I can't find anything to indicate that I turned on "shuffle". My album is set to order by song number, and it looks correct in that view, but as soon as I select "play all", it starts to shuffle. I even built a playlist to put them in order, but it shuffles that, too. Is shuffle the only option? If so, can we get the option to listen in order or please add an Amazon Music app to Xbox?
I have just been given a laptop that had Windows 10 Home on it. Now I have new Windows 10 pro oem key that I am attempting to install. However at no point does it allow me to enter the key and automatically activates it as 10 home. I have uninstalled the home key with slmgr /dlv . Also have gone as far as to pull the hhd and do a full format via another pc. Thats when I noticed that even with no hhd it still had some sort of built in windows repair. Although the windows repair failed due to missing files. I tried editing the image but to add a edition id and pid.txt but i did something wrong and that image didn't work. Help Laptop model Toshiba C55Dt-A5306
I have a Win 10 box on my office network that will intermittently lose its ability to resolve IPV4 names. When the issue occurs the user can not get to any external internet website. I have narrowed the issue down to some type of networking issue on the Win 10 box, but can not figure out what it might be, or what my next diagnostic steps should be. Here is what diagnosis I have tried. 1. Ruled out ISP issue, as all other computers in our small office have internet connection when this issue occurs on this box. 2. Ruled out internal LAN DNS issue, as all boxes receive their DNS and DHCP configuration via dnsmasq. Checked and compared this box with others in the office and there is no significant difference. 3. Compared routing table and arp cache with other working boxes and found no significant difference between them. Symptoms when the issue is present: a. Ping external web site by name. *Does not work.* C:WINDOWSsystem32>ping meridianenv.com Ping request could not find host meridianenv.com. Please check the name and try again. This site is known to be up and responding at the time of this check. b. Ping external web site by IPV4 address. *Works.* C:WINDOWSsystem32>ping 126.96.36.199 Pinging 188.8.131.52 with 32 bytes of data: Reply from 184.108.40.206: bytes=32 time=26ms TTL=54 Ran this test immediately back to back with the previous test. Then immediately reran the previous test and the result was the same as above. c. Ping to another internal LAN box by name. *Works*, but responds with IPV6 instead of IPV4. C:WINDOWSsystem32>ping jab-prec3610 Pinging jab-prec3610 [fe80::28f1:3c0b:c6a8:91ea%3] with 32 bytes of data: Reply from fe80::28f1:3c0b:c6a8:91ea%3: time<1ms d. Ping to another internal LAN box by IPV4 number. *Works.* This is the same box as immediately above. C:WINDOWSsystem32>ping 192.168.112.101 Pinging 192.168.112.101 with 32 bytes of data: Reply from 192.168.112.101: bytes=32 time<1ms TTL=128 e. Ping from another internal LAN box, back to the problem box, by name. *Works.* C:Usersjeffb>ping acct-opti5040 Pinging acct-opti5040.mei.lan [192.168.112.108] with 32 bytes of data: Reply from 192.168.112.108: bytes=32 time<1ms TTL=128 f. Ping from another internal LAN box, back to the problem box, by IPV4 address. *Works.* C:Usersjeffb>ping 192.168.112.108 Pinging 192.168.112.108 with 32 bytes of data: Reply from 192.168.112.108: bytes=32 time<1ms TTL=128 When the box is working properly I reran these same tests, and the following two results changed (items *a* and *c* above). a. Ping external web site by name. *Works.* C:WINDOWSsystem32>ping meridianenv.com Pinging meridianenv.com [220.127.116.11] with 32 bytes of data: Reply from 18.104.22.168: bytes=32 time=33ms TTL=54 c. Ping to another internal LAN box by name. *Works* and returns with IPV4 info. C:WINDOWSsystem32>ping jab-prec3610 Pinging jab-prec3610.mei.lan [192.168.112.101] with 32 bytes of data: Reply from 192.168.112.101: bytes=32 time<1ms TTL=128 Other things I have tried: 1. Flush the Windows DNS cache. Did not fix the issue. C:WINDOWSsystem32>ipconfig /flushdns Windows IP Configuration Successfully flushed the DNS Resolver Cache. 2. Reset the IPV4 interface. C:WINDOWSsystem32>netsh int ipv4 reset reset.log Resetting Interface, OK! Resetting Unicast Address, OK! Resetting Neighbor, OK! Resetting Path, OK! Resetting , failed. Access is denied. Restart the computer to complete this action. Not sure if this is successful, as it says resetting failed and access is denied. Then it states that it requires a reboot to take effect. While resetting the interface and rebooting the system may temporarily resolve the issue it is impossible to tell if the resolution is a result of the reset or the reboot. Since the system has been rebooted each day, this does not appear to be a solution to the issue. 3. Reset the IPV6 interface. C:WINDOWSsystem32>netsh int ipv6 reset reset.log Resetting Interface, OK! Resetting Neighbor, OK! Resetting Path, OK! Resetting , failed. Access is denied. Resetting , OK! Resetting , OK! Restart the computer to complete this action. Same conclusion as with resetting the IPV4 interface above. This does not appear to be a solution to the issue. This issue does not occur with any of the other Windows boxes in the office (mostly Win 7, and one other Win10 box). When the issue happens, it may only occur for a minute or two, or may last for 10 plus minutes. I can not correlate when it happens, or when it fixes itself, to anything else happening on our network. I am looking for additional suggestions as to what might be causing this issue, diagnostic options, or what might fix it. Thanks for any assistance.
This morning at boot up i opened my excel and started working, no problems. Went to run the dog and came back to a black screen with "invalid partition table !" and a flashing cursor. after some thought and remembering this from the anniversary update ,i typed N (enter) and it disappeared and opened windows 10 and have had no problems until after lunch. Sleep mode required sign in and again the invalid partition table comes up, again N enter it goes away and all is fine . any suggestions to make this stop? M6800 Dell Windows 10 Pro 1T hard drive 32 G memory 1T external
Error message 38 is only one of the error messages when I try to open a corel calculate document. I last opened it in Oct., 2016 with no issue. What am I doing incorrectly now, and how to fix this.. Please keep the explanation as simple as possible, and any help will be greatly appreciated. WINDOWS 10 IS A PAIN!!!
Hello, I did fresh install of windows 10 home accidentally after replacing the hard disk on my laptop which had a windows 10 home single language on it. And now windows refuses to activate because of that. Is there a way to change from windows 10 home to windows 10 home single language? If not, what should I do to get over this issue? I would appreciate any help.
Hi, A managed to set up BizTalk Server 2010 Training Kit Vitual Machines however when i try to access All FIles folder that contains Module one to three project i get the below error. It shows as a shortcut on C drive. "C:AllFiles refers to a location that is unavailable. It could be on hard drive on this computer, or on a network. Check to make sure that the disk is properly inserted, or that you are connected to the internet or your network, and then try again. If it still connot be located, the information might have moved to a different location." Please help
Hello community! I feel like this may be a common problem, so forgive me if another thread may have solved this problem ages ago. I'm in use of a Gateway laptop which runs Windows 7 and has three separate USB ports: a (D:) drive, an (E:) drive, and an (F:) drive. The problem I tend to have from time to time is that my computer never seems to remember which device is assigned to which drive, or alternatively, it ceaselessly remembers to keep a device assigned to the wrong drive. I have two Flash Drives and a Portable Hard Drive, and prefer to have the (D:) and (F:) drives assigned to the Flash Drives while the Portable Hard Drive goes to the (E:) drive. But lately, my computer constantly reassigns the drive allotments for my devices, forcing me most times to install all of my devices in sequence to keep them properly set in the drives I want. However, today, something went wrong: one of the devices failed to connect properly, thereby assigning my devices improperly once again. Here's the problem: now I can't seem to use any means to reset my drivers, and my computer continuously assigns my devices to the incorrect disk drives. Before today, I've had two tried-and-true methods to reassign my devices whenever this happened: the first was to access the Device Manager, drop down the Disk drives display, uninstall the devices manually, and then reinstall them one by one in the right sequence, which tends to work most times. The other was to use a freeware application called "drivecleanup" I'd discovered through another forum, which basically clears the computer's drive history and allows for me to reinstall and reassign my devices like new. Unfortunately, I've used both methods a few time apiece today, and neither strategy worked: my computer still remembers the improper drive assignments that I didn't want, and I am very frustrated by this. Funny how, before, it couldn't remember the drive assignments I want, but, now, it can't forget the drive assignments I don't. Again, my research leads me to believe that this frustrating selective memory issue with device drivers is more common than I once thought, so perhaps one of you brilliant folks out there can help me out here, please? Thanks! :-)