The driver rtl8192Ce.sys is pointing to a bad virtual address (uninitialized garbage or freed memory) which is causing the crash.
I'd recommend the following:
Uninstall NDIS Driver from Realtek Semiconductor Corporation (you have old one installed on Thu Sep 9, 2010).
Install latest one (year 2013) from here: Realtek NDIS Driver.
I would also update BIOS, ...
A small Windows program which can be used via command line or GUI is ControlMyMonitor from Nirsoft. It sends DDC commands to the monitor and can (depending on the monitor) change brightness, turn off/on, change the input source etc. To trigger commands, I use it in combination with EventGhost which can react to various event sources (including built-in ...
Find AUOptions. You can change the values from 1 through 5.
1. Download updates but let me choose whether to install them
2. Check for updates but let me choose whether to download and install them
3. Download updates but let me choose whether to install ...
Here is the said script in the accepted answer.
Depending on how much frames you want to get rid of (you can change the 3 in index%3 below) you can copy paste this in Filters -> Python-Fu -> Console
image = gimp.image_list()
for (index,layer) in enumerate(image.layers):
if not index%3:
And press enter twice. This ...
For me it was the following setting in the performance options:
"Use visual styles on windows and buttons"
After A LOT of trying out of combinations, it boiled down to this one setting. If I disable it, it doesn't matter what else is checked: I get tearing.
Sounds strange and I still think it can't be, but it works reliably.
Use the updated qemu binary to convert the qcow2 image to a vmdk image by running this qemu-img convert command:
qemu-img convert -f qcow2 -O vmdk -o subformat=streamOptimized source_qcow_image_path destination_path_to_vmdk
qemu-img convert -f qcow2 -O vmdk -o subformat=streamOptimized CentOS-7-x86_64-GenericCloud-1503.qcow2 CentOS-7-x86_64-...
Robocopy will do it with the /A-:E switch (E for encryption "attribute") - but not "on the fly": it does it as an (integrated) two-step process: first it does the copy (or move), then it removes the encryption (sort of like doing a copy followed by cipher /d. So its slow. But I guess you'd spend the time anyway, so if you prefer to do ...
It is in the screen saver settings. Windows sets it to default 1 min. These settings are not readily shown on the new Windows 10 interface. So just hit the windows key and type "screen saver" and then select the 'Turn screen saver on or off' and change the timer and type to your desired setting.
Your harddisk has a real high amount of reallocated sectors (attributes 5 and 196).
Modern harddisks have a number of "spare" sectors they can use if a sector goes bad. They do that by reallocating the sector, which means they update an internal map that leaves the bad sector where it is, and uses one of the spare sectors instead.
The fact that ...
I received the same error when attempting to clone a VMware Virtual Machine.
What I found that worked was shutting down the VMware instance then from the menu run VM > Manage > Clean Up Disks.
After performing a cleanup the Virtual Machine cloned without an error.
It remembers what you last did.
Understanding Saved Views and Browsing Folders
In Windows 2000 Professional, the view you use is not always permanently saved in Windows Explorer. You can control whether the views you use are saved permanently or temporarily by using the Remember each folder's view settings check box on the View tab of the Folder Options ...
I've been working on a comprehensive explanation of folder views here. Take a look at that for starters.
You first question has me wondering if you've "maxed out" on saved
views. What value is returned by this PowerShell code?
((gp "HKCU:\Software\Classes\Local Settings\Software\Microsoft\Windows\Shell\BagMRU").Nodeslots).count
And what ...
The extensions mentioned by Deckard and telemarker work on Windows 10 x64. I selected the one mentioned by telemarker. However, clearing the icon cache or rebooting may not be enough. There is another setting which must be set correctly to see .svg (and other) thumbnails.
Click to the View section
Click Options > Change folder and search ...
Windows has no migration structure anything like macOS has.
The best it can offer is OneDrive - https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/windows/transfer-your-data which any Mac user will find hugely disappointing by comparison… or a USB stick. It's all a bit manual, I'm afraid.
Alternatively, you're looking at 3rd party apps, such as Laplink PCMover [You need the ...
Recent Logitech devices support a new technology that is called Logitech Flow. This allows you to create one central work station for multiple computers. Your keyboard follows your cursor from one computer to another, meaning you can type on multiple devices in one fluid workflow. The requirements are that the devices support the technology (unfortunately ...
The Alt key on the right for typing special characters in some languages is called AltGr and is completely different from the normal Alt key. In Windows AltGr is always mapped to Ctrl+Alt
When you press AltGr+A Windows converts it to Ctrl+Alt+A. However it seems Greenshot captures the Ctrl+A before passing the key combination to the keyboard input method ...
In Windows 10, go to 'Colors Settings' page. Select an accent color and enable the checkbox 'Title bars and Window borders' under 'More options'. That is simple and quick. Current windows stand out nicely.
Don't forget to disable wake up on Magic Packet & Wake on Pattern Match (WoL) or equivalent for the NIC(s) to avoid unexpected wake.
Recently installed Dell OEM Windows 7 Pro on an Optiplex 990 (to replace a dead Optiplex 790) as the only Windows machine at home. Last time I installed Windows was more than 4 years ago, completely forgot how I ...
I had the same problem with my ASUS laptop. Even though I had "Do Nothing" in the "When I close the lid" setting, but the laptop would still go to sleep when I closed the lid. All I did to correct this was that I just changed that setting to something else and then changed it back to "Do Nothing" and then started working like it ...
The answer is no. You can only install a licensed copy of windows in only one computer.
See Send To Toys by Gabriele Ponti.
With this tool you can send files to:
Clipboard (as content), Clipboard (as filename), Command Prompt (as filename), Favorites folder (as shortcut), specific folder, Quick Launch (as shortcut), Recycle Bin and Run dialog.
I am very happy to have found this tool.
I confronted this problem in my PC but it has resolved with changing bios setting. In the main page I entered "Integrated peripherals", then entered "On-chip ATA Devices", and infronted of the "PCI IDE Busmaster" I checked "Enabled" and seved the changes.
I hope it help you...
This should be closed as 'opinion-based', but before that happens I would like
once and for all to say that smart upgrading requires knowledge of what the
computer is doing.
Use the Task Manager and the Resource Monitor and Process Explorer:
See which resources are stretched to the limit among CPU, RAM and disk.
Then improve one element only and check again.
This may get closed as 'opinion-based' but before that happens - you need both.
4GB RAM is really too small these days, I'd call 8GB minimum & 16 starts to get comfortable. An SSD will vastly improve your throughput, but don't skimp. Get at least 512GB or you'll be constantly trying to figure out which things you can afford to delete.
Dual booting has no ...
Should anyone find this thread and be looking for a solution for Windows 10, close Chrome and delete the following folder:
Then you can start Chrome again.
This happens every time I update the driver for my GeForce GPU, and this solution also works every time.
I fixed the same problem by setting MANPATH to an empty string (MANPATH=) and then troubleshooting its original contents. It turned out that the entry to /usr/share/man started with a double slash. On Unix multipla shlashes anywhere in the path are a no-up. On Windows (and apparently CygWin) the double slash at the beginning of a path denotes a network ...
Based on the ideas in @gronostaj's answer, I just created a small tool for this purpose:
It works by writing the UEFI BootNext variable, and it triggers a reboot.
Thus you can easily reboot to HDD2, an USB flash drive, or even to the BIOS Setup, directly from Windows.
If you uninstalled the software, it's not at fault... unless some errant process is still running in the background, perhaps a left-over service or malware, from malicious installation. Use Task Manager to see what is using so much CPU time.
Also check for malware with your antivirus suite, e.g. Defender.
An easy method is using a third-party product in the following two steps:
Convert the disk from MBR to GPT without lose of data
Set the BIOS boot from legacy to UEFI.
The can be done in this way:
AOMEI Partition Assistant Professional Edition Demo
and run it
Right-click on the system disk and select "Convert to GPT Disk"
Let's say the Windows 7 install that we want to process is on HDD1.
I have been able to do it with @nathanbedford's method with a few modifications:
no use at all of a system repair disc / original Windows installation media
boot on a secondary Windows 10 install (e.g. on HDD2)
similar use of gptgen.exe -w \\.\physicaldrive0 from a cmd.exe run in ...
Had this issue. It is related to bluetooth device drivers. My search showed me how people fixed their issue and it was all about installing some drivers + possibly a hack to add a serial port device.
So I checked in my adapter driver setting that manufacturer is Cambridge Silicon Radio. Searching for it I found some additional audio profiles in windows ...
How to have a prompt for the password to BitLocker-unlock D:\ before the programs in Startup shortcuts start?
In order to accomplish this you will be unable to move your Desktop to another disk that is encrypted with BitLocker. The best way to accomplish this would be to store your personal files on a separate volume that is encrypted and have your Desktop ...
BitLocker is too restrictive and problematic.
I would recommend using instead a third-party product such as
You may encrypt the entire disk D, or just a part of the disk in the
format of a file, or even encrypt and use what looks like the
unallocated space at the end of the physical disk.
You can schedule a VeraCrypt mount command for the disk on ...
To add a workaround solution for those of us that use WOL despite this incredibly long lasting bug that intel and microsoft don't care to fix, I give you my solution that entails turning wol off and then on early in the system wake process. I recommend you confirm that turning off wol "wake on magic packet" does in fact reduce your overzealous cpu ...
PotPlayer provides a feature to rename files in the playlist.
Open the playlist (default hotkey: F6), right click the target file, choose "add & edit" -> "rename file... CTRL+M", or select the file in the list and press CTRL+M. There will be a pop-up window to rename the file, a new folder location could be set in the very same ...
Since it a malware it may able to bypass settings like pc malwares bypass settings
Malwares are intended to bypass restrictions and cause damage in any device
In official google chrome extensions in chrome web store they are mostly unable to since they are checked & verified check before published not to violate any rules
Always install chrome extensions ...
This is a very old question, but it seems FRAPS still has no competition. It lets you set up a destination folder and file format, bind a screenshot key, and lets you capture from fullscreen applications such as games and movie players.
You need to install Windows 7 from a boot media. While installing, reformat the disk.
If you need to save data, use a Linux Live CD or USB to copy away the data
I can't tell you where to find Windows 7 install media, so I hope you still have it.
Used Revo Uninstaller to make sure everything was removed and printer continued to show up as being shared. After trying everything across the web I opened the device manager which showed the drivers still there and uninstalled those and my problem was solved.
Google Chrome comes with a software reporter tool for scanning for malware affecting the browser. Sometimes the software reporter tool can also use a lot of CPU power.You can disable the software reporter tool easily.
The Software Reporter Tool is an executable file located in Chrome’s application data folder. The default location of the SwReporter folder is:...
In June 2020, this Super User page is at the top of the Google search results for "restore import pictures and videos autoplay option in windows 10".
I just followed this procedure in Windows 10 feature version 2004 and this still works:
To add "Import Pictures and Videos (Windows)" to the Windows 10 AutoPlay options list for devices like ...