Windows 10: Complaining Solved

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  1.    12 Sep 2015 #1


    I am not going to ask for help related to any problem or crash (although there are dozen of them), yet I just hope that someone from Microsoft administration will read this. I had had a post regarding Windows being crashed after upgrade (almost a month later) and I fresh installed the OS. Now I still have 10 minutes booting, lag during work time, not responding windows etc. although all my drivers are up to date, I checked for bad sectors, reinstalled again, left default settings... But no, it is still as I have a quarantine instead of windows. I cannot use it! There are so many complains regarding all these issues and, still, none does anything about this. What can I do? Buy myself a Mac? Install some Linux distribution? Warranty has expired for my notebook, but it seems like no technician could help because the issue is in software code, in driver code... All I can do is to hope that programmers are working on the fixes. Thank you.
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  2.    12 Sep 2015 #2

    I highly doubt that anyone from MS will take the time to read this thread. Your best bet is to post the issues your encountering via the Feedback app.
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  3.    12 Sep 2015 #3

    Thank you BunnyJ.
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  4.    12 Sep 2015 #4

    are you sure your drivers are up to date, windows 10 install a lot of generic drivers on my z77 system that i had to go find the correct drivers for myself, windows update doesn't help.
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  5.    12 Sep 2015 #5

    Just in case you didn't know > Windows 10 Forums is an independent web site and has not been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Microsoft Corporation. "Windows 10" and related materials are trademarks of Microsoft Corp.

    This forum isn't run by Microsoft. Some Microsoft employees may have a look see from time to time but not in any official capacity.
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  6.    12 Sep 2015 #6

    I wen to device manager and and updated all drivers there. Just went to asus sure fit atk. There are no windows 10 drivers on asus site. Just manuals etc.
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  7.    12 Sep 2015 #7

    ATK driver is installed automatically for me in Windows 10. I have an M4N68 and M2N68. The Realtek sound drivers were installed automatically on my M2N68 motherboard. There are no Windows 10 drivers for either of my motherboards, they are too old.
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  8.    12 Sep 2015 #8

    I see you mentioned its a notebook. I have an ASUS K75DE laptop, no Windows 10 drivers are listed for it on the ASUS site. Works fine in Windows 10 though. The ATK utility is installed by Windows update. Same with sound and Video drivers. What OS did yours ship with? If it's Windows 8 or 8.1, your product code is stored in the BIOS and you could reinstall the original OS if you wanted.
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  9.    12 Sep 2015 #9

    I have ASUS K53SV and my previous OS was Windows 7 Home Premium. I already had to reinstall Windows 10 because it, simply, crashed. Windows would start auto-repair but all I get is blank screen with nothing (not even mouse pointer). It worked well after clean install but now it laggy, applications are frequently not responding, OS freezes and then Windows Explorer restarts etc. It installed drivers by its own (Graphics Card, Integrated graphics, mouse, keyboard, hdd driver, IDE driver etc.) but it all seems a bit... wrong. Startup is just way too long (sometimes even more than 10 minutes) and there are no drivers on ASUS site for this model. Some of my hot-keys did not work so I installed ATK for windows 10 from Asus site. If there is reason to think that my motherboard or hdd are not held by appropriate driver I would really appreciate any sort of help. Thank you so far.

    P.S. Should I point out that Disk usage is frequently at 100%...
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  10.    12 Sep 2015 #10

    If it was me I think I would have one more go at a clean install. Reset BIOS to defaults, then make sure SATA mode is AHCI not IDE. Backup any files you don't want to lose to external media. Then boot from your install media, select custom install, and delete all the partitions on your hard drive. Partition your drive if you want a separate data partition. Otherwise just leave it blank and unpartitioned. Windows will create all the partitions it needs automatically. I might even redownload your Windows 10 ISO and redo your install media, just in case your current one got corrupted some how. If you have already done the free upgrade and activated Windows 10 you can now clean install. Just click skip when asked for a product key.

    Or try doing a RESET
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