How to Run CMD as Administrator with SU Supershell

Most of the time, opening the command prompt as a normal user is all you need. However, sometimes you need to open the command prompt as an administrator in order to be able to execute commands that require administrator rights.

At first glance, PowerShell looks a lot like cmd. They are both used to run external programs, such as ping or copy, and give you the ability to automate tasks by writing a batch script/file.

But PowerShell is much more than that. First, it offers a very complete set of commands (called cmdlets) that integrates deeply with Windows and most Microsoft products. Cmdlets such as Get-Process, which lists active processes. read more

Fix: Windows 10 Install Error 0xC1900101 – 0x40017

When users attempt to run the Windows 10 Creators Update (or other major update), they receive an error 0xC1900101-0x40017 during the SECOND_BOOT phase.

Here is the error message:

The installation failed in the SECOND_BOOT phase with an error during BOOT operation.

How can I fix this error and finally install the updates?

System file checker

From the Start menu, type cmd, then right-click on it and choose Run as administrator.

In the command window, type sfc /SCANNOW, press Enter and run the program. It could take 10 to 30 minutes. For me, there was a bug that said that it had found buggy files, but that they couldn’t be fixed. read more