I've just purchased a VTIN wireless Bluetooth headset and am struggling to get the driver for this. It is not recognized by Windows and an online search has not helped either. I cannot locate the necessary manufacturer website either to download the driver. Does anyone have the driver for this? item model number VT-VBT008BVT-va ASIN B01716N0XE manufacturer VicTsing / VTIN / VICTECH
I now have two machines that can connect to the Wi-Fi, but no browsers can connect to the Internet. I have tried both cold and warm reboots. I have other machines that are working fine! I highly doubt it's the router. I know the Internet connection is working since the other machines are working. When I do the ipconfig/all I do have an IP address but the Media State shows as 'Media disconnected'. The machine I am more concerned about is an HP Pavilion. I tried Edge, Chrome and FireFox; none can connect to any sites. From a command prompt all pings and tracerts fail. This issue started while I was connected to the Internet. Everything started hour-glassing in the browser, then nothing worked. I have done this: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-10/fix-network-connection-issues Don't see any errors... Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
I have a new windows 2016 server that is also running RDS for remote users. I've gotten office 2016 installed w/o any issues and have noticed that I can't map a network drive - to a online sharepoint library. I've completed the previous steps which worked on my 2012rds server and windows 10 machines, but can't get the mapped drive feature to work. I have previously gotten this to work, using these steps: 1. added the sharepoint library to my trusted sites. 2. logged in to the sharepoint site, with the 'keep me logged on' setting. The network error is this - Windows cannot access https://site-address. Check the spelling otherwise there might be a network error. I run the trouble-shooter - no issues. I have tried to copy/paste the address - and also 'manually' entered the info - as well as tried to 'Add a network location' - nothing works. I found a link about hacking the registry, by adding a 'persistent connections' setting - but this didn't work either. Anybody else having this issue or problem? Suggestions?
Hi, I randomly get blue screens when gaming, saying CRITICAL PROCESS DIED or UNEXPECTED STORE EXCEPTION, caused by ntoskrnl.exe and very rarely WdNisDrv.sys, and by addresses ntoskrnl.exe + 149f90 , WdNisDrv.sys 65c5 and WdNisDrv.sys 5abe. It crashed my boot disk configuration once and I had to reinstall Windows. I have recently updated all video drivers in the system, but it is not still fixed. Here's what I tried otherwise, Disk check in all drives. sfc / scannow system check. Some repair tools. Reboot in safe mode. Any help would be highly appreciated. Thanks! Sithija
The New Messages pop up in the upper right corner of my screen will not go away. I can't click it. I can't close it. I can't move it out of the way. I can't access anything on the tool bar that it is blocking, When i hover over it the wheel spins. The pop up message won't go away. The only way i can get rid of it is to shut down & restart. Then when i get another email, it comes back.
In prior Windows software, you were able to change the background of the application colors from white to a light green to reduce eye strain. (For example, the white background on a Word or excel file would be light green) Can someone please show me how to do this on Windows 10? It is not as intuitive as Windows 7. Thank you
RegAsm.exe Error0xc0000005 ... press ok. La aplicacion no se ha podido iniciar correctamente errror Error0xc0000005Windows 10
My PC just shows up every single time whatever i'm doing this mesage .. i really don't know what tot do and how to fix this annoying mesage. My system's 64 bit WIN 10 . Me pone ese mensaje de error hasta dequiciarme .. por favor ayundeme gracias.
This is a multi-pronged question, so please read the whole post before you respond. :) I have a *coughcough* pirated version of Windows 7 Ultimate currently. I'd like to upgrade to Windows 10 at some point, legitimately. Now there's a few different questions I must consider: 1. How do I perform this said upgrade? Will I have to do a clean install, or can I still do Windows Upgrade (doesn't delete files or anything) as long as I have a Windows 10 Product Key? 2. Does my Product Key for Windows 10 need to match my earlier version of 7? What I mean: Since my old OS was Ultimate, do I HAVE to purchase the 10 Pro, or can I still just get 10 Home? 3. Is there a free download or something available that I'm missing? 4. In terms of the actual upgrade, do I need to have media to download the ISO to? Or can I just download it like a file and run it? It's been a long time since I've ever done an OS upgrade, not sure on the specifics.
For some reason, my Windows 10 Home has magically upgraded itself to Pro, only of course I do not have the product key for Pro so it will not activate. (I think this is because I was part of the Insider programme and then left - presumably the system did not revert to Home as it should have.) How can I "downgrade" to Home so the system will correctly reactivate itself? I have tried all the methods I can find with Google but none of those work for me. For example, I cannot do a clean install of Home - which is what most people suggest - because when I run the Media Creation Tool, it automatically tries to install a copy of Pro. I never see an option to choose Home instead. I have tried changing EditionID to Core and ProductName to Windows 10 Home in the registry, as I have seen suggested, but this does nothing at all. The system still won't activate. Any ideas please? (edit) For example, could I change the Product Key to the default Home key of YTMG3-N6DKC-DKB77-7M9GH-8HVX7?