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My notebook is HP AMD Raizer 7 3700U with 12 Gb Memoy and 2 TB hard disk with windows 10 64 bits
This is becomming annoying. I keep getting alerted that a new version of BoostSpeed is available. I've downloaded 220.127.116.11 and ran the installation which prompts that it is removing with re-start and then I have to manually install the latest download. After three successful runs with this I still end up with version 18.104.22.168 What gives?
I want to turn on Location services so that my display automatically dims and cuts out blue light when the sun sets. However when I go to 'Night Light Settings' and then under 'Schedule' access 'Location Settings' I am informed that "Some of these settings are hidden or managed by your organisation" and the 'Change' button is disabled.
What Organisation? This is my personal desktop not managed by anyone but me.
Pleas could you help with this issue.
32bit Winsdows 7 Ultimate operating system
Processor AMD-A4-5300 APU with Radeon (tm) HD Graphics 3.40GHz
Memory 2.00GB (1.46GB usable)
I constantly suffer from great slowness when I connect to the Internet via WiFi
Yesterday, once BoostSpeed 12 was installed, I carried out its cleaning procedures, and after connecting to the internet it sent me a message on two occasions indicating slowness on my computer and that this would be resolved with the PRO version. I want to know if this is real, or if the problem lies in insufficient memory, old processor, or disk characteristics, or all of them, and should I buy a new computer; but, for the time being, I want to avoid this last option.
Somewhere in there something uninstalled my "conexant and real hd audio drivers." Sounds simple enough for me to just go download and reinstall, but ive done that several times and they never show up. I have tried manually downloading and installing, and also let HP installer attempt to install the drivers. But they still don't even show up anywhere on my computer, not on C drive, not under "conexant" file (where there is just USB driver).
I have tried doing system restore like 4 times to put the computer back to an earlier date (when my audio still worked), still no drivers show up. Even my computer will say after the attempted restore point process, "failed to restore system."
So my computer has audio via bluetooth, but not through the headphone jack line in or the laptop speakers. I work in audio and video, so this is an issue. I am literally 3 days late in completing my video projects because i get get sound on this laptop... and getting sound via bluetooth won't cut it with the delay and wrong speaker connections.
I have somewhere in the neighborhood of 100+ apps that i've installed on my computer for video and audio, software keys, licensing programs, etc... amongst others. It took me around 2 weeks to install all of those. I do not want to have to do a complete reinstall of windows to get this my computer to work. Can you please help me figure out what I need to do to get this thing fixed? Any help is appreciated!
Looking to solve that problem with all kind proposals I found on internet doesn't give satisfaction.
(also copying registerkeys from a anotrher computer succeeding to open that kind of links doesn't give the solution)
( all options of the Outlook-program are set as they are on the good-working PC. Also that wasn't giving a solution)
Both PC have Bitdefender Total Protectionb als Virusprotection, so this cannot be the origin of the problem.
Please can you help me : I'm searching to find a solution for more than a full year...
File in attachment : extension .reg was changer in .txt to permit the file to be sended.
Thanks on beforehand !
can auslogics check for malware?
C:\Program Files\Supremo Tribunal Federal\Sistema Operacional Microsoft® Windows®\ subfolder
this just showed up in my startup today - never saw it before and from what I read can be OK or can be an infection
I need to know if it is OK to keep it or try to remove it
ps - just checked off the realtek as I have no idea where the problem is
Also - despite my choice of most comfertable writing thumbnail - set my screen too bright with choppy text.
Malwarebytes Shuts Down Auslogics BoastSpeed11 and Quaranteens it. I have to shut down Malwarebytes and then reinstall Auslogics BoastSpeed11. Then during reinstallation I get a number of errors but the Auslogics BoastSpeed11 does reinstall but this can not be good for the stability of the system. What to do ?