windows – several minute delay when deleting any exe file

you can test my solution before changing any settings, just start the command prompt and enter:
“net start AeLookupSvc”
“net start PcaSvc”

now try to delete some “.exe” file… (or a copy of some .exe) – if windows explorer deletes the files immediately (press F5 to refresh and check), then it works!

open “services.msc” and set the startup type of the “AeLookupSvc” (“Application Experience” or “Anwendungserfahrung”) and the “PcaSvc” (“Programm Compatibility Assistant” or “Programmkompatibilitäts-Assistent-Dienst”) to “automatic”

 

Resetting ADMIN password on Konica Minoltas

Go to Menu, click Counter, and choose Display Keypad
Press: Stop, 0 , 0 , stop , 0 , 1
If it asks for a password, it’s either 92729272 or 9272927292729272

You’ll be in Service Mode at this point.

Now, press Stop , 2 , 2 , 2 , 0 , 0 at which point, you’ll be placed into Enhanced Security Mode.

Once here, you can click ‘Administrator Password’, and set it back to 12345678

 

preluat de pe https://allcopyproducts.freshdesk.com/support/solutions/articles/6000158990-resetting-admin-password-on-konica-minoltas

Printer icon not showing in Devices and Printers in Windows 10

1] Having done this, type regedit in Start Search and hit Enter to open the Registry Editor.

Now navigate to the following key:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Desktop\NameSpace
Right click on NameSpace > New Key.

Name the key as:

{2227a280-3aea-1069-a2de-08002b30309d}
This is the CLSID for the Printers folder.

Now in the right pane, edit the value of ‘Default’ to ‘Printers’.

Exit Regedit and restart your computer and see if it has helped.

2] Run the Printer Troubleshooter.

Type the following in Start Search and hit Enter to open the Printer Troubleshooter :

msdt.exe /id PrinterDiagnostic
3] Uninstall and reinstall the Printer using the Devices Manager.

4] Update Printer Drivers.

5] Run services.msc to open the Windows Services Manager and ensure that the following device-related Services have the following Statup types:

Device Management Enrollment Service – Manual
Device Association Service – Manual (Trigger Start)
Device Install Service – Manual (Trigger Start)
Device Setup Manager – Manual (Trigger Start)
DevQuery Background Discovery Broker – Manual (Trigger Start).
This is the default Windows setting.

preluat de pe https://www.thewindowsclub.com/printer-icon-not-showing-devices-printers-windows-10

Windows 10 control panel printer not showing

In File Explorer right click on “This PC”
Click on “Manage”
The “Computer Management” window will open
Click on “Services and Applications” and then click on “Services”
When the list of services opens scroll down to “Device Association Service” and check its Startup Type. It should be Automatic (Trigger Start). If not right click on it and open Properties. Change the Startup Type to Automatic.
Then scroll down to “Device Install Service” and check its Startup Type. It should be Manual (Trigger Start). If not right click on it and open Properties. Change the Startup Type to Manual.
Then scroll down to “Device Management Enrollment Service” and check its Startup Type. It should be Manual. If not right click on it and open Properties. Change the Startup Type to Manual.
Then scroll down to “Device Setup Manager” and check its Startup Type. It should be Manual (Trigger Start). If not right click on it and open Properties. Change the Startup Type to Manual.
Once the four services are set as in steps 5, 6, 7 & 8, reboot the computer.
After rebooting check the “Devices & Printers” section in the settings. The missing printer should now show as it should.

preluat de pe https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10-hardware/windows-10-control-panel-printer-not-showing/199e35bc-6ee1-4245-9f5e-7039feaf4d54

 

windows kernel modification repair (recovery boot loop)

DEL %windir%\system32\drivers\oem-drv64.sys
DEL %windir%\system32\xNtKrnl.exe
DEL %windir%\system32\xOsLoad.exe

attrib -r -h -s \boot\bcd

ren \boot\bcd bcd.old

 

DEL «%windir%\System32\ru-RU\xOsLoad.exe.mui»
DEL «%windir%\System32\en-US\xOsLoad.exe.mui»
%windir%\System32\BCDEDIT.exe /set {current} path \Windows\system32\winload.exe
%windir%\System32\BCDEDIT.exe /deletevalue {current} kernel
%windir%\System32\BCDEDIT.exe /deletevalue {current} nointegritychecks
%windir%\System32\BCDEDIT.exe /deletevalue {current} custom:26000027
REG DELETE HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\oem-drv64 /va /f