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replied the topic Blue Screen of Death created by BuddyStud

@BuddyStud
Immediately after your computer restarts press F8
Click Troubleshoot
Click Advanced Options
Click Windows Startup Settings
In the list, Click Enable debugging mode
Click Restart (If the Screen does not have a Restart Selector Press the Power Button to Shut down the Computer and Restart that way
Immediately after your computer restarts again, press F8 again
Click Troubleshoot
Click Advanced Options
Select the OS (ex: Windows 8) you want to use an "Advanced Boot Option" for, and press F8
Use the up and down arrow keys to select an advanced option you want to use, and press Enter
Click Windows Startup Settings
Click on Command Prompt
Type in the following Command
chkdsk /f
Your Computer will Troubleshoot and Repair Automatically
Wait for your Computer to run it's course
After it runs and completes you will be able to see the results in the Command Window
Follow the instructions. Be sure to type in the Command Prompt chkdsk /f
NOT sfc /scannow
Does this fix your Computer?








11 days ago
replied the topic Memory @ line 1 in WIN10 created by aj

@aj
This is a Free Program to Regain Memory as you surf the Net.
IObit Smart Ram 3.0 Download Link:
http://download.cnet.com/Smart-Defrag/3000-2094_4-10759533.html?part=dl-&subj=dl&tag=button
I've Included a few Screen Shots of it's Usage (After you Reboot after Installation, adjust the Settings however you want. Hope this helps.






27 days ago
replied the topic Memory @ line 1 in WIN10 created by aj

@aj
Go to Start; Find Windows PowerShell; Right click on it and Select More; Run as Administrator; When you see the Command Prompt, enter the following command: chkdsk /f making sure to add the /f making certain to add a space after chkdsk then a space /f and the screen will ask you if you want to do it upon your next Restart. Then it will ask you to type in y or n (Standing for Yes or No). Type y. Restart. Your Computer will Restart and just follow the directions and let it finish Running through it's Cycle! Your Computer will Repair Itself! Don't run the sfc /scannow. Run chkdsk /f INSTEAD! This should solve your problem!

28 days ago
replied the topic Automatic repair created by lesterb123

@lesterb123
You may use Windows 10 installation disc or USB to perform automatic repair

I would suggest you to contact Microsoft Store or your computer manufacturer to get an installation media.

You may use Windows 10 installation disc/USB to perform automatic repair by creating a Media Creation Tool. Use the link below to create the media tool.

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-10/media-creation-tool-install

Perform the Automatic repair:
a) When your computer starts, wait for the manufacturer logo to check the option for boot menu, it will usually be F12.
b) The boot menu key might differ with each manufacturer. If you are unable to find the boot menu key, you may refer the user manual.
c) Restart the computer, when the manufacturer's logo is displayed, keep pressing the Boot menu option key to enter the boot menu and change the boot option to CD\DVD ROM.
d) After you boot your computer using Windows 8 DVD or System Repair Disc, a black screen appears with gray text "Press any key to boot from CD or DVD". Press any key.
e) Select the correct time and Keyboard type.
f) Click Repair your computer in the lower left corner:
g) Click on Troubleshooting, advanced option and then click Automatic repair.



32 days ago
replied the topic My driver is totally full . how to clean and gain some space created by baladox

@baladox
1:
How to Delete all your Temporary Files:
Go to the start: Run:
%temp%
Then delete all the files that appears, (they just temporary files), or just delete some programs. Hope This Solves your problem!
2:
How to Disable/Turn Off Windows Automatic Updates on Windows 10 (2017):
This Video is only 1:48 Long and You must have a Program to Backup Drivers Manually ( I suggest "DriverUpdate." The price for the DriverUpdate starts at $29.97 which is good for 1 year, and a one time payment only, not monthly.
Here's the Link for DriverUpdate:
http://www.driverupdate.net/init_dl.php
This is the Link to the Video:
https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=how+do+i+bypass+automatic+repair+on+windows10&qpvt=how+do+i+bypass+automatic+repair+on+windows10&view=detail&mid=87EFDB862C4CDCEF42CE87EFDB862C4CDCEF42CE&rvsmid=1ADFD021ADCAF6819A691ADFD021ADCAF6819A69&FORM=VDQVAP
Does this fix your problem?

34 days ago
replied the topic My driver is totally full . how to clean and gain some space created by baladox

@baladox
How to Delete all your Temporary Files:
Go to the start: Run:
%temp%
Then delete all the files that appears, (they just temporary files), or just delete some programs. Note: You will need to Create a System Restore Point after doing this! Hope This Solves your problem!

35 days ago
replied the topic Re: One Click Desktop Icon for a Custom Area Scan. created by 99701

It is Possible; Scan a Custom Scan (Uncheck or Check Mark the Item Entries you want to Scan), and Scan; then Click on Settings and Auto Run; Place a Check Mark in the "Create a Desktop Icon". That's it! The Support Team emailed me that message. Thanks for your time.

41 days ago
replied the topic Re: One Click Desktop Icon for a Custom Area Scan. created by 99701

I have contacted the Support Team. Thanks anyway. Bye.

44 days ago
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