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  1. Thread: Cannot UEFI boot on another drive by NavyLCDR
    Forum: Installation and Upgrade
    Replies 10 Views 712

    You would be entirely mistaken, which is not...

    You would be entirely mistaken, which is not uncommon.
  2. Thread: Cannot UEFI boot on another drive by NavyLCDR
    Forum: Installation and Upgrade
    Replies 10 Views 712

    We really need to see a screenshot of disk...

    We really need to see a screenshot of disk management to determine what is going on, rather than just blindly guessing.
  3. Thread: Physical and Virtual Memory by NavyLCDR
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 3 Views 242

    When virtual memory is set to be managed...

    When virtual memory is set to be managed automatically, it can grow as needed, so there is no need to always keep it at the recommended full size. The recommended size for manual is based on what...
  4. Thread: How do I move 'Users" folder from C (SSD) to F (HDD) drive? by NavyLCDR
    Forum: User Accounts and Family Safety
    Replies 18 Views 866

    Solved Glad it worked for you!

    Glad it worked for you!
  5. Replies 2 Views 112

    Look at the folder security permissions, not the...

    Look at the folder security permissions, not the sharing permissions. The user from PC A does not have write permission to the folder on PC B.
  6. Thread: Turning 2.4GHz off/ Turning ONLY 5GHz On? by NavyLCDR
    Forum: Network and Sharing
    Replies 12 Views 588

    phaedruspress, Read pages 109 and 110:...

    phaedruspress,

    Read pages 109 and 110:
    https://www.cox.com/content/dam/cox/residential/support/internet/print_media/Netgear_C6300BD_UserGuide.pdf

    You want the ADVANCED tab, then Advanced Setup...
  7. Thread: How do I move 'Users" folder from C (SSD) to F (HDD) drive? by NavyLCDR
    Forum: User Accounts and Family Safety
    Replies 18 Views 866

    Solved How are you checking your C: drive? Open...

    How are you checking your C: drive? Open Explorer, on the left click on This PC. On the right double click the C: drive icon. Then Users, then your user name. If you just click on Documents or...
  8. Thread: Computer will not start at all by NavyLCDR
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 1 Views 449

    It sounds very much like a hardware problem and...

    It sounds very much like a hardware problem and it's going to require sending it to the manufacturer for repair. Hopefully you backed up at least your data to external drives.
  9. Replies 39 Views 69,797

    Installation & Upgrade That's why it is not working. OEM Windows 7 is...

    That's why it is not working. OEM Windows 7 is not transferable between different computers. OEM activation is only valid for the system it was first installed on.
  10. Thread: How do I move 'Users" folder from C (SSD) to F (HDD) drive? by NavyLCDR
    Forum: User Accounts and Family Safety
    Replies 18 Views 866

    Solved therealsimpsons, @Kari actually posted a link...

    therealsimpsons,

    @Kari actually posted a link to the tutorial describing how to relocate the library folders under your user folder:
    Documents Folder - Move Location in Windows 10 | Tutorials
  11. Thread: Does Win 10 need an antivirus by NavyLCDR
    Forum: AntiVirus, Firewalls and System Security
    Replies 25 Views 1,641

    100% agree. 10 computers on my home network have...

    100% agree. 10 computers on my home network have run nothing but Windows Defender ever since the first day Windows 10 was released. I have had 0 problems.

    and with win10freak as well!
  12. Replies 7 Views 614

    Have you considered your hard drive might have...

    Have you considered your hard drive might have failed?
  13. Thread: Logon prompt not detecting smartcard? by NavyLCDR
    Forum: User Accounts and Family Safety
    Replies 1 Views 154

    Look under sign in options in settings. It...

    Look under sign in options in settings. It should be shown there as a sign in option you have to enable.
  14. Thread: Windows 10 recovery USB - which size??? by NavyLCDR
    Forum: Backup and Restore
    Replies 15 Views 560

    Macrium Reflect Free will as well.

    Macrium Reflect Free will as well.
  15. Thread: Windows 10 recovery USB - which size??? by NavyLCDR
    Forum: Backup and Restore
    Replies 15 Views 560

    There would be no need to use Acronis to return...

    There would be no need to use Acronis to return to the latest image. Macrium Reflect is an imaging program, just like Acronis is. The easiest way to do a restore of an image is to boot into a USB...
  16. Thread: How do I move 'Users" folder from C (SSD) to F (HDD) drive? by NavyLCDR
    Forum: User Accounts and Family Safety
    Replies 18 Views 866

    Solved It depends on how many users you have on your...

    It depends on how many users you have on your computer. I only have myself on the computer, so it's no big deal to move each individual folder once after a clean install.
  17. Thread: How do I move 'Users" folder from C (SSD) to F (HDD) drive? by NavyLCDR
    Forum: User Accounts and Family Safety
    Replies 18 Views 866

    Solved I just changed the location in folder properties...

    I just changed the location in folder properties and had no data loss on the first day upgrade to 1809. I don't relocate the entire users folder though. I relocate the folders inside my specific...
  18. Replies 5 Views 275

    Solved All looks good! Glad everything worked out!

    All looks good! Glad everything worked out!
  19. Replies 21 Views 2,571

    Solved Install Windows 10 with a generic product key:...

    Install Windows 10 with a generic product key:
    Generic Product Keys to Install Windows 10 Editions | Tutorials

    You need to install the same version of Windows 10 as the target computer (your...
  20. Thread: Access to c$ by NavyLCDR
    Forum: Network and Sharing
    Replies 7 Views 372

    Then I would suggest you use remote assistance...

    Then I would suggest you use remote assistance instead:
    Windows 10: How to Send Remote Assistance Invitation

    Having access to only C$ is not much of a help when troubleshooting a computer, unless...
  21. Thread: Access to c$ by NavyLCDR
    Forum: Network and Sharing
    Replies 7 Views 372

    Instead of sharing the root C:\, share specific...

    Instead of sharing the root C:\, share specific folders, such as C:\Users\Public\Documents.

    Share Files and Folders Over a Network in Windows 10 | Tutorials
  22. Thread: Windows 10 recovery USB - which size??? by NavyLCDR
    Forum: Backup and Restore
    Replies 15 Views 560

    There is one flaw in the plan. If the drive on...

    There is one flaw in the plan. If the drive on the laptop gets corrupted, it is likely that the Acronis on that same drive will get corrupted as well. You need to have the tools available to you to...
  23. Replies 28 Views 2,128

    Solved You probably don't need the 500MB system reserved...

    You probably don't need the 500MB system reserved partition.
  24. Thread: Windows 10 recovery USB - which size??? by NavyLCDR
    Forum: Backup and Restore
    Replies 15 Views 560

    I have never liked the Windows built-in recovery...

    I have never liked the Windows built-in recovery drive creator. I prefer to make my own. Most of the time 8 GB is enough, 16 GB is guaranteed to be enough. Create a standard Windows 10...
  25. Replies 3 Views 284

    The activation of Windows actually has nothing at...

    The activation of Windows actually has nothing at all to do with the Microsoft account. The digital license for Windows on that computer is stored on Microsoft activation servers, not in Microsoft...
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