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    Power Options Menu - Add or Remove Sleep or Hibernate in Windows 8

    The driver for the video card was "Microsoft basic driver" which must have been since W7. The problem might have something to do with my monitor being 4K or 3840 x 2160.
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    Power Options Menu - Add or Remove Sleep or Hibernate in Windows 8

    Pleased to report that the problem is resolved by installing the graphic card drivers. Thanks for trying to help me.
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    Power Options Menu - Add or Remove Sleep or Hibernate in Windows 8

    The repair install I tried failed. There was no message explaining why. Check disk, System File Checker found no problem. I disabled all service but for those for Windows, and disabled all startup application softwares, but still the repair install failed. The OS was originally W7. I do not...
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    Power Options Menu - Add or Remove Sleep or Hibernate in Windows 8

    Hello Brink, I always amazed with your reply in lightening speed!! What I did which I do not normally do is removing pagefile.sys and hiberfil.sys before upgrading(in-place) to W8.1. I restored the hiberfil.sys but no effect on the problem.
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    Power Options Menu - Add or Remove Sleep or Hibernate in Windows 8

    I have no "Sleep" option problem and followed the instructions but after the step 3 I got the following which is different from that shown in the instructions. What could be wrong with my W8.1?
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    Solved Photo streamed from PC is 1/4 of TV screen

    My conclusion as to the cause of my problem is as follows: 1. It has nothing to do with resolution of the source image nor the TV screen. 2. It has nothing to do with the software involved at the DLNA server: The software funcions merely to send out the image information and has no control over...
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    Solved Photo streamed from PC is 1/4 of TV screen

    If the photo of 4912p resolution is displayed in the native resolution on the 2160p screen, doesn't part of the image go out of the screen?
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    Solved Photo streamed from PC is 1/4 of TV screen

    What you are saying is contradictory to what are shown on the pictures previously posted.: Their resolution are vastly different or 1200p and 4912p, yet the displayed sizes are the same. The width is different because their aspect ratio is not the same.
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    Solved Photo streamed from PC is 1/4 of TV screen

    As I clearly stated in my thread starter post there is no such problem when streaming video. I tried various videos and they were always displayed on full screen weather they are 4K or not.
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    Solved Photo streamed from PC is 1/4 of TV screen

    Sorry for this late reply. Just back from trip to attend emergency. The problem symptom is the same when the image is streamed from a 8 years old notebook with Intel T7200 CPU and 950 graphic. which appears to indicate the hardwares at the transmitting end has nothing to do with the problem...
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    Solved Photo streamed from PC is 1/4 of TV screen

    I am using AMD R7 360 on my pc which is 4K compatible. Besides how does my present problem have anything to do with the video card? I thought video processing is done by the TV.
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    Solved Photo streamed from PC is 1/4 of TV screen

    My present endeavor is to see if I can stream photos from my PC direct to TV not from cloud, or not using any add-on hardware as Apple TV, Roku, Chromecast, etc. There is no problem at all playing videos but not displaying still image. This may be because TV is not really intended for still...
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    Solved Photo streamed from PC is 1/4 of TV screen

    This is something I wondered about: The above means the image resolution must be 3840 x 2160 for full screen display on the TV. But this does not seems to agree with what are seen on the TV. If the source image's aspect ratio is not the same as the TV, then at least one side can and should...
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    Solved Photo streamed from PC is 1/4 of TV screen

    Photo streamed from PC is not full screen on TV Size of a photo streamed from pc is 1/4 of a 4K TV screen. I am using Windows Explorer and point the TV to render the photo. The TV and the PC is wire-connected to a router. There is no such problem when streaming videos. Attached as follow are...
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    Solved Favorite is not accessible

    The Unlocker took care of the folder. I like the Unlocker. :thumb: Thanks for your help.
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    Solved Favorite is not accessible

    Solved.:D I still could not delete the Favorites folder on the old location the returned message saying not accessible. I tried to change the name and found I could. I created a new Favorites folder and restore the Favorites from the default location. The changed name of the Favorites is...
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    Solved Favorite is not accessible

    I moved it back to the default location, restored the backup in the Favorite and IE worked fine. I tried to move it back to D: \Favorites and it asked if I wanted to move all files. Proceeded with Yes, then the following message: The folder can't be moved here. Can't create folder...
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    Solved Favorite is not accessible

    As I previously stated I tried to restore the backup and was asked if the same file to be replaced and responded with Yes.But that could not be done. That must resulted in leaving bad corrupted files in the Favoritest. Isn't the same would happen in the process of moving the Favorites back to...
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    Solved Favorite is not accessible

    The Farorites was broken but not because I moved it to D:. I have been using it there for many years. I just do not know why it is broken now. I know it can be fixed by formatting the D: drive and restore the backup but wonder if there is simpler way. The D: drive is RAID1 and contains 640GB...
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    Solved Favorite is not accessible

    Hello Brink:) I understand that I can start using the Favorites folder by changing its location. How can I restore it onto D: drive?