Win 10 and WLM 2011 (Windows Live Mail.) Previous to upgrading to Windows 10, I sent and received emails using WLM. No problems, everything worked fine. After Win 10 install over win 7, (keep all settings, apps etc) I cannot send/receive emails, nor can I use Chrome Browser "This page is unavailable" But that is another issue for later.
I have checked and double checked the settings, Servers, usernames, passwords etc. Still cannot connect
Message received: "Unable to send or receive messages for the XXXXXXXXXX account. The host 'pop.XXXXX.com.au' could not be found. Please verify that you have entered the server name correctly. Server: 'pop.XXXXX.com.au' Windows Live Mail Error ID: 0x800CCC0D (Googled this, but the answer was to Uninstall Zone Alarm etc, and I do not have it) Protocol: POP3 Port: 110 Secure(SSL): No Socket Error: 11003
Makes no difference if the email is Gmail, Yahoo, or POP/Imap. I don't want to resort to using MAIL/Calendar with Win 10. The internet connection is working fine, but not for WLM 2011 or Mozilla Thunderbird 38.2.0 (Just found out) I can use the internet connection with EDGE, but that is all. Yes, I did goto win10 help pages, but still no fix available.
I have HP Elitebook 8460p with mobile broadband module. Am using internet on my PC with Mobile Broadband using Cellular network sim card. So can any body know hot to send sms from windows 10. I know that Windows 10 have own message apps but it just received sms. and when i try to send sms from it. The an error received that make sure you have turn off Flight mode. but i have also turn off my flight mode.
I'm using Windows 10 Mobile on Lumia 925 and am unable to send or receive MMS (text messages containing images).
Mobile internet is working, as well as normal text messages but whenever I try to send a message containing an image, it simply says "failed - tap to try again". Of course, I can try again, it still doesn't work.
APN settings are ok.
Note that on Windows Phone 8.1 I had no such problems on the same phone. This is Build 10586 but it already didn't work with previous builds.
I now get "Network Operation Failed" and below that, "Error with send/receive. There was an error synchronizing your folder hierarchy. Error: 80041004"
This Outlook install is part of Office 2010. Everything was running fine until this morning. I did a lot of searching and found a reference to a Control Panel setting. However, now, it appears that Control Panel has gone missing!!! I ran a utility on the command line, I forget the actual command, to deal with corrupted files. It found some issue, so it said. I rebooted. Nothing has changed... I've wasted the whole day so far.
I don't know if it is related but I seem to also have problems on some web sites displaying images. As if the HTML is displayed only, without the css settings. (Chrome browser) - same on Firefox browser.
Why is my Lumia 730 with Windows 10 Technical Preview unable to Restore backup data from OneDrive? Today I received an update from Windows Insider Program. Before installing it, I Backed up my phone data (Lumia Denim) to OneDrive. Then downloaded and installed the update, and now my phone is having Windows 10 Technical Preview. Although it was installed successfully, still I found some bug in the Flight Mode option . Flight Mode was ON and I couldn't turn it OFF. So I tried RESET MY PHONE.
While resetting my phone, it asked whether I would like to restore from the already Backed up data from OneDrive. I selected YES, but after successfully restoring data up to 20% the phone notified me that UNABLE TO VERIFY YOUR ACCOUNT. I repeated the process thrice with no solution. My phone is working phone, but I need the backed up data, mainly the contact list from the backed up data at OneDrive. How I could get my contact list back from back up without RESETTING THE PHONE. [No issues with my Internet connection]
I'm running Windows 10 Professional x64 build 10240 on my Lenovo X220 laptop. I've subscribed to receive Insider builds on the fast ring, but every time I check for updates I am told "Your device is up to date", and no available updates are shown.
Previously it was working fine; I was receiving regular definition updates for Windows Defender and a number of updates for Windows 10 x64-based systems. Then, a few weeks ago I was offered "th2_professional_10525" (at least, I think that was the name), but this update appeared to fail, and on rebooting the laptop I got the message "Something went wrong..." at the logon screen.
I believe build 10565 is now available on the fast and slow ring. I've changed to the slow ring but still get the "Your device is up to date" message when I check for updates.
How can I get Windows Update to recognise that a later build is available?
did soft reset worked but later again the same issue "loading..." did hard reset worked but later again the same issue "loading..." did hard reset twice using volume and power button worked but later the same issue"loading..."
i remember i had the similar issue with the technical preview too. but i thought MS will fix it in final version. but it is still there. no matter if i connect via nokia pc suite or create dial up manually. no progress.
Having changed from windows 7 to windows 10 MS word now requires one to log into Microsoft Exchange to obtain address book MS exchange apparently is now required (at a PRICE) to send an E mails direct from MS word.
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.
After the latest update yesterday of win10, I was able to connect to the internet. But once my laptop was shut down, I've been unable to connect since. Rebooted wireless remote and double checked all of the connections. Defender took over as my firewall from Advast. I've been able to shut off Defender but am still unable to connect to the net. In my wanderings, I did come across "report" that information was being sent but nothing going past some unknown firewall. As far as I know there are only 2; defender and Advast.
Upgraded Win 7 Pro Dell laptop to Win 10 Pro. Screen resolution changed on first win 10 boot and other resolutions greyed out. Windows update says unable to update Intel HD graphics drivers. Downloaded win 10 drivers from Intel site and installed. On reboot get continual bsod as above. No restore point since upgrade. Can't boot to Windows. how to get past the bsod
So I have an HP Envy laptop. Recently web browsing has intermittently become painfully slow on both Edge and Chrome (e.g. loading this website hung for a few minutes) and I have many timeouts on websites. This appears to be the case even when I use different Wifi networks. I do not have this problem with my desktop which shares the network.
I was wondering in Windows was in the middle of some update, but when I click on Settings -> Update & Security Settings, the control panel window simply loads a white field on the right and the words: Windows Update, Windows Defender, Backup, Recovery, Activation, Find My Device, and For Developers. I can click on nothing. The control panel often freezes (e.g. if I click on a web browser I cannot click back on its icon, but can see it if I minimize all other applications) and eventually auto-closes. When I search for Advanced Windows Update settings, I get a light blue screen with the control panel icon in the center which promptly auto-closes. I can access all other control panel options, just not anything below Update & Security.
I downloaded Microsoft Security Scanner and ran than across the entire system; no threats were found. I currently am running Windows Defender which last updated itself this early this morning.
I am using Windows 10 version 1511 OS build 10586.104.
I used to be a knowledgeable Windows user, but stop keeping current a couple of versions back. Does this sound like anything familiar or previously seen?