• This site uses cookies. By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Learn more.

Search results

  1. kmint

    Fast Boot enabled on UEFI blocks access to Windows

    No, that's not the point at all, all the opposite. If I reset UEFI to default values, I can't enter Windows. I restart and go to UEFI again, always UEFI. No Windows.
  2. kmint

    Fast Boot enabled on UEFI blocks access to Windows

    I bring this up again because I am having the same problem. I can't set UEFI to default parameters after changing things for installing a clean Windows 10 from USB. Anyone knows?
  3. kmint

    Solved Can't boot, can't reinstall, can't repair (locked drive)

    I must spread some reputation around before giving it to you guys again. Thanks a lot.
  4. kmint

    Solved Can't boot, can't reinstall, can't repair (locked drive)

    I love the screen, it's really good, beautiful colors. I compared many before buying it, that's why I know it's really good. It was cheap, sure, and not in sale anymore here, but I loved it and that's why I fought so much to keep it. Like an affordable ultrabook wannabe but enough powerful for...
  5. kmint

    Solved Can't boot, can't reinstall, can't repair (locked drive)

    400€ (euros) is 420$ (US dollars) as of today's exchange rate. It's almost 1 to 1 exchange now a days.
  6. kmint

    Solved Can't boot, can't reinstall, can't repair (locked drive)

    Really? How? I have a wonderful appreciation for Amazon, but it's unfair if I have to keep this laptop and pay for the repair. It's been a nightmare from the beginning. I had to return it 3 times and the 4th that I kept is this crap, constantly failing and two times sent to repair already. The...
  7. kmint

    Solved Can't boot, can't reinstall, can't repair (locked drive)

    I guess so. I have had it for 21 months, so I still have 3 months warranty, but ASUS says it's my fault because I caused it by installing Windows 10, and I just hanged up the phone in fury and anger with Amazon because she said it is my fault too if the ASUS guy says so. So I had a terrible...
  8. kmint

    Solved Can't boot, can't reinstall, can't repair (locked drive)

    Thanks a lot. The first suggestion gave me an error. The second worked and I now can install Windows. However, at around 75% installation, it stops and the laptop switches off and when on it won't continue the installation. Something is very badly damaged. It still feels hot but not so hot as...
  9. kmint

    Solved Can't boot, can't reinstall, can't repair (locked drive)

    Depends. Sometimes it does and many people share the same problem. I've sen it a few times since I got that terrible laptop which seems to have very incompatible hardware with drivers.
  10. kmint

    Solved Can't boot, can't reinstall, can't repair (locked drive)

    I guess so, but the fact of getting hot right after the updates is suspicious. Isn't it? Many thanks.
  11. kmint

    Solved Can't boot, can't reinstall, can't repair (locked drive)

    I had W10 in another partition, it updated and my laptop got on fire at very high temperature. I went to W8.1 and it also updated and also started to overheat. I removed all updates installations and still was very hot. So I decided to format W10 and with EasyBCD to fix the boot, but it...
  12. kmint

    Someone accessed my Gmail from my own IP. What to do?

    Indeed. Plus we better get used to Chinese, Russian or Indian stuff because they go up very fast and we go down at the same speed. America is still the boss, but Europe is decadent in every possible way. Concerning software, computers, the internet, electronics, etc, Europe just doesn't even...
  13. kmint

    Someone accessed my Gmail from my own IP. What to do?

    I'll give it another try, but I tend to get on my nerves with so many passwords everywhere and all these many devices and programs and technostress. The owner of this chinese browser is chinese. I have been communicating with him in the browser forums and also by email. Indeed it sounds weird...
  14. kmint

    Someone accessed my Gmail from my own IP. What to do?

    I use WPA2- AES. The 2 steps thing I tried it long ago when Google first introduced and quit it soon. It's really annoying to do that all the time. To me, at least. Many thanks.
  15. kmint

    Someone accessed my Gmail from my own IP. What to do?

    It's the US government monitoring all of us, and that is not even speculation, that's confirmed by Microsoft, Google, Apple, etc. The Chinese browser is Chromium with extra handy features, that's why I used it. It is actually much better than chrome. Now, my hard disk made a brutal noise...
  16. kmint

    Someone accessed my Gmail from my own IP. What to do?

    Thanks edee. Look at Apple and the porn pics hacked from the celebrities. Huge. And Windows Phone doesn't have many features and apps that Android does. Plus it is Microsoft Windows. King of the world of viruses and proud to be. I just prefer to stay with Android because it has more things...
  17. kmint

    Someone accessed my Gmail from my own IP. What to do?

    OK something very relevant just happened. I have set my Gmail account "A" to also check for my Gmail account "B" (the one I only use for Android matters). And just now, in my account A I got a warning message from Gmail saying that it can't access my account B (because I had changed the...
  18. kmint

    Someone accessed my Gmail from my own IP. What to do?

    Do you think it's necesssary? If I create a new Google account for Android I lose all the apps that I bought. Which is maybe 100€.
  19. kmint

    Someone accessed my Gmail from my own IP. What to do?

    Thank you very much @edee. But I did have changed the routers user name and password from the first day I got it. And I do use long alphanumeric passwords, in fact my wifi password was 16 characters like this s85fHv0zc9fip11j, which is my typical password type as I use a technique to remember...
  20. kmint

    Someone accessed my Gmail from my own IP. What to do?

    Many thanks again. I used the MAC filter and I've got seven (7) devices at home with wifi. All of them were new, not used. 2 laptops, 1 chromebook, 1 kindle, 1 chromecast, 1 smartphone, 1 tablet. It's a long and boring process to find and type all the MAC addresses. Then I read it's almost...