After installing the Windows 10 Creators Update the closing and opening of some notebooks may end in black screens.
This is a graphic card driver related issue. The laptops with Nvidia GeForce graphic cards show this kind of behavior after installing Windows 10 Creator Update. Nvidia has come out with a fix. GeForce Hot Fix driver version 381.78 that addresses the following:
Fixes Windows 10 Creators Update booting to a black screen on certain notebooks
The updated display driver is also being released to the affected devices through Windows Update
The system restarts after a minute or so.
Here are a few suggestions to fix the issue.
1.Open Control Panel\System and Security\System\Advanced\Settings under Startup and Recovery. Now uncheck the tick mark against Automatically Restart under System failure. Click OK. Now restart the PC. Do you get any message?
2. Try to boot in safe mode and scan your system to make sure that there is no malware.
3.. Look at %SystemRoot%\MEMORY.DMP to get any clue related to it.
4..Try the following command under CMD:
Dism /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth
When Windows Technical Preview was launched earlier this month then many added WMC to it using the product key of WMC which was used earlier on Windows 8 Professional.After adding WMC all found the name changed to “Windows 8.1 Pro with Media Center”.
Here is the comment from Microsoft Support Engineer:
I have installed Windows 10 technical preview,but activation is not accepted.
You don’t need to activate the Technical Preview – it’s activated automatically.The product key provided by Microsoft for Windows 10 Technical Preview for Enterprise is PBHCJ-Q2NYD-2PX34-T2TD6-233PK which is required for recovery scenarios.
To fix the issue:
1.] Open Command Prompt with Administrative privileges.
2.] Type: SLUI 3
3.] Enter the product key PBHCJ-Q2NYD-2PX34-T2TD6-233PK
You are using Windows Media Center and it’s crashing from time to time.If it happens you need to look at the Media Center log files to find out why it’s happening.
How to launch Media Center log:
Press Win + R keys to launch Run menu.
In the open space copy and paste the following and press the Enter key :
This will launch the Media Center event viewer logs.
To view Error logs:
Look at the Errors with red exclamation signs against them and double click on them to view the errors.
Source:TechNet wiki Article
When I first tried to pair the device, it was found immediately, but the pairing process got stuck halfway through and didn’t move for over 15 minutes.Then I removed the device.Then tried to pair again, but now the mouse can’t be found at all.
Shut down Surface
Press and hold Volume Up and the Power button at the same time for at least 15 seconds, and then release both.
Continue holding the buttons down for at least 15 seconds (Surface logo may flash).
After releasing the buttons, wait 10 seconds.
Press and release the Power button to turn your Surface back on.