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icovelev

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  1. I'm running my old printer like that and just use google cloud print to send the files to the printer, it's really simple.
  2. Do a fresh install of windows and see if something changes. This behavior is so strange.
  3. I'm using the 2004 build since last week and the only bug is that the os trims the ssd way too often like 2-3 times a day which will shorten the life of the ssd. The solution to this is to disable scheduled optimization in defragment and optimize drives.
  4. Just put win 10 usb install and select update
  5. Why not just go somewhere that has free wifi and download it?
  6. Maybe graphics driver problem? Try to reinstall them.
  7. Try to login in normal mode with the new password and go back to safe mode.
  8. Download it from here https://www.asus.com/ScreenXpert-ScreenPad-Upgrade/ Read this too https://www.asus.com/support/FAQ/1041695
  9. No there's no way, because the bios on these laptops is locked and the cpu and gpu are really weak.
  10. Look into Lenovo Ideapad 5 with the new Ryzen 4000 processors.
  11. 1. Doesn't matter 2. Doesn't matter 3. No 4. Yes 5. Yes 6. Don't force update trough windows update assistant if the update isn't showing up in windows update. This means you have something incompatible and after everything is fixed you'll get the update. Don't worry.
  12. Maybe bug in windows try to reinstall
  13. Try with another flash drive or in different USB port
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