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To the rest as you can see I am being extremely sarcastic.
Yee'ee'ee'eeh. I was kind a hopin'
Co-founder of Genuine Safe Haven
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, April 12, 2017 6:03
Subject: Re: [nvda] windows 10 creators
update version, along with NVDA
Why bother with the reset.
After the update I went
through the settings setting things as they
updating if you will reset, why not just get a fresh image
and fix everything that way if you are set on a reinstall.
reformat always fixes everything and makes your system work as it
In fact its the first thing you should do to fix any issue
the problem will go away.
To the rest as you can
see I am being extremely sarcastic.
A reset is almost a reformat and
there is no need for resetting with
On 12/04/2017 9:23 p.m., Supanut Leepaisomboon
> I updated my laptop to Windows 10 Creator's
Update, and things seem to work fine. Be aware, if you attempt to update from
version 1607 via a disk image and select to only keep files, you may encounter
an issue where some settings, like some start menu settings, won't save
properly. I contacted Microsoft support and they remoted into my laptop,
created a new test account, and the issue was not present in the test
account. So today in order to fix the issue I decided to reset my computer,
rather than using the test account that the Microsoft support personnel