Windows 10: c /windows/system32/windowspowershell/v1.0/powershell.exe windows 10

Discus and support c /windows/system32/windowspowershell/v1.0/powershell.exe windows 10 in Windows 10 BSOD Crashes and Debugging to solve the problem; c /windows/system32/windowspowershell/v1.0/powershell.exe windows 10 This keeps popping up everytime I turn on my brand new pc.If i press close, it... Discussion in 'Windows 10 BSOD Crashes and Debugging' started by Krugher90, Jun 20, 2021.

  1. Krugher90 Win User

    c /windows/system32/windowspowershell/v1.0/powershell.exe windows 10

    c /windows/system32/windowspowershell/v1.0/powershell.exe windows 10 This keeps popping up everytime I turn on my brand new pc.If i press close, it appears again, foreverIf i “copy to clipboard” , nothing happensIf i “see how” that “switch out of S mode appears” at the back.How do I get rid of this for free ?Thank you to everyone who will helpKrugher

    Krugher90, Jun 20, 2021
  2. MikeH4354 Win User

    C:\Windows\System32\WindowsPowerShell\V1\. is this safe?

    C:\Windows\System32\WindowsPowerShell\V1\. is this safe?
    MikeH4354, Jun 20, 2021
  3. [Windows 10] hide/prohibit install of specific Windows Update

    Edit: Try "Show or hide updates" troubleshooter package first and let us know if it works for you.

    Adapted from Preventing a certain Windows Update from installing on Windows 10 by Igal Tabachnik.
    • Uninstall the problematical driver/update.
    • Restart the computer, if necessary, and/or switch to an administrator account.
    • Download Windows Update PowerShell Module and extract it to: %WINDIR%\System32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\Modules After doing so, you will have a %WINDIR%\System32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\Modules\PSWindowsUpdate folder with a bunch of files.
    • Start -> All Apps -> expand Windows PowerShell -> right-click on Windows PowerShell and select Run as Administrator. This is very important or you'll get errors in Windows PowerShell.
    • Now you should see the PowerShell window and you'll have to enter a series of commands. First order of business is loading up PSWindowsUpdate. Note: You have to do this every time you restart PowerShell and want to use PSWindowsUpdate commands!
      CommandDescriptionSet-ExecutionPolicy Unrestricted -ForceAllows the use of unsigned PowerShell scripts.Import-Module PSWindowsUpdateLoads PSWindowsUpdateSet-ExecutionPolicy Restricted -ForceClose the potential security hole.
    • Enter Get-WUList. This command will take a little while to execute. It retrieves the list of all available updates on Windows Update. If you do not see the problematical update here, it is either no longer being offered or it is installed.
    • Now you need to decide how to filter what update you want to hide. Here's some examples:
      CommandDescriptionHide-WUUpdate -Title "*Realtek High Definition Audio"This looks for a title that ends with (note the asterisk) "Realtek High Definition Audio"Hide-WUUpdate -Title "Realtek*"This looks for a title that starts with (note the asterisk) "Realtek"
      When you enter the above command, it will loop through all results it finds and ask whether or not you want to hide it. Make sure you only say "yes" to the one you want hidden and "no" to the rest.
    • It will automatically show the updated results. Verify there is an "H" under the status of the ones you want hidden and not behind the rest. If it is correct, close out of PowerShell and return to your normal user account if necessary. Run Windows Update and the update should not show/install.
    If you want to unhide an update, add -HideStatus:$false to the Hide-WUUpdate command.
    FordGT90Concept, Jun 20, 2021
  4. tjcreek55 Win User

    c /windows/system32/windowspowershell/v1.0/powershell.exe windows 10

    PowerShell does not launch bash.exe


    am new and trying to learn.

    issue: When I enter bash.exe in a PowerShell cmd window, my PC does not launch the Ubuntu command. I think Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) is not in my $ENVc /windows/system32/windowspowershell/v1.0/powershell.exe windows 10 :path.

    I have done:

    1. Reading
      on the Internet, I can test my $ENVc /windows/system32/windowspowershell/v1.0/powershell.exe windows 10 :path by typing the following a PowerShell cmd:

    PS C:\WINDOWS\system32>
    where.exe calc


    It returned the follow:

    PS C:\WINDOWS\system32>

    (And the calculator displayed
    on my PC)

    1. Reading
      on the Internet, I can also test my $ENVc /windows/system32/windowspowershell/v1.0/powershell.exe windows 10 :path by typing the following a PowerShell cmd:

    PS C:\WINDOWS\system32>
    where.exe wsl

    It returned the follow:

    INFO: Could not find
    files for the given pattern(s).

    is the output of $ENVc /windows/system32/windowspowershell/v1.0/powershell.exe windows 10 :path

    C:\WINDOWS\system32> $ENVc /windows/system32/windowspowershell/v1.0/powershell.exe windows 10 :path

    Files (x86)\Calibre2\;C:\Program Files\PuTTY\;C:\Program Files\Microsoft VS Code\bin;C:\Users\user-lenovo595\AppData\Local\Microsoft\WindowsApps


    would you suggest as my next step to fix the issue?

    tjcreek55, Jun 20, 2021

c /windows/system32/windowspowershell/v1.0/powershell.exe windows 10

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