Windows 10: Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 14926 for PC and Mobile Insider
Could someone please confirm that their network discovery is fine. Just trying to ascertain whether it is just a few systems with this problem or whether it is universal.
For me, and at least some others, net view produces a 1312 error and I get absolutely no shares shown.
Network Discovery is working fine here.
Thanks for replying. Really strange why some have this problem but not others.
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I have the same problem. It's an old HP dx2400 (Dual Core E2200, intel G33).
You need to go to Device Manager (use Win+X) and update the video driver manually selecting from a list, select "Microsoft Basic Display Adapter" and reboot. With that you can see again anything that uses XAML.
What CPU and GPU are you using? I suspect it happens with any CPU that lacks SSE4.1 support.
Lumia 640 did mobile upgrade and now on startup shows enter PIN but no keyboard to enter PIN
Hello..I have this Microsoft Windows 10 (build 14393), 64-bit How can i update to the latest version?
In settings under Updates find Windows Insider program (bottom) and select join Windows Insider and select which ring you will join: slow or fast.
Thanks for your reply.
Here is already my email..Need to put the Get Started?
#WindowsInsiders who are hitting the 800703ed error (update starts/fails) when installing 14926 on mobile: remove SD card and try again.
Wouldn't doing that destroy apps that are on the SD card?
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