If you nodded your head as you were reading that last sentence, you are probably a good candidate for Windows XP Automatic Updates.
Whenever the word Automatic comes along people tend to balk because it smacks of taking away control. Even if you find the concept objectionable, Automatic Updates can be to your advantage while allowing you to retain the control of what gets updated.
Today in this topic, we are going to cover another more annoying problem which is also related to Windows 8 purchase and download.
Many people who tried to download Windows 8 setup files after purchasing it using , faced an irritating problem. For a few people the download failed after reaching 100% status.
Hello gang, I've been searching around the web and I've only seen similar problems so far, nothing exactly mirroring my experience, so if this ends up being tried and true, I apologize.
I pulled the drive out, I've taken out the battery as well. When I try to jumble around my SATA config, it lists my ssd. Sorry to clog up the forum again, but if anyone could lead me to a similar post or offer any sort of advice, I'd be extended in my effort to never do this dumb thing again.After updating BIOS, all the settings will be reset to the default.