How to Resolve ‘Device Was Not Migrated Due to Partial or Ambiguous Match’ Issue on Windows PC

If you are using a Windows PC and are experiencing the ‘device was not migrated due to partial or ambiguous match’ issue, don’t worry – you’re not alone. This can be a frustrating problem to solve, but we have a few solutions that will definitely help. In this blog post, we will walk you through the steps to resolving this issue on your PC.

What does the error message “Device was not migrated due to a partial or ambiguous match” mean

This error message usually appears when users update the Windows operating system (OS) and other critical components needed to keep their computer running. If you see the message “Device not migrated due to partial or non-unique match”, it means that one or more driver migration processes were interrupted or not started when you updated your operating system or other system feature. read more

How to Repair ‘Bluetooth is Not Available on This Device’ in Windows 10

When you try to connect your Bluetooth device to Windows 10, you may see the following error message: ‘Bluetooth is not available on this device. Please try using an external adapter.’ This can be a frustrating problem, but thankfully it’s easy to fix. In this article, we will show you how to repair ‘Bluetooth is not available on this device’ in Windows 10.

What is a Bluetooth on Windows PC

A bluetooth on a Windows PC is a short-range wireless technology that allows devices to communicate with each other. It can be used to connect devices such as keyboards, mice, phones, and headphones. A number of users report ‘bluetooth is not available on this device’ and there are various reasons that can cause this problem. Whatever the causes may be, we’ll discuss them on the next section as well as how to repair them. read more

How to Troubleshoot ‘The Last USB Device Malfunctioned’ Error on Windows PC

The message “The last USB device malfunctioned” usually appears on a Windows PC when you insert a USB device. After Windows has caused such an error on your computer, you can no longer access your files. The error is accompanied by different messages in different circumstances: “The last USB device you plugged into this computer is faulty and not recognized by Windows.” If you get this error, don’t panic. You’re certainly not alone!

Several Windows users, and surprisingly, new PC owners, have detailed that they encounter this problem when trying to plug in an external USB port. The good news, however, is that you can solve this problem and get the affected USB device back up and running. Check out our guide to find the best answers to the “USB device not recognized, last USB device you plugged into this computer didn’t work” error. read more

How to Repair ‘Application has been Blocked from Accessing Graphics Hardware’ Issue on Windows 10

You are playing your favorite game in Windows and suddenly get an error message “Application is blocked from accessing the graphics hardware”. The same error can occur when running other software on your computer. What is the cause of this problem and how to fix it? This error usually occurs when you have incompatible display drivers installed on your device. However, there are several other reasons for this problem, which we will discuss in more detail. So, let’s start without further ado. read more

How to Repair ‘Stop code: Internal Power Error’ on Windows PC

Although Windows 10 is very powerful, you may encounter BSODs with different shutdown codes. Internal power error is usually an exception BSOD (Blue Screen of Death), which can prevent further operation of your device. So if you are stuck with this “blue screen of death” error message, we are ready to rescue you.

In this article, we’ve covered some solutions that will allow you to fix the internal power error on your Windows 10 PC. If you also want to fix BSOD caused by other stop codes, we recommend you read some of our articles on this site. read more

How to Troubleshoot “A device that does not exist was specified” in Windows 10

When an external device is connected to the system, you can see it in the File Explorer window. You can access the device simply by double-clicking on it. However, sometimes it turns out that the device is not available, even if it is recognized, and an error appears.

What causes the error message “A non-existent device was specified” in Windows 10?

There are several reasons for this error. Users who have encountered this problem claim that even a Windows update can cause the error. Basically, if your hard drive has been used for a very long time or it is old, then the resulting hard drive error is a common occurrence. read more

How to Troubleshoot ‘Can’t Remove Printer’ Issue in Windows PC

Since the launch of Windows 10, many users have reported problems with printers. In addition to a large number of incompatibility issues that limit certain Windows 10 features, many users report that they lose the ability to remove their printer in the traditional way.

In most cases, this problem starts with a simple Windows 10 error that reports a problem with the printer. When the user tries to uninstall the printer, Windows 10 refuses to remove it. Some users report that when uninstalling a printer through the “Devices” menu, there is a persistent “uninstalled” status that does not improve over time. read more

How to Resolve High CPU Usage by IAStorDataSvc on Windows 10 PC

For users who do not know: IAStorDataSvc is a system process that represents the Intel Storage Data service. It is not a virus, malware, or malicious application. This process is used in Intel Rapid Storage Technology and helps store all frequently used files and applications on the SSD (Solid State Drive), keeping them accessible.

This will allow you to access all of your favorite applications much faster. In other words, it will help improve the overall user experience when using your computer. In addition, the Dynamic Storage Accelerator (DSA) feature of Intel Rapid Storage technology is used to adjust the system’s power consumption policy, which can increase SSD performance by 15%. read more

How to Repair System Interrupts High CPU Usage Issue on Windows 10

No matter how powerful your processors are, there is always something consuming all your resources. Perhaps the most unpleasant problem to solve is high CPU utilization due to system interrupts. Note: this is almost always caused by hardware or device drivers.

The steps you can take to solve this problem are described below. We will cover this in more detail later.

What causes system interruptions High CPU utilization?

System interrupts are an official part of the Windows operating system that controls the interaction between your computer’s hardware and systems. It appears as a process in Task Manager and shows CPU usage for all hardware interrupts. read more

How to Troubleshoot Windows Update 0x80070012 in Windows PC

Windows updates are essential for Windows 10 systems, especially because they deliver security updates to your computer. However, sometimes users encounter the Windows Update 0x80070012 error when trying to update Windows 10. In such a situation, you should read this article to find a solution.

What causes Windows Update 0x80070012?

  1. Disability Services.
  2. Faulty software installed
  3. Hardware or driver conflicts
  4. A corrupted update has been downloaded.

How to resolve the problem with Windows Update 0x80070012?

Launch the Windows Update troubleshooter

  1. Run the Run utility by pressing Windows + R.
  2. Type ms-settings:troubleshoot in the text box and press Enter. The Windows Update troubleshooting screen opens.ms-settings troubleshoot
  3. Now go to the troubleshooting screen. Scroll down the list of suggestions and click on Windows Update.
  4. Select Run Troubleshooting.ms-settings troubleshooting
  5. Wait for the troubleshooting tool to find any possible problems with the Windows Update utility.
  6. Once the tool completes its analysis, click Apply and fix.
  7. Finally, wait for the process to complete.
  8. Then reboot your computer.

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