The selected task {0} no longer exists in the task scheduler under Windows 10

If you frequently use the Task Scheduler in Windows 10/8/7 to perform automated tasks, but an error message <The task selected {0} no longer exists, To view the current tasks, click Refresh >, you must perform the following steps to resolve the problem. If you click the Refresh button in the Action menu (16), the same error message appears again.

The selected task {0} no longer exists

Before you make changes to your system, you must create a system restore point or back up your registry files. After you do, go on.

1] Repair task scheduler by removing damaged tasks

This is very important as a damaged file can cause a big problem. To remove a corrupted task or other task from the task scheduler, you must use the registry editor help if you cannot use the task scheduler interface. Press Win + R, type regedit and press Enter. Then navigate to the next path

ComputerHKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindows NTCurrentVersionScheduleTaskCacheTree

Here you will find all tasks currently defined in the task scheduler. Since you don’t know which one is damaged, you should try deleting the last one in the task scheduler. You must write down the ID before you delete it. To get the ID, select the task you want to delete, double-click the string Id String on the right and copy it to Notepad.

Right-click the task name and delete it.

Then delete the same GUID (Id, which you have already copied) from the following folders : – – the following folders

 ComputerHKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindows NTCurrentVersionScheduleTaskCacheBoot
ComputerHKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindows NTCurrentVersionScheduleTaskCacheLogon
ComputerHKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMsoftWAREMicroWAREMicrosoftWindows NTCurrentVersionScheduleTaskCacheMaintenance
ComputerHKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindows NTCurrentVersionScheduleTaskCachePlain

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System image recovery failure – Incorrect parameter (0x80070057) or due to BIOS/EFI

If you try to restore a Windows system image and the operation fails, you may receive an error message – The system image restoration failed. The cause could be mentioned:

The setting is incorrect (0x80070057)

or it could be specified as

(1)Windows cannot restore a system image on a computer with a different firmware. The system image was created on a computer with BIOS and this computer uses EFI(2)0x80070057

Sometimes you may prefer earlier versions of your system image settings, but it seems to be a bridge that you burned. An incompatible file system format or a corrupted image file could be the probable reason. Don’t worry, you can still get it back. Let’s try simpler ways that often help solve this problem. read more

Fixes APC_INDEX_MISMATCH Shutdown error under Windows 10

If you receive a blue screen with error APC_INDEX_MISMATCH after upgrading an older version to Windows 10, this message contains some suggestions that can help you identify and correct the shutdown error. The error message can also be accompanied by error codes 0x000000001, 0xC6869B62, 0x97503177 or 0x02A7DA8A.

APC_INDEX_MISMATCH

This BSOD error message appears mainly if you have incompatible hardware or drivers. To be more specific, display drivers and audio drivers cause such a problem under Windows 10, note the name of the failed file. The image above shows – win32kfull.sys. This will help you identify the driver and correct other errors. read more

Windows 10 cannot detect the second monitor

In addition to the many public services, a second monitor can be very useful for work. In some situations, however, Windows cannot detect the second monitor and a message such as –Windows 10 cannot detect the second monitor or Did not detect another monitor. There could be many reasons, but we could reduce the number to a few. If it’s with the software, we could probably trace it back to the drivers.

Windows 10 cannot detect the second monitor

Before you begin, make sure that all current Windows updates are installed on your Windows 10, that your second monitor hardware is working and that you have properly configured both monitors. read more

How to allow, hide or block neighbors’ wireless networks on Windows computers

Clicking the network icon in the Windows 10 taskbar allows you to view multiple WiFi networks in neighboring regions as well as your own. If you find this display overloaded and want to hide wireless networks that are not yours, you can easily do so with the netsh command. In this post, let’s see how you can prevent your neighbor’s Wi-Fi network from appearing on your Windows 10/8/7 computer. read more

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 unawave.de, 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