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    Open the Run dialog (Win and R keys) and type in...

    Open the Run dialog (Win and R keys) and type in gpedit.msc
    Press Enter and it should open

    On mine there's several OneDrive/SkyDrive errors to click through before getting to the interface.

    I...
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    Your BIOS/UEFI dates from 2013 - I would strongly...

    Your BIOS/UEFI dates from 2013 - I would strongly suggest updating it (if available from the manufacturer's support website):


    Lot's of Windows Updates failures in the WER section of the MSINFO32...
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    Thanks for the input! I'll give it a try again...

    Thanks for the input! I'll give it a try again once Win10 is released at RTM
    I've never been a fan of upgrading from one OS to another - and this seems to prove that my theories on this are...
  4. Thread: EVERYTHING is bugged ... Same for you ? by usasma
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 23 Views 4,651

    FWIW - I did agree with you, but then I changed...

    FWIW - I did agree with you, but then I changed my mind.
    I upgraded to one of the 9xxx builds from Win8.1 (on a Samsung system that had troubles with Win8.1)
    Then I've upgraded to the various 100xx...
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    Should the BSOD's return (after running the...

    Should the BSOD's return (after running the memory diagnostics) please provide this information so we can provide a complete analysis (from the Pinned Topic at the top of the forum): Solved BSOD -...
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    FYI - Problem with MalwareBytes AntiExploit in build 10074

    I noticed problems with my build 10074 install (upgraded from 8.1 - not a clean install) and found that it was getting progressively worse (mostly internet problems). I also noted that MBAE had...
  7. Thread: Need Help with setting up Windbg by usasma
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 7 Views 16,959

    Video drivers are complicated critters and they...

    Video drivers are complicated critters and they span far more of the OS's functions than most drivers.

    The Microsoft Symbol Server has symbols for the builds if they are provided by the...
  8. Thread: Boot crash: 0xcf by usasma
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
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    Sounds like you may have figured it out. We'll...

    Sounds like you may have figured it out.
    We'll be here if you need further assistance.
    Good Luck!
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    Missed your last post. Can you access the...

    Missed your last post.

    Can you access the files from the Win10 installation?
    If so, you may be able to see the folder on the Desktop for the apps that were removed.

    Look in the...
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    In most versions of Windows, if you run a Refresh...

    In most versions of Windows, if you run a Refresh it'll put a folder on the desktop with a list of the apps that it removed.
    Is there any way you can gather any information? In particular, I'd like...
  11. Thread: Boot crash: 0xcf by usasma
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
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    An error of 0xc000000f is "no such file" - it...

    An error of 0xc000000f is "no such file" - it means that the file that the computer was looking for does not exist in the location that it's supposed to be at. As it states that the required device...
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    If you can't boot into Win10, then the best...

    If you can't boot into Win10, then the best option would be to run Startup Repair to see if it can fix it.
    Another option would be to use System Restore to go back to a point where it was working.
    ...
  13. Thread: Resetting / refreshing pc almost every day by usasma
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 1 Views 2,187

    I don't know of a way to save them automatically,...

    I don't know of a way to save them automatically, but if the problem is recurring it shouldn't matter that you upload reports after a refresh or not.

    It might be a good idea to develop a tool to...
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    First off, you're still using build 9926. Build...

    First off, you're still using build 9926. Build 10074 was released recently. Please update.

    BIOS/UEFI dates from 2014, check at the manufacturer's website (NOT with the update tool - actually...
  15. Thread: WDF_VIOLATION when install/refresh/reset by usasma
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 4 Views 23,198

    One of the most common suggestions on the...

    One of the most common suggestions on the Internet is to disable Secure Boot.
    As long as you understand the consequences of booting without Secure Boot, go ahead and try it.
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    NeoSmart used to make good tools for WIndows, and...

    NeoSmart used to make good tools for WIndows, and they were free.
    They then switched to selling things and I haven't used their stuff since.

    The link is interesting, and it may work with the...
  17. Thread: Windows Desktop Control by usasma
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 1 Views 1,537

    It should stay on it's own. Just FYI - I've had...

    It should stay on it's own.
    Just FYI - I've had similar problems after installing the VS2015CTP along with the Developer Tools. It really screwed up my system.
    I'm considering a System restore, ...
  18. Thread: WDF_VIOLATION when install/refresh/reset by usasma
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 4 Views 23,198

    First off, the Secure Boot files are damaged - so...

    First off, the Secure Boot files are damaged - so that's going to give you problems right from the start.
    I'd do the following:
    - ensure that you have a set of uncorrupted recovery disks/drive
    -...
  19. Thread: terrible slow boot by usasma
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 53 Views 34,518

    I'm studying up on Windows Performance Analyzer...

    I'm studying up on Windows Performance Analyzer and hope to have something soon.
    You may want to look at this blog post: Analyzing a Slow Boot with Windows Performance Recorder Helge Klein
  20. Thread: installing windows 10 with out BSOD happing by usasma
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
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    There is only 10 gB of space used on your hard...

    There is only 10 gB of space used on your hard drive. Did Windows 10 finish installing, or did it fail the install.
    When I updated to build 10061, mine failed also. I rebooted and tried again and...
  21. Thread: Need Help with setting up Windbg by usasma
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 7 Views 16,959

    The link for Visual Studio is a prerequisite to...

    The link for Visual Studio is a prerequisite to installing the other tools - among which is WinDbg.
    I used it in my VM and had no problems with it. I haven't updated to them in my current Win10,...
  22. Thread: Need Help with setting up Windbg by usasma
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 7 Views 16,959

    Do not worry about the symbol errors in Win10 -...

    Do not worry about the symbol errors in Win10 - it's most likely due to new builds and lag time in uploading the new build's symbols to the Microsoft symbol server.

    Go over to Eight Forums and...
  23. Thread: My First Win 10 BSOD by usasma
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 3 Views 4,186

    Symbols change as each build is released. Those...

    Symbols change as each build is released.
    Those compiling the symbol files also may not have kept up with the releases - so missing symbols aren't a big concern in these builds.

    I'll try to...
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    We discussed this at the last MVP Summit (Nov...

    We discussed this at the last MVP Summit (Nov 2014), and that's the gist of it - they have some highly placed people working on the specifics of it. You'll see some evidence of possible scenarios in...
  25. Thread: BSOD Randomly when doing anything - Build 10056 by usasma
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 3 Views 5,458

    While not necessary at this point, you may want...

    While not necessary at this point, you may want to run Driver Verifier to see if it'll help point out the actual problem.
    If you do this, do it before removing any programs - as you may remove the...
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