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

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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

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 :

shell:appsfolder

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

How to download and reinstall Realtek HD Audio Manager on Windows 10

Realtek HD Audio Driver is the most commonly used HD audio driver for managing Windows system audio settings. Realtek High Definition Audio Manager comes with the Realtek Audio Driver, the most widely used audio driver, which offers incredible features and supports a 6-channel digital-to-analog (DAC) converter with 16.20.24-bit pulse code modulation in audio channel 5.1.

In principle, the sound driver facilitates tone control on the Windows desktop and is known to provide your system with high-quality sound via the audio card. It is equipped with your audio device to enhance the sound experience. Recently, window users have reported difficulties accessing the audio driver. Users have also lost or lost the Realtek HD Audio Manager icon on the taskbar, taskbar and notification area. The problem may have occurred either after the Windows update or due to a change in the audio card driver. read more

BitLocker Setup could not find a target system drive for preparation

If you cannot find a target BitLocker system drive Setup to prepare, you may need to manually prepare your drive for the BitLocker message while using the BitLocker drive encryption tool on Windows 10, then this article may help.

BitLocker Setup could not find a target system drive to prepare

Microsoft says there are two scenarios that can cause this error.

  1. You do not have enough free space
  2. The partition contains files that cannot be moved.

You do not have enough free space

For the installation to find this target system drive, at least 10% of the active partition must remain free after the partition size reduction.

To correct this error, you can run the disk cleaning tool, disable hibernation to delete the large hiberfil.sys file and move the files to another partition or external disk. read more

The NVIDIA Kernal fashion pilot stopped responding and recovered

If you have a Windows computer that uses an NVIDIA GPU, you may encounter errors. The really common one says The display driver stops responding . He describes it by saying:

NVIDIA Windows Kernal Mode Driver, version xxx.xx no longer responds and recovered

This says nothing about the cause of the error or a permanent fix. This is because it never repairs it permanently, because this problem is seen over and over again. Well, we connected to the event log to see the log showing the main causes of this error. The main bug that appeared was the NVIDIA kernal driver, which is corrupted. Or the driver is outdated or incompatible. read more

How to reset all file associations to the Windows default value 10

There may be a time when you want to reset all your program and file associations to the default values of Windows 10. With Windows 10, you can reset them to the default values recommended by Microsoft. Here’s how to do it.

Reset all default file associations

When you click a file, the file opens with your associated default operating system application. It can be a web link, a video file, etc. For example, Edge is the default browser in Windows 10, but you may have changed the file association to one of your options like Firefox or Chrome. You may have changed other file types in the same way. If you now want to reset all of them to their default values, proceed as follows. read more

Right click does not work or opens slowly under Windows 10

The mouse or trackpad is the main input device we use with Windows computers. Sometimes you will notice that the right mouse click does not work, that you have one slow right click. If you are facing these problems, this article will certainly help you.

If your right mouse button does not work or does not respond and slowly opens on a Windows 10/8/7 computer, here are some suggestions to help you solve the problem. This may be a hardware or software problem.

1] Material problems

There is a small possibility that this was caused by real material problems. Check your mouse or trackpad for physical damage. If you use a mouse, try connecting it to other devices and checking its operation. And if you use a trackpad, connect an external mouse to see if the right click works. If a hardware fault is detected, you can take your device to the service center and have it repaired or replaced. read more