Windows 10 20H2

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  1. Papusan

    Papusan JOKEBOOKs Sucks! Dont waste your $$$ on FILTHY

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    You are insane in a good way bruh:) Not all is able to find or see all the flaws with Windows 10 as Services.

    Here is a few halfway fixes for Microsofts latest injected bugs for Win 10 20H1/20H2

    Windows 10 high CPU usage is due to the updates, but there’s a fix windowslatest.com
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    Windows 10 corsairvbusdriver.sys creates a blue screen loop after update [workaround] deskmodder.de
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    Windows 10 critical bug crashes some PCs if you use chkdsk feature windowslatest.com
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    In the meantime, the simplest solution is to avoid unnecessary running the chkdsk command. In any case, you can always reboot the system to return to normal functioning if a Blue Screen is encountered.


     
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  2. Papusan

    Papusan JOKEBOOKs Sucks! Dont waste your $$$ on FILTHY

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  3. kojack

    kojack Notebook Virtuoso

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    You're a special kinda stupid aren't ya. Thinking an insider build will be stable. There is another problem you have. But hey. You can keep driving yourself insane using windows when you hate it so much. The stupid is funny!

    You have to go LOOKING for issues? that means they are not issues more like you breaking stuff. Love it. As I said all along. LOAD it and leave it T.F. Alone.
     
  4. Papusan

    Papusan JOKEBOOKs Sucks! Dont waste your $$$ on FILTHY

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    I talk about bugs with the newest released versions. Who mentioned insider build?:rolleyes: From one of the posted links...

    A new critical flaw in Windows 10 version 2004 and version 20H2 is crashing some computers when users run chkdsk command. For that unaware, chkdsk, also known as Check Disk utility, allows you to scan through your entire hard drive to find and fix problems.

    Windows 10’s latest update, which was supposed to fix some big issues, seems to be causing some serious problems. According to user reports, Chkdsk c: /f command is broken after the December 2020 update and it could crash your device with Blue Screen of Death error.

    The spike in CPU usage has been reported by users after two updates were shipped this month – Windows 10 December update and Intel Driver & Software Assistant Tool update.

    December 8, 2020—KB4592438 (OS Builds 19041.685)
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    Maybe not the posts for your likings... But many others prefer to know/learn about the ongoing bugs.

    Thread title... "
    Windows 10 20H2"

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    And here is the NBR thread about the problems already meantioned above with latest updates for the Dell Alienwares... http://forum.notebookreview.com/thr...2-owners-lounge.770311/page-437#post-11064082
     
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  5. Normimb

    Normimb Notebook Consultant

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    @kojack why don't you take a break insulting @Papusan and @Mr. Fox.
    Your insults are not justified. These 2 persons brings more to the community even if it seems to hurt your feelings.
    I think you are the one who should go find another cause else where. You said what you had to say (mostly insults, nothing constructive) and it bring nothing to this thread.
    Please stop or leave.
     
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  6. Mr. Fox

    Mr. Fox BGA Filth-Hating Elitist

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    Maybe it would be better if you just add us to your ignore list so you don't pop a vein or something. We're not going away and your juvenile attempts at taunting only makes you look silly, bro. It's interesting how you take everything personal and hurl insults at people presenting information when they are not even speaking to you. That's pretty rare.
     
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  7. Papusan

    Papusan JOKEBOOKs Sucks! Dont waste your $$$ on FILTHY

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    Its just sad seeing some don't grasp it. Some even think they know better than Microsoft's own engineers. Isn't that amusing?

    Microsoft confirms Windows 10 update bug causes boot issues windowslates.com - December 21, 2020

    If your Windows 10 computer started rendering Blue Screen of Death when you run Check Disk command, don't worry - you'll be able to use your device properly again in the next 24 hours,..

    For managed devices in enterprise environments, that have this update installed and are experiencing this issue, it can be fixed by installing and configuring a special Group Policy. For more information on the use of Group Policy, Microsoft refers to the Group Policy Overview.

    Microsoft has acknowledged a new issue impacting Windows 10 customers that might cause booting to fail on devices where the chkdsk tool has been used to repair logical file system errors.

    Btw. Look at this beauty 17 R4, BSOD after windows 20H2 upgrade
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    Windows 10’s new Corsair driver update is causing boot failures windowslates.com - December 22, 2020

    A new driver update “CorsairVBusDriver” is currently rolling out to some users via Windows Update and it’s reportedly breaking down PCs. The latest driver is incompatible with the old CorsairVBusDriver (driver version is 2.x or older) and BSOD is triggered when the older driver is detected.

    “This is caused by a very old CorsairVBusDriver (driver version is 2.x or older) installed with old CUE SW (CUE 2.x or older) conflicting with the new driver (driver version is 3.x) released with the recent Windows update,” wrote James, ICUE product manager at Corsair.

    If you have a Corsair update pending in the Windows Update page, you need to uninstall the old Corsair’s CUE software and download the iCUE software, and then apply the Windows Updates.

    This incident is another reminder for users to avoid the necessary driver updates offered via Windows Update.

    Not so sure that your old aunt or uncle is able to understand all this mess. Windows as Services is a huge Joke. Of course it will screw up people systems. Doomed to happen as long they continue as this.
     
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  8. Normimb

    Normimb Notebook Consultant

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    Really sad indeed,
    Thanks for the valuable information.
     
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    ElDiablo Newbie

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    When I look in storage it says my temporary files are using 4.63GB but I can't find out what is using that space when I click on temporary files.

    I have used disk Cleanup running as Admin and also just tried using the remove files option in storage and the size still stays the same.

    Even using wise disk cleaner doesn't help.
     
  10. KING19

    KING19 Notebook Deity

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    How are you helping anyone by insulting people pointing out the issues in Windows 10? If you have disagreements with them you can do it in a mature way instead of insulting and dismissing any complaints about the OS. Also a lot of issues with the OS can be fixed if they allow users more control of their systems instead of restricting them especially with Windows Updates.
     
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