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General Computer Support / Re: Analyzing a dump file - Solved
« on: December 30, 2020, 05:22:22 pm »
All you do is help. If they don't want it... then what can you do. Thanks, Boggins!

General Computer Support / Re: Analyzing a dump file
« on: December 30, 2020, 05:35:27 am »
The next time you ask for help, we recommend you listen. All Boggin did was try and help you, but you want an answer you're happy with. It doesn't work that way. Otherwise, if you don't need help, don't ask. Windows 8.1 is right there with Vista. It's garbage, should be upgraded to Windows 10. There isn't a gamer left that would use Windows 8.

I'll be glad to delete your account so Boggin can continue to help people who WANT help.

Ok, Please keep the easy suggestion to yourself. Last time it just annoyed me.

I will update once I have some new information.

28 Support & Help / Windows Repair Frequently Asked Questions
« on: December 28, 2020, 06:14:30 am »
To assist everyone better, we will be compiling a list of frequently asked questions collected from these forums and email support.

We will be moving away from free email support soon because we can't keep up with the help requests from free users. Registered users deserve an immediate response. Windows Repair will remain free, as always. You can help support the program by purchasing a license at

General Computer Support / Re: DelayedDesktopSwitchTimeout
« on: August 09, 2020, 11:23:26 am »
I have

General Computer Support / Re: DelayedDesktopSwitchTimeout
« on: August 09, 2020, 09:53:30 am »
Your welcome to delete his account.

General Computer Support / Re: DelayedDesktopSwitchTimeout
« on: August 09, 2020, 05:01:45 am »
Some things to consider:
That's not how we talk to people here.
If the post was no help, then clarify why.
The moderator was genuinely trying to understand, and help.
You've been working on this for a "long time" and we're supposed to immediately catch up?
You were given two links at the top of the thread. Did they work?
You don't own this thread, we do.
Stop reporting posts and wasting my time.

Since you can't get the answer you want, then it's time to move on.

Perhaps it's you that doesn't understand Boot up and the Start-up menu in msconfig.

Does Julian's post help you ?

In your Win 7 go Start - type msconfig and press enter when it comes up.

Click on Services then check the box to Hide all Microsoft services and you should see your security programs listed that will auto load and run to check your start-up system files and programs.

Tom, please stop giving me 1st grade tips. You are not qualified for this thread.

General Computer Support / Re: How to remove this Malware?
« on: August 27, 2016, 05:14:31 am »
This thread has been closed. The help was not taken and a disrespectful comment was posted and deleted. There are plenty of tools already created to do this and more @

Otherwise I can't tell, it almost seems more like he was offering his registry tweaks to Shane for the program but it's in the wrong forum so maybe that was the confusion?

Either way, this is closed and locked.

33 - Windows Repair v3.9.0 Released at

The Repair Windows 8/10 App Store has been re-enabled for Windows 10! In the May 2016 update to Windows 10 Microsoft finally fixed the 7 month old bug where calling the powershell commands to install the apps would break a large portion of them. Now that this has been fixed I have enabled the repair for Windows 10 again. The minimum build number Windows 10 must have for the repair to work is 10586.318 or higher, anything lower and the program will skip the repair.

Updated the repair list to have the current version of windows in top of the list. While this doesn't change any repairs it is more for information on what version of Windows the program is currently on so the user can see it. In this case needing to know what current build Windows 10 is, this can be helpful.

Updated default permissions for Windows 7,8 & 10 with all updates as of May 16, 2016.

Updated Codejock Controls to v17.2.0

Large amount of code changes and updates.

Might be nothing but I have sent it in to have it looked at. Thanks :)

False positives are more common than not and in this case it is a false positive :)

Feedback & Suggestions / Re: Windows Repair now on
« on: December 07, 2015, 08:56:13 am »
Need reviews early so it has stars. It would be a big help, everything else your mentioning does not matter since promotion is promotion and that's all I am asking for here. We're off track. That particular review was not ME. :)

Feedback & Suggestions / Re: Windows Repair now on
« on: December 07, 2015, 08:28:23 am »
Yes, but if you're not on both, you're not on the two biggest download sites. We had removed it from about a year or two ago because it had a wrapper. Our EULA and pad file now specifies it can be freely distributed in unaltered form, including and third party wrappers, etc.

The static PAD file for any author's who need it is at

Feedback & Suggestions / Windows Repair now on
« on: December 07, 2015, 06:42:35 am »
If you like us please rate and review us there, it would be helpful to get attention on a website of that size.

Thank you in advance for the support.

39 Support & Help / Re: Programs Crashing
« on: November 13, 2015, 01:47:29 pm »
I will send this in to Shaen to see if he has any ideas. Might be a bug fix for next release. Hang in there and thanks for your support.

There's a lot of possibilities here and Boggin has tried most of my ideas. However there is a known issue often after an infection that grays out your predefined rules.

Are your predefined rules grayed out?

When you ran Windows Repair did you make sure you ran the Firewall Repair? If this was an issue it should have fixed it. You can also run this standalone without running all Windows Repair. Optionally uncheck all,2.html

Of course you can turn Windows Firewall off as well and achieve the same goal.

Everything Else / Re: What is your opinion?
« on: November 07, 2015, 02:06:12 am »
What would you like to know? It's a good price for such a large external drive and it's Western Digital. Most people buy hard drives based on their experiences and loyalty. Western Digital and Seagate are two of the biggest.

General Computer Support / Re: Help
« on: November 04, 2015, 04:21:26 pm »

General Computer Support / Re: Help
« on: November 04, 2015, 01:25:23 pm »
Have you scanned with a program like Malwarebytes. Also, you might try Google Chrome or Firefox as an alternative in the meantime.

Thank you for your patience and being a customer!

I hate to give this answer because people love their web browsers but I use Chrome. Even Firefox. Is that something you can do or no? And thanks for your patience and support.

Can you disable Nortons for 5 minutes? Most anti-virus programs if you right click the icon in the tray will allow you to disable it for problems exactly like this.

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