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Windows 10 have decided to give me the finger, help?


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#1 cybermanbeast

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Posted 14 March 2016 - 08:20 AM

So, this potato decided to break down. Not the computer, but the OS. The taskbar broke, the internet broke, hell I can't even open up my notifications anymore. SFC came up with nothing, an internet adapter scan came up with that something is missing, failed to fix. Is it time for a refresh?

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Posted 14 March 2016 - 08:33 AM

Was this an upgrade from a previous OS or a clean install? If an upgrade it would be wise to do a clean install using the Media Creation Tool for creating a bootable USB flash drive or install disk after recovering any personal data but all your programs would need to be reinstalled.



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Posted 14 March 2016 - 09:34 AM

Because you have not explain in details how taskbar and internet not working i advice you to do repair install Windows 10 no personal files and setting will be loss and third party applications will not have to be reinstall after repair installing Windows 10.


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Posted 14 March 2016 - 09:55 AM

Was this an upgrade from a previous OS or a clean install? If an upgrade it would be wise to do a clean install using the Media Creation Tool for creating a bootable USB flash drive or install disk after recovering any personal data but all your programs would need to be reinstalled.

From Windows 8, and I have done a complete wipe before so I guess it counts as a clean install?

Because you have not explain in details how taskbar and internet not working i advice you to do repair install Windows 10 no personal files and setting will be loss and third party applications will not have to be reinstall after repair installing Windows 10.

I just did a refresh and everything works now.I still wonder hat caused the bug or what it now was to happen.

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Posted 14 March 2016 - 09:58 AM

 

Was this an upgrade from a previous OS or a clean install? If an upgrade it would be wise to do a clean install using the Media Creation Tool for creating a bootable USB flash drive or install disk after recovering any personal data but all your programs would need to be reinstalled.

From Windows 8, and I have done a complete wipe before so I guess it counts as a clean install?

Because you have not explain in details how taskbar and internet not working i advice you to do repair install Windows 10 no personal files and setting will be loss and third party applications will not have to be reinstall after repair installing Windows 10.

I just did a refresh and everything works now.I still wonder hat caused the bug or what it now was to happen.

 

Well its hard to tell but if it happens again then i would say a software you install causing the issue like antivirus software.


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Posted 14 March 2016 - 12:56 PM

Was this an upgrade from a previous OS or a clean install? If an upgrade it would be wise to do a clean install using the Media Creation Tool for creating a bootable USB flash drive or install disk after recovering any personal data but all your programs would need to be reinstalled.

From Windows 8, and I have done a complete wipe before so I guess it counts as a clean install?

Because you have not explain in details how taskbar and internet not working i advice you to do repair install Windows 10 no personal files and setting will be loss and third party applications will not have to be reinstall after repair installing Windows 10.

I just did a refresh and everything works now.I still wonder hat caused the bug or what it now was to happen.
Well its hard to tell but if it happens again then i would say a software you install causing the issue like antivirus software.
Tortoise SVN could be the culprit as it was the only thing I installed.




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