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  1. Does anyone know how to get a computer with windows 10 out of the repair loop? I want to reformat the hard drive an install a clean copy of windows.
  2. Been having major problems with my hp envy x360 with keeping internet connection. MS had senior technician reinstall windows, brand new copy they downloaded. Still missing drivers for the network adapter. They tell me to call the manufacturer and I tried HP they send you to website no drivers for windows 10. Do I need to know who manufactured the network adapter? How would I find out? Aprreciate any help. Thank you.
  3. I have a Samsung Series 7 Chronos Intel CORE i7 that is running particularly slow. I've run PC Pitstop Optimize 3.0 numerous times, but it doesn't seem to produce any improvement in performance. I just noticed in the Optimize Browse tab that my computer's operating system is listed as "Windows 8 x64", when in fact the OS is "Windows 10 x64". The OS was originally Windows 8 when I first installed Optimize 3.0, but was upgraded to Windows 10 some time ago. I'm wondering how to get Optimize to recognize the current correct OS, and if this is related to why Optimize doesn't produce the performance results that it once did? Thanks, PHardin.
  4. Hello, I have a network of about 15 computers, all in the same workgroup. I can see all of them except I can't map a network drive from 1 of them to a specific one, of course it's the only one that I need. It has worked before, the network settings are the same, sharing is the same. I even tried putting them all in a Homegroup and I still have the same problems with these 2 specific computers. More details below: I need to map a drive from computer "A" to computer "B". When mapping from A to B I cannot even see computer B listed in the network. When I'm on computer B I can see computer A in the network but if I try to map a drive or click on it in the network I'm asked for a username and password. That PC doesn't have a password setup and none of my other connections have that requirement when I connect to them, just this one. Hopefully that makes sense. These problems just popped up recently. We had a few issues on the network of not seeing certain computers but that has since worked out since I made them all part of the same work group. Thanks! Andy i7-5930k 64GB RAM Samsung NVMe 950 SSD Samsung 840 EVO 750GB SSD 2 x Crucial 1 TB SSD AMD FirePro W9100 W10 Pro
  5. upgraded machine to Win10 last week....... just scanned; i was expecting to download a .dll or something. but it went as normal, and even afterwards, on the home screen, it says this machine is Windows 8. can't it tell i upgraded?
  6. I have Windows 10 and I just installed PC Matic on 3 computers so far. I access these computers remotely, but since installing PC Matic, I can't. Can you please tell me where I go in PC Matic to open up the computers for remote access? I use Radmin as my remote access program. I need to fix this ASAP! Thanks.
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    windows 10 upgrade

    Does any one know how to upgrade for windows 10? It doesn't let some of my windows programs (solite) run.
  8. I upgraded my desktop from Windows 7 to Windows 10 last week. I was doing some work on my checking account online and tried to start my calculator in my Windows 10 and Super Shield blocked it. I found this curious because I do not remember Super Shield blocking my calculator function on the Windows 7 operating system. Has Microsoft changed the way the calculator on the operating system works? I also noticed that Super Shield blocked an app that I'm sure worked from the Internet (Solitaire Collection) so I was not surprised at that, but it blocking the calculator function was something I didn't expect. Oh and I turned off the Super Shield just long enough to use the calculator and then turn it back on. I was wondering if the calculator function or app in Windows 10 has a security vulnerability that I am not aware of.
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