Ok so if I wanted to find the build number of CSRSS.EXE what would I do? Or for that matter how would I find the build number of any .exe file on Windows 10. It is located in C:UsersjglennDownloads (Yes weird place I know, don't worry about the placement) I was able to change the CSRSS.EXE to CSRSS.TXT and it gave me Code and a version number, including a file version and and product version but no build number. To be specific I am looking for a 4 digit build number. I tried a lot of different numbers I found and got nothing. I also did about an hour of research and found nothing. I tried through powershell and it gave me an error, so I don't even know anymore. The version was 220.127.116.11, So Any insight on how to find a build number would be helpful, whether it be finding one for CSRSS.EXE or any .exe file. Thanks in Advance, Riley
I dual boot Windows and Linux. I wouldn't need Windows if people decided to make their programs compatible. Anyways, my laptop automatically boots into Windows, so I moved bootmfgw so it would use Linux by default. Problem is, Windows repairs the boot every time it updates. Is there any way around this? <Original Title: Windows Update>
I'm running Windows 7 64-bit. The January, 2017 Security Monthly Quality Rollup for Windows 7 x64 update keeps failing installation. I get to the screen that says, "Configuring Windows...Do not turn of your computer" 5 seconds later, it reboots. I found a way to get windows to startup using the startup screen with F8 and typing a few commands into the command prompt. But that only works one time. Every time the computer reboots, I get stuck in that loop again. How can I either get that install to work, or tell my computer to stop trying to install it? I turned off automatic windows updates, but that didn't work either. Any help would be appreciated!
I've spent all day trying to fix this, but no luck. I hope someone has the answer to why, after I installed a Seagate 2TB in my Dell desktop running Win 10, I cannot get the PC to boot from that drive. It still boots just fine from the old Seagate 1TB that is still inside, but there is something about the clone. I cloned it twice using Seagate Diskwizard, and in disk management, the new drive looks different. The partitions appear to be identical, but the working drive shows the words, C: (Healthy, Boot, Page File, Crash Dump, Primary Partition), but the new drive just shows F: (Healthy, Active, Primary Partition). Is this okay, and if not, is there something I can do to it or any other suggestions to make this new 2TB drive boot (which is the one I want the PC to run off of). Thank you in advance!
Hello: i have a big problem here i cant activate windows 7 64bit ultimate here is the problem i have just installed a fresh copy and i downloaded every windows updates i received but when i tryed to activate the windows later i get this error massage C:Windowssystem32slui.exe (Windows cannot access the specified device, path or file. You may not have the appropriate permissions to access the item.) and i have searched alot to fix it i try alot of things but none helped this what i have tried, 1. sfc /scannow but nothing found. 2. activating the hidding admin account net user administrator /active:yes then shutdown pc and login the administrator account, disabling windows firewall service then trying to open cmd then open slui.exe but still access is denied. i'm not that much in computer stuff Regards
I recently setup a pc for my nephew and despite me setting up no initial password he has come back to the pc to it asking him for a password. As this is the second installation my nephew tried a previous password multiple times and it seems like in doing so he has been locked out. When trying to reset his password the microsoft page is asking him for an email and password to the account despite me skipping this option so he does not have an email and password associated with his pc. How do we go about resetting and removing the password and getting access to his account again ?????
ASUS N550JV Laptop with i7 4700HQ processor with onboard HD4600 Intel Graphics running WIndows 10 Home. I am frequently getting my graphics pausing for about 2 seconds every 3-5 minutes and it's causing some programs to crash and burn every time this happens. My system event log is flooded with Event 4101 "IGFX stopped responding and has successfully recovered" and frankly has rendered the computer unusable Have tried... - Going to Device manager, selecting the Intel Graphics Device and select update driver only to have WIndows say "WIndows has determined that the driver for your device is up to date" - Reinstalling the current Intel Graphics driver (did not resolve the issue), - Uninstalling (while using delete driver software option) and manually installing 18.104.22.16801 (using the have disk option), No dice. I am simply not getting any resolution to this. - The Intel Graphics drivers from the ASUS website they have available for the N550JV model is from way back in 2013 Have already tried SFC / scannow (has never once resolved anything in my 15 years using windows) and said it couldn't find any integrity violations. Yes, have tried wiping and reinstalling Windows 10 from scratch. Still doing it. Unfortunately, the issue is still occurring. Would be great if I could get some guidance as to what I should do next to resolve this issue. Many thanks.
I have had an ongoing problem with a number of small business installations where I have setup a simple Peer to Peer networking with one PC have a number of folders setup for shared, and a number of client PC's accessing those shared folders. It seems when the installations went to Windows 10, there was a problem in being able to created a new folder within the shared folder from the client PC. When they right moused clicked within File Explorer at the client PC while in the shared folder, and clicked on New / Folder, it would "hang" for awhile, then come back with a "network error." I got the guys on the Answer Desk on this, and they were able to solve it by either turning off "Windows Search" on the PC with the folder being shared, or exclude the shared folder from Windows Search service again on the PC hosting the shared folder. That solved the problem but I can't help but think the Windows 10 people did not intend to require the Windows Search service to be either turned off, or excluded from the shared folders, just to allow the client PC's to create new folders in the shared folder correctly. Anybody have any thoughts on this? Thanks.