Windows 10: Yippee, Microsoft Has Lived Up To Expectations?

Discus and support Yippee, Microsoft Has Lived Up To Expectations? in Windows 10 Support to solve the problem; Yes sir, Microsoft has done it again. Right out of the box and Windows 10 wouldn't install. Luckily, the internet had the answer and I downloaded the... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Support' started by Epeorusjim, Jul 30, 2015.

  1. Epeorusjim Win User

    Yippee, Microsoft Has Lived Up To Expectations?


    Yes sir, Microsoft has done it again. Right out of the box and Windows 10 wouldn't install. Luckily, the internet had the answer and I downloaded the manual force installation tool. Worked like a charm and I had Windows 10 installed in less than 2 hours. Everything worked except my monitors. Windows 10 didn't recognize them. Luckily, Nvidia teamed with Microsoft to update the drivers for my graphics card and optimize the card for Windows 10. I was smart and updated the driver prior to installing Windows 10. Unfortunately, it was corrupted. I tried to uninstall and then reinstall the new drivers that was specifically optimized for Windows 10, but Windows 10 wouldn't allow me to uninstall nor reinstall the drivers. Hard to do critical photo correction without monitors. So.....unless someone has a solution.....I've gone back and reinstalled my Windows 8.1 system which works just fine.....

    Yes sir, Microsoft has done it again and lived up to my expectations by, once again, releasing a new OS which is totally unusable and a waste of hours of my time. I will wait for a few months (like I should have done) so that Microsoft can fix things like I had to do with 7, 8, and 8.1. (I won't mention the abomination they called Vista that never worked very well)*Zip

    :)
     
    Epeorusjim, Jul 30, 2015
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  2. DPD_1949 Win User

    Missing CD/DVD drive

    More Yippee. After driving up my blood pressure for hours this very simple procedure found the missing DVD player. A pox on Microsoft for wasting my time.

    Dennis
     
    DPD_1949, Jul 30, 2015
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  3. dave bolo Win User
    windows 10 photos

    update on the above, just checked my photos again, and yippee, all sorted and running as it should.

    Thank you Microsoft
     
    dave bolo, Jul 30, 2015
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  4. rfruth Win User

    Yippee, Microsoft Has Lived Up To Expectations?

    I too had to do the manual install but now I'm on the leading edge (not the bleeding edge I hope) *sarc
     
    rfruth, Jul 30, 2015
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