My memory card is not being imported onto computer. I never had this problem before until I upgraded to Windows 10. I have to say overall I am very dissatisfied with this new version. Not the only issue, but this is important to me. My camera is a Canon 350HS Power Shot. I was able to upload prior to upgrading.
I have an HP DV4 Laptop(i5, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD) that came with Windows 7, I recently updated to Win10. Everything seems fine except of the high CPU usage in System and Compressed memory. I narrowed it down to the Realtek Memory Card reader. I should also mention that right after the Win10 update two Realtek Memory Card Reader entries were in Device Manager with yellow exclamation icons.
I deleted them and had Windows install the drivers from Windows updates, after that everything LOOKS fine. And there's only one entry now.After a while I noticed the fan making a lot of noise, wasn't like that in Win7.Anyway, after hours of troubleshooting I eventually came back to the Realtek reader, sure enough after disabling it CPU went to normal.I have also downloaded the newest driver from realtek site.
I'm stumped but before I upgrade to Windows 7. I have 1000's of photos stored on a separate hard drive system. In Win 7 I had set up auto play to save the photos to a folder on the external drive. In Win 10 I can't seem to do this, I've been to Settings/Devices - Auto Play, and in the end the only way round was to change the path of the system folder 'pictures' to the path on the drive. Photos now get imported to the right place but I'm not happy it being a system folder and the photos are imported into a folder named by the date. In Win 7 I could tag the photos on import and the folder & photos would be named with the tag and numbered sequentially. I need this functionality back.
Can I on windows 10 mobile change the location of my mails from built in memory to the SD card? I'm using a Lumia 1320 with just 8Gb built in and my mails drain mi space complitly, so I wonder (and how) to have my mails on my SD card?
I have a HP pav 500 something or other and it cannot keep a stable connections ( for more than 2 seconds) to my wifi. The wifi card is a Qualcomm Atheros AR9485 802.11b|g|n WiFi Adapter and always worked well before i installed Win 10.I got fed up tryin to fix driver issues so i bought a usb wifi card. It is ment to relay 150mbps but mannages 1-2 Mbps. i have speed tested my phone on wifi in the same location as my HP pc and my phone recieves 35Mbps.i have tried updating the drivers but all seem up to date.
I have an nvidia 860m graphics card (Lenovo Y50 Laptop with an i5 processor) and I cannot launch any games with it. I've uninstalled and re downloaded everything from the drivers to the games. My final conclusion is that something is wrong when my computer tries to use my graphics card, but I don't know how to fix it.
For when I launch Witcher 2, it says "Direct3D 9 device initialization error".For when I launch The Legend of Korra (game) it says "Error : Graphic::Startup() FAILED. No Graphic Memory".I looked at other threads, but I don't know how to reset a graphic card's BIOS.
I recently upgraded my laptop to Windows 10 from Windows 8.1. After that, my Realtek PCIe GBE Family Controller (ethernet) randomly stops working. After a reboot or "fixing" the problem, the card works for anywhere from 1 minute to 4 hours, then fails again.
Sometimes "failing" means that in control panel it shows that it is still connected, but doesn't actually work, [URL]
or other times it just shows that it is unplugged, when that is certainly not the case [URL]
Troubleshooting the problem with Windows troubleshooter yields three errors, seemingly random when they each appear.
The three errors are "The Default Gateway is not Available", this error [URL], and then finally a DNS error that shows up on Chrome and the Windows troubleshooter [URL]. The way the internet stops working is Chrome will stop loading web pages and give me a DNS error, shown in the most recent gyazo.
So far I have tried rebooting numerous times, (which USUALLY fixes it for a few minutes), troubleshooting with Windows troubleshooter, and changing the DNS servers to Google's (which I have now changed back to the automatic setting since my ISP, Time Warner Cable, isn't too happy about working on an external DNS server. I have also tried eight different ethernet cables, over two different networks and routers. All of this has begun after I upgraded to Windows 10.
I have tried three different drivers for the ethernet card; one from Realtek's website, one from my laptop manufacturer's website (Sager), and lastly Window's generic one, none of which have worked for me. It could be a coincidence, but it seems that if I have constant load on my ethernet card, it lasts for much longer without failing.
I have installed Windows10 on a Gateway FX530 desktop PC. All has gone well with one exception. The OS seems to recognize that there is a card reader attached, I can see them through Device manager. When I insert a SD card the system completely ignores the device and will not allow me to access it. I have tried to change the drivers, without success. This card reader worked just fine with Windows 7 Pro and there was no indication that they would not work with Windows 10 when I ran the upgrade test.
I'm running a 64 bit Windows 10 laptop. On idle, the System process is showing a high memory usage of more than 150 MB, usually more than 200 MB. Using poolmon the pooltag SpDN showed up with a memory leak. It leads to the Intel Matrix Storage Manager driver, iaStorV.sys. How should I go about fixing the problem?
I have just replaced my WiFi card from (BCM943228HMB) to BCM94352HMB. Before replacing my WiFi card i done the following:
Made computer boot in safe mode with networking.
After that i replaced the card, then booted into windows 10 (safe mode with networking) and checked device manager. Everything was OK (See attached picture). I then tried to turn on WiFi, but it does not turn on.
We're having a discussion over at DP Review. It's a photography site, but they also have a PC Talk forum. Anyway there's a discussion thread - USB thumb drives vs Card Readers in which we're trying to figure out if Windows will boot from a card reader with a SD card installed?
Basically you install the boot media on the SD card, use a card reader to read and boot from it.
I've never tried or seen this so I may be completely wrong, but I contend that neither Windows nor the BIOS will recognize the card reader as a valid boot drive.
Just got off the phone with Microsoft. They said that this option is not currently supported. In fact, they told me there was no way to even move the Onedrive directory. This was the big selling point for buying a tablet with limited storage.
I recently updated to windows 10 from windows 8.1 and I have encountered lots of issues,
Firstly, my graphics card (GeForce gtx 760) isn't detected at all! Judging by the frame rate in the few games I can run, it seems to be just using the Intel built in graphics in my cpu. I can't open GeForce experience to update my driver.
Secondly, My computer is booting and running far slower than it was with windows 8.1 and a lot of programs won't open.
I have windows 10 on my new system and when I insert my SD card it wont show its content. I plugged my camera directly into the computer and still not showing up. I go into windows manager and I can see my SD card in there but when I right click I cannot assign a drive letter. Everything is grayed out. My USB flash drives are all showing up and all additional hard drives. The SD cards I saw are FAT32 format from the camera. When I put them in my laptop and another desktop the pictures show up.
I upgraded to Windows 10 about a month ago, aside from the learning a new system issues I haven't had many problems. I first noticed issues with accessing my secondary drive (URL...), then the programs started hanging up. Within the last week or so my computer's memory usage has been been at 98% and up. So much so that just switching from one program to another takes several seconds and opening a new program almost shuts down my computer.
I was told by the Windows 10 update tool that my video card was not supported and therefore couldn't update to Windows 10. I did a little research and found a relatively cheap card from Maplin that was compatible with 10. I've installed it all OK but the update tool still refers to my old card - the date of the update tool is from yesterday - can I get the update tool to run again or will it do it automatically?
In October I bought the MSI GTX 980 graphics card as an upgrade for my Radeon R9 280x. I presumed that I would be getting a lot better performance in games since the 980 is a much more powerful card, this was the case in some games like GTA 5 where I can run the game at much higher settings. However I have found that in a lot of other games my performance seems to have gone down, as an example I will use Borderlands 2 as I have been playing this a lot recently.
Using my old card I was getting pretty much a constant 90+FPS when playing Borderlands 2 but with my current card I am currently getting less than 60 at most times and during combat it can drop to 20's. This doesn't make any sense to me as I have not changed any other hardware other than the graphics card and somehow It is performing worse than my old card.
I understand that the CPU is one of the biggest FPS factors and know that an upgrade to that would be needed for a lot higher FPS but surely an upgrade shouldn't cause an FPS decrease.
On installing Win !0 there was no wireless function, but win 10 initialised the card however when the laptop sleeps the card drops out and it has to be reset every time the card is Intel(R) Pro/Wireless 3945ABG. If the laptop is kept awake there is no problem