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Steve K.

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  1. Steve K.'s post in Missing labels was marked as the answer   
    That is just freaky.... Before updating Windows, I would update my video card drivers. Check your PC/Laptop make and model and see if the PC Maker has a newer display adapter for it. DELL and HP are all really good at this. If you have a dedicated adapter (like NVIdia), hit install GForce Experience to get the latest drivers. 
    Being that you mouse over them and things get better..... It "could" be Windows related. What version are you running 1909? <Press Windows Key > Type WINVER and press enter.
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  2. Steve K.'s post in PC directory versus OneDrive was marked as the answer   
    Hello,
    You may have a setting called "Files on Demand" enabled. Take a look at this article to review the settings and how to configure it.
    https://www.groovypost.com/howto/enable-onedrive-on-demand-files-windows-10/.
    Thanks!
  3. Steve K.'s post in Toshiba P200-140 and Windows 10 was marked as the answer   
    HI @Iztok
    Here is the system requirements for running Windows 10:
    https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/windows-10-specifications?OCID=win10_null_vanity_win10specs&SilentAuth=1&wa=wsignin1.0
    My suggestion is to review your laptop specs with the OS to determine if it will support the OS. You should also goto the Toshiba website and look for Windows 10 Drivers for Wifi and Bluetooth. Might be able to resolve those issues. If Toshiba does not offer the drivers.. might be an indication that your system is not supported.
  4. Steve K.'s post in DNS SERVER was marked as the answer   
    Hi @buffy2011 - Have you done anything to customize your DNS settings? You should be picking up your DNS settings from DHCP each time you connect to your WIFI network. 
    To check your network card to confirm you've not made any changes
    1 - Click Windows Key and Type Network Connections
    2 - Right Click your Network Interface and click Properties
    3 - Click Internet Protocol Version 4 and click Properties
    4 - Ensure all IP address and DNS settings are set to "Automatic".
     
     
  5. Steve K.'s post in Black screen was marked as the answer   
    Hi @Adam - take a look at the Search here on the site for Black Screen
    https://windows10.help/search/?q=black screen&quick=1
    There are several articles in there which talk about Black Screen as well as how to solve it depending on the issue.
  6. Steve K.'s post in DOS program for windows 10 64 bit was marked as the answer   
    Give this a shot Alex. https://www.groovypost.com/howto/enable-16-bit-application-support-windows-10/
  7. Steve K.'s post in How can I download windows 10 to my xbox1 was marked as the answer   
    Yeah, that's not a thing...
  8. Steve K.'s post in Cannot play MP4 video email attachments was marked as the answer   
    Hi HC,
    For me, the easiest thing to do is go download VLC Player. It's the best MP4 viewer out there - and it's free. https://www.videolan.org/vlc/download-windows.html
    So, not a fix exactly but should get you up and running.
     
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