People still use Autocad in the 21st Century?
Your virus system is infected with windows. Please to be giving me your credit card details urgently
Last edited by Finray (2018-01-09 13:43:45)
Yeah, the Logitech F710 is really nice.
SuperJail Warden wrote:What is the best controller for the PC? I am guessing an X-Box or Steam one?
So I was able to block it from updating for 2 weeks using Avast firewall. I start up today and it starts asking again. This makes me think it changes the server address it uses to update every so often to prevent malware from disabling windows update? Does that mean that there is a different program talking to Microsoft's servers that tells it to modify windows update to a new address? How far does this go?
SuperJail Warden wrote:Win 10 acts like a virus. It has updated itself 3 times to the Windows Creator version and three times I had to roll it back because it creates errors. It is acting super aggressive now. Every time I start up, it start downloading the update. It leaves a copy of the the update installer on my desktop. It keeps re-enabling windows update in the services menu every time I disable it.
I am trying to block it with my firewall now. God, I hope this works.
Some of my games flat out won't run on Windows creators version. I had to buy a whole new video card a few months back because Windows installed and kept forcing drivers on my computer that wouldn't work because it updated to Windows creator once. Like windows would straight up replace the drivers seconds after I installed the correct version.
unnamednewbie13 wrote:My Windows 10 computer is scheduled to run updates during mid-AM hours. No problems, no malware/virus positives (false or otherwise). Why not let it update? It could be patching a hole.
@tazz Steam controller feels light, has a weird grip, and the buttons are loud.