That will be just that since I will also be needing a secure location for a project of this nature. Will likely be buzzing out of for another gaming test since the Windows sounds assigned to functions problem wasn't 14295 related as initially thought but between changing speaker settings with the Creative Entertainment between 5.1 for WMP playback if not AIMP and going to head phones for late night gaming before nod.. nod nodddinnggg offf..... zzzzzzzzzz
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I'm sure the old timers here are so tired of seeing my rig...hahaha.. I just randomly took a video of it again to show the camera app issue on Windows Phone with build 14925. But the issue may not be common to all. I am running it on Lumia 1520.
I can use it with Kodi and the file explorer in the TV and the eternal hdd on the TV and some other apps in there anyway and use Sony Bravia sync in the Sony XBR TV with all that but I'm traveling as much since I retired and I don't take that many Vids now anyway
Ok, so since a couple of updates now, I am completely unable to use the Netflix app. Now, with the latest build, running my security cam feeds full screen on the right monitor (something I always have running) it is completely tanking the performance of the rest of the system.
Some research shows that this is a "known issue" with this build, and I would like to revert back to the stable build for now.
Unfortunately, the only option available is to postpone the build upgrades for a period of one to five days. The option to stop insider builds and revert to stable is no longer available.
I am really not interested in once again wiping my PC and re-installing everything from scratch. Is it possible to just run a "repair" from the latest stable image? I need for my PC to be usable again.
You should have did a system restore when you had the Stable version. IMHO, I think that 1511 is the most stable Windows 10 yet, Redstone (can't wait).
Oh hell, why didn't I think of using system restore. >.<
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