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  1. Orange2341

    Access is denied error whenever accessing Roaming folder, with any application

    It seems that whenever I want to access the following pathways of C:\Users\ABC\AppData, any program or application gives me an "Access is denied error": In another application called CodeBlocks, I get the same error: Error: can't open C:\Users\ABC\AppData\Local\Temp\cc4x6bY8.s for reading...
  2. Q

    Remove write protection from unlocked Bitlocker drive

    I work at a computer repair shop and I finally came across something I cannot get around. A customer brought in a Microsoft Surface Book that has BitLocker protection on it. Windows is corrupt and I am using a windows 10 disk to repair it. I have his BitLocker recovery key so I can unlock the...
  3. E

    [SOLVED] Windows 10: schtasks job start, but does not work

    Hi, I'm new of this thread and I do not know if this is the right section of the forum. I'm under windows 10 1803 64 bit. I have two scripts (.cmd and .ps1) which execute the same operation. The scripts work well if I run them from cmd or powershell while they do not work if I use schtasks. In...
  4. dubeysachin03

    How do I find out what filesystem of partitions using CMD?

    I want to know file system of partitions using CMD
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    CMD pop-up

    Hello.. i am facing a small problem with my computer. When i use it a cmd page pops up for less than a second then it disappears. It drives me crazy sometimes when it pops up while i am using Netflix and Youtube. i hope that i can find the solution. Best regards Nawaf
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    Windows 10 ERROR user/admin

    Hello guys,i have do this guide>howtogeek(dot)ci oo em/howto/windows-vista/remove-user-accounts-from-the-logon-screen-in-windows-vista/ to my administrator user,i have to 2 user to my pc,1st is mine(admin),and 2nd its my brother(user,guest-user).I cant delete the key because im a user. How to...
  7. K

    Setup was unable to create a new system partition or locate an existing system partition

    Greetings! I recently bought an old Toshiba Sattelite C870-17U, so i decided to throw a new SSD into it and wanted to install Win 7 with an USB-stick i have. But when i booted with the USB and went to install it, there was an message saying "setup was unable to create a new system partition or...
  8. S

    Problem with bootloader (I think)

    So I had Linux mint installed on my Laptop, dual booting with Windows 10, and decided I wanted to get rid of it. So without research I just deleted the partition and extended the windows partition. I was then left with GRUB, the Ubuntu bootloader. I spend some time trying to get rid of this: I...
  9. R

    Second command prompt not closing after installation completed

    Am creating a batch script to install ruby gems along with some other automation. But when "gem install <gemname>" command triggered its opened new command prompt to install and its not closing it as soon as gem installation completed. I tried below things as well which didn't help me, START...
  10. aubycek

    Command prompt/.bat files issue

    Hello. When I create a simple .bat file (to run calculator for example), it will give me an error saying that "filename" is not recognized as an internal or external command. I am 100% sure this happens because there are some symbols before the command "calc". When I right click my .bat file and...
  11. E

    Command prompt 'start in:' setting ignored

    For a command prompt, if I set the 'Start in:' setting to a particular path to try to get the command prompt to open in a particular folder, it is ignored and the command prompt always opens in the folder of cmd.exe, which is c:\windows/system32. In Windows7 if I use the 'Start in:' setting the...
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    Windows 10 Carrying text over to new Com prompt instance

    Hi, I have a .bat file with these contents (in bold); START "" "C:\Windows\System32\telnet.exe" Once this runs, the current Command Prompt closes and opens the new Prompt for telnet. What I'm looking for is a way to print text into the new telnet command prompt which appears, after the first...
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