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Program & Site Requests / Remote Desktop IP Monitor & Blocker, feature request
« Last post by miek_g on June 09, 2018, 04:54:23 PM »
I find the Remote Desktop IP Monitor & Blocker to be a fantastic tool.

is it possible to add time stamps to the logs?

this would make it a great way to cross reference authentication errors


There are problems with the repair program and Win 10 1803 at the moment so I would advise not using it just yet - but in any event, I would also advise creating a system image onto external media before running the repair program.

As an additional check to see if your computer is completely clean, boot up into Safe Mode with Networking and download and run the ESET Free Online Scanner.

Check the top button then click on Advanced and check all boxes except for Archives and Proxy.
Good Afternoon -
 I have used Tweaking repair tools before with positive results but I am having a problem. When it comes to repair #4 registering system files, it ran for 8 hours yesterday and I closed the window. This is Windows 10 64 home edition. The computer was infected but confident it is clean now. I have run SFC /scannow and it shows no errors. Computer is running well at this point but wondering why I cant get thru #4 repair. Tried again today and closed the windows after 5 hours. Any suggestion would be greatly appreciated.
Computer Help / Re: Are those settings correct? in network adapter
« Last post by jraju on June 08, 2018, 01:03:18 AM »
Hi, Yes checked the particulars in Router status page shows
Alias Name    DSL-2730U
Firmware Version    IN_1.11
Uptime    0 7:31:7
Date/Time    Fri Jun 8 13:31:5 2018
Built Date    Dec 29 2014 13:43:56
It isn't just Win 10 Pro 1803 - I ran WR last night on my Win 10 Home 1803 and it screwed my Windows Update as well.

I was also unable to access services.msc as I got a pop up alert that admin had blocked mmc.exe for my own safety and this would have blocked anything else that required mmc.exe.

I've passed this on as requiring urgent attention.

I created a Macrium Reflect system image before I ran the program so I was able to revert those changes.

Why do you need to run WR ?
Strange...crickets...but it is not a figment of my imagination...I may have to sacrifice one of my PCs and run the latest WR tool and see if the Windows update issue is present....I hate to do it for a fourth time and experience the issue yet again...

Program & Site Requests / Re: Suggestion for the next version
« Last post by mobear410 on June 07, 2018, 09:41:33 AM »
I think that is a great idea. I would like to see an option that allows the bios to be flashed. This would be such a great addition.

Computer Help / Re: Windows 7 Ult 64 bit trapped by BSD and can not get out.
« Last post by FreeCat on June 07, 2018, 06:02:06 AM »
Howdy - Another two weeks have gone by with no updates needed and things going smoothly.
Hoping to get update from Samsung on software to get around NO BOOTRCD..
Program & Site Requests / Suggestion for the next version
« Last post by Willy2 on June 07, 2018, 05:14:51 AM »
- Windows Repair has a file that contains the default status for the Services ("auto", "manual" or "disabled"). This file is read when the program starts. I think this file should be (re-)read every time the user opens the main screen with all the repairs.
If then a user wants to change the start-up state then it will take less time and effort to change that start-up state. Currently the user has to close the program and restart the program to let the program take these changes into account.
Have you tried a power shutdown to see what it does after the reboot.

A restart followed by a power shutdown when it gets to POST three times will invoke diagnostic mode where you should be able to access the advanced boot options.

From there, you can access system protection to use your restore points or from the Command Prompt by entering rstrui.exe

Which version of Win 10 are you using ?

EDIT - By POST I mean when you see the Windows logo.
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