Windows 10: I have no idea what it means. :s
They usually create a restore point prior the installation of the drivers, use the restore point and it should be fine.
Now my computer has a blue screen that says:
" Your PC ran into a problem and needs to restart. We're just collecting some error info and then we'll restart for you. (0% complete)
If you'd like to know more, you can search online later for this error:
It's been at 0% for a while...
A MCE basically means that a hardware error has occured, though as simple as that might sound it can be various of things causing a hardware error, for example:
- A BIOS bug or improper setting,
- Improper cooling,
- motherboard manufacturer software,
- Improper seating,
- Defective hardware,
- Power problem,
- 3.3v, 5v or 12v values in the BIOS improper,
There are a lot of things that may cause a hardware error + hardware crashes are generally very non-informative what makes it even more difficult to find the cause(s).
A clean boot might help:
Follow Part One, Perform a Clean Boot in Windows 10
It might help, but only if the system was online for lets say <15 minutes to load everything.
In Settings, "Select which icons appear on the taskbar" there is something called PCFDOC8.exe Under it, it says "install progress 100%. The bar is switched off, but even on it does nothing. Any idea what this is, and how to remove it?
I've tried opening settings from control panel and my start button will not open, (i'm aware many people have posted threads about this but none have helped me so far) everything in my taskbar has dissapeared when i restarted from fixing drive...
Sorry, PC vendors: The free Windows 10 upgrade means users won't be buying new PCs | PCWorld
Maybe some of you have seen this video but for those who hasn't, this will finally answer the question in your mind.
Benchmark tests between high-end cooler and stock cooler.
Microsoft Not Yet Ready to Describe What "Supported Lifetime of the Device" Means for Windows 10