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computer keeps restarting when i am away. BugcheckCode 209

Windows RT 8.1

windows 10 event viewer says The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck. The bugcheck was: 0x000000d1 (0xfffffffffffffff9, 0x000000000000000a, 0x0000000000000000, 0xfffff80f53ec1dc4). A dump was saved in: C:WINDOWSMEMORY.DMP. Report Id: 145cb901-6955-41fc-baf5-4b791730dfcb. param1 0x000000d1 (0xfffffffffffffff9, 0x000000000000000a, 0x0000000000000000, 0xfffff80f53ec1dc4) param2 C:WINDOWSMEMORY.DMP param3 145cb901-6955-41fc-baf5-4b791730dfcb BugcheckCode 209 BugcheckParameter1 0xfffffffffffffff9 BugcheckParameter2 0xa BugcheckParameter3 0x0 BugcheckParameter4 0xfffff80f53ec1dc4 SleepInProgress 0 PowerButtonTimestamp 0 BootAppStatus 0 Checkpoint 0 ConnectedStandbyInProgress false SystemSleepTransitionsToOn 0 CsEntryScenarioInstanceId 0

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Other Windows apps Yesterday, 08:27 0 Comments 6 views

Laptop Stuck on black screen

Windows RT 8.1

my system (Dell Inspiron) suddenly showed a blue screen that said windows encountered an error and had to restart. After restarting at the bottom where the little loading dots were it said Preparing Automatic Repair; it'll load for some time and then just show black screen and i've left the laptop on for quite some time but nothing loads. I thought that maybe it could be a windows problem, so using Microsoft's Media Creation Tool i created a bootable version from my stick drive. i plugged it into the other system and set the bios to boot from the stick drive but when it boots it doesn't load anything the black screen is still there....and i'm at a loss.

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Windows Store Yesterday, 07:51 0 Comments 5 views

Microsoft Visual C++ 2015 installation error (0x80240017)

Windows RT 8.1

Hello. I have been trying to figure out how to fix this installation problem for months now. I have tried absolutely everything that I have found online and nothing works. I have updated windows and everything. I have windows 8.1. Here are the logs for the error: [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:55]i001: Burn v3.7.3813.0, Windows v6.3 (Build 9600: Service Pack 0), path: C:ProgramDataPackage Cache{f144e08f-9cbe-4f09-9a8c-f2b858b7ee7f}VC_redist.x64.exe, cmdline: '/uninstall -burn.unelevated BurnPipe.{7DD8E92D-82CC-4330-91D8-F6297343901B} {D8637E16-FA81-436D-804C-364292390E5F} 2536' [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:55]i000: Setting string variable 'WixBundleLog' to value 'C:UsersbruceAppDataLocalTempdd_vcredist_amd64_20170123211455.log' [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:55]i100: Detect begin, 10 packages [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:55]i000: File search: windows_uCRT_DetectKey, did not find path: C:WINDOWSsystem32ucrtbase.dll [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:55]i000: File search: windows_uCRT_DetectKeyExists, did not find path: C:WINDOWSsystem32ucrtbase.dll [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:55]i000: Setting numeric variable 'windows_uCRT_DetectKeyExists' to value 0 [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:55]i052: Condition '(VersionNT = v6.3 AND NOT VersionNT64) AND (windows_uCRT_DetectKeyExists AND windows_uCRT_DetectKey >= v10.0.10240.0)' evaluates to false. [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:55]i052: Condition '(VersionNT = v6.3 AND VersionNT64) AND (windows_uCRT_DetectKeyExists AND windows_uCRT_DetectKey >= v10.0.10240.0)' evaluates to false. [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:55]i052: Condition '(VersionNT = v6.2 AND NOT VersionNT64) AND (windows_uCRT_DetectKeyExists AND windows_uCRT_DetectKey >= v10.0.10240.0)' evaluates to false. [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:55]i052: Condition '(VersionNT = v6.2 AND VersionNT64) AND (windows_uCRT_DetectKeyExists AND windows_uCRT_DetectKey >= v10.0.10240.0)' evaluates to false. [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:55]i052: Condition '(VersionNT = v6.1 AND NOT VersionNT64) AND (windows_uCRT_DetectKeyExists AND windows_uCRT_DetectKey >= v10.0.10240.0)' evaluates to false. [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:55]i052: Condition '(VersionNT = v6.1 AND VersionNT64) AND (windows_uCRT_DetectKeyExists AND windows_uCRT_DetectKey >= v10.0.10240.0)' evaluates to false. [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:55]i052: Condition '(VersionNT = v6.0 AND NOT VersionNT64) AND (windows_uCRT_DetectKeyExists AND windows_uCRT_DetectKey >= v10.0.10240.0)' evaluates to false. [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:55]i052: Condition '(VersionNT = v6.0 AND VersionNT64) AND (windows_uCRT_DetectKeyExists AND windows_uCRT_DetectKey >= v10.0.10240.0)' evaluates to false. [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:55]i101: Detected package: vcRuntimeMinimum_x64, state: Present, cached: Complete [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:55]i101: Detected package: vcRuntimeAdditional_x64, state: Present, cached: Complete [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:55]i101: Detected package: Windows81_x86, state: Absent, cached: None [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:55]i101: Detected package: Windows81_x64, state: Absent, cached: Complete [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:55]i101: Detected package: Windows8_x86, state: Absent, cached: None [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:55]i101: Detected package: Windows8_x64, state: Absent, cached: None [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:55]i101: Detected package: Windows7_MSU_x86, state: Absent, cached: None [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:55]i101: Detected package: Windows7_MSU_x64, state: Absent, cached: None [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:55]i101: Detected package: WindowsVista_MSU_x86, state: Absent, cached: None [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:55]i101: Detected package: WindowsVista_MSU_x64, state: Absent, cached: None [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:55]i052: Condition 'VersionNT64 >= v6.0 OR (VersionNT64 = v5.2 AND ServicePackLevel >= 1)' evaluates to true. [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:55]i199: Detect complete, result: 0x0 [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:57]i200: Plan begin, 10 packages, action: Repair [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:57]i052: Condition '(VersionNT64)' evaluates to true. [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:57]i000: Setting string variable 'WixBundleLog_vcRuntimeMinimum_x64' to value 'C:UsersbruceAppDataLocalTempdd_vcredist_amd64_20170123211455_000_vcRuntimeMinimum_x64.log' [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:57]i052: Condition '(VersionNT64)' evaluates to true. [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:57]i000: Setting string variable 'WixBundleLog_vcRuntimeAdditional_x64' to value 'C:UsersbruceAppDataLocalTempdd_vcredist_amd64_20170123211455_001_vcRuntimeAdditional_x64.log' [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:57]i052: Condition 'VersionNT = v6.3 AND NOT VersionNT64' evaluates to false. [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:57]w321: Skipping dependency registration on package with no dependency providers: Windows81_x86 [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:57]i052: Condition 'VersionNT = v6.3 AND VersionNT64' evaluates to true. [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:57]w321: Skipping dependency registration on package with no dependency providers: Windows81_x64 [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:57]i052: Condition 'VersionNT = v6.2 AND NOT VersionNT64' evaluates to false. [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:57]w321: Skipping dependency registration on package with no dependency providers: Windows8_x86 [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:57]i052: Condition 'VersionNT = v6.2 AND VersionNT64' evaluates to false. [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:57]w321: Skipping dependency registration on package with no dependency providers: Windows8_x64 [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:57]i052: Condition 'VersionNT = v6.1 AND NOT VersionNT64' evaluates to false. [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:57]w321: Skipping dependency registration on package with no dependency providers: Windows7_MSU_x86 [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:57]i052: Condition 'VersionNT = v6.1 AND VersionNT64' evaluates to false. [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:57]w321: Skipping dependency registration on package with no dependency providers: Windows7_MSU_x64 [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:57]i052: Condition 'VersionNT = v6.0 AND NOT VersionNT64' evaluates to false. [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:57]w321: Skipping dependency registration on package with no dependency providers: WindowsVista_MSU_x86 [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:57]i052: Condition 'VersionNT = v6.0 AND VersionNT64' evaluates to false. [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:57]w321: Skipping dependency registration on package with no dependency providers: WindowsVista_MSU_x64 [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:57]i201: Planned package: vcRuntimeMinimum_x64, state: Present, default requested: Repair, ba requested: Repair, execute: Repair, rollback: None, cache: No, uncache: No, dependency: Register [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:57]i201: Planned package: vcRuntimeAdditional_x64, state: Present, default requested: Repair, ba requested: Repair, execute: Repair, rollback: None, cache: No, uncache: No, dependency: Register [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:57]i201: Planned package: Windows81_x86, state: Absent, default requested: Absent, ba requested: Absent, execute: None, rollback: None, cache: No, uncache: No, dependency: None [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:57]i201: Planned package: Windows81_x64, state: Absent, default requested: Repair, ba requested: Repair, execute: Install, rollback: Uninstall, cache: No, uncache: No, dependency: None [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:57]i201: Planned package: Windows8_x86, state: Absent, default requested: Absent, ba requested: Absent, execute: None, rollback: None, cache: No, uncache: No, dependency: None [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:57]i201: Planned package: Windows8_x64, state: Absent, default requested: Absent, ba requested: Absent, execute: None, rollback: None, cache: No, uncache: No, dependency: None [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:57]i201: Planned package: Windows7_MSU_x86, state: Absent, default requested: Absent, ba requested: Absent, execute: None, rollback: None, cache: No, uncache: No, dependency: None [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:57]i201: Planned package: Windows7_MSU_x64, state: Absent, default requested: Absent, ba requested: Absent, execute: None, rollback: None, cache: No, uncache: No, dependency: None [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:57]i201: Planned package: WindowsVista_MSU_x86, state: Absent, default requested: Absent, ba requested: Absent, execute: None, rollback: None, cache: No, uncache: No, dependency: None [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:57]i201: Planned package: WindowsVista_MSU_x64, state: Absent, default requested: Absent, ba requested: Absent, execute: None, rollback: None, cache: No, uncache: No, dependency: None [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:57]i299: Plan complete, result: 0x0 [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:14:57]i300: Apply begin [09E8:17B8][2017-01-23T21:14:57]i360: Creating a system restore point. [09E8:17B8][2017-01-23T21:15:05]i361: Created a system restore point. [09E8:17B8][2017-01-23T21:15:05]i371: Updating session, registration key: SOFTWAREMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionUninstall{f144e08f-9cbe-4f09-9a8c-f2b858b7ee7f}, resume: Active, restart initiated: No, disable resume: No [09E8:127C][2017-01-23T21:15:05]i304: Verified existing payload: vcRuntimeMinimum_x64 at path: C:ProgramDataPackage Cache{C0B2C673-ECAA-372D-94E5-E89440D087AD}v14.0.24210packagesvcRuntimeMinimum_amd64vc_runtimeMinimum_x64.msi. [09E8:127C][2017-01-23T21:15:05]i304: Verified existing payload: cab5046A8AB272BF37297BB7928664C9503 at path: C:ProgramDataPackage Cache{C0B2C673-ECAA-372D-94E5-E89440D087AD}v14.0.24210packagesvcRuntimeMinimum_amd64cab1.cab. [09E8:127C][2017-01-23T21:15:05]i304: Verified existing payload: vcRuntimeAdditional_x64 at path: C:ProgramDataPackage Cache{95265B86-188E-3F62-9CDB-60FCE59EC721}v14.0.24210packagesvcRuntimeAdditional_amd64vc_runtimeAdditional_x64.msi. [09E8:127C][2017-01-23T21:15:05]i304: Verified existing payload: cab2C04DDC374BD96EB5C8EB8208F2C7C92 at path: C:ProgramDataPackage Cache{95265B86-188E-3F62-9CDB-60FCE59EC721}v14.0.24210packagesvcRuntimeAdditional_amd64cab1.cab. [09E8:127C][2017-01-23T21:15:05]i304: Verified existing payload: Windows81_x64 at path: C:ProgramDataPackage Cache3ACBF3890FC9C8A6F3D2155ECF106028E5F55164packagesPatchx64Windows8.1-KB2999226-x64.msu. [09E8:17B8][2017-01-23T21:15:05]i301: Applying execute package: vcRuntimeMinimum_x64, action: Repair, path: C:ProgramDataPackage Cache{C0B2C673-ECAA-372D-94E5-E89440D087AD}v14.0.24210packagesvcRuntimeMinimum_amd64vc_runtimeMinimum_x64.msi, arguments: ' MSIFASTINSTALL="7" NOVSUI="1"' [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:15:05]i319: Applied execute package: vcRuntimeMinimum_x64, result: 0x0, restart: None [09E8:17B8][2017-01-23T21:15:05]i325: Registering dependency: {f144e08f-9cbe-4f09-9a8c-f2b858b7ee7f} on package provider: Microsoft.VS.VC_RuntimeMinimumVSU_amd64,v14, package: vcRuntimeMinimum_x64 [09E8:17B8][2017-01-23T21:15:05]i301: Applying execute package: vcRuntimeAdditional_x64, action: Repair, path: C:ProgramDataPackage Cache{95265B86-188E-3F62-9CDB-60FCE59EC721}v14.0.24210packagesvcRuntimeAdditional_amd64vc_runtimeAdditional_x64.msi, arguments: ' MSIFASTINSTALL="7" NOVSUI="1"' [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:15:05]i319: Applied execute package: vcRuntimeAdditional_x64, result: 0x0, restart: None [09E8:17B8][2017-01-23T21:15:05]i325: Registering dependency: {f144e08f-9cbe-4f09-9a8c-f2b858b7ee7f} on package provider: Microsoft.VS.VC_RuntimeAdditionalVSU_amd64,v14, package: vcRuntimeAdditional_x64 [09E8:17B8][2017-01-23T21:15:05]i301: Applying execute package: Windows81_x64, action: Install, path: C:ProgramDataPackage Cache3ACBF3890FC9C8A6F3D2155ECF106028E5F55164packagesPatchx64Windows8.1-KB2999226-x64.msu, arguments: '"C:WINDOWSSysNativewusa.exe" "C:ProgramDataPackage Cache3ACBF3890FC9C8A6F3D2155ECF106028E5F55164packagesPatchx64Windows8.1-KB2999226-x64.msu" /quiet /norestart' [09E8:17B8][2017-01-23T21:15:06]e000: Error 0x80240017: Failed to execute MSU package. [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:15:06]e000: Error 0x80240017: Failed to configure per-machine MSU package. [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:15:06]i319: Applied execute package: Windows81_x64, result: 0x80240017, restart: None [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:15:06]e000: Error 0x80240017: Failed to execute MSU package. [09E8:17B8][2017-01-23T21:15:06]i372: Session end, registration key: SOFTWAREMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionUninstall{f144e08f-9cbe-4f09-9a8c-f2b858b7ee7f}, resume: ARP, restart: None, disable resume: No [09E8:17B8][2017-01-23T21:15:06]i371: Updating session, registration key: SOFTWAREMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionUninstall{f144e08f-9cbe-4f09-9a8c-f2b858b7ee7f}, resume: ARP, restart initiated: No, disable resume: No [1388:1720][2017-01-23T21:15:06]i399: Apply complete, result: 0x80240017, restart: None, ba requested restart: No

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Other Windows apps Yesterday, 07:37 0 Comments 3 views

Um my computer is being super glitchy? I think something got corrupted...

Windows RT 8.1

So, my computer updated for windows 10 and when I tried to relog in, it froze at first so I had to keep shutting my computer down. I finally got to the desktop after 5ish attempts but none of the apps showed up, just the desktop and the bar at the bottom. It kept flashing black or would end up staying black. Then after many many attempts of shutting it down and turning it back on, I see a folder of the account name and a recycling bin. It gave me an error message, don't remember exactly what it was called so I look it up and try different solutions. When I did one of the solutions, my desktop was still unclickable and was flashing black but it finally had the apps and everything so I could use it. But I couldn't use explorer or open the windows button to search up anything. So I used it for several days but then it got super glitchy all of a sudden and was practically unusable so I restarted it again and it was going back to flashing or going to straight up black. But several attempts later, I got back to have it being useable. But I can't use the explorer app nor can I search up anything on windows, no matter how much I click it won't open or let me type. Also have to right click to turn up or down the volume.

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Windows Store Yesterday, 06:09 0 Comments 3 views

Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter for Custom Built Desktop?

Windows RT 8.1

Hello, I recently built my own desktop and installed Windows 10 Pro on it. I would like to connect this to my LG 29EA93 ultrawide monitor. I am not able to get it to work. My PC has the following wireless card built into the motherboard: Intel (R) Dual Band Wireless AC-8620. As far as I can tell, this wireless adaptor should support the requirements to display wirelessly. A few questions: 1. Can someone (presumably from MS) confirm that the MS Wireless Display Adapter will work with my wireless card? I realize that supported devices will usually be pre-built, but it seems like there should also be a list of supported wi-fi cards that will work. 2. If it should work, any suggestions on why it's not working? The instructions are nearly non-existent for this device. Plug it in, then go to connected devices and search for it. That's all I tried to no avail. It searches for an available device, but the adapter never shows up that I can try to connect to it. 3. I notice there is a small button on the hdmi part of the unit. What's that for? 4. If I am able to get this working, is it possible to use this as a primary display? That is, can I "wake up" the connection to the monitor by touching my keyboard/mouse and then proceed to use it? Or, will I always have to have another, primary display connected directly to the computer itself? Right now, I am accessing the machine through Remote Desktop. But I noticed that through remote desktop, the display settings can't be changed. (For trying to connect the monitor, I had to directly connect another monitor, and then proceed to attempt the configuration/connection. I would like to know if it ultimately works, can I get rid of any connected monitors?) 5. On the monitor connect side, are there any additional requirements? My understanding is that it should work with USB power and any monitor that has HDMI. Just want to be sure I don't need to update any firmware on my LG monitor, or get an extra dongle/hardware that together with the MS Display Adapter makes it work? If so, I have to say it kind of defeats the purpose. Thanks in advance for anyone and everyone's help with this!

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Windows Store Yesterday, 05:53 0 Comments 3 views

"svchost.exe (netsvcs)" is hijacking my whole bandwidth !!!

Windows RT 8.1

greetings all :) from day one with windows 10 i noticed that -at times- my PC acts like its not connected to the network though my router is up and working ! at first i thought it was the windows automatic update, but after i -as advised- configured the BITS to the maximum of 10 kbps, nothing changed ! what could it be and how do i end this please ? note: dont get me wrong here, i know that "svchost.exe (netsvcs)" is how windows -or other apps- gain access to the internet, my question is: why is it taking my whole bandwidth while it should only utilize the idle part of it ? and how can i "correct" this i.e. force it to utilize only the idle bandwidth, instead of having to constantly "end the process" from the "resource monitor" time after time ! thank you in advance :)

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Windows Store Yesterday, 04:46 0 Comments 3 views

lost permissions in folders desktop documents etc etc

Windows RT 8.1

i am not a win10 expert Out of the blue today i lost all permissions to do anything with my files ... i cant sent an Attachement in an Email... that's was the beguining. now i realize that i cant copy save move... what happens ... what do i do to solve the problem... habe you some simmilar experience ... how did this happend... how do I solve this problem ?

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Search, touch and mouse Yesterday, 03:54 0 Comments 3 views

Backup and Restore fails when volumes are re-ordered or extended

Windows RT 8.1

I decided to upgrade from my 250GB SSD to a 500GB one due to running low on space. I'm using Acronis True Image 2017 to do this. I'm using Acronis "Recovery" with drive signature (rather than disk cloning directly). The normal drive layout on the original SSD (and backup image) is like this: And once the image has been recovered to the new drive, it's like this: The issue I'm having is that whenever I extend C: to use the rest of the unallocated space, or even just having the unallocated space between C: and the 450MB Recovery partition - backup and restore fails. The error codes are different for each case. With the unallocated partition moved to the left of the 450MB recovery, and then C: extended to use the unallocated space - Backup spits out the error: Windows Backup encountered an internal error. Please review your settings and retry the operation. Details: Incorrect function. Error code: 0x81000001. Even with the unallocated space being left between C: and the 450MB recovery but not being utilised, it fails with the error: Windows Backup failed while trying to read from the shadow copy on one of the volumes being backed up. Please check in the event logs for any relevant errors. Error code: 0x81000037. What's even more interesting is that when using "AEOMI Partition Assistant" to move the unallocated space back to the end of the drive - it slightly increases the recovery partition to 454MB. But despite this - the backup then succeeds. I expected it to fail due it not recognising the recovery as a 450MB partition. After trawling through google for hours on the first error code I came across a couple interesting pages which stated that Backup has some sort of 150GB (roughly) file size limit. Any single file beyond this size, and backup and restore fails. Someone suggested that perhaps Backup is seeing the additional 227GB of free space as a "file" and hence the error code? In both cases the backup fails right at the end (pretty much gets to 99%). Anyone got any ideas? I'd like to carry on using it if possible.

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Security, privacy & accounts Yesterday, 03:33 0 Comments 3 views

System Stops Responding Randomly

Windows RT 8.1

My computer stops responding after random periods of time and i'm forced to do a hard reboot every time. However usually its after an hour or two. It does this regardless of what i'm doing. I have windows 7 home premium installed. The computer itself is an Asus Gamers Republic laptop. I've tried uninstalling all recently installed programs, as well as scanned for viruses. I've also scanned the disk for errors and recently defragged my hard drive. I've also disabled all startup programs and it still stops responding with all of them disabled. I'm at a loss as to what to do next. Any assistance would be appreciated.

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Other Windows apps Yesterday, 03:27 0 Comments 2 views