Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by Enthousiast, Nov 8, 2017.
With these new OS versions i would suspect drivers first .
Where did you find orange SOD ?
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Within upgrading from Windows 8.1 to W10 1709, on 4 different computers! What was happen with those computers I wrote in the other thread HERE
I got there mainly the green and that orange SOD! I didn't have that orange one on other upgrades before, it was new for me. Not sure maybe it has to do something with the Background Color from the install Windows 8.1 from which I upgraded to W10 1709!
Mine is working very well. Not a single problem here.
1. I've got GSOD, nor error message. 2. I have 5 systems in my notebook and all other then 17035 haven't ever got GSOD.
no issues for me either so far.
I'm with you, nothing here, brother.
I use the Insider Preview on my HP Pavilion20 only now because it's the computer with the lowest power: Pentium 1155 2 Core, 2 x 3GHz CPU, 6GB RAM, 500GB HDD!
Installed the 17035 on that machine, and the first bad is, the starting/loading time of the OS need double time now, in cold boot even longer!
hope language pack are available in the future!
You can simply download this build in all desired languages and sku's: https://forums.mydigitallife.net/th...view-build-17035-pc.75571/page-2#post-1387645
There is not language packs for this build ? Because I couldn't get LP for en-US.
You can get the whole shebang in all languages, by UUP download tools.
The problem is I installed he-il 17035 OS and in installation I added en-us language and I don't get text suggestions when I typing in hardware keyboard.
Can't the canonical ref esd's be used for that, @Atari800XL mentioned something like it.
It's ok now. I played with touch keyboard (Because I didn't get text suggestion even there) and I typing with Hardware keyboard and I got text suggestion from it.
Microsoft owns some shares with Intel and Intel owns some shares in Microsoft, while the two have had a close partnership in the past. Meanwhile, AMD releases a set of CPU's which for the 1st time in a long time is giving Intel a headache with its popularity, performance, and pricing. Now today, Windows magically has a "problem" with AMD. -- They say bug, I suspect otherwise.
You mean MAD ehh AMD ryzen and it's own share of problems?