Correction of DISM error 87, 112, 11, 50, 2, 3, 87, 1726, 1393, 0x800f081f

If you receive error messages such as 87, 112, 11, 50, 2, 3, 87, 1726, 1393, 0x800f081f when using the built-in Windows 10 DISM tool, these general troubleshooting suggestions may help.

If a Windows image becomes unusable, you can use the DISM (Deployment Imaging and Servicing Management) tool to update the files and resolve the problem. In case of system inconsistencies and damage, corrupted Windows update files, etc., you can run the DISM tool with the available switches. But if the attempt fails, you may need to find out why it happened. Such errors usually occur when you use parameter /restorehealth – but they can also occur with other parameters. read more

Windows 10 is enabled, but always requires activation

If your Windows 10 continues to request activation even if it is enabled by requesting the product key, there are things you need to consider to solve the problem.

If you open Windows Settings > Update & Security > Enable, a message may appear – Windows is enabled. But just below, you see a message Activate Windows, with two buttons, one of which prompts you to activate the copy of the operating system with the existing product key, and another prompts you Change the product key. If you are faced with such a problem, go through the post office and see if anything helps you. read more

The Internet works via the WiFi router, but not via an Ethernet modem OR vice versa

If your Internet works on a WiFi router but not on an Ethernet modem, or if your Internet works with Ethernet but not wireless, this patch will help you run the Internet on your Windows 10/8/7 PC in both cases.

When you connect to the Internet via a network adapter, it is synchronized with a MAC address or physical address. Whether you use a direct Ethernet connection or a Wi-Fi router, a MAC address is always available on your system. If you switch from Wi-Fi router to Direct Ethernet router or Ethernet to Wi-Fi router, the MAC address must be changed. If, for some reason, this does not happen automatically, you will be faced with this Internet connection problem. read more

Sticky Notes crashes and no longer works under Windows 10

If your Windows 10 sticky notes crash frequently or stop working, you can try resetting them, reinstalling them, running Windows application troubleshooting, or disabling the Insights feature to see if this helps you solve the problem. These suggestions will also help you if Sticky Notes does not display or open on your Windows 10 PC.

Sticky notes crash

Reset sticky notes

The first thing you want to do is reset the sticky notes and see them. To reset Windows 10 sticky notes, open Settings > Applications > Sticky Notes > Advanced Options. Press button Reset. The application is reset to its default value and all data in the application is also deleted. read more

How to disable automatic arrangement in Windows 10 folders

If you try to reorganize files and subfolders in Windows Explorer 10/8/7, you will notice that the operating system does not allow it. If you want to disable automatic folder layout with a single click and allow users to manually organize files in a folder, you are in the right place.

Disable automatic arrangement in a folder

When I look for a way to do it, I can get this message on Microsoft Answers. Here I found a link to an article on, which shows me the way.

You even created a batch file that automates the whole process.

Although the file seems to have been created for Windows 7, I tried it on my Windows 10 v1709 PC and it worked well. So I think it should work under Windows 8.1/8. read more

The pilot of this unit may be damaged or the system may have a low memory

If you are suddenly confronted with the slowness of your Windows PC and you suspect a hardware or driver problem, you must open the Device Manager. If you see a message in the Device Properties field – The driver for this device may be corrupt or your system is running out of memory or other resources. (Code 3), here are some basic things you can do to correct this error message.

This device driver may be damaged or your system may have too little memory or other resources


1] Some applications close

This particular problem occurs when you have little memory available and several applications open at the same time. In this case, close some open applications to free up resources. One thing you can check before you close an application. You can open the Task Manager and check whether your system is using high resources or not. If this is the case, start closing some applications depending on their use. You can simply select the program, right-click and click the Complete Task button . read more

How to open Windows Store Apps when you start Windows 10

This article shows you how to automatically start or open UWP or Windows Store Apps each time you start or start Windows 10. Most of us know how to run programs at startup, but few of us know how to get Windows 10 to start Windows Store applications at startup.

Open Windows Store applications at startup

The procedure is quite simple. First open the File Explorer and add the following to the address bar and press Enter to open the Applications folder :


Then open another instance of the File Explorer. Right-click the explorer icon on the taskbar and select File Explorer. In this case, open the following boot folder : read more

Unspecified error when copying a file or folder on Windows 10/8/7

If you see a dialog box with the message –File or folder copy error, Error not specified copying the WhatsApp folder from your phone to your PC, this article will show you how to fix the problem. This error message may occur when copying files or folders from the PC to the phone or SD card and vice versa.

File or folder copy error, Unspecified error

1] Convert file system

If you try to copy files from PC to SD card or phone memory and receive this error message, there is a high probability that the target disk is a FAT32 file system. FAT32 files cannot copy files/folders larger than 4 GB. Therefore, you must convert the file system to exFAT or NTFS. If you have an SD card, it is possible – but you may not be able to do so with the phone’s memory. So insert the SD card, open This PC, right click on the SD card, select Format. Then select exFAT or NTFS from the File System drop-down menu and click the Start button . read more

We cannot sign you with this permission because your domain is not available

Imagine a situation where you can normally connect to your system with cached credentials and receive the following error message:

We cannot sign you with this document because your domain is not available. Make sure your device is connected to your organization’s network and try again. If you have already connected to this device with a different identifier, you can use this identifier to connect

Ideally, when users report a domain access problem, they delete the domain computer(s) and join them. Usually, however, this does not help. Some other preliminary steps that could be tried are trying to boot the system without a network connection, deleting the local profile directory for the user, changing the GPO for event log retention, and so on. read more

The device required by this cryptographic provider is not operational

A PIN is indeed an excellent way to connect to local systems. Unlike passwords, PINs are system specific and a 4-6 digit PIN is sufficient to protect your profile. Thus, many users adopt the new registration method. While Microsoft tries to create every product accurately, nothing is perfect and neither is the PIN system. Occasionally, the user will receive the following message when restoring the PIN code:

We were unable to connect you, the device required by this cryptographic provider is not operational.

If the user receives such an error, he cannot change, add or delete the PIN code. read more