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  1. Hey you can solve it through recovery. To enter the Recovery mode, interrupt the normal boot process by shut down the machine just when you see the Windows logo. Repeat this three times in a row, on the fourth time, and you will see the Recovery mode. Click the See advanced repair options button. Here select Troubleshoot on the “Choose an option” page. Be sure to select Advanced options on the “Troubleshoot” page. Select Startup Settings at the “Advanced options” page Click on the Restart button. Restart happens quickly and it will display a new menu. Press either the 3 or F3 button on the keyboard. Your machine restarts into low-resolution video mode. Hopefully, your issue is fixed. Regards, Jake Paul.
  2. Solution - Set Bluetooth services to automatic Press the Windows and R keys at the same time to launch Run. Type services.msc and hit Enter. Check if the Bluetooth Support Service is turned on and set to Automatic. If this is not the case, right-click on Bluetooth Support Service and go to Properties. Use the drop-down menu to set Bluetooth services to Automatic. This shall help you out. Do keep me posted on it.
  3. Hey this should help you out. It helped me solve the issue. Power on and off your computer three times How do you do that? Power on, when you see the Windows Logo - power off Power on, when you see the Windows Logo - power off Power on, it will then your computer will boot into the Advanced Recovery environment You might be asked to sign in with your Microsoft Account or Local Account password. Click Advanced Options Click Troubleshoot Click Advanced Options Click System Restore, see if you can go back to an earlier time. If not, boot into the recovery environment again, then try performing a startup repair. Perform the startup repair a couple more times then restart again to see if you are able to boot to the desktop successfully. If that does not work. Power on and off your computer three times On the third time, your computer will boot into the Advanced Recovery environment Click Advanced Options Click Troubleshoot Click Reset this PC Click Keep my files Choose your account Enter your password Click Continue Click Reset Do let me know after you try this. This is the only way out as of now.
  4. From what I have experienced, I think the problem was regarding its security, or a bug post update. The yellow exclamation mark on Windows drives often appears when the drive capacity is low, but if you are installing Windows 10, the possible cause is that Bitlocker drive encryption is turned off. Some users said they had this error after updating Windows 10 several times without success. For other people who face the same issue, follow these steps to resolve it under a minute. Enter PowerShell in the search box. Right-click PowerShell in the search results and select Run As Administrator . The PowerPoint window will appear. You enter the Get-BitLockerVolume command The list of Bitlocker drives will be displayed. Notice that Protection Status is Off . Now we just need to turn it on. Enter the Resume-BitLocker -MountPoint command 'C:' (or if the drive is yellowed not C, you replace C with the drive letter listed in the list above). You will see Protection Status is now On. Open My Computer and see if the yellow exclamation mark on the drive disappears. I Hope This Helps You Out!
  5. For better clarity and to assist you better I would require more information regarding this: - Did this happen after a software or windows update? - Did you reset the browser and check? - Did you try with a different browser to isolate the issue further? Uninstall the printer from "programs and features" which can be accessed by doing a right-click on the Windows button (Please have the printer Off and disconnected during uninstallation.) Check in device manager, if the printer is listed there, please delete it. (Right-click on the Windows button to access device manager) Go to devices and printers, select any printer listed there and you will get some options on the top. Click on print server properties. You will get a popup, click on the drivers tab and delete all the HP printer drivers listed there if any. Delete all the instances of your printer listed in devices and printers. Restart the PC. Once the PC is on the desktop, press Win + R, it would bring a Run dialog box, Type %temp% in the run box and click Ok or hit the Enter button. It would bring up the temporary files folder. Delete the files in the folder (You might not be able to delete all the files). If possible, delete the printer from the registries using Regedit Ignore the Regedit option if it cannot be done. Restart the PC again. Then download the latest full feature driver for your desired printer from the Web. This should help solve the problem being faced. Hope this helps you out.
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