Hello, I have this problem on my windows 10 and I've tried to troubleshoot but cannot figure out what's wrong. Whenever I run photoshop.exe another game's launcher (named voidus) opens, but Photoshop does not run. When I opened Photoshop I checked the file location and it creates a voidus.vdt file. Not sure why photoshop does not run. Troubleshooting steps I tried: Reset default programs.Uninstall both Voidus (game) and photoshop then deleting both Voidus and photoshop folder from Program Files. Emptied recyle bin. Then installed a fresh copy of photoshop. None of these have worked. I provided screenshot bellow. Any feedback would help. I really don't want to go back and restore. Any help will be lovely. Thank you!
HomeGroup works fine when all computers are setup at the same time. Unfortunately, I had to reinstall Windows 10 on one machine which messed up everything. I've gone back through and removed the original HomeGroup from the other two computers and after some work managed to get HomeGroup back on two. The third is being a problem: It seems to locate HomeGroup and asks if I'd like to join. It says "Verifying Password" (wait an eternity), then asks for the password. I type the password and wait again for an extraordinarily long time to receive the message "Windows doesn't find a HomeGroup on this network". One is already created and running well on two other machines on the same network. Anyone have a solution? Fortunately, this is my field laptop but it would make my life easier to have access.
Desktop PC - After upgrading PC to Windows 10, I created (a) System Image on a blank HDD and (b) a System Repair Disk on a blank CD/Flash Drive. After upgrading the PC to Windows 10 Anniversary Pack, I repeated the process by creating (a) System Image on the same HDD and (b) a System Repair Disk on a new blank CD/Flash Drive. CompBook - Storage: 32GB In-built, expandable up to 64GB via Micro SD Card, External HDD support. It came with Windows 10 pre-installed. Later I upgraded it to the Anniversary Pack. Did not create any System Image on its HDD or System Repair Disk on a separate CD/Flash Drive. Did not install any third-party software and/or freeware. Now, I am thinking of installing some. Request clarification on the following issues 1. Was it necessary to create a System Repair Disk on another CD after Anniversary upgrade? Any specific benefit? 2. Is it necessary to create a separate System Repair Disk from the CompBook though Desktop has same version of Operating System? Can the System Repair Disk created on Desktop be used for booting the CompBook if necessary? 3. A System Image may be necessary after Anniversary update but is it necessary to create a System Image of original installation by the makers of the Laptop considering that they keep somewhere in the hard disk a copy of something like that (if it is true) particularly when I did not install any third-party App on new CompBook? However, if I were to install other Apps, you would probably advise me to create a new System Image but would you advise for a new System Repair Disk? 4. Looking at thee free size of HDD on which system images have been created for desktop PC, I get the impression that Windows 10 does not create a new separate image every time but it only overwrites the earlier image, may be updating only what has changed between the two image creations. Is my assumption correct? Is this the standard approach to system image creation in Window 10? Please advise. Thank you.
Good day, I have tried everything dat has been posted abt starting security center and still no success. I have scanned the computer for virus, i have tried starting from services i have gon to the log on tab and used both local services and computer name still no success i have deleted and imported wscsvc registry key still no success please i need help concerning this issue i have tried all d solutions on here still didnt help. Dnt know what to to anymore pls help
Hi, I have by accident assosiated notepad to Ctrl+Shift+N. I have removed the shortcut from notepad but whenever I'm in Win Explorer and press Ctrl+Shift+N notepad pops up. Is the there any way to reverse the Windows shortcut keys back to default? I tried the registry change but got an error message when I tried to implement it. Any suggestion would be appreciated. regards Dusan
Hi Team we have 10 domain controllers as a mixture of Windows server 2008 R2 and windows Server 2012 R2. also we have one exchange server. recently we moved our exchange server operating system from 2008 R2 to 2012 R2. also we have upgraded the operating system of FSMO role holder from 2008 R2 to 2012 R2. FSMO role holder server has the replication connections with all domain controllers. we have one branch location which is installed with Additional domain controller (os is Windows server 2008R2) and the branch network is protected by UTM / firewall.there are two UTMs installed in between HO and branch network. below i am mentioning my issue point by point 1. After upgrading the Operating system of FSMO Role holder from Server 2008 R2 to Server 2012 R2, the replication between branch ADC and FSMO role holder gets failed and gives RPC time out. but at the same time, the branch ADC can replicate with other Server which is running with Server 2008R2. 2. after upgrading the Operating system of the Exchange server from windows server 2008 R2 to Windows server 2012 R2, the Microsoft office outlook in client PCs are not getting connected with exchange and it is always shows disconnected message in outlook. all necessary ports are enabled and no modification has done in UTM or network. please help me out from this issue. Thanks
I installed a second 500GB Drive in the PC formatted it and trying to create a mirrored image. I had a hard drive failure and after the re-installation and reconfiguration I want to mirror it and leave it in the pc incase of a future hard drive failure and to save time. However Windows will allow the drive to be formatted, and I can configure anything but the New Mirrored drive. It will not allow to go to next at you select the drive. Any suggestions on this issue? There is old threads but nothing about how to work around this issue.
PC Model: Dell Inspiron 15 7559 Intel® Core™ i7-6700HQ NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 960M GDDR5 da 4 GB SSD 128 GB + HD 1 TB | 5.400 rpmDDR3L - 16 GB, 1.600 MHz (2 x 8 GB) BSOD: DCP_WATCHDOG_VIOLATION The PC freezes when I finish play videogames. Then, a BSOD appear with DCP_WATCHDOG_VIOLATION (0x133). I formatted all the partitions and reinstalled win10 many times but after the drivers update, it continues to crash. This PC has only 5 months, i don't think it's an hardware problem. I searched in internet for solutions but i don't find help (i understand it's a driver problem, but i don't get how to fix that). (sorry for my english)