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The database is not damaged. It's just... not a text file. (It's a tar archive compressed using gzip.) However, my guess is that you've somehow configured pacman to use the wrong mirror list. Raspberry Pi is an ARM device and does not run Arch Linux – instead it runs Arch Linux ARM, which maintains its repositories independently of the x86 distro. ...


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The CPU usage comes from Windows Updates which tries to find Updates: wuaueng.dll!CAgentUpdateManager::FindUpdates. This method calls a function wuaueng.dll!CUpdatesToPruneList::AddSupersedenceInfoIfNeeded to see if all updates are needed or if they are replaced (superseded). And this takes some time on your older Intel Core2 Duo CPU. You can't avoid the CPU ...


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Update to Windows 10 via official tool: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10


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Download the Windows 10 Media Creation tool here: http://aka.ms/windows10mediacreationtool Do not under any circumstances format or wipe the drive of said computer beforehand or boot from USB or DVD as the upgrade needs to be conducted in-place. More details can be found ...


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If you are using a self-hosted version of WordPress, then you can use WP Update Settings or Advanced Automatic Updates. Both allow you to automatically update WordPress. The second has a lot more options and more reviews. If you are using WordPress's hosted option, by default your WordPress will self update.


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Run Notepad as Administrator Go C:\windows\System32\drivers\etc Open File Hosts (it has no extention) by dragging it onto Notepad Add the following Lines: 127.0.0.1 *.kmpmedia.net 127.0.0.1 *.pandora.tv 127.0.0.1 cdn.kmplayer.com Save File and you're done


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Psycogeek - I tried what you mentioned (not the SFC command) and it really didn't change anything. But I did check to see how many copies of IEXPLORE.EXE I had on my disk. I found 79 files taking up 60 MB! Most were in the Windows\winsxs directory. Some research I did on that showed this is where Windows updates are kept and how to clean it up. Once I did ...


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If you run setup from within windows 7 I.e after booting it should provide an upgrade. If you boot directly from the USB stick I think it will do a fresh install however as I understand it from an article I read recently you need to have run the upgrade first to validate your licence however this article offers another option. ...


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Sometime you can't (officially) uninstall some update, because they are marked as permanent in its manifest file (metadata) <package identifier="KBZZZZZZ" [...] permanence="permanent"> Microsoft does this for all servicing stack updates. You could remove this permanence entry, but I had issues in the past after removing older servicing stack ...



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