Last week my PC got a update of .net framework and MS office...according to that I updated but because of this update it broke the update settings of w10...i'm unable to update to new build(10041)...also I tried to turn w10 in safe mode to make restore to previous restore point but after pressing f8 it didn't show me the safe mode options.
I've got a Nokia Lumia 530 and it was running happily on Win10. With the new build out you had to firstly roll back to 8.1 Update 1, then install Windows Insider and update.Unfortunately I don't seem to have enough drive space to do the update. It needs 1.35 gig and although Storage Sense says 1.39 gig available, it won't progress due to insufficient space. Must be some temp files or something.I've moved every app I can over to the SD card but to no avail.
I just build a new machine with a Gigabyte B85M-D3H mobo, Intel Pentium G3258 CPU, 4GB Corsair Value Select DDR3 1333 and 120GB Samsung EVO SSD. I now want to clean install Windows 10 Home (64-bit) from USB drive (created with media creation tool), but the machine is stuck in boot loop. The Windows logo appears for a few seconds and then the machine reboots, I don't have clue where in the boot process something goes wrong.
I already tried with a usb stick with Windows 8 installation files and this starts without issues. I made sure Fast boot en secure boot were disabled but without success. Also already reset the BIOS with optimized settings.
The stick boots till the first screen on different other machines.
So, recently (after the November build release) I woke the next morning to find that my computer underwent a rather major update. After which, it seemed, my home network was thrown out of wack. I immediately rolled/reverted/recovered to previous build. But now everything is out of wack. Most of the time I have to restart my computer just so it'll communicate with my printer to start printing.
And restarting the computer is twice as long if it restarts at all. Most of the time It gets stuck in the "restart" progress animates (the rotating circles) and I have to press the restart button on the computer tower, with great regret and dread. Transferring files from one windows 10 device to another is a 50/50 hit or miss. I'm not literate when it comes to networking and was super happy how everything was.
But now, not only is my wifi home network out of wack, but my computer itself is wonky. I figure I might as well reinstall the newest build in hopes that it'll at least fix a fe of the problems. But anytime I check for updates, the newest build no longer shows up.
Due to corrupt windows files my pc is unable to start. i am able to go into the bios, but after that it will freeze on the windows logo during start up. i have made a usb windows 10 installer and tried to start the pc up using that as my hard drive (went into bios and changed it to use that as my hard drive) but it still freezes on the same screen. I even unplugged my hdd and booted up but the same thing happens so I don't believe the problem is with my hd.
I wanted to try out windows 10 on my old PC, so I downloaded the latest ISO and installed I via USB. After installing, I'm stuck on the create account screen and can't pass it. Tried entering outlook account, tried creating local account but nothing works and I'm stuck on create account screen. See the attached images ....
When I first got Windows 10, I experienced frequent crashes and hangs, and I frequently had to restart, because something wasn't working right. About a month ago, the system finally became reasonably stable. Yesterday, I upgraded to build 10586, and so far at least I haven't had any crashes or hangs, but every time I turn the computer on, I have to restart to get everything to work right. Is it possible to just ignore those build upgrade notices, so I can enjoy a stable OS for a while?
I have received the free update from Windows 7 to Windows 10.My issues originally started when the start menu with the apps on disappeared I researched the internet and managed to fix this by using Powershell and copying and pasting in some instrucitons
My computer has recently done an update and I am on build 10240 and now my apps do not work at all. I wish I could go back to WIndows 7 but am over the month where it allows you to which is very annoying as Windows 10 seems very unstable.how I am to get my apps working again I have researched the internet and tried some fixes (including Powershell again) but to no avail The apps do not work - not in the start menu or in the all apps section.
The build worked fine for a few hours...but while I was watching a video on youtube my desktop rebooted and then it was an infinite reboot loop(works only till the windows loading and when coming to the sign in page it reboots)..
I have been an Insider since the beginning and have received all the updates during the past few months. I'm currently stuck in build 10166 and Windows Update informs me that my device is current. Checking for updates yields nothing new except that Defender is updated daily, sometimes more than once. On the next page I see a "Fix Me" button, but when I click on that up comes a dialog asking if I want to discontinue future builds.
I ran the update troubleshooter, which reports: "Problems found: Service registration is missing or corrupt. Not fixed". I don't know if this is the cause of my problem, nor do I know how to repair the service registration. I suspect this will impair my upgrade to the final Windows 10 build on Wednesday.
I'm trying to roll back to the OEM Win 7 on this machine. On the setting page "Updates & security" the options under "recovery" did NOT include rolling back to Win 7. The only choice was to roll back to the previous build. I thought perhaps I would have to work my way back to 7 build, by build. I started out with 10041, then 10130, then 10240. I clicked the "Back to previous build, hoping. Well, it went back to 10130 no problem. However, that is it. Going the Setting, Updates& Security route within this roll back of 10130 there is no way to keep going back to finally get back to Win 7.
Just got a new build and keep getting crashes while gaming on certain games. I've monitored temps and haven't been any where near thresholds. I stress tested the PC using Prime95 and other benchmarks. A screen print of the minidump analysis is included.
It's subtle and hard to put your finger on at first, but I noticed my eyes getting tired and getting a headache from the lack of contrast, so I plugged it into an external monitor and compared between a computer with an older build and the new build and the blacks are no longer black, they're grey and the whole contrast is muted with everything washed out.
No update available to the GPU so I had to roll back to an older build. I've still got a headache from that, hope they catch this and don't just steam ahead