Windows 10: X:\window\system32>

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  1. X:\window\system32>

    X:\window\system32>How can I solve this problem

    sallboy drammeh, Apr 24, 2024

  2. SLI with different cards

    Here is what is did
    step 1:
    X:\window\system32> 1516036961984-png.png

    step 2:
    X:\window\system32> 1516036994068-png.png

    :/ i dont get this doe ?

    okay ive done the same thing as you but i cant put the file back into the folder

    • Copy nvlddmkm.sys in C:\Windows\System32\DriverStore\nv_dispi.inf_amd64_5518e59e8d3b48f4\ to C:\Windows\System32\drivers\ and replace the existing one.
    that thing
    gamingturkey1, Apr 24, 2024
  3. command prompt is x:\windows\system32

    My computer crashed and I have tried everything I can think of you restart, but the command prompt starts with x: instead of c: I've tried the fixes suggested and listed below:

    In Command Prompt, type DISKPART, press Enter.

    When it loads type LIST DISK.

    Choose the Windows hard drive by typing SEL DISK # with # being the desired disk number from results.

    Then type LIST VOL which will provide a list of the various partitions with their assigned drive letters in Recovery mode which may be different than in Windows.

    But when I type in DISKPART is says There are no disks to show

    Any ideas?
    Paula Reeves_100, Apr 24, 2024
  4. X:\window\system32>

    Windows 10 msiexec (system32) crashing

    Hi Paul,

    Thank you for posting on Microsoft Community. I understand the inconvenience you faced. I will certainly help you with this.

    This issue may happen due to system file corruption. I suggest you to run System file checker. System File checker (SFC) scan is done to check if there are any corrupted system files that could be causing this issue. Kindly follow
    the below given steps:

    • Press Windows key + X, select
      Command prompt (Admin)
      to bring up elevated Command prompt.
    • In Command prompt type sfc/scannow and press enter.
    • Restart the computer.
    If no corrupted system files were found in the previous state, then I suggest you to try the following steps:

    • Open command prompt by pressing Windows key + X and selecting “Command prompt admin”.
    • In command prompt, type the following commands and press Enter after each command:
    DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Scanhealth

    DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth

    • Close the command prompt and restart the PC and check if it works.

    Please post back with the results, we will be glad to assist you further.

    Thank you.
    Parth P Patel, Apr 24, 2024