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Oshino Shinobu

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  • Location
    United Kingdom
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Anime, manga, video games, horror films, EDM.
  • Occupation
    Security and Software Management Engineer

System

  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 3900X
  • Motherboard
    MSI X470 Gaming Pro Max
  • RAM
    32GB (4x8GB) 3600MHz C18 Corsair Vengeance LPX
  • GPU
    Gigabyte RX 5700XT
  • Case
    Cosair 275R Airflow
  • Storage
    1TB Sabrent Rocket Q, 3x 250GB Samsung 840EVO, 24TB Network Storage
  • PSU
    SuperFlower Leadex III Gold 650W
  • Display(s)
    Pixio PX7 Prime + 2x Dell P2419H + Dell U2414H + Dell P2417H
  • Cooling
    bequiet! Dark Rock Pro 4
  • Keyboard
    Ducky Shine 3 Year of the Snake (MX Browns)
  • Mouse
    Corsair M95
  • Sound
    Schiit Modi+Magni - Sennheiser + SIVGA SV006
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro
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  1. Elevated CMD: diskpart list disk (replace "disk 1" with the correct disk for you) select disk 1 clean Then you should be able to manage it normally either through Diskpart of Disk Management GUI.
  2. The information for pools and vdisks in Storage Spaces is stored on the Discs and OS so you can move it between boards. I've personally done this before on my own server without issue.
  3. Do you have anything installed in the bottom black PCIe slot? If so, it disables the M.2 slot and PCIe 1x slots. If not, there's a setting for disabling PCIe x4 which is default auto mode, so look for that in the BIOS. *1: The PCIe 2.0 x 16 slot (PCIEX4_3) shares bandwith with PCIe 2.0 x1 and M.2 slot. The default setting is Auto Mode, which automatically optimizes the system bandwidth. If you install a PCIe 2.0 x4 device, the system will automatically detect and disable PCIe 2.0 x1 and M.2 slot.
  4. Yes, it should be fine. I don't believe it works with REFS but as it's a standard NTFS format should work. Most you might have to do is take ownership of the drive on the new PC. As always with this sort of thing though, I'd advise making a backup before moving it as things can always go wrong and better safe than sorry.
  5. Nothing to worry about, they're all trustworthy strangers. It's not like a bunch of them would get caught stealing the new Playstat.... Oh.
  6. It's typically because the M.2 slot and SATA ports share bandwidth, at least on older/lower end boards. On the new platforms with PCIe 4.0 and top end boards, you can often have multiple M.2 NVMe drives without disabling any SATA ports or affecting the bandwidth of PCIe slots. No insider knowledge, it's written in the board's specifications on ASUS's website and it will be in your manual.
  7. SATA ports 5 and 6 are disabled when using an M.2 drive on that board. Try moving your drives to different SATA ports.
  8. What motherboard and what SSD? M.2 drives often disable certain SATA ports
  9. Live show tickets used to suffer from this a lot but it's now illegal in the UK to use bots to scalp tickets. If it keeps on going with new releases of hardware, I wouldn't be surprised to see the law expanded here to cover it in a similar way.
  10. I can't see this being a security issue at all. This is from the same company that once had an idea to give their delivery drivers access to people's locked doors to leave parcels in a "safe place".
  11. Did you restart the system and try to start it? I'm going to sleep now so won't be able to reply. I've suggested everything I can, so I'd run through everything I've suggested that you haven't run yet and perform a repair or reinstall if all fails, unless someone wants to pick up troubleshooting.
  12. That link has files to reset the service via the registry, just download the one for WIndows update. Is the Medic service disabled? I just tested on mine and I can't change the startup type on mine either, but it's already set to manual. Did Windows Update allow you to set it to anything other than disabled?
  13. Which service is the access denied for? Windows Update? If so, you can try resetting the service through the registry. I'd advise exporting the registry first before making any changes. I also cannot vouch for the reg file myself, but you can read about it here if you want:https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/57567-restore-default-services-windows-10-a.html Reboot after running it. I'd try the DISM command I posted above and try installing updates manually. If still no luck with those, a repair or upgrade. If still no luck, the only thing left to suggest woul
  14. Windows Update serivce is disabled, which is a problem. Click on the drop down and select auto or manual. If it won't let you set it, click on the dependencies tab and check if any of those services are disabled. If so, set them to manual or auto. Also set Update Orchestrator Service to Automatic (Delayed Start) and Windows Update Medic Service to manual. If it still will not start, you can try using DISM to check for corruption and repair. If no luck after that, a system repair using the media creation tool may be needed, or you can try upgrading to a new
  15. Could you post screenshots of the general and logon tab on the properties of the WIndows Update service?
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