It's possible that I hard reset the machine while the first zoom related Bsod was gathering info
It's not the first time I've had a zoom related Bsod but the machine always started up. The above is the only thing I can think I might have done different
Zoom video call caused a Bsod after that the OS got stuck in the Bsod loop
How would one go about scanning from the second install? It seems all the scan tools, sfc and dsim only scan the current running OS
i've tried all of that, most seem to imply actually being able to get into the OS, which i cannot do even in safe mode
some of the options described there (DSIM) seem to require being run from with the OS
so i'm stumped
i was hoping to attempt the repair from the second fresh installation
My windows 10 has gotten stuck in a BSOD loop on startup. I've tried startup repair, safe mode, all fail or either BSOD.
I really need to fix this installation
I've installed a second copy of Windows 10, so now I have a dual boot
Is there a way to repair the other Windows 10 copy from the...
Yup, USB debugging is enabled.
I tried the link you provided already. Browsed from device manager. Just says "windows cannot find drivers for you device". I have connected to ADB previously when unlocking the phone, but nothing I've tried recently seems to work.
Anyone know where I can find working USB drivers for win7 64 for this phone? I've tried everywhere, HTC sync, various forums. Basically the phone works as a mass storage device but I cannot connect to it with ADB. Device manager always states it cannot find drivers for my device. Just lists it...
I've bought a pair of Mackie MR5 which I plan to hook up to my laptop.
I don't want to use my Realtek HD onboard, what I'm trying to decide is whether it get a USB soundcard (x-fi HD) or a DAC (likely an Audioengine D1). Will the DAC provide any perceptible sound quality improvement over the...
Nevermind. Appears one of the 8gig sticks I put in is dead. I thought it was something deeper since the machine managed to boot into safe mode. I guess safe mode somehow doesn't utilise all of the RAM during start-up the way a normal boot does.