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I mistakenly allowed the "Helper Tool" to install, thinking it was necessary for Java's install Rumor has it it's bloatware, or adware, and that it's not needed for Java. The above is incorrect. The helper tool is required and is an application used to install Java. How does one find and uninstall this "Helper Tool"? You don't need to. See above. ...


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Specifically, is there any way to know which updates I need Yep. Windows will tell you when you purchase a license or provide it with a product key.


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It is not possible to use windows update when windows is not activated, but the exception is the grace period of a month. Before you get the nag: You must activate windows, windows will be fully functional. Once you get the message, things like windows update will stop working.


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Use WinSCP with Directory Synchronization option. There is synchronize script which will make it automatic. Check the Automate file transfers (or synchronization) to FTP server or SFTP server guide. Then Notepad++ should notify about changes made in file automaticly. The option you're probably looking is disabling the confirmation which can be found in ...


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Please follow the below steps to reset the Windows Updates Components: Press Windows Key + X on the keyboard and then select “Command Prompt (Admin)” from the menu. Stop the BITS, Cryptographic, MSI Installer and the Windows Update Services. To do this, type the following commands at a command prompt. Press the “ENTER” key after you type each command. ...


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If it is regular file then B will be overwritten. If you mark it as %config in %files section then it is overwritten but previous version is preserved as B.rpmsave. When you use %config(noreplace) then B is kept untouched and new file is saved as B.rpmnew. I simplified it, more verbose explanation can be found here: ...


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I prefer to webchat or speak with Microsoft when I have a problem with their products. I've always found them to be extremely willing to help.


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It's safest to stick with whatever software came with the motherboard and that includes the firmware (i.e. BIOS or UEFI). The drivers that came with the motherboard have to work with that motherboard, but by the principal of Murphy's law the same thing cannot be said if you just install more up-to-date drivers provided by Intel, Realtek, etc. It is wrong to ...


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I digged a little bit around and I guess copying the contents of the folder would work. Be sure to copy all the files, specially the status files in the /Download folder too (which are something like WindowsStoreSetupBox.exe and 9600.16415.winblue_refresh.130928-2229_woafre_client_CoreARM_O15_gdr_en-gb-IR1_CCSA_WOAFRER_EN-GB_ESD (depending on region it may ...



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