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  1. Tw33tle_Dee

    For those who don't know how to turn off all the spyware in W10 you can use this;https://www.oo-software.com/en/shutup10
  2. Tw33tle_Dee

    I have my doubts that Microsoft will ever get this right. Yet again another problem. If you use the Windows built-in zip function, after zip files are extracted to a folder the files are deleted. 3rd party zip file programs are not affected
  3. Tw33tle_Dee

    Set default mic in W10; https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10-power/how-to-set-default-microphone/ae299765-769d-43cd-869c-c4d1e9103d40
  4. Tw33tle_Dee

    Depends what your UAC(user account control) settings are,it's usually in "username/AppData/Local/Activision/CoDWaW Make sure you have "show hidden files and folders" in folder options checked
  5. Tw33tle_Dee

    Microsoft says they have found the problem; https://www.guru3d.com/news-story/microsoft-resolves-issue-with-windows-10-disappearing-files.html
  6. Tw33tle_Dee

    Update has been pulled until a fix is implemented. It appears that if your documents (pictures, music, video's etc.) are not also in OneDrive, that they will be deleted and unrecoverable after the update
  7. Tw33tle_Dee

    Windows 10 October 2018 update (1809) is out if anyone wants it; https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10
  8. Tw33tle_Dee

    Watched the video, seemed pretty straight forward. What part of the procedure are you having problems with?
  9. Tw33tle_Dee

    Make sure "stereo mix" is enabled.
  10. Tw33tle_Dee

    Make sure you have a headset and mic plugged in. Are you receiving any DirectX errors?
  11. Tw33tle_Dee

    If you check "perform a clean installation" when installing Nvidia drivers, all control panel settings will be at their defaults.
  12. Tw33tle_Dee

    Check your mouse pointer settings, Windows 10 usually sets some settings to defaults after some updates. Also try switching between windowed mode and full screen mode (alt + enter) and see if it goes away.
  13. Tw33tle_Dee

    Are you sure it's a G602?
  14. Tw33tle_Dee

    Install the Logitech Gaming Software. Look in this guide and start at step 5; https://support.logitech.com/en_gb/article/44497%3Fproduct%3Da0qi00000069uqpAAA Logitech Gaming Software; https://support.logitech.com/en_gb/software/lgs
  15. Tw33tle_Dee

    That's awesome, love it when a plan comes together!