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       #10

    Well at last by going to "start fullscreen" I finally got rid of the problem and I think other guys (and galls) will find that interesting as an answer to their problem
    Thank you
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  2. Brink's Avatar
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       #11

    I'm glad it could help. :)
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       #12

    Tutorial has been updated to add OPTION THREE. :)
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       #13

    Today I updated to 14901 (pre-release) and cannot turn off tablet mode...
    Settings are unusable (they disappear after trying to open submenu - however Updates Settings are OK...) and tile or regedit tweak doesn't change anything.

    Any other way? Should it work? I still can restore previous build.
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       #14

    Hello ch3mm3y,

    Since this is on an 8" tablet, it may not support a desktop mode.
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    I was using it since I got it in December, so if Microsoft doesn't change support for lower display sizes it should still work.
    But it seems nothing is working so I try to go back at update again.

    EDIT: It seems that I cannot restore it, as there is no option for it in Settings->Updates->Restore.
    And setup.exe from $WINDOWS-BT folder doesn't work (missing boot.wim file).

    EDIT2: Will try installing previous version using pendrive, coz there is no 14901 ISO on Microsoft site.
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    Do you have all drivers installed for the tablet from its manufacturer?

    You might se if you may be able to use a Windows 10 ISO file to repair install.

    https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/9...-download.html

    Repair Install Windows 10 with an In-place Upgrade
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    It was update and everything was fine before. I update from Redstone 1 build to newest 14901 and sh*t happened.

    Will use ISO with 14393 (don't see 14901) to "update"/repair system and than try to update it to 14901 again.
    How do You think, will downgrading it will work? OR Windows won't allow something like that?
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    Anyone has Home x32 update files of 14901? Mine doesn't want to work, and downgrading = clean install.
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       #19

    Tutorial updated to add option 4.
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