flashh4

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  1. Someone keeps posting about Cialis to a topic in the Malware removal section that i have locked, not sure how to stop you yet but when i do i will ban you !! STOP IT NOW !

    Chuck

  2. Yes it is here but not the full version yet, it will be released to users during 2021-2022 ! Microsoft will release it's full OS through out that time period ! But you can check your computer to see if it will run by downloading this program/tool to check yours is compatible !

    https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windowsinsiderpreviewpchealth

    If your machine qualify's you can get started here >>> https://insider.windows.com/en-us/

    Chuck

  3. Hey Brian, i am also a Tech dating back when the old 3.1 came out ! I still have that machine ! I have also had all the Operating system MS has ever came out with, I have been using Windows 11 Beta testing it & giving MS my thoughts on some of the new apps & programs ! I must say i don't like a few but over all i am very impressed with W11. There will be a newer version as soon as MS can get it out to everyone ! Sometime  between now (5th Oct.) and 2022 mid summer ! Windows 10 they are leaving it alone for 4 yrs. then it will go by the way side like W7 !!!

    You take care Brian & Be Safe !!

    Chuck

  4. Howdy Russell18 and welcome to BestTechie forums ! The number one fix for this is usually a bad driver ! So let's start there.

    1. Press Windows key + R to open up a Run dialog box. Then, inside the text box, type “dvmgmt.msc” and press Enter to open up Device Manager. If prompted by the UAC (User Account Control), click Yes to grant admin privileges, Once you’re inside Device Manager, right-click on the device that is causing the issue and choose Properties from the newly appeared context menu.

    • Inside the properties screen, select the Events tab, then go over to the Events section.
    • Analyze each Timestamp carefully and see which one has the newest date. That point is the one that you should be looking at (not the first).
    • Note: If one of the latest Timestamps has a Device Installed description, it most likely means that the driver for that device installed successfully and there’s nothing wrong with it.

    • If you’ve followed the instructions above to confirm that you’re looking at the correct TimeStamp and you confirmed that the latest Event is showing ‘Device requires further installation !

    • Once you’re inside Device Manager, go through the list of available devices and right-click on the one that you’re encountering issues with. Then, choose Update device from the newly appeared context menu.

    • That should update the bad driver !!

     

     

    Chuck

  5. hpg3, so says weboot that Webroot and Norton don't interfere with each other. There is no system slowdown and the system is just slightly slower as if using Norton alone (of course the lightest config is using Webroot only). ... Webroot and Norton play very nice together. No interaction or issues have been encountered Webroot is competitive, but Norton is the better choice as it offers more security-enhancing features and utilities in its security products. Also, independent tests prove that Norton is better than Webroot in terms of both malware detection and the impact on system performance.

    So in my opinion if you google up running 2 antivirus and see what you get, most say 2 antivirus do not play well together !

    So it's your choice !!

    Chuck