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  1. I'm developing a bot that pulls emails from the client's own web server. Using Uipath for it. However, when my bot attempts to make a connection, I get an error that says, "The request failed. The underlying connection was closed: Could not establish trust relationship for the SSL/TLS secure channel." Is there a way I can make my PC think that this certificate is totally valid and has no issues? It's the client's own web mail server, so I do not believe any problems should arise from this. Can someone help me just whitelist this?
  2. Thank you all for the help. I must say that I'm sorry, but all this was being caused due to "PowerISO". It made a virtual drive on E, and apparently Ejecting it doesn't work, unmounting it doesn't work. To heck with all these retarded software vendors in this day and age where they can't do as simple as dismounting a drive when it is not being used. Learned a lot about a lot of stuff. Thanks
  3. Thanks for clearing that up. Was starting to doubt my eyes. Tried both of what you mentioned, removing the devices not present. Nothing works. And adding that value didn't really change anything in device manager. Everything's the same as before, even when I turn on "check hidden devices".
  4. There is no "Show Disabled Devices" in the View dropdown. 5 sort options, a "Show hidden devices" checkbox, and Customize for UI customization. If you meant the show hidden devices checkbox, yes, I checked it before looking. Nothing. P.S. I have 4 drives. 2 SSDs, 2 HDDs. Nothing else shows up, not even a category for cd drives.
  5. And it doesn't work. When I open explorer, CD Drive (E:) is still there. ANything else I might try?
  6. No DVD/CD-ROM drives listed there at all. But windows really needs to make a windows version with no hidden stuff. Too much stuff is hidden. Gonna try it and let you know.
  7. 6GB. Many of the older titles run fine. But I've tried Farcry 5, Assassins' Creed Odyssey and a few other games. Barely getting 50fps at 1080p medium-high settings. Also, lots of fps spikes and dips. Theoretically, should be better at 1440p, but with this ancient CPU? I wouldn't bet on it.
  8. I kid you not, I just clicked on the View button in the toolbar and CD-Drive(E:) appeared out of nowhere. I haven't seen it since I took out my cd drive and used to it hold the coals for a BBQ a few years back. But how do I remove it? P.S. Tried ejecting it, says "An error occurred while ejecting Cd Drive(E:)". Well no sht sherlock. Where can I actually get some info on these errors?
  9. I run an i5 4570 with a GTX 1060. My frames are significantly worse that what I could get with even a 6th gen CPU. I struggle to run Witcher 3 at medium-high settings at 60fps 1080p. Any of the newer titles will bother you tons, especially at 1440p. My point is, I think you should buy what's cheaper. The performance differences will be a lot more marginal than the numbers you see online.
  10. TL;DR I cannot assign my new SSD volume to E: because apparently E: is assigned to something that isn't there. I just got a new SSD and wanted to assign it the drive letter E:. For a few years now, my drive letters have been C:, D:, F:, G:. I had a CD-Drive earlier, which maybe was assigned to E:. I don't really remember. Anyways, since CDFG was bugging the heck out of me, I of course wanted to assign E: to my new SSD volume. When I created a new volume on the SSD with E: in "Disk Management"(dskmgmt.exe), the volume was created but it could not be assigned E:. Fair. I went into DiskPart. Tried assigning the new volume E:. Gives me the error, "Virtual Disk Service error: The specified drive letter is not free to be assigned." I recheck my volume list and do not find E: assigned to anything. So I go to remove it and get the error, "DiskPart has encountered an error: The device is not ready. See the System Event Log for more information." I'm just pissed off at this point. I check device manager to see if some janky virtual drive is in the way or something. Nothing. I go check the Registry, under HKEY_LOCALL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\MountedDevices I find an entry of the name "\DosDevices\E:" with some value assigned to it. Neither do I read Hexa properly, nor do I have any knowledge of this stuff. Had an idea of deleting this value to free up the drive letter, but I obviously don't want to be deleting stuff from the Registry without knowing what I'm exactly doing. I just want my drives to read C D E F G, not C D F G H or something obnoxious of this sort. HELP please!
  11. @Oshino Shinobu So is there any other way I can let my friends directly get it off my PC? I take it uploading to a hosting provider will cost me money. Just looking for something simple, like the windows share I use for my LAN, to use anywhere in the world.
  12. TL;DR Trying to setup FTP server but can't because i'm a noob I have been trying to share some files with some friends. It's kind of a hassle to upload these files to my google Drive. And the amount of data is around 100 GB, so that isn't working. I found that making folder on my Windows PC "Shared" lets me access them very conveniently. Sadly, this doesn't work for my current problem, since I'll be sharing with people that aren't on my LAN. So I've gone as far as using the open source HFS. Again, this works on my LAN, but putting in will definitely not give my friends access to my PC. So how might I go about this? I'm just looking for a direct way my friends might download stuff from my PC. Maybe there's a way they can use my IP address (which accesses my router, i guess?) and then it can redirect my router can redirect it to my PC? Any suggestions would be welcome