I once noticed on one computer that if you disconnect drive D, Windows 10 does not start; as it turned out, during the installation of Windows, the bootloader was not installed on drive C. Therefore, I connected drive D back to the computer, started Windows and wrote the bootloader to the disk C.Continue reading “How I moved the Windows bootloader to another drive”
One day I was informed that the accounting department on one of the computers could not send invoices by email.Continue reading “1C Unknown error (SMTP error code 3)”
Once I encountered such a situation when Google Chrome was installed on the computer with a bad auto-installation script, later it was updated (due to which two Google Chromes were displayed in the list of installed programs), and even later it started to work very poorly. Clearing the cache did not help and Google Chrome was removed, but since it was not installed correctly, it was not completely removed, two Google Chromes remained in the list of installed programs, when Google Chrome was removed again, it simply disappeared from the list. When trying to install a new Google Chrome, an error was displayed:Continue reading “Solution: This computer already has a more recent version of Google Chrome”
Once in one organization, old cash registers were used that were connected via COM port emulators and after automatic Windows updates, a new version of the COM port emulator driver was installed, after which it was displayed with an exclamation mark and stopped working, so it was necessary to prohibit the driver update.
Windows Pro and Enterprise have the ability to block driver updates through the Group Policy Editor (gpedit.msc). In this article I will show you how to do this.
Let’s say we have a network with the following data:Continue reading “How to add static routes in Windows”
I will give a few explanations:Continue reading “What is the difference between Windows x32 and Windows x64”
In the Windows DNS cache, records of domain names with their IP addresses to which were accessed are stored. When a user opens a site for the first time, a DNS server is accessed; upon subsequent openings of a site, Windows already takes information from the cache. Therefore, if a new IP address has been assigned to a domain, then the system will access the old one for a while based on the data in the cache.Continue reading “How to clear the DNS cache in Windows”
Once I noticed that in the mail client The Bat! the attached images are opened by the built-in viewer in which it is impossible to see the whole image and very few functions.Continue reading “The bat! How to open attached images with an external program”
Once I noticed that when I try to execute the ping command, a message appears on the Windows command line:
“ping” is not recognized as an internal or external command operable program or batch fileContinue reading “PING does not work on Windows”
To create a bootable flash drive, open the command line as administrator and enter the commands:Continue reading “Installing Windows on a GPT Disk”