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Repo was updated: https://github.com/surfingtux/chkservices Now script is structured, with install.sh and conf.


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Sometimes I've found that I can't even use Ctrl+Alt+Delete or Ctrl+Alt+End, so I've found another workaround: Open Remote Desktop Before you hit connect, click the options drop-down Go to the Programs tab Check the box that says "Start the Following program on Connection" Enter 'explorer' (without quotes) into the Program Path and File Name Box Connect ...


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You change your system to use legacy boot mode instead of standard boot mode. When this is enabled, the system will boot up just like earlier versions of Windows, which causes the OS list to show up just after the system turns on (on dual-boot PCs) and adds the ability to press and hold F8 to access advanced system options upon turning it on (on single-boot ...


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You're gonna change the disk by: Turn on, or restart, your Mac. Immediately press and hold the Option key. After a few seconds, the Startup Manager should appear. The Startup Manager scans for available volumes. Select yours and hit enter to boot to that. Then shutdown, or restart and repeat above to switch.


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My last answer is not the actual cause. Now I finally find the root cause, which is my PSU. After I replaced it with brand new one, my PC is now running very well.


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@Vogel612's answer is correct, the reason your uptime doesn't reset is because of Windows 8's new Hybrid Boot feature. You can disable the feature, if you like. There is little reason to keep it enabled on a system with SSD, unless your SSD happens to be really slow for whatever reason. Go to power options (Type "power options" on the Start Screen). ...


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The is no simple answer as it depends on the updates made. If the kernel had a serious security problem then it is good to restart as soon as possible. If the kernel had only minor fixes then the restart could be postponed. If you guarantee an availability > 99.9% then you will almost always have a clustered system where you can reboot the nodes one by one ...


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You get an Internal unclassified hardware error: ******************************************************************************* * * * Bugcheck Analysis * * ...


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It is a known issue in 64-bit Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012 Source: Your Windows 8 will not restart if your Registry Hives are larger than 2GB. Why? The Windows Registry is a directory which stores settings and options for the operating system for Microsoft Windows. It contains information and settings for all the hardware, operating system ...


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It depends on what's been upgraded. If it's simply an application then all you need to do is restart the application (if it's running). If it's the kernel, then yes. If it's a library, then it's your call on whether the library is in use and if it would be easier to restart whatever is using it (a daemon for example) or restart the whole computer. A ...


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There are known issues about the Sleep Mode or Hibernate mode causing it to "reboot". Check the following: In the Administrative Command Prompt (Windows+X), type powercfg -h off to disable Hibernation support In the Power Settings (Windows key, type power and choose the Control Panel item), make sure that sleep mode is completely disabled for being idle. ...



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