. it would shake up and down but it dosent print up itself like it used to before. i followed a couple of online methods but none seemed to work. my surface seems to be slightly hot but not too much just a little bit. is there any thing i can do?? why is this happening??
Microphone ne fonctionne pas
Bonjour à tous, J’ai constaté qu’àprès l’installation de la version 2004 de windows 10 que mon microphone intégré ne fonctionne plus. Dans les paramètre ‘’son’’ le curseur détecte le son émit mais lors de l’utilisation d’un logiciel tiers ou même de la caméra après enregistrement le son ne sort...on entend rien. Quelqu’un peut-il m’aider s’il vous plait?
NO PUEDO DESCARGAR OFFICE 2016 HOGAR Y VENIA CON EL EQUIPO
Compre mi actual equipo con windows 10 home y office 2016 hogar y ahora despues de dos inicios desde cero de SO, no tengo ninguna clave . Y no puedo descargar el Office, querria preguntar si hay alguna solucion. gracias, Javier
Having a program run each time you sign in to Windows
If you use a program frequently, you may want to add it to the Start-up folder. Here's how: 1. Right-click Start, click Run, type "shell:startup" (without the quotes) and then press ENTER. 2. Click Start, type the name of a program, right-click a program in a list of results, and then click Open file location. 3. Right-click a program's icon, click Copy, right-click inside the Start-up window, and then click Paste. Alternatively, you can use Registry Editor to have a program run each time you start Windows. Here's how: WARNING: Registry Editor (REGEDIT.EXE) is a very powerful tool that lets you directly modify the registry. However, incorrect use of Registry Editor can cause serious, system-wide problems including hard disk corruption, general instability, or the inability to use your computer. It may be necessary for you to reinstall your operating system to correct the problems. Microsoft does not support modifying the registry. Use this tool at your own risk. 1. Press WINDOWS LOGO + R, type "regedit" (without the quotes) and then press ENTER. 2. Double-click the following registry keys: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run 3. On the Edit menu, point to New, and then click String Value. 4. Type the name of a program and press ENTER. (For example, PowerShell Core.) 5. Double-click a newly-created value, type the drive, path, and the name of a program, and then press ENTER. (For example, C:\Program Files\PowerShell\6\pwsh.exe) 6. Exit Registry Editor. NOTE: On Windows 10 20H1, if you right-click a program, click Properties, and then click the Compatibility tab, you can enable "Register this program for restart." On Windows 10 May 2020 Update and later, if you shut down your PC while programs are left open, they will be restored when you turn your PC back on.
Windows PE LCD Panel Question
I have a boot CD that contains the latest available Windows PE complete with drivers for my workstation. I use this CD to perform image backups to my NAS storage from my hard drive. The backup is currently running now, and I have my software set to shutdown the computer upon completion. I use Macrium Reflect as my backup software. While the backup was running, I noticed my LCD screen was a bit dirty. I powered it off to then clean the display. After I finished cleaning it, I powered my LCD panel back on. The display is not returning though, and it seems no signal is being sent to it now. I tried pressing keys on my keyboard, moving and clicking my mouse, but none of this is helping. Is there a way to get Windows PE to send a video display signal again? I am using an NVIDIA Quadro P5000 video card.
I have been receiving this error for YEARS. I have done all of the advanced troubleshooting (Reinstall NIC drivers, dnsflush, netstat commands, checking/unchecking client for windows, on and on) I am able to sign into Microsoft account site fine, and Xbox, ext. but the Microsoft store when attempting to install (Xbox accessories) app, it states the error. “Internet is needed” I clearly have internet and nothing I do seems to fix this. I only need this application to map paddles on elite series 2 which I use to game on pc. Please, any help is greatly appreciated!
File history broke!
When running File History cleanup it says element not found!
lost msn and msn mail account
have had msn forever but lost account 2month ago lost all my msn mail it says it doesn't exist enter a different account or get a new one
My device error does not work sync in Microsoft account
the device is not compatible with this graphics card driver
hi I have connected a HP laptop with 3 Monitors. 1. HDMI to monitor1 2. USB1 >HDMI adapter>Monitor 2 3. USB2> HDMI adapter> Monitor3 both these USB> HDMI adapter are same company. i ahve installed the driver for the same. All monitors works fine , but some time monitor 3 goes off and there is a pop up message "the device is not compatible with this graphics card driver" with in fraction of second it comes back, can we fix this issue. this irritates while working. help is appreciated. Is it beacuse of 2 USB > HDMI adapters but only one driver installed..?
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