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By now, most of you have heard of the Hardware-Accelerated GPU Scheduling feature that Microsoft introduced in Windows 10. According to Microsoft, this feature will potentially improve GPU performance. Here we will discuss how Hardware-Accelerated GPU Scheduling works and how Microsoft might be using this feature to bring PC gaming closer console gaming performance and with the potential to take it a step further by fully utilizing high-speed SSDs. Hardware-Accelerated GPU Scheduling This is a new feature introduced with Windows 10 version 2004 and is supported by both Nvidia and AMD GPUs through driver updates. However, only Pascal and Turing based Nvidia GPU and AMD’s 5600 and 5700 series GPUs support this feature. To enable it, users first need to install NVIDIA Driver version 451.48 and AMD Driver version 20.5.1 Beta. Then go to Settings > System > Display > Graphics Settings. Hardware-Accelerated GPU Scheduling us turned off by default.…

Windows 10 users often face Invalid Process Attach Attempt error which is basically a BSOD (blue screen of death) error. Here we will step-by-step discuss fixes for this particular error. How To Fix Invalid Process Attach Attempt BSOD This is an error that Windows users often face. This BSOD crash has multiple reasons. It could be corrupt OS files, latest OS update messing with the system, or faulty hardware. The following are the fixes for Invalid Process Attach Attempt BSOD on Windows 10. Fix #1 In case the system has gone into a loop with the system crashing with a blue screen of death and restarting. For this to be fixed, users need to boot into Advanced Recovery Mode and uninstall the recent OS update which might be causing the OS to BSOD and restart. Restart the system and when Windows starts to load, press and hold the power button…

Windows error 0x8007112A often pops up when users are trying to move or delete certain folders. This error can occur on Windows 7, 8.1, and Win 10. Here we will discuss the fixes for this particular error. How To Fix Error 0x8007112A Windows Error 0x8007112A pops up with the following error message while users try to move or delete folders. “There is a mismatch between the tag specified in the request and the tag present in the reparse point” This error could be occurring due to multiple reasons. It could be corrupt OS files, conflict with another program, or simply Windows update messing it up. The following are the fixes for this error. Fix #1 If the Windows users are experiencing the error 0x8007112A with a shared folder or a sub-folder in OneDrive, then the issue could just simply be a lack of permissions. This can be fixed by running…

Error 0x0000007F is often reported by Windows users which causes BSOD. This particular error often triggers randomly without any apparent cause. Here we will discuss all of the fixes for Error 0x0000007F. How To Fix 0x0000007F As I mentioned earlier, this error triggers randomly and have various reasons like corrupt OS files, anti-virus blocking kernel processes, and more. The following are the fixes for the BSOD Error 0x0000007F. Fix #1 The common reason for this Error 0x0000007F followed by a blue screen of death is the lopping iaStor.sys file. The reason behind this are the IDE, ATA, or ATAPI controllers. This can be fixed by going to the device manager and uninstall all of the IDE, ATA, or ATAPI drivers and install them again. Here is how to fix Error 0x0000007F. Press “Windows + R” and type “devmgmt.msc” in the small window that appears and press enter. Device Manager will…

Windows 10 Update Error 0x80080008 pops up when the OS fails to update. Here we will discuss the methods that will help you fix the error. How To Fix Error 0x80080008 Some of Windows 10 users are experiencing the Error 0x80080008 when they try to update the OS. The error code stands for CO_E_SERVER_STOPPING – the object server terminated. In simple words, the error is caused by a Wups2.dll file not being installed properly. Here is how to fix Windows error 0x80080008. Fix #1 The first thing you need to try is restarting the Windows update service. Open Command Prompt by pressing “Windows + R”, type “CMD” and press enter. Type the following commands and hit enter after each command. net stop bits net stop wuauserv net start bits net start wuauserv After that, try to update Windows 10 and the error should be fixed. If the Error 0x80080008 still…

Windows 10 can some times give the Error 0x80070490 while updating the OS, app, or while upgrading to Win 10 from the previous windows version. Here we will discuss the fixes for this error. How To Fix Error 0x80070490 The Error 0x80070490 indicates either a corrupted file or a process in System Component Store or in Component-Based Servicing. These two services look over the WIndows update installation. There are multiple reasons why Windows Update Error 0x80070490 can pop up which include installing an update through Windows Update, updating an app from the Windows Store, corrupt Registry file, third-party anti-virus, and more. The following are the fixes for Windows 10 Error 0x80070490. Fix #1 If you have installed a third-party anti-virus solution on your Windows 10 system, then chances are that is the problem. Before you go and disable the third-party anti-virus, first make sure you have disabled Window Defender. Windows…

While installing updates on Windows 7 users can encounter the Windows Update Error 800F0A13. Here we will discuss the possible reasons and the methods to fix this error. How to Fix Windows Error 800F0A13 Many users are experiencing the Windows Error 800F0A13 and are unable to install updates on Windows 7 and some Windows 8.1 users. There are various reasons why this error can pop up which include generic WU glitch, system file corruption, third-party anti-virus, and more. Here is how to fix Windows 7 Error 800F0A13. Fix #1 If you are facing the Error 800F0A13 then the first thing you should do is run the Windows update troubleshooter. Most probably the error is being caused by a Windows Update glitch and the troubleshooter can easily fix it is that is the case. Here is how to fix error 800F0A13. Press “Windows + R”, type “control.exe /name Microsoft.Troubleshooting” and hit…

In this guide, we’ll help you step-by-step on how to repair Windows 10 as the OS files often get corrupt or damaged over time. How To Repair Windows 10 Some times after extensive use Windows starts to show random errors, some systems stop to work, or the OS starts having problems while booting up. This is an indication that either some system files are corrupt or are missing. Such issues can crop up due to Windows updates, new drivers or applications, and more. These Windows 10 issues can easily be fixed by repairing the operating system and here is how to do fix it. SFC Command Tool Repair The first method to repair Windows is by using the SFC command tool. Click on Start menu > type “Command Prompt” and select “Run as administrator”. Type “sfc /scannow” in the command prompt and press enter. Once the scan is done, you’ll…

Windows 10 isn’t a perfect operating system and sometimes can cause some issues. Sometimes the issue is not the OS itself. Here we will discuss the fixes for Windows 10 not detecting the second display issue. How To Fix Second Monitor Not Detected Using a second display or monitor is one way to increase your display area. However, some times Windows 10 just refuses to detect the second display. Here is how to fix Windows 10 not detecting the second display. Before we discuss fixes for Win 10 not detecting the second display issue, make sure to try the following as sometimes it’s not the software or settings but external issues causing the problem. Try restarting your PC. Check the cable connection. Disconnect the cable from both sides and wait a few seconds to plug back in. Use your monitor’s built-in controls to make sure the correct port is selected…

It’s not like Microsoft doesn’t give Windows users the reason to roll back the OS to a previous build. There are many reasons for Windows users to revert to the previous build. Restoring to previous Windows 10 build can resolve a lot of problems and here is how to restore Win 10 to a previous build or restore your OS from a system image. How To Restore Windows 10 PC Windows 10 is known for introducing bugs and technical issues with its updates. However, whenever Win 10 is updated, the previous build version is still stored on your PC and if the latest build is causing problems for users, then they can just revert the OS back to the previous stable build. If 30 days have been passed since the update or the user has deleted the “Windows.old” folder, then the user won’t be able to revert back to the…