Windows 10: USO_UxBroker forcing inappropriate restarts

Discus and support USO_UxBroker forcing inappropriate restarts in Windows 10 Installation and Upgrade to solve the problem; USO_UxBroker is set to restart my computer daily, with or without updates, and during my reserved working hours when windows 10 home is not supposed to... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Installation and Upgrade' started by KevinBlume1, Sep 28, 2020.

  1. USO_UxBroker forcing inappropriate restarts

    USO_UxBroker is set to restart my computer daily, with or without updates, and during my reserved working hours when windows 10 home is not supposed to restart. I cannot disable or modify this setting. How do I correct this issue? The only error message I get when I try to do the modification or disabling is that I must have administrative privileges, which I do and started TaskScheduler therewith.

    KevinBlume1, Sep 28, 2020
  2. Mussels Win User

    forced restarts

    it has four 12V rails rated at 19A. thats approx 220W per rail. My previous 600W PSU had four 18A rails and it was listed as a 600W.

    Since the PSU has multpile rails instead of one single one, its entirely possible say, for your video card and CPU to end up on the same rail - and with an i7 and a modern video card, 220W isnt going to be enough.
    Mussels, Sep 28, 2020
  3. 'Mike P Win User
    Inappropriate 'Fun facts' on the microsoft login screen

    Inappropriate question here to the group.

    Suggest you might go make a 'suggestion' to the start menu's Feedback hub.
    'Mike P, Sep 28, 2020
  4. USO_UxBroker forcing inappropriate restarts

    little cat, Sep 28, 2020

USO_UxBroker forcing inappropriate restarts

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