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  1. Thread: Windows 10 Pinch Feature by spunk
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 2 Views 483

    This Explains it: Put a check in the box Pinch...

    This Explains it: Put a check in the box Pinch Zoom to Enable it. Disable Pinch Zoom Feature in Windows 10 - Troubleshooter
  2. Replies 15 Views 6,537

    I have moved all my User files to a different...

    I have moved all my User files to a different drive to save space on my SSD. so my C: drive is 120Gb's, I create an image about once a month and save it to another HDD on my computer. If I get into...
  3. Replies 15 Views 6,537

    No need to boot into Safe Mode. Create a Boot USB...

    No need to boot into Safe Mode. Create a Boot USB Flash Drive to edit the C:\Windows\system32\drivers folder or Regedit.
    Win10XPE - Build Your Own Rescue Media
  4. Replies 15 Views 6,537

    Why do you need to boot to this drive?

    Why do you need to boot to this drive?
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    Your damaged Windows drive probably has bad...

    Your damaged Windows drive probably has bad sectors on the HDD where the Boot files are, so no software is going to let you boot into that HDD,. Why do you need to Boot to it?
    If you want to access...
  6. Thread: Long File Name Crashes by spunk
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 5 Views 917

    Solved Let us know which method you chose so others may...

    Let us know which method you chose so others may learn
  7. Thread: Accessing Files by spunk
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 13 Views 1,572

    Your issue is you are using a Hyphen or Dash -...

    Your issue is you are using a Hyphen or Dash - for the first character of your file name. Windows will not allow it. As that is reserved for Windows files only.
    You can save files to the C: drive,...
  8. Thread: a problem with 2 of my USB plug in devices by spunk
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 5 Views 318

    I would consider getting a USB Hub with it's own...

    I would consider getting a USB Hub with it's own Power Adapter, to avoid these issues in the future.
  9. Thread: Can't connect TV to wireless display by spunk
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 12 Views 717

    Maybe the OP can clear up the questions, What is...

    Maybe the OP can clear up the questions, What is the Make and Model of the TV? What protocol do they use to connect to their TV? Is it Bluetooth, or are you connecting WiFi.
    Many driver files are...
  10. Thread: Can't connect TV to wireless display by spunk
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 12 Views 717

    Here is a video showing you how to boot into UEFI...

    Here is a video showing you how to boot into UEFI Bios settings
    YouTube
  11. Thread: Can't connect TV to wireless display by spunk
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 12 Views 717

    What is the Model # of your Asus Desktop? Go to...

    What is the Model # of your Asus Desktop?
    Go to the Asus download drivers site, find your model # and download the latest Bluetooth driver for your model
  12. Thread: a problem with 2 of my USB plug in devices by spunk
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 5 Views 318

    Does the USB Hub have it's own power adapter? ...

    Does the USB Hub have it's own power adapter?
    USB ports on laptops are notoriously under powered, USB Mass Storage Devices, like USB HDD's, Optical Drive, Flash Drives, Cameras etc, require Extra...
  13. Thread: Accessing Files by spunk
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 13 Views 1,572

    Don’t start or end your filename with a space,...

    Don’t start or end your filename with a space, period, hyphen, or underline.
    Save your file in a Folder on the C: drive, Desktop or in a Directory (ie) Pictures, Music, Downloads etc
  14. Thread: Long File Name Crashes by spunk
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 5 Views 917

    Solved Part of the file name is the Path. If the folder...

    Part of the file name is the Path. If the folder that the files are in are deep within other folders or directories, move the folder to the Root of the C:\ drive. Or create a drive letter for the...
  15. Thread: Accessing Files by spunk
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 13 Views 1,572

    As stated, do not save files to the C:\ drive,...

    As stated, do not save files to the C:\ drive, but rather, if it is a Picture file which you may call an Image (ie) .tiff, .jpg, .png etc, then save it in the C:\Users\[UserName]\Pictures folder. or...
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    Boot into Setup (Bios) go to the Security tab....

    Boot into Setup (Bios) go to the Security tab. Disable Secure Boot or Fast Startup. On the Advanced tab look for Power Management, if that is there Disable Fast Startup from there.
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    Solved You could have used the Clean command in Diskpart...

    You could have used the Clean command in Diskpart as well. If you have deleted ALL partitions or ran the Clean command, the drive will show as Unallocated Space in Disk Management. There is no need...
  18. Replies 7 Views 412

    Solved Attach your 256GB SSD internally to your desktop...

    Attach your 256GB SSD internally to your desktop as a Secondary drive. Or attach it via a USB Adapter,Dock or Enclosure
    When you boot from the current C: drive, the Secondary SSD will show in This...
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    As stated, C:\Program Files is for Program Files...

    As stated, C:\Program Files is for Program Files only.
    You can extract a zipped file to most any other User file location (ie) C:\Users\Downloads, Desktop, Documents etc
  20. Thread: Memory Integrity can't be started. by spunk
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 6 Views 787

    InfraRecorder is a good one too; Download...

    InfraRecorder is a good one too; Download InfraRecorder latest release, did Imention it was free.
    Go to the tool bar to Actions/Close Disc.
    Roxio is a lot of bloated software you don't need, it's...
  21. Thread: Words on screen too difficult to read by spunk
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 3 Views 956

    Solved Right click the desktop and choose Display...

    Right click the desktop and choose Display Settings..Scroll down to Scale and Layout. Increase the Size of the Text, apps and other items. Choose 125% or larger.
    Also, as stated, go to...
  22. Thread: After shutdown PC comes back to life by spunk
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 6 Views 1,886

    Press the Windows key+S in the search box type...

    Press the Windows key+S in the search box type Power Options and press Enter.On the left panel choose Choose what Power Buttons do. Click change settings that are currently unavailable. Uncheck Turn...
  23. Thread: HDD inaccessible by spunk
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 30 Views 3,047

    As stated, open the case and check the cabling,...

    As stated, open the case and check the cabling, make sure the Data cable and the power cable are set to the back of the drive securely. Follow the data cable and make sure it is secure in the...
  24. Thread: Device Manager > Print Queues Empty by spunk
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 9 Views 681

    This sadly IS true. Some older devices do not...

    This sadly IS true. Some older devices do not work in USB 3.0 ports, even though it is supposed to be backward compatible. Have you tired the printer in the 2.0 port?
  25. Thread: Device Manager > Print Queues Empty by spunk
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 9 Views 681

    Go to Device Manager,. right click the ? and...

    Go to Device Manager,. right click the ? and choose Uninstall. Unplug the USB cable from the computer end and restart the computer. When the computer comes back up, plug in the USB cable to a...
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