So it should work when you type:
chkdsk c: /p /r
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OK Just checked chkdsk /? and /p is not an option it recognizes. The article I got it from was wrong. Sorry. Just do:
Watch to see if the disk check runs.
OK. Do you have any other drives? If so, repeat for them.
Did removing the HP help the shutdown issue?
yes removing that worked. I don't even know where that printer came from. It's not the one I use. So I didn't even update it from the Website. I don't think I have any other drives.
My guess is the failing update was causing it to switch to a previous version of the Control Set which took us back to the wrong handed mouse. Has that stopped?
Clear the alarms as before, reboot and run vew for both System and Applications. Let's see what it looks like now.
Let's see if we can fix the NTP Client error.
Right click on the clock and select Adjust Time/Date
change where it says Server: from time.windows.com to
Click on Update Now.
If it gives you a time out just click on Update Now again and it should say the clock was successfully synchronized...
The other errors are all from Microsoft.WindowsPhone which is some sort of App and is not happy.
if you Search for Uninstall Apps you will get a page which allows you to click on and remove any of your apps. I don't see it on my Win 8 app list.
The windows phone app is for my phone. I have a Windows phone and I've used this app since I had the phone. It's the one we uninstalled before and then I had to reinstall it to sync my phone, etc. I can uninstall it again, but it is an app that I'll need. I got the app from the Windows store. Any work around suggestions? Got the the time thing done. and is was successful.
No idea. If you have reinstalled then run VEW again ( for Application) and see if you have new errors after a reboot.
Okay, I think the problem is that I had two Windows Phone Apps. The one I keep uninstalling (which works just fine). And this other one. However, it won't let me uninstall it. I keep getting this error. See the attached. I've tried to uninstall it from the control panel and by right clicking on it at the home screen. Get the same error both ways. I searched the registry for it and this is all that comes up.
Got it uninstalled with the windows fix it tool. Now I am going to reinstall the one that works and clean up again and run VEW.
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