Portege Z830 - issues after updating Windows for Win 7
My laptop is PORTEGE Z830. I upgraded the system to Windows 7 Enterprise. I got this yellow (!) when I opened ad peripheral printers. When I tried to know what unit he showed:
Pilot missing: ACPI\TOS6028\2 & daba3ff & 4
Also, I am not able to adjust the brightness and sound volume using 'fun' key more.
More I don't know how to get to Bluetooth more?
can someone help me?
I put t know not what drivers you have installed and then lacking here are detailed installation order then please make sure that you have installed the things listed in order:
TOSHIBA security assist
Infineon TPM professional package
Chipset SW installation utility
Intel Management Engine Interface
Intel AMT software
Intel Rapid Storage Technology driver
Realtek Audio Driver
Synaptics Touch Pad Driver
Wireless LAN driver
Atheros Bluetooth driver filter package
Bluetooth Stack for Windows by Toshiba
Ricoh card reader
Technology of quick start Software Intel
TOSHIBA fingerprint utility
TOSHIBA Value Added Package
TOSHIBA Service Station
TOSHIBA eco Utility
TOSHIBA PC Health Monitor
TOSHIBA Disc Creator
TOSHIBA Web Camera Application
TOSHIBA face recognition
Sleep TOSHIBA utility
TOSHIBA resolution + plug-in for Windows Media Player
TOSHIBA Media Controller
TOSHIBA Media Controller plugin
Assistant TOSHIBA Bulletin Board
TOSHIBA Network Device ID registry tool
TOSHIBA wireless LAN indicator
TOSHIBA HDD/SSD Alert 90
PatchFiles PCIIDEREG - 1.2
PatchFiles TBMINITREG-1. 0 t
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I have problems with Windows (for Win XP) updates...
(1) I installed the hardware updates for my sound card (via Windows update) and now I can't hear the music through my speakers or headphones. In addition, related to my sound card software do not work either!
(2) at the same time, I tried to install Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1 Service Pack 1 through Windows Update and that would not install (.. .and I tried several times).
So to rememdy those issues, I tried for hours to use the system restore, but whenever I've tried I'm not able to successfully restore and I tried several unique restore points.
Any suggestions? I spent hours on it, and nothing seems to help!
Hello hoke, welcome.
1. What is the brand and model of your computer?
Let us know if it works:
1. download the .NET Framework here cleaning tool:
2. run the utility and remove all versions of the .NET Framework
3. restart your computer
After the reboot
4. download the .NET Framework 3.5 from here:
5. next, restart your computer
Let us know if it works,
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I chose to try the upgrade of Windows 10 on my laptop primary. Because of the long installation times, I started late in the evening then followed finishing (or almost) the update the next morning. Until I sat down to 'start' I spoke with a friend who had just completed an installation of two heavy day of problems. Although I am good enough to solve computer OS and software installation problems, I was very reluctant to go forward. After serious soul searching I elected continue to use Windows 7, I don't really like.
That's why I chose to use the system restore before restarting my computer needed complete Windows Update 10. I chose the previous restore point before the update of windows 10 and ran through the entire procedure and then restarted the computer after the restore point.
Everything worked fine and I was able to do the foregoing... Except that I can't do updates of security that have been uninstalled. The Windows Update screen repeat "you must restart your computer...". "with the reboot by holding the active button.
This window doesn't go away even after reboot, and I can not "check for Updates".
Does anyone have any suggestions on how to reset this program if I can do all the updates except Windows 10 security.
Thank you for any assistance.
By using the system restore before computer restart after updating Windows 10...
Sorry, System Restore does not cancel the major updates, that's why a lot of automatic updates delete all system restore points. The tool that is appropriate in this case would be a restore Image. If you have not created an image before the upgrade, then you are out of luck.
After updating windows 7 Edition family premium my phone breaks down regularly when you try to access the folder - I installed several updates, correct its and also removed countless system software - can someone help please! It normally occurs when you access my folder music or documents, even if they are empty! I'm using an asus laptop
There is no free or paid for the software will fix PC problems
'used cmd & scan' could mean allmost anything.
Apparently, you have a portable computer, you do not have scource drivers for a laptop computer via windows update (unless this portable machine said) but this laptop manufacturers support site, then visit this site of support of decision makers and reinstall all the drivers available.
After updating Windows 10 on my PC, when I try to update Adobe Muse, I get an error DF024. Help, please!
Please see the help document for troubleshooting with the installation logs: https://helpx.adobe.com/creative-suite/kb/troubleshoot-install-logs-cs5-cs5.html
Let us know if this helps!
After updating Windows 10, the CPU cannot push frequency. The setting of the battery's performance. Alienware 15. Really need help
You will probably get a better response if you re - post it in the forum of the Club of Alienware
Since I installed the updated definition for windows defender-KB915597(Definition 1.21.1279.0) 03/03/09, I was not able to install the new updates. I don't know why, but none of the updates I have been install, or at least try, are installation and saying "Success" next to them. I've used different methods to dispose of everything, if I have any, virus and still have not seen any progress. And unfortunately, I deleted all my restore points to keep the memory on my laptop. I have too many errors, report them all, but some of the things I did to check to ensure that I have no viruses do analyses of the complete system and remove a mysterious software they gave me an alert by (using McAfee Security). Any help will be considered. Help, please! :(
If you install the hidden recovery partition to do the cleaning, you will probably not the product key. Otherwise, use one on the sticker attached to the computer. ~ Robear Dyer (PA Bear) ~ MS MVP (that is to say, mail, security, Windows & Update Services) since 2002 ~ WARNING: MS MVPs represent or work for Microsoft
I've updated my laptop it has windows 8.1 to 10 and for a few days then my touchpad/pointer has been gel 4-5 seconds after I touch any key on the keyboard. for example. If I hit enter then I can't move the pointer for a few seconds... I can always use the left and right click while the pointer does not move.
Everything worked perfectly until I upgraded to windows 10 and everything else outside the mouse freezing seems to work properly after the upgrade.
Any help fixing this issue would be greatly appreciated, thanks!
Welcome to the Forums of HP Support!
I understand that you are having a problem with your TouchPad and wanted to help you!
For starters, can you provide me with the product number of the laptop? Here is a link, you can use that will help you find your model and product number: How can I find my model number or product number?
In the meantime, please see the post by Member of the DanG82community. In this post, you will find details of disputes with keys touch after installing Windows 10: Re: How do I solve the Post-Windows 10 questions about HP laptops Upgrade
Please let me know if this information helps you solve the problem by marking this message as 'accept as Solution' , this will help others easily find the information they seek. In addition, by clicking on the Thumbs up below is a great way to say thank you!
I have several HP Pavilion g6 mobile phones that receive the upgrade to Windows 10 guest. The first laptop that I have upgraded to Windows 10 as a test worked very well during the period of 30 days a computer OS can be returned to Windows 7 SP1. Once Microsoft updated the Win 10 install 30 days post and removed the possibility of returning to Windows 7, I started having problems where left mouse clicking on the icon start in the toolbar has no effect.
I went to the HP site and discovered that HP had not tested the computer to win 10, as the only BIOS supported Windows 7 and HP does not have an interest in the update BIOS to win 10. If the problems continue, and HP does not update the BIOS or other drivers who have problems of compatibility of Windows 10, I have a year old perfectly good computer before it should be removed from junk food.
You have all the patches recommended for ease of use of the g6 with Windows 10 Pavilion? It was working perfectly before the upgrade of the Microsoft OS last 30 days.
Without more than a number of model, if specific help can be offered. There are a lot of portable G6, but I don't expect HP to issue a new BIOS for a model that is fairly old windows 10 test was not done.
That being said, there is no reason for "I have a year old perfectly good computer before it should be removed from junk food." I have not heard of this particular problem before. BTW: It will work well as before returning to the operating system Windows 7 using the set of disks of recovery or the recovery Partition with the F11 option at startup.
I bought this HP Pavilion all in one touch screen 4 days ago. shortly after, and after the upgrade to win 10 I noticed the speakers where does not. After having checked all the settings, etc I returned the PC World computer that checked this and eventually replaced the machine. When I set up the new computer the first thing I checked was the speakers during the download of the upgrade to win 10, everything worked at this stage. I then continued with the victory 10 update and after that the speakers stopped working. Im guessing it is a software problem, the update of victory 10 as its happened on 2 new machines now. Can someone help here.
Hi there @dplongmire
Welcome to the Forums of HP Support! It's a good place to find the help you need, so many other users, the HP experts and other members of the support staff. I understand that you have problems with sound after upgrade to Windows 10. I'm happy to help you with this.
Have you tried to use headphones or ear plugs into the audio input socket and if so was there sound of those?
As a start try to work through this page, read it with attention because there is probably a section as you go.
Let me know if it works for you or not.
So, yesterday windows had installed updates for my machine, but now when I turn it on, it crashes with this error
PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA 0 x 00000050 (win32k.sys)
I didn't install anything last time, it was only windows update itself
Thanks for the reply
Apparently my first answer could not be validated, so I'll try again:
Its a known issue, see this post for a way to repair:
Customers who are unable to restart their computer after installation of this update can be found steps of resolution published in the section known issue from Microsoft Knowledge Base Article 2982791.
J W Stuart: http://www.pagestart.com
I recently used the reformat windows 8 setting, "all remove and reinstall windows.
I have had no problems or issues with the process until I've decided to use windows update to install the necessary updates.
Update Windows prompted me to upgrade to the latest version. I then downloaded and installed the update and it told me that windows update will automatically close and open again. After the update I went and go to check updates. I filled the boxes updates, I want to install the first. I have install updated partially because I don't have the best internet speed to download all updates at once. But after installing the updates I get only error 8024401c. I tried to use the Troubleshoot utility and restart the computer when you are finished, but I still get the error. I tried all of the solutions in this link http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_8-windows_update/windows-update-error-code-8024401c/f8b9dc5f-a512-4e74-b41c-d357ca40f9f7. But still nothing.
I also tried to reset (delete everything and reinstall windows) several times and the recovery of a option restore point until I started the update from windows update. But still no luck.
Thanks for posting your query on the Microsoft Community.
I appreciate your troubleshooting steps.
As you said you get a 8024401C error after installing Windows updates.
I need some information.
- What is the brand and model of your computer?
- Do you remember the numbers KB installed updates?
- What happened when you performed the reset and restore? Do you have an error code or message?
I suggest you to please provide us with the number of the last update that you have installed on your computer.
See the link given below to find the number of the update through view update history. Please refer to the appropriate section (how can I find out what updates have been installed).
Try the methods.
As you have already tried to reinstall your Windows, I still once suggest to run the system update tool as system update scan tool corrects errors of Windows Update in Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows Server 2008.
See the link below for the procedure:
You can read the following article and try to reset the Windows Update components and check.
How to reset the Windows Update components?
Warning: This section, method, or task contains steps that tells you how to change the registry. However, serious problems can occur if you modify the registry incorrectly. Therefore, make sure that you proceed with caution. For added protection, back up the registry before you edit it. Then you can restore the registry if a problem occurs. For more information about how to back up and restore the registry, click on the number below to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
322756 (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/322756/ )
How to back up and restore the registry in Windows
I hope this helps. Please let us know the results. We will be happy to help you further.
My computer has no problems with Windows 8.0. After the Windows 8.1 update, the system will BSOD crash leave once all the hours to once every few minutes. I didn't notice all patterns on the block;. It is not obviously related to the execution of any piece of software. Often, the error message is different from the previous. Some I've seen include:
- Structure criticizes Corruption
- Kernel security check failed
- Memory management
- IPF in nonpaged area
- Unhandled Thread Exception system
- Attempt to write to Readonly memory
The research I've done has led to assume that it is a driver issue, but I am not sure. Today, the computer has to reset several times without warning and without displaying any error messages at all. How can I get to the bottom of what's going on and solve the problem? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
Thanks for the information.
Your RAM is faulty and must be replaced.
The computer hangs after that 'Windows stops' appears on the display. The same phenomenon occurs in hibernation mode. I have to turn off the computer by holding down the power button.
I updated my bios, installed all the updates of windows that are available and made a number of other things. It starts just out of the blue. Any ideas?
It happens after installing the OS from the Toshiba Recovery CD?
You have installed any additional program?
I noticed a similar freeze on my laptop. For the most part, it happened because the background process has not closed, and so the laptop could not force the closure downwards. In my case it was an adobe acrobat reader software that could not close.
I think you should you HDD defragment and use the freeware CCleaner application.
This program cleans the program errors and corrects registry entries.
Try it! Maybe it s not a serious problem!
After the Windows 10 update, the screen will not rotate automatically. Sensor apps tests show that they are working correctly. I have the rotation toggle lock in the notification Panel (I read that some people affected by similar problems don't have it). Any solution for now or should I just wait for updates?
To solve the problem, I had to replace the pilot ODS sensor V2 with the Simple device orientation sensor driver. Now rotation works.
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