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    Hi thanks for your reply. Let us know how things go.
  2. Hi softeyes. Yes you have the latest build. I have that one also! Thanks for your reply!
  3. Your welcome. Sorry I don't have any more suggestions for you. If you find a solution, post back here and let us know what you found.
  4. Hi I suggest you run sfc /scannow -DISM Let us know how things go!
  5. Hi softeyes! Thanks for your reply. There's lots on information in that URL. , and it's all in one place. Happy to hear it helped you.
  6. Hi Here's a great link with a lot of good information about W10 and it's all in one place. Check it out! Let me know what you think.
  7. Hi I found this. See if this helps. Let us know how things go. Welcome to the forum!
  8. Hi Here's info on W10 latest updates!
  9. Hi I'm not familiar with your issue. Not sure if Squid will reply. This is what I found. I'm sure you have been here. Let us know how things go. I'll check back later.
  10. slick333


    Hi! I use a free program called "Who Crashed" It will read your dump files for you. Here's link Here's a link from Lifewire that explains BSOD. Here's link from Microsoft about BSOD on Windows 10. I'm assuming you're running Windows 10 Let us know how things go.
  11. Hi I don't get notifications about threads I'm helping on. I'll try to check back here every couple of hours. Let me know if I can help or answer questions. W10 has lots of ways to recover. Some easy. Some not so easy, but you can recover if your hardware doesn't have problems. I have suggestions for checking hardware also.
  12. Hi here's article I created. W10 has several ways to recover. You can create installation media to repair or reinstall windows 10. Don't worry about the license if the device had W10 installed. Let me know if you need further help and I'll try to help you. You can create your own installation media. Windows has several ways to get your PC up and running when you have a issue. When you boot into the Advanced Startup mode, you will find several options that can help you fix problems. Here's a good link by HTG that explains this really well. It's a good place to start. Here's a tip if Windows won't boot! If your PC isn’t loading Windows 10 and you don’t have the operating system installation files, you can use the following trick. Start your computer and follow the POST, when Windows should begin loading, press the power button to shutdown your computer. Repeat the previous step twice, and in the third restart the operating system should enter into the Windows Recovery Environment (Windows RE), where a number of diagnostics will be performed to try fix any booting issues, but you will also get an option to access the Windows Startup Settings. Here's 6 ways to recover W10. They are listed in the order that I would try. Hope this helps someone.
  13. Hi! That's great. Thanks for your reply. Good information. That will help others. I like happy endings!
  14. Hi! Sorry IDK. Maybe another member will reply with a suggestion latter. You're above my pay grade. Do you have other data on the F drive?? Can you reformat and start over? I hope you don't lose your music. Are the files still on your C drive? Can you start over?
  15. Hi Welcome to the forum. Here's a link. Maybe others will reply latter. I'm not sure where you are in this process. Hope this helps!
  16. Hi See if this helps! Let us know how things go! I'm the author. I have found 5 ways to install W10 updates. 1) The preferred way is the automatic update method, but that doesn't always work. 2) You can go to setting and click on Update and Security. Then click on "Check for updates 3) You can go here and click on "Update now". This will give you the update assistant tool. 4) You can also create a media creation tool and give it a try. This is a great tool to have in your desk drawer. It will help you repair and reinstall Windows when issues come up at a latter time. 5) If all the above methods fail you can use the Windows update Catalog to install the updates manually. You should make sure that your computer is compatible and can run W10. Finally you can also do a clean install, which is the best install of W10 that you will ever get. PS. Check here to see if your PC can run W10. Here's a good link for getting your PC ready for the updates. I hope this helps someone to successfully install W10 updates. Here's a link to check if your PC is freezing or locking up when installing the updates Good luck. I hope you are successful with the updates. They are very important.
  17. Hi Thanks for your reply. You need to have Anti-Virus programs. I use Windows Defender and Malwarebytes Pro. There's always the possibility malware will get by your protection. I suggest you make a installation media USB and have it handy in your desk drawer. That way you will have a way to get your PC back up and running. Here's link for this media!
  18. Hi Welcome to the forum. I don't know any way of dragging the images around. All I can come up with is to copy and paste or cut and paste them. That is a lot of work. Here's link from MS community. Let us know how things go.
  19. Hi Thanks for your reply. I'm glad you got your problem solved. You might want to run the Adwcleaner also. It might find some left overs that Malwarebytes missed.
  20. Hi Here's a great article from Shawn Brink that should help you. Let us know how things go. PS I prefer a 3rd party image program. There are several free ones that that work well. I use Macrium Reflect Free. I wish everyone would learn to make backup images. It would make them fearless, and make their Computer life less stressful
  21. Hi Friend! Don't know whats going on with your thread. We don't have a trained Malware fighter. I suggest running these. I'll be 80 in April. Run these scanners and let us know how things go. (Chose the free version!)
  22. Hi I found this. Let us know how things go.
  23. Hi I found this on MS Community. Let us know how things go!