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  1. Thread: Installing Win10 x86 on NEW Computers!?!?! by NavyLCDR
    Forum: Installation and Upgrade
    Replies 8 Views 1,220

    Thank you. Missed that! Although I seriously...

    Thank you. Missed that! Although I seriously doubt that it is true. The software won't run on a 64 bit OS but is too robust to run in a VM?
  2. Thread: Installing Win10 x86 on NEW Computers!?!?! by NavyLCDR
    Forum: Installation and Upgrade
    Replies 8 Views 1,220

    What about running the required OS in a virtual...

    What about running the required OS in a virtual machine running under Windows 10 Pro 64 bit?
  3. Replies 10 Views 476

    I think your biggest problem is the dual booting...

    I think your biggest problem is the dual booting with Linux. From your screenshot in post #1 the simple way to fix booting into Windows is:


    bcdboot M:\Windows /s J: /f UEFI

    Then you can boot...
  4. Replies 2 Views 163

    In a command prompt with admin privileges try: ...

    In a command prompt with admin privileges try:


    diskpart
    select vol z
    remove
    automount scrub
    assign letter=z
    exit
    exit
  5. Thread: boot from USB to boot from NVMe? by NavyLCDR
    Forum: Installation and Upgrade
    Replies 16 Views 976

    Glad it worked for you! I'd recommend this...

    Glad it worked for you! I'd recommend this little guy if you are going to stick with USB flash drive booting:
    SanDisk Cruzer Fit USB 32GB Flash Drive

    I use them as my boot devices for my TrueNAS...
  6. Thread: Unable to share network computers by NavyLCDR
    Forum: Network and Sharing
    Replies 8 Views 318

    You need to set NTFS file permissions in addition...

    You need to set NTFS file permissions in addition to share permissions.
  7. Thread: boot from USB to boot from NVMe? by NavyLCDR
    Forum: Installation and Upgrade
    Replies 16 Views 976

    I have an NVMe SSD. I just inserted a USB flash...

    I have an NVMe SSD. I just inserted a USB flash drive with a FAT32 partition on it. My Windows on the NVMe SSD is C: drive. The USB flash drive got drive letter F:. I just ran the command:
    ...
  8. Thread: boot from USB to boot from NVMe? by NavyLCDR
    Forum: Installation and Upgrade
    Replies 16 Views 976

    I'm confused. If the laptop has only one slot...

    I'm confused. If the laptop has only one slot for an SSD, but the BIOS won't let it boot from that drive.....then how is the computer supposed to boot at all?
  9. Thread: Dual boot: Problem reinstalling W10 by NavyLCDR
    Forum: Installation and Upgrade
    Replies 33 Views 6,164

    If the commands are run in Windows, yes. Won't...

    If the commands are run in Windows, yes. Won't work in Linux.
  10. Thread: Lost rescue media by NavyLCDR
    Forum: Installation and Upgrade
    Replies 16 Views 946

    Try3 posted the link in the post just above yours.

    Try3 posted the link in the post just above yours.
  11. Thread: Dual boot: Problem reinstalling W10 by NavyLCDR
    Forum: Installation and Upgrade
    Replies 33 Views 6,164

    First, let's see what I have: 332387 My...

    First, let's see what I have:

    332387

    My "Windows 7" (pretend) is C: drive, of course. My Windows 10 partition I want to apply to is T: drive. My DVD is E:. So, I open a command prompt with...
  12. Thread: Dual boot: Problem reinstalling W10 by NavyLCDR
    Forum: Installation and Upgrade
    Replies 33 Views 6,164

    RBowser, You can apply the image from a...

    RBowser,

    You can apply the image from a Command Prompt with Administrator privileges in Windows 7.
  13. Thread: Defrag SSD by NavyLCDR
    Forum: Performance & Maintenance
    Replies 58 Views 13,223

    Here's the thing. Do whatever floats your boat. ...

    Here's the thing. Do whatever floats your boat. If you feel better when Defraggler has an all green screen then go for it. If everything is working fine for you just letting Windows handle defrag...
  14. Thread: Dual boot: Problem reinstalling W10 by NavyLCDR
    Forum: Installation and Upgrade
    Replies 33 Views 6,164

    You can do a clean install to the appropriate...

    You can do a clean install to the appropriate partition by using DISM to apply the Windows 10 image to it.
    Apply Windows Image using DISM Instead of Clean Install
  15. Thread: Dual boot: Problem reinstalling W10 by NavyLCDR
    Forum: Installation and Upgrade
    Replies 33 Views 6,164

    1/2 should be long enough. If you can't run...

    1/2 should be long enough. If you can't run setup.exe from the sources folder, your DVD is bad.
  16. Thread: Dual boot: Problem reinstalling W10 by NavyLCDR
    Forum: Installation and Upgrade
    Replies 33 Views 6,164

    Run setup.exe found in the Sources folder on the...

    Run setup.exe found in the Sources folder on the DVD rather than the root folder of the DVD.

    Also, are you sure you allowed enough time when booting from the DVD for setup to load? It can take...
  17. Thread: Setting up a Windows10 Pro PC as a server? by NavyLCDR
    Forum: Network and Sharing
    Replies 13 Views 2,022

    I use TrueNAS. It was a little bit of learning...

    I use TrueNAS. It was a little bit of learning curve to set up, but once it's going, it just keeps working.

    332139
  18. Thread: EFI System Partition in error by NavyLCDR
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 12 Views 1,153

    Can I ask what you are pointing to then? The PDF...

    Can I ask what you are pointing to then? The PDF file you included shows the EFI System Partition as the System Partition just like it should be.
  19. Thread: Defrag SSD by NavyLCDR
    Forum: Performance & Maintenance
    Replies 58 Views 13,223

    That I can agree with. This is my data (500 GB)...

    That I can agree with. This is my data (500 GB) SSD. 87% fragmented. It has ZERO affect on performance.

    331757
  20. Thread: Defrag SSD by NavyLCDR
    Forum: Performance & Maintenance
    Replies 58 Views 13,223

    I've read that article many times and have posted...

    I've read that article many times and have posted many links to it. Manually defragging an SSD "the old fashioned way" is a completely different process.
  21. Thread: C:\boot missing by NavyLCDR
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 72 Views 269,184

    Glad it worked for you! cre par pri (create...

    Glad it worked for you!

    cre par pri (create partition primary) followed by active is for MBR partitioned drives booting in legacy BIOS computers.
    cre par EFI (create partition EFI) is for GPT...
  22. Thread: EFI System Partition in error by NavyLCDR
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 12 Views 1,153

    If it needed a startup repair, wouldn't the...

    If it needed a startup repair, wouldn't the computer fail to boot?
  23. Thread: Formatting Hard Drive in External Enclosure by NavyLCDR
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 15 Views 1,643

    Why? You just a full format on it!

    Why? You just a full format on it!
  24. Thread: Defrag SSD by NavyLCDR
    Forum: Performance & Maintenance
    Replies 58 Views 13,223

    I disagree. Manually defragging the SSD once a...

    I disagree. Manually defragging the SSD once a month is too much. You should never manually defrag an SSD. For one thing, it isn't going to produce one single benefit and only increase your total...
  25. Thread: Boot loop after Update to 20H2 - unable to start Windows by NavyLCDR
    Forum: Windows Updates and Activation
    Replies 14 Views 2,516

    Don't forget at least one member will suggest...

    Don't forget at least one member will suggest running a whole bunch of .bat files.
    jimbob, my vote is you are going to need a clean install since you did not make system image backups with a...
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