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  1. AndreTen's Avatar
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       #31

    righN said:
    Nope, I used the Media Creation Tool. I did everything step-by-step as said in " 6. To do a repair install of Windows 10 with Media Creation Tool" on https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/16397-repair-install-windows-10-place-upgrade.html
    Sorry, too many assumptions from my side..
    Sometimes it won't help (resetting permissions).

    What kind of antivirus /antimalware do you use? Think we asked you about tweaking software and you said non, right?
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       #32

    AndreTen said:
    Sometimes it won't help (resetting permissions).

    What kind of antivirus /antimalware do you use? Think we asked you about tweaking software and you said non, right?
    Had Malware-Bytes before but I deleted, so only Windows Defender at the moment. For tweaking software I have MSI Afterburner (just to check on temps and etc.) and Intel XTU to devolt my CPU a bit.
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  3. AndreTen's Avatar
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       #33

    righN said:
    Had Malware-Bytes before but I deleted, so only Windows Defender at the moment. For tweaking software I have MSI Afterburner (just to check on temps and etc.) and Intel XTU to devolt my CPU a bit.
    Ok, can you make another account (new user - also as admin) and test, if you can do it from there?

    There is an utility, which can reset system permission. It is powerfull and be careful: Tweaking.com

    Maybe it's time to ask: do you have system backups? Make system image, if anything goes wrong (Macrium free is excellent tool)

    majorgeeks.com tweaking_com_windows_repair
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       #34

    AndreTen said:
    Ok, can you make another account (new user - also as admin) and test, if you can do it from there?
    Do what? Repair? Devolt or run the .bat file for group policies?
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  5. AndreTen's Avatar
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       #35

    righN said:
    Do what? Repair? Devolt or run the .bat file for group policies?
    Yes, run that file to enable you running Group policy editor. And check the post above again, I added something.
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       #36

    AndreTen said:
    Yes, run that file to enable you running Group policy editor. And check the post above again, I added something.
    Well, I'm going to try that. And about that ALT + Enter, I tried it on a few more games and it worked. Guess just that doesn't really work for all of them.
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  7. Posts : 34
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       #37

    AndreTen said:
    Yes, run that file to enable you running Group policy editor. And check the post above again, I added something.
    Just tried, same thing happened. Going to try that tweaking.com tool now.
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  8. AndreTen's Avatar
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       #38

    righN said:
    Just tried, same thing happened. Going to try that tweaking.com tool now.
    Just repair permissions (reset to default). If you have anything important (files) make system image.
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       #39

    AndreTen said:
    Just repair permissions (reset to default). If you have anything important (files) make system image.
    Well, it didn't solve my problem with "Some settings are managed by your organisation...". I think I'm just going to fully reinstall Windows.
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  10. AndreTen's Avatar
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       #40

    righN said:
    Well, it didn't solve my problem with "Some settings are managed by your organisation...". I think I'm just going to fully reinstall Windows.
    guess it's the only thing you didn't try yet. Hope it'll behave then.
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