It should be checking fragmentation on my C: Drive. I do not want it to do anything with my F: Drive.
How do I get the SCAN to switch drives?
Now from last couple of days, once I switch the laptop on, no display is coming, its just a black screen. However, CPU light was on, Key-board backlit was on and fan was rotating, but no display. If I wait the also nothing happening. Every time I need to force shut down it (by long pressing) and then if I restart again, its getting started properly.
Not sure what's the issue. I have checked prgrams that starts while booting, no issue there. No external device was attaching with my laptop while booting. stopped windown fast boot service also. But no progress.
Please suggest. can it be my HDD (1 TB I have) getting damaged? suggest if any other reason might be there.
In a nutshell - my desktop freezes for about 5 - 8 seconds and it seems to occur every 2 - 3 minutes. ....It just locked as I'm writting this.
I run your Auslogics BoostSpeed, am computer literate for the most part and just not sure what to do. My specs are:
Device name DESKTOP-D49TFE8
Processor Intel(R) Core(TM) i3-8100 CPU @ 3.60GHz 3.60 GHz
Installed RAM 8.00 GB (7.88 GB usable)
Device ID 6A682698-5FFB-4679-9302-CD1FB7F46F2A
Product ID 00325-81079-36435-AAOEM
System type 64-bit operating system, x64-based processor
Pen and touch No pen or touch input is available for this display
Edition Windows 10 Home
Installed on 11/27/2020
OS build 19043.1348
Experience Windows Feature Experience Pack 120.2212.3920.0
Thank you very much,
C:\Windows\System32\SleepStudy\ScreenOn\ScreenOnPowerStudyTraceSession-2020 How can I delete, disable the folders of these files. I have gone in to the final files and deleted them, at least I think I have, but the early folders are still there and the Application Logs appear again. How do I get rid of or disable these folders? Thanks!
Hello, and Merry Christmas. My gmail in windows10 will receive mail, but will no longer send. I've tried deleting and re-installing trhe account several times. Any ideas? I have no problem using the Gmail website, but I like the Windows10 default mail.
I wish you rain, and lots of rain!
I successfully uupdated all my outdated drivers using the Update Drivers app, except this one:
When I attempt to update driver for Standard SATA AHCI Controller the boot device becomes unaccessible, and I need to reset the system with restore point.
Do I really need to update it, and if yes then how I can resolve this issue
I have asked this question before and the help I got didn't help one bit.
The Dashboard keeps popping up at the most inconveniant times to the point of be annoying.
When the Dashboard pops up everything stops until I acknowledge it or close it.
It always pops up while I'm gaming, while working with photos, reading my e-mail, and even while I'm working with my annimation programs and interfears with anything else to the point I'm beginning to think you created a virus program.
This has got to stop.
The other previous versions never did this and Im not the only one having the same problem.
I have several friends and family members I talked into buying this program who are having the same problem with theirs also.
Thats Seven (7) people besides me who are about to ask for refunds if we can't stop the Dashboard popups.
I have tried everything I could find from unchecking notices to automatic maintinance and the popups still continue.
Even the suggestions you gave me didn't help stop the pops.
Our 60 days is coming up on the 17th of this month for asking for our refunds.
Help us or refund us.
Thanks again, I think,
It is ruining my use of Auslogic to keep my computer clean and optimized. This 'trojan' apparently slows all the performance and my web browsers! Do you all have a fix. I had reinstalled once and still had the problem. Now, my auslogic is not doing its job in cleaning 'junk' from my drive! Got any solution?! The file was deleted by Kaspersky!
My desktop PC can no longer receive Windows 10 updates.
Below is the error message that has come up over and over again, for the past 2 months:
2020-06 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1909 for x64-based Systems (KB4560960)
Status: Download error - 0x800700c1
Currently, I have Windows 10 Home (64-bit) v. 1909, build. 18363.720.
I also have another computer (a laptop) with Windows 10 Home (64-bit) and all the Windows 10 updates have worked fine, including the latest "May v.2004" update.
Can you help me with my desktop computer? I'd like to be able to continue installing new Windows updates on it.
Myron Achtman (Canada)
Hello Support. On 02/13/20 I purchased an iBUYPOWER gaming desktop from BestBuy:
•model BB971 which includes the TUF B365M-PLUS Gaming ASUS motherboard, Intel 15-9400F, 6-Core 2.9GHz (4.1 GHz Turbo) NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 6GB. It has a 240GB solid state drive & 1TB SATA III hard drive. And includes Windows 10 home edition. (see CPUID report attached for further description)
However it continues to freeze up at various times throughout the day for typically about 4 seconds. So I tried a number of repairs after researching this problem on the internet; where I saw that many other people have had this same issue. None of those repairs have worked so far. Notably, I have NOT revised the BIOS as it appears to have the latest version: 1201 dated 07/15/19.
Do you have a solution for this? I love this desktop and have already loaded all my applications, so really don’t want to return it for a new one.