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    Press the Windows and "i" keys simultaneously,...

    Press the Windows and "i" keys simultaneously, click "Update and Security", "View Update History", "Uninstall Updates" and uninstall the update that caused the problem. You can hide the problem...
  2. Thread: How can i fix my mouse issues? by Ben Myers
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 10 Views 736

    You might try a different keyboard, if one is...

    You might try a different keyboard, if one is available. The default keyboard shortcut for right-click is Shift-F10, so the problem may have nothing to do with the mouse.

    Ben
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    Solved Create a shortcut to the application, then change...

    Create a shortcut to the application, then change the icon in the shortcut.

    Ben
  4. Thread: Windows 10 wont start by Ben Myers
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 21 Views 12,519

    Start the computer and when you see the Windows...

    Start the computer and when you see the Windows logo, press and hold the power button until the computer shuts down. Do this three times and the fourth time the computer should boot into the...
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    Solved Windows Media Player has a built-in equalizer. ...

    Windows Media Player has a built-in equalizer.

    Using the Windows Media Player 12 Equalizer

    Ben
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    Right-click the audio driver in Device Manager,...

    Right-click the audio driver in Device Manager, select "Update Driver", "Browse my computer for driver software", then "Let me pick from a list of available drivers on my computer". If one is found,...
  7. Press the Windows and "i" keys simultaneously,...

    Press the Windows and "i" keys simultaneously, click "Devices", then "Typing" in the left window, scroll down to "Advanced Keyboard Settings" in the right window and uncheck "Use the desktop language...
  8. Thread: running DOS as ADMIN by Ben Myers
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 102 Views 9,902

    It won't work from the command line, but it...

    It won't work from the command line, but it should work properly in the batch. Another thing you could try is a "pause" command after each line. That should tell you where the batch is failing.
    ...
  9. Thread: running DOS as ADMIN by Ben Myers
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 102 Views 9,902

    It should work properly in the batch file. If...

    It should work properly in the batch file. If you are not comfortable using an unfamiliar command, try eliminating the "cd" line. It may be causing a problem with the rest of the batch.

    schtasks...
  10. Thread: running DOS as ADMIN by Ben Myers
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 102 Views 9,902

    Try adding "cd %~dp0" after the "dir" command. ...

    Try adding "cd %~dp0" after the "dir" command. This changes the working directory to the folder in which the batch resides.

    schtasks /run /i /tn "\Microsoft\Windows\Registry\RegIdleBackup"
    cd...
  11. Thread: running DOS as ADMIN by Ben Myers
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 102 Views 9,902

    If K: is a network drive, you may have to remap...

    If K: is a network drive, you may have to remap it when running as administrator. Replace "computername" with the actual computer name.

    schtasks /run /i /tn...
  12. Thread: running DOS as ADMIN by Ben Myers
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 102 Views 9,902

    The center window of the task scheduler GUI will...

    The center window of the task scheduler GUI will show the last run time and whether or not it was successful at the very top. Click on "Task Scheduler Library\Microsoft\Windows\Registry" on the left...
  13. Thread: running DOS as ADMIN by Ben Myers
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 102 Views 9,902

    Adding "& pause" to the end of the command and...

    Adding "& pause" to the end of the command and putting "pause" on the next line is essentially the same thing.
    Also, please be advised that a brief flash of a command window doesn't necessarily...
  14. Thread: running DOS as ADMIN by Ben Myers
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 102 Views 9,902

    If all you want is confirmation that the task was...

    If all you want is confirmation that the task was successfully started, just add " & pause" to the command. Be sure to save the change and be sure to run the batch as administrator.

    schtasks /run...
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    Press the Windows and "R" keys simultaneously,...

    Press the Windows and "R" keys simultaneously, type "rstrui.exe", click "OK" and see if you have a usable restore point.

    Ben
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    Follow the instructions for creating a basic...

    Follow the instructions for creating a basic scheduled task that starts a program, then in the "Program/Script" box, type "cmd" and in the "Add Arguments" box, type or paste the following:

    /c ...
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    Solved "odd" apparently stands for "Optical Disc Drive"....

    "odd" apparently stands for "Optical Disc Drive". Move that to the top. Be sure to save the change. You change it back afterwards if you want.

    Ben
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    Solved Restart the computer and the instant you see the...

    Restart the computer and the instant you see the Toshiba logo, start tapping the F12 key. If this doesn't work, go into the BIOS setup, look for "Boot Order" or "Boot Configuration" and change the...
  19. Thread: 1903 Downgrade prevented by Ben Myers
    Forum: Installation and Upgrade
    Replies 11 Views 1,833

    Creating a bootable flash drive from an iso. ...

    Creating a bootable flash drive from an iso.

    https://www.google.com/search?rlz=1C2OKWM_enUS776US776&complete=0&source=hp&ei=ig85XYGUIoHH_QbAiL24Dg&q=iso+bootable+flash+drive
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    If you are using Google Chrome, click the three...

    If you are using Google Chrome, click the three dots in the upper right corner, then "Settings", scroll down to "Advanced", click "Site Settings" and make sure "Popups and redirects" are blocked. If...
  21. Thread: notification icon by Ben Myers
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 2 Views 780

    Press the Windows and "i" keys simultaneously,...

    Press the Windows and "i" keys simultaneously, click "Personalization", "Taskbar", scroll down to "Turn system icons on or off" and make sure "Action Center" is on.

    Ben
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    Solved Just type "explorer" into the command window. ...

    Just type "explorer" into the command window. When File Explorer starts, see if you can delete the offending folder. If you really want to do it from the command line, type "cd" followed by two...
  23. Possibly a stuck CTRL key. Try tapping both...

    Possibly a stuck CTRL key. Try tapping both repeatedly.

    Ben
  24. Thread: I'm hacked I think by Ben Myers
    Forum: AntiVirus, Firewalls and System Security
    Replies 16 Views 3,581

    Press the Windows and "R" keys simultaneously,...

    Press the Windows and "R" keys simultaneously, type "CONTROL TIMEDATE.CPL" into the "Run" box and click "OK". When the time/date applet starts, click "Change date and time", "Change calendar...
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    If it's in your Quick access folder, right-click...

    If it's in your Quick access folder, right-click it and select "Unpin from Quick access".

    Ben
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