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 Troubleshoot ‘Audio Enhancements Problem’ on Windows 10

One of the most common problems in Windows 10 is the ‘sound enhancement problem’. Especially right after upgrading from a previous version of Windows. If you have encountered this problem, you are not alone. More importantly, the problem is usually pretty easy to fix.

Here are three simple solutions you can try. You don’t have to try them all. Just start at the top of the list and work your way down.

What is causing the “sound enhancement problem”?

The error message “Windows has detected that sound enhancement for the following device is causing problems” occurs, as everyone knows when the operating system detects multiple new sound output devices. This behavior occurs mainly because the previously configured sound enhancement is not compatible with the new device. This is a known bug in Windows 10 builds that lacks the Fall Creator’s Update. read more

How to Repair High CPU Usage by Xboxstat.exe on Windows 10

When a process uses a lot of system resources, it loads RAM. In general, I advise all my readers that a Windows 10 system should normally have 4 GB of RAM instead of the usual 2 GB. But even if you have enough RAM, high-end games consume a lot of resources.

You can check hard drive usage through Task Manager. In many cases, users have reported that xboxstat.exe uses a lot of system resources. Hard disk usage remains high because of this process.

What causes xboxstat.exe high CPU usage?

When the Xbox controller is connected to a Windows 10 system, the xboxstat.exe task runs every time the system starts up. Essentially, the function of this task is not important to the controller’s operation and can be stopped. read more

How to Troubleshoot System Sounds Not Playing on Windows 10 PC

While hardware issues can sometimes cause audio failures, the software is most often to blame. For example, major Windows 10 updates add many new features, but they can also bring new problems. A patch can cause conflicts with old audio drivers or with your sound card manufacturer’s software.

If the system sounds are not working on your Windows 10 computer, follow these steps one by one until the sound is restored to your system.

What causes Windows 10 system sounds to not play?

According to several reports, affected Windows 10 users are unable to use system sounds. The problem mostly occurs after installing the latest Windows update or due to corrupted system files. While most of the hardware-related issues are quite important for PC users, bugs or software bugs can also ruin the user experience. read more

Fixed: Audio did not work after upgrading to Windows 10 version 2004 Update

When Microsoft found that some devices were not ready for Windows 10 version 2004, it moved them to a compatibility level. This is usually done to preserve the user experience.

However, avoiding Microsoft’s compatibility lock isn’t always a guarantee that a device won’t have compatibility issues with the Windows 10 May 2020 update. It’s a harsh reality that some users have to accept after the operating system has caused sound problems on their computers.

Complications with sound in Windows 10 2004 date back to a pre-release version of the operating system. A few months ago, a Windows insider said on Reddit that his system lost sound after upgrading to the beta version of Windows 10 2004. Now the affected machines had to be compatible with Windows 10 version 2004, so Microsoft offered them iOS first. read more

How do I fix the Zoom microphone problem in Windows 10

Are you in an online meeting with Zoom, but find that your microphone is not working and your teammates can’t hear you at all? Are you wondering what’s wrong with the microphone or audio in the Zoom app on your computer? Find out the answer in this post, where we explain how to fix Zoom’s microphone not working on your Windows 10 computer.

Many Zoom users manage to get their microphone working with the following fixes. Audio plays an important role in long-distance calls and video conferencing. Today, with nearly half the world’s population working remotely because of the COVID-19 pandemic, if the system stops working for someone, all hell breaks loose. You don’t have to try them all, just go down the list until you find one that solves your problem. read more