I have a PC that I have had to fit a new hard drive to, I have the product key but no recovery disk, Can i download Windows 7 from microsoft to install it on my new hard drive?
Hi, ever since I upgraded to Windows 10 my start up time is literally an average of 4 times slower. When I had 8.1 pro my start up time was amazing, it averaged 24-28 seconds. My last start up time before I upgraded to 10 was 19 seconds... Now ever since I got Windows 10 my start up time is averaging 1 minute - 1 minute 55 seconds!!? Not only that but my computer started lagging and freezing when I was changing my lock screen background. This happened 4 times before this. My lock screen won't change at all? But my MAIN issue is the slooow start up time. Please can you help?
I've been trying to buy an app from the windows store but every time after I enter my pass, I don't get directed to entering the payment info it says "Give it another try: something went wrong" and each and every app I tried to buy was like that, how can I stop this?!
My computer was bought with windows 8 and it was upgraded to windows 10 a month or more ago, today it started up and I can't click on the windows start button, the desktop is clear is except the recycle icon, there are no icons on the left except the start flag. When it starts up it says the desk top file is missing. How do I repair this?
I purchased my laptop from Newegg.com. The laptop came pre-installed with windows 8 and used to have a windows 8 activation key sticker on the bottom but has since been lost. The laptop was updated with windows 8.1 when it came out, but now has windows 10 installed from the free upgrade. I am now needing to replace the hard drive in this laptop. Is there any way I can retrieve either the windows 8, windows 8.1, or windows 10 key to perform this clean install. Or is there any other method through which I can perform a clean install on a brand new drive. I understand that it is possible to clone the drive, but I would like a clean install if possible. Thank you for your time.
Hey guys. It's happened 3 times today and once the other day. I lock my pc, go away and make a cup of tea or whatever, and when I come back and go to unlock my pc the login image swipes up but then I get a flickering screen, from black screen to coloured screen with the wait circles circling around. I checked in the event viewer and it's FILLED up with this happening 2 to 10 times a second, just like the flickering: "Activation of app Microsoft.LockApp_cw5n1h2txyewy!WindowsDefaultLockScreen failed with error: The remote procedure call failed. See the Microsoft-Windows-TWinUI/Operational log for additional information" I have all the latest updates (windows and video drivers) and it's a Dell Inspiron 17. I have two monitors hooked up to it but the flickering continues on the laptop screen even if I unplug them. I haven't tried to edit the login screen in any way. Cheers.
I have a HTC One M9, I have heard that I would be able to convert my Android phone to Windows 10. Is there any way to do this yet?
Thanks in advance for any assistance you might be able to offer. We are using SCCM 2007 System Center Configuration Manager Version: 4.00.6487.2000 We applied KB3044077 and installed and updated the SCCM client on Windows 10 Enterprise. The new Win 10 box will not join SCCM. I see the following error on the Windows 10 [CCMHTTP] HTTP ERROR: URL=http://BM52.BRIGGSLAW.FIRM/ccm_system_windowsauth/request, Port=80, Protocol=http, SSLOptions=0, Code=0, Text=CCM_E_BAD_HTTP_STATUS_CODE Can anyone tell us if we need to install Windows 10 2015 LTSB? or if Windows 10 Enterprise should work? Thanks
When did it start happening: After upgrading from Windows 7 to Windows 10. None of these problems existed when I was on Windows 7. I had a DLNA server setup when I was using Windows 7 too. Problem(s): When viewing the list of available DLNA servers on my smart TV I am getting two identical DLNA servers. One works and the other simply states there are no media files available.About once a month, Windows 10 will decide to shut off my DLNA server. That means I have to open up Windows Media Player, click Streaming, and Turn On...again. I am sure number 2 is harder to resolve than number 1. Number 1 is probably just some registry entry that needs to be removed.
Original Title: msi file I am attempting to install embroidery software that has Coreldraw Essentials 4 as part of its program. I get the following message-- The system cannot find the file specified. C:programfilescorelcoreldrawessentials4setupica.msi I don't know what to do. Any help is appreciated.