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#1 - davide445
Using a 3D application I arrived to allocate 110GB of memory on my system with 32GB of physical RAM. With the F: HDD ...
Using a 3D application I arrived to allocate 110GB of memory on my system with 32GB of physical RAM. With the F: HDD working at 100% for 1h and the whole system unresponsive I ...
Using a 3D application I arrived to allocate 110GB of memory on my system with 32GB of physical RAM. With the F: HDD working at 100% for 1h and the whole system unresponsive I decided to kill the app. The VM is managed from Win10, that ...
#8 - davide445
Just to let know I was easier than expected to make them work. Installed first the AMD card in the primary x16 slot ...
Just to let know I was easier than expected to make them work. Installed first the AMD card in the primary x16 slot, boot update drivers and shutdown. Installed Nvidia card on x8 ...
Just to let know I was easier than expected to make them work. Installed first the AMD card in the primary x16 slot, boot update drivers and shutdown. Installed Nvidia card on x8 slot, boot and the system simply work without any problem on ...

Close remote desktop session and launch an executable

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#7 - davide445
[C] cmd /c "tscon.exe 1 /dest:console" start "" "C:\Users\User\Desktop\BikeCube\ ... This is working, thanks. The ...
[C] cmd /c "tscon.exe 1 /dest:console" start "" "C:\Users\User\Desktop\BikeCube\ ... This is working, thanks. The only minor problem is on the remote desktop the console does ...
[C] cmd /c "tscon.exe 1 /dest:console" start "" "C:\Users\User\Desktop\BikeCube\ ... This is working, thanks. The only minor problem is on the remote desktop the console does remain open behind the launched application. Any way to close ...

Close remote desktop session and launch an executable

Network and Sharing

#5 - davide445
Or otherwise find a way to make it work the script of the first post. Ideal will be no reboot, just leave remote session ...
Or otherwise find a way to make it work the script of the first post. Ideal will be no reboot, just leave remote session and restart the client. ...
Or otherwise find a way to make it work the script of the first post. Ideal will be no reboot, just leave remote session and restart the client. ...

Close remote desktop session and launch an executable

Network and Sharing

#3 - davide445
I already tried that, but the reboot can be long due to updates and also the client didn't load immediately, so the ...
I already tried that, but the reboot can be long due to updates and also the client didn't load immediately, so the users can look at the win desktop for about 10 sec and ...
I already tried that, but the reboot can be long due to updates and also the client didn't load immediately, so the users can look at the win desktop for about 10 sec and eventually do any action. The first problem I can solve disabling ...

Close remote desktop session and launch an executable

Network and Sharing

#1 - davide445
Having a Windows 10 Enteriprise 2016 LTSB installed on an industrial PC for a totem with a touch screen. This PC run a ...
Having a Windows 10 Enteriprise 2016 LTSB installed on an industrial PC for a totem with a touch screen. This PC run a client application, for simple operations I need sometimes ...
Having a Windows 10 Enteriprise 2016 LTSB installed on an industrial PC for a totem with a touch screen. This PC run a client application, for simple operations I need sometimes to access the PC with Remote Desktop from a remote location ...

BSOD after Linux installation (?)

BSOD Crashes and Debugging

#2 - davide445
Just an update, using Boot-Repair I flagged sda as bootable and I was able again to boot Windows. Not sure this was the ...
Just an update, using Boot-Repair I flagged sda as bootable and I was able again to boot Windows. Not sure this was the problems since in my understanding there was also some ...
Just an update, using Boot-Repair I flagged sda as bootable and I was able again to boot Windows. Not sure this was the problems since in my understanding there was also some Windows update going, but so far, back to normality. ...

BSOD after Linux installation (?)

BSOD Crashes and Debugging

#1 - davide445
Currently experiencing INACESSIBLE BOOT DEVICE BSOD, there is some history - sda is the 275GB SSD drive with only ...
Currently experiencing INACESSIBLE BOOT DEVICE BSOD, there is some history - sda is the 275GB SSD drive with only windows - sdb is the 3TB HDD drive with only windows (in fact ...
Currently experiencing INACESSIBLE BOOT DEVICE BSOD, there is some history - sda is the 275GB SSD drive with only windows - sdb is the 3TB HDD drive with only windows (in fact only a NTFS data drive, but with some application installed ...
#18 - davide445
I considered my doubt solved if I can simply shift the SSD1 with the Win10 installation to the new PC. About the Linux ...
I considered my doubt solved if I can simply shift the SSD1 with the Win10 installation to the new PC. About the Linux installation on the second disk this will follow his guided ...
I considered my doubt solved if I can simply shift the SSD1 with the Win10 installation to the new PC. About the Linux installation on the second disk this will follow his guided installation. ...
#6 - davide445
Find it, but I can't find any guide to achieve this result. ...
Find it, but I can't find any guide to achieve this result. ...
Find it, but I can't find any guide to achieve this result. ...
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