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Andavari

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  1. Perhaps check Intel's download site for an officially compiled setup version: https://downloadcenter.intel.com/ Or your PC manufacturer's website, which even for an older computer should really still have drivers downloads still available based upon the device serial number, etc.
  2. Mine has the error on v1803 (which I restored a disk image to use because of issues in v1903.) Not that I'm in the Event Viewer at all though!
  3. I don't know about those older versions. However, with the newest 2019 driver you can open the Intel control panel via two ways: * Right click an empty area on the desktop and select: Intel Graphic Settings * Go into the Windows Control Panel, change the view from Category to either Small Icons or Large Icon and it will list everything. From there select: Intel Graphic Settings
  4. Just go onto YouTube to look them up there's a ton of videos, and with E3 2019 press conferences there's more to come.
  5. If you go into the Cookies to Keep list located in: Options > Cookies Just right-click on the Cookies to Keep area and select Intelligent Scan, then it will add in the Avast/CCleaner/Piriform cookies to keep.
  6. Well 1903 does have some issues just search YouTube for them. For some they're losing their Wi-Fi. For me it was undocumented the highlight color (an awful color at that) we see when selecting files would randomly blink/glitch on the screen every time I'd insert and remove a USB device looking as if my laptop screen was about to die and it kept getting worse over the three days 1903 was installed and would then randomly do it on its own. I've downgraded via a disk image backup I had made before installing it instead of waiting on them to fix the issue at their leisure.
  7. Wouldn't it be easier to use the SSD manufacturer toolbox (if one exists for whatever brand of SSD is being used) to write zeros on the drive?
  8. Unfortunately I think they will now display those every now and then in an attempt to get people to upgrade, I don't think they'll stop doing it over a few forum complaints either.
  9. It's had that extra number for years, a few years ago I asked an admin who explained it to me but I forget what he said.
  10. I think you still need to explain it better.
  11. It's just a forum etiquette-type of thing to not post such things that; A): Aren't displayed by default in the web browser without anyone having to download it, especially if it's just text. B): Could pose as a possible threat that can easily infect computers, i.e.; via macros, etc., in Office documents. I.e.; See this search: https://duckduckgo.com/?q=office+documents+spread+macro+virus I'm surprised the forum software even allows it (maybe it has to be configured to disallow it, which would be wise). In the past a different forum software was very restrictive against allowing in theory "infectable" files from being uploaded.
  12. I've been using CCleaner v5.40.6411 with Win10 v1903. Albeit Microsoft will without doubt inevitably disallow it at some point, probably sooner than later.
  13. If you use an old version such as CCleaner v5.40.6411 does it still delete that key? I'm just wondering if all the changes in CCleaner over the last year have somehow caused the issue.
  14. Allot of software does that, but doesn't necessarily mean it's bad or wrong. Albeit still mysterious and sometimes confusing to us end users.
  15. If/when you upgrade to Win10 then it's time to stop using any registry cleaners. Microsoft does not recommend using them. I've noticed from making daily registry backups on Win10 it will eventually shrink the registry size on its own, perhaps cleaning itself correctly versus a registry cleaner doing it incorrectly.
  16. Search Winapp2.ini for this word only: ShaderCache It's broken up into allot of different cleaners in there, i.e.; to clean it in web browsers, etc. There's allot of them.
  17. They have so much stuff that they spy upon users in the OS so in my opinion that alone should make Win10 Home free of charge! If someone needs more features, etc., they can pay for enterprise and pro versions - and when someone is paying for it that should completely disable the spying aspects of the OS.
  18. That would probably be the easiest option at a minimal cost. Assuming a more modern OS doesn't format and create a GPT partition which old versions of Windows can't use.
  19. It's cleaned when using the Winapp2.ini community file.
  20. Some YouTuber's that fix and upgrade PCs have it happen both ways, upgrade a customers PC and they have to buy a Win10 license, upgrade another customers PC and it's free. Luck of the draw I suppose.
  21. After installing that free version you can input your bought version license key so that all of the features you purchased are available to you.
  22. Note that the current version is 5.58.7209 as the forum announcement lists, it's not 5.8.
  23. I finally updated to Win10 1903. Only issue I had was I needed to update the Intel Audio Display driver first. Would've made more sense had the Media Creation Tool had instead simply stated to install the newest VGA Intel Graphics Driver from the OEM PC manufacturer to get the required compatible version of the driver.
  24. Why not just test it in a non-permanent way first; You could create a system disk image of your system as it currently is (for later restoration), then download the Windows 10 ISO from Microsoft and install it - no need to buy anything just test it unregistered - what I'm implying is simply for you to test things out. Or you could install it on an additional unused hard disk if you have one and swap them out in the laptop. One thing with Win10 in my opinion it needs to be installed onto an SSD otherwise it's slow at least from what I've experienced on laptops with an HDD. If your system has at least a SATA 2 connection for the hard disk then a boot drive 2.5 inch SATA 3 SSD (of at least 240GB) would be highly recommended.
  25. Perhaps play with the permissions/privileges on the key, i.e.; lock it down that way registry cleaners can't remove it, and you would even have to enable admin privileges upon it to edit it or remove it manually.
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