Cosa devo fare per ottenere questi risultati con la vostra app e per cancellarli senza cercarli e selezionarli uno ad uno con regedit?
i have core Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-7700HQ CPU @ 2.80GHz 2.80 GHz, 24 gb ram, 512 nvme pci 3,0, hdd, 2 gb graphics, win 11 legal windows homw, when the computer starts, the cpu % is always in 100%, in between while woring normally, the processor % goes always 100%. can youguide regarding this.
Only thing left seemed to be a clean install using flash drive media from MS website to download installer for W11 and then het drivers from HP. So...Flash installer W11 called-up a view of the diskpart showing X: as "System" with like 200MB, C: is the main partition with ~433GB and is BITLOCKED... and then there is a small Recovery partition.
So the only partition I might use was the Bitlocked one...thus I had to delete it and ReFormat to do the clean install.
...So far so good!
Now I go top HP and get my wlan drivers...install from recovery CMD using pnpuil...and I fire-up Windows.
I get the intro screen to select my language, then keyboard, then it hangs at "lets get you connected to the internet"
so - TWO questions: (1) what othe (critical) drivers might I need to get online? Here's the list of possibilities: https://support.hp.com/us-en/drivers/selfservice/closure/hp-spectre-x360-16-inch-2-in-1-laptop-pc-16-f1000/2101006126/model/2101006145 and
(2) I tried just installing "all" of the available drivers...but I ran out of room???
It seems that even when I'm at he C:\ prompt - everything I install actually goes to the X: partition [which has run out of space now...] Is there some kind of start-up initialization pointer thats redirrecting "System" traffic/commands to X: (instead of c:\Windows\System\System32 - where drivers usually reside?
- If so - how do I change it?
- If not then might it relate somehow to the fact that I never really "completed" the install process?
Also FYI - now that I have gotten around Bitlocker I tried the HP Cloud recovery again and got the same blind boot loop.
Thanks for your help
ps - just checked off the realtek as I have no idea where the problem is
I used Boostspeed 11 for some time and never had temperature issues, after de Boostpeed 12 upgrade I noticed that the fan started to make annoying noises and checked the temperature of my Laptop with the Core Temp 1.16 program which says the temp goes above 90 degrees Celsius.
Tried to install 12 again with no result.
Now back to 11 again and the temperature is normal again.
My question is this a normal behaviour of the 12 version of boostspeed?
Since changing my password wuth my ISP and on Thunderbird, I am unable to receive emails on my Desktop, and now for some reason, I can n longer send them either. I also have problems with laptop, I can send but not receive emails.
Error message on Desktop: "An error occurred while sending mail, the mail server responded: SMTP.auth. Not alowed on Port 25"
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I recently looked into the Auslogics Startup Manager and Shell Extensions and I was alarmed to discover that 2 programs are listed as Dangerous. I have checked the web which lists these 2 program as 58% malicious. The programs relate to the Motherboard hardware installation. They are ASUS.com and atkexComSvc.exe. According to the various web sites the way to remove them is to go to Control Panel Programs and Features and to uninstall. But on my configuration they are not listed in the program list. Auslogics reports them as Dangerous. How do I use Auslogics to disable/remove/unistall?