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I have the same router and problem. In my case, it was wife's Samsung S4 that was taking down the network. Several other devices connected without issue including my cell phone, but for some reason her phone crashed the network when she connected to the Wi-Fi network. We tried many things which did not work, and in our case the solution was to create a Guest ...


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You can disable the host computer (remote user) from providing input. If you configure TeamViewer host giving yourself Full Access, then you can use the "Action" tool while connected to the remote user to disable their input.


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Sorry to say, but you're kinda stuck. If it helps, Microsoft has a media creation tool that should keep your current OEM. A clean install might be your only option but you also might be able to keep your files. Here's a link to it: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=691209


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I recently Upgraded from Win8.1 to Win10 and it was working fine untill Yestday night. But since today morning my PC keeps on ReStarting. After booting it shows windows encountered Error then collects information and finally presents a couple of Options like "Reset", "reset to previous BUild", "Let Windows Fix Problems" , "Safe Mode" etc... I let windows ...


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Microsoft has provided a KB article about your sporadic reboots: Windows Kernel event ID 41 error "The system has rebooted without cleanly shutting down first" https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2028504 Your important part is Scenario 3: The system randomly restarts and no Stop error BugcheckCode is listed, or the computer is completely unresponsive (...


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While it could be another power supply issue, it could very well be an over heating issue. The error with Windows was an unhandled exception, but since it is resetting while using Memtest, it rules out Windows altogether and there no need to go further with that for now. It's possible that your processor could be over heating and the system is automatically ...


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My Solution for ASUS Desktop (I think Gigabyte MB) Strangly, but I read it on a forum and cannot find that one again, below worked for me: Completely power down PC, take out power cord and take out CMOS battery for say at least a minute, I did 5 minutes. Insert CMOS battery and start up again. Now of course all bios settings are set to deafult but after ...


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For me it was the combination of sudo and tmux that stopped it detecting the SSH session. (It also affects screen the same way - this is a known issue listed in man molly-guard.) I solved it by adding this to the sudoers config file (using the visudo command): Defaults env_keep += SSH_CONNECTION


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The easiest way to boot into OS X is to do a full shutdown. After you have hit the power button to turn the computer on, hold down the Option key. Once you do this, you will be able to select your operating system there. I find this to be the best option. It will look like so: You can also reinstall the Boot Camp Support software on Windows, to regain ...


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You can simply press the power button for 5seconds just after the system shutdowns for restarting. It will actually shutdown and power off hence prevents system from restarting.


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If you looked to the System event log, you would probably find a message like this: Source: Microsoft-Windows-DriverFrameworks-UserMode Description: The UMDF reflector was unable to complete startup because the WUDFSvc service was not found. This service may be started later during boot, at which point Windows will attempt to start the device ...


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WORK AROUND One solution that I have found to work is to HOLD DOWN the on-off switch for 3 or 4 seconds until PC switched off. Then it remains down! You will have to exercise caution with this though, Dont kill the pc while its running the operating system. Best thingto do is shut it down and then when it goes to black screen, hold the on-off button down. ...


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I'm not sure what was the problem, but i updated the bios through internet flash and ding, i can restart the pc.



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