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  1. Posts : 5,833
    Dual boot Windows 10 FCU Pro x 64 & current Insider 10 Pro
       #11

    I'll join in too.

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  2. Posts : 26,355
    Win11 Pro, Win10 Pro N, Win10 Home, Windows 8.1 Pro, Ubuntu
       #12

    One word of warning for people worrying about red X's:
    Some are just hiccups, access timeouts(like above in my windowshot: ShellExperienceHost had to do with combase.dll which also loads a bunch of other things)or FilePendingRename ,that Windows couldn't properly access the first time(might need to reboot then). What I'm saying is, the first time might generate an error, but a subsequent try worked, and windows doesn't post in reliability history, when something works.
    This is just another troubleshooting tool for a quick overview, if your lucky you get an Event Number to use to filter in Event Viewer and use the details tab.
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  3. Posts : 3
    Windows 10 (x64) (build 18363.535)
       #13

    Clean install, showing 8-8 to 9-22. Definitely improving. Most errors are from WindowsShellExperienceHost
    stopped working.
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  4. Posts : 172
    Windows 10
       #14

    Windows 10 is becoming more stable on my system.

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  5. Posts : 5,833
    Dual boot Windows 10 FCU Pro x 64 & current Insider 10 Pro
       #15

    Bad day at Badrock for my system yesterday and this morning as seen below. This morning we had a unusual power blink for some reason and my system rebooted. Yesterday I performed the Store updates as seen in the last group below. I like to reboot afterwards only to get a message that a program won't close to do so. I forget which one, but it had to do with part of shutting Windows down. Hmm. I goes to seek a solution and the only one I could find was a Registry hack which I shy from. Anywho, I decided to check the Windows image health first with Command Prompt > Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /CheckHealth which came back with no corruption, the a sfc/ scannow leaving it run before I went to bed. When I got up the machine showed it rebooted to the splash screen and didn't sleep because of it. Ugh! Running it now to see what's up.

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  6. Posts : 26,355
    Win11 Pro, Win10 Pro N, Win10 Home, Windows 8.1 Pro, Ubuntu
       #16

    Hippsie here's my check list:
    1. SFC/DISM
    2. Manuel time sync in Date & Time in the CPL
    3. WSReset
    4. Open up Task Schedular and run these:

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  7. Posts : 5,833
    Dual boot Windows 10 FCU Pro x 64 & current Insider 10 Pro
       #17

    Cliff S said:
    Hippsie here's my check list:
    Thanks, Cliff. :)

    SFC/DISM
    Ran these. All is ok.

    Manuel time sync in Date & Time in the CPL
    Time is ok. System is auto synced with Time.Windows.Com.

    WSReset
    Ran this. The store opens. Is that all it does or does it indeed reset the Store cache?

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    Ended up finding your shortcut post here: WSReset Shortcut - Windows 10 Forums Thanks for that. I pinned a tile to Start screen menu.

    Open up Task Schedular and run these:
    Found that License Validation task wasn't even enabled. Enabled and ran it. WSTask was enabled, but not running so I ran it. These two are scheduled to run at 6:00 am. This may be too early for sometimes I'm up later. Should I reschedule?
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  8. Posts : 26,355
    Win11 Pro, Win10 Pro N, Win10 Home, Windows 8.1 Pro, Ubuntu
       #18

    HippsieGypsie said:

    Ran this. The store opens. Is that all it does or does it indeed reset the Store cache?Yes



    Found that License Validation task wasn't even enabled. Enabled and ran it. WSTask was enabled, but not running so I ran it. These two are scheduled to run at 6:00 am. This may be too early for sometimes I'm up later. Should I reschedule?
    No need it will run at the next auto Maintenance or chance.
    One my system if I (PEBCAK) mess around with something or my router settings the time sync needs to be manually check. But it is also known the nist.gov is better than time.windows. But 10 hasn't been out long enough for me to see which synchronizes better on 10. Not yet:)
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  9. Posts : 5,833
    Dual boot Windows 10 FCU Pro x 64 & current Insider 10 Pro
       #19

    @Cliff S

    Me > Ran this. The store opens. Is that all it does or does it indeed reset the Store cache?
    You > Yes
    Ok, thanks. I just thought it weird that it opened a blank Command Prompt and the Store shortly afterwards. Something new to me. Usually there's a dialogue box or similar that states the results of an execution.

    Me > Found that License Validation task wasn't even enabled. Enabled and ran it. WSTask was enabled, but not running so I ran it. These two are scheduled to run at 6:00 am. This may be too early for sometimes I'm up later. Should I reschedule?
    You > No need it will run at the next auto Maintenance or chance.
    Ok, but how can that be if the task was disabled? Doesn't it need to be enabled in order to run? When disabled there is no "Run" option on the drop-down context menu with a right click. After enabling there was a "Run" option and did run it.

    One my system if I (PEBCAK) mess around with something or my router settings the time sync needs to be manually check. But it is also known the nist.gov is better than time.windows. But 10 hasn't been out long enough for me to see which synchronizes better on 10. Not yet:)
    Sorry, but I don't want the government involved with my system. I'll stick with MS. Of course they both spy on us anyway so it might not make any difference.
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  10. Posts : 26,355
    Win11 Pro, Win10 Pro N, Win10 Home, Windows 8.1 Pro, Ubuntu
       #20

    Ok, thanks. I just thought it weird that it opened a blank Command Prompt and the Store shortly afterwards. Something new to me. Usually there's a dialogue box or similar that states the results of an execution.
    I have always seen that.




    Ok, but how can that be if the task was disabled? Doesn't it need to be enabled in order to run? When disabled there is no "Run" option on the drop-down context menu with a right click. After enabling there was a "Run" option and did run it.
    Oh I forgot, sorry, I enabled mine a while ago. "Then does it really do any thing if Microsoft disables it by default?" one might ask, My answer: "No idea but I turned mine on!"



    Sorry, but I don't want the government involved with my system. I'll stick with MS. Of course they both spy on us anyway so it might not make any difference.
    At least the gov'ment doesn't try to take over my 'puter like Microsoft is doing. It's reached a new low: http://news.softpedia.com/news/windo...s-492521.shtml
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