Working now. ;)
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Working now. ;)
Still getting it.
For the last few days I've been getting this error in FileHippo. Haven't found any recent issues with Google. My internet connection is fine. I even ran FileHippo's internet check.
don't worry about that. False positive.
Do you need that floppy drive?
Do you have to "Reserve your Free Upgrade" to see the "Check your upgrade status"?
Looking forward to W10, after it's been out a month or two.
Showed up on task bar this morning.
Sorry if I came off as scornful. No disrespect meant. I had the impression that the USB drive was always left connected (plugged in).
Why bother to "safely remove" if not disconnecting?
On my ASUS MB there is an option in the BIOS to turn off the safely remove option on an individual drive basis.
This wont solve the why, but if you want LO get a friend to download it for you.
Why would everything work OK in safe mode if it's a hardware problem?
No body mentioned it, but you were concerned that someone was stealing your wireless. Do you have a strong password set for your wireless? Do you have a strong admin password set?
MSE even causes Windows Defender to be turned off (W7).
Perhaps a good suggestion for W10 would be to eliminate this restriction.
Have you run this by Terrabyte support?
I don't think that's true. An OEM version is tied to the original PC it was installed on and when it dies, so does the OS.
I disagree. Just because your MB dies (and you can't...
If it was an OEM version and the original PC is dead, Microsoft will let you install on a new PC if you explain the situation to them.
I thought gold didn't tarnish.
Yes it was something like that. Was a Gigabyte MB IIRC.
It's possible there is a BIOS setting to prevent this. I had this issue before and I'm certain there was a BIOS setting for each attached SATA drive to prevent this.
Or suggest that if they wont take some responsibility for their own PC's you wont either. :)
OK, I restored an older Macrium image (to a 500GB drive not the SSHD), created a BootIt NG boot item and booted into the restored system. Started another Macrium backup which got by the point at...
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