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You defiantly should check the next link: https://weblog.west-wind.com/posts/2019/Feb/14/WPF-Hanging-in-Infinite-Rendering-Loop?fbclid=IwAR23ZnUrz7buVpFLXOX2qQin1WcifQ6h280EO25URO74NTGDkTedx1TDRb4 here's a quote from the page: Using the StarDefinitionsCanExceedAvailableSpace Override This setting overrides the new GridRendering behavior and basically lets ...


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Since 2015 the human-readable log needs to be generated on-demand When you run the Get-WindowsUpdateLog cmdlet, an [sic] copy of WindowsUpdate.log file is created as a static log file. It does not update as the old WindowsUpate.log unless you run Get-WindowsUpdateLog again. Basically open a powershell and type Get-WindowsUpdateLog. It will do its thing and ...


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I had this issue too I tried everything related to disabling adapters, messing around with Virtual Network Editor, etc. But non worked. My setup: VMWare Workstation 15 Pro Host: Windows 10 Enterprise, version 1909 Guest: Windows 2012 R2 Datacenter SOLUTION: I noticed that the result of ipconfig command on guest shows weird IP and netmask. So I tried to ...


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I also have a Realtek audio card, but the Realtek equalizer seems to be disabled and instead I found an installed application called Dolby Audio. I'm still playing with the (unlabeled..) equalizer.


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On a different machine, you could download the Ethernet ("Ethernet Adapter Driver (Intel)") and/or Wireless ("Wireless LAN Driver (Intel)") driver from the manufacturer's website: http://www.shopfujitsu.com/CSPortal/supportsearch.do?srch=DOWNLOADS&Series=E%20Series&Model=E549&ProductType=Notebook%20PC Then transfer the driver(...


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Since Window 8.1 is old, it may not have drivers for your PC, and manufacturers would not bother creating them. Workaround: Try a newer operating system, such as Windows 10, or Linux. In fact, you can use a live Linux USB, such Ubuntu, without having to install it on the HDD. That would allow you to use your PC to browse the web and to download Windows 8.1 ...


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I took the code from user541686's answer and put it into a small python script with DLL's. You can get it here and run python scan.py -once -logger-level=quiet to force a re-scan :). EDIT I didn't realize that there's already a python package that does this exact thing... Apparently with winwifi you can just do wifi scan and it will do a force re-scan and ...


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This [VLC solution] is not working anymore[.] Testing a standard .mp4 and .mp3 file with the current build of VLC 3.0.11 (June 2020) on Windows 7, Track 2 was displayed as an option to hear an external audio file along with the video file playing in VLC, as indicated in the relevant links in your original question. Also note that the answer in the first ...


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Try this... Turn off the laptop. Turn off your WiFi, or take the laptop to an area where there isn't any WiFi. (If connected via Ethernet, unplug it.) Turn on the laptop. Once it fully loads, then turn on your WiFi again. It should work now. Sometimes (especially in 10) updates, including those that come after a reset, can get the computer stuck. It ...


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This registry key is related to the drivers. During the boot process, the first step to boot the Windows system is to load the drivers marked as bootable drivers then the usual drivers are loaded to the memory. If the registry key has been deleted, they will be recreated during the shutdown process according to the memory. I think it is a expected behavior ...


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I copied the C:\Windows\System32\inetsrv\config\applicationhost.config file from another Windows Server, and replaced the old one with the problem, and the error was gone.


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