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  1. Posts : 116
    Windows 10
       #1

    Runtime error


    When I'm using IE, far too often I get a box that says Runtime Error and Virtual Function Call. then it kicks me offline. What is that all about?
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  2. davidhk's Avatar
    Posts : 5,433
    windows 10 Pro ver 20H2 build 19042.867
       #2

    Suggestion Only :

    Open IE11 > Tools > Internet Options > Advanced tab at the top > click Rest button > Apply/OK
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  3. Posts : 116
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #3

    davidhk said:
    Suggestion Only :

    Open IE11 > Tools > Internet Options > Advanced tab at the top > click Rest button > Apply/OK
    Okay, I did as you suggested. My computer is a mess right now, it freezes up almost constantly and most of the programs work only from time to time. I'm trying to purchase a fix-it program, but my CC was declined, although it worked fine yesterday.
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  4. davidhk's Avatar
    Posts : 5,433
    windows 10 Pro ver 20H2 build 19042.867
       #4

    Suggestion :
    Do a repair install.
    Repair Install Windows 10 with an In-place Upgrade


    In you find the tutorial a bit complex, have a look at the method I myself use.............

    Use the Tech Bench ink to download your version of Win 10 ISO file :
    https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/soft...brrWLRbagYCa0w

    Scroll down to Select Edition > click the pointer at the right and select your edition of Windows 10 > click Confirm.
    Click the pointer and select Language > make sure you pick the same language the computer is now running > click Confirm
    Select the bit version, 32 or 64-bit. Make sure you select the same bit version as the computer is now running.
    At the bottom, click the pointer next to Save > click Save As > navigate to a folder of your choice > click the chosen folder > click Save
    The iso will start downloading to your chosen folder.
    When it is done, go to that folder > open the folder > right click at the iso file > click Mount > click Setup.exe
    Installation will begin.
    It will allow you to keep you files, settings and apps.
    No product key is required.
    Activation will be automatic.
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  5. Posts : 116
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #5

    Thanks for the advice, but I'm so computer illiterate I understood none of it. A repair scan says the computer is unstable, but the repair program I bought won't accept the license key so I can run it. If I can solve that problem, maybe something good will happen. I'll check back after I hear from them.
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  6. Posts : 172
    Windows 10 Home
       #6

    davidhk said:
    Suggestion :
    Do a repair install.
    Repair Install Windows 10 with an In-place Upgrade



    In you find the tutorial a bit complex, have a look at the method I myself use.............

    Use the Tech Bench ink to download your version of Win 10 ISO file :
    https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/soft...brrWLRbagYCa0w

    Scroll down to Select Edition > click the pointer at the right and select your edition of Windows 10 > click Confirm.
    Click the pointer and select Language > make sure you pick the same language the computer is now running > click Confirm
    Select the bit version, 32 or 64-bit. Make sure you select the same bit version as the computer is now running.
    At the bottom, click the pointer next to Save > click Save As > navigate to a folder of your choice > click the chosen folder > click Save
    The iso will start downloading to your chosen folder.
    When it is done, go to that folder > open the folder > right click at the iso file > click Mount > click Setup.exe
    Installation will begin.
    It will allow you to keep you files, settings and apps.
    No product key is required.
    Activation will be automatic.
    Very cool, I an going to use this as my backup to my windows 10 DVD, thanks!
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  7. Posts : 172
    Windows 10 Home
       #7

    davidhk said:
    Suggestion :
    Do a repair install.
    Repair Install Windows 10 with an In-place Upgrade


    In you find the tutorial a bit complex, have a look at the method I myself use.............

    Use the Tech Bench ink to download your version of Win 10 ISO file :
    https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/soft...brrWLRbagYCa0w

    Scroll down to Select Edition > click the pointer at the right and select your edition of Windows 10 > click Confirm.
    Click the pointer and select Language > make sure you pick the same language the computer is now running > click Confirm
    Select the bit version, 32 or 64-bit. Make sure you select the same bit version as the computer is now running.
    At the bottom, click the pointer next to Save > click Save As > navigate to a folder of your choice > click the chosen folder > click Save
    The iso will start downloading to your chosen folder.
    When it is done, go to that folder > open the folder > right click at the iso file > click Mount > click Setup.exe
    Installation will begin.
    It will allow you to keep you files, settings and apps.
    No product key is required.
    Activation will be automatic.
    One question.
    Does the ISO repair/install method need to be on the boot drive for the repair or can it be on another, say, hard drive?
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  8. davidhk's Avatar
    Posts : 5,433
    windows 10 Pro ver 20H2 build 19042.867
       #8

    I have all my iso files stored in an external hard drive.
    Whenever I need it, I just plug in my ext. hdd > right click at the iso I need> click Mount > click Setup.exe...........................
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  9. Posts : 116
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #9

    I'll close this thread for now. Thanks for all the advice, altho' I'm still not sure about the runtime error. The computer seemd to be stabalised now, so something worked. I'll still persue that software license key problem.
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  10. Posts : 172
    Windows 10 Home
       #10

    davidhk said:
    I have all my iso files stored in an external hard drive.
    Whenever I need it, I just plug in my ext. hdd > right click at the iso I need> click Mount > click Setup.exe...........................
    From what I gather then, it can be on a non boot drive and still work.
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