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Mark Wilson

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  1. To disable automatic updates temporarily, use these steps: Open Settings. Click on Update & Security. Click on Windows Update. Click the Advanced options button. Windows Update Advanced Options Under the "Pause updates" sections, use the drop-down menu and select how long to disable updates. Pause automatic updates on Windows 10 Once you complete the steps, updates for Windows 10 will be completely disabled until the day you specified. When the device reaches the pause limit, you must install the latest updates available for the option to be available again. I hope this information will be useful! Mark Wilson
  2. 1. Update drivers Go to Device Manager and right-click on your Bluetooth device. Select Properties and go to the Advanced tab. Write down the number next to the Manufacturer ID. It’s time to enter your Manufacturer ID. It will identify the manufacturer of your Bluetooth accessory, and it will redirect you to the right page where you can download the latest driver. 2. Reinstall the Bluetooth device Bluetooth device Go to Search, type devicemngr, and open Device Manager. When Device Manager opens, find your Bluetooth device, right-click it, and press Uninstall. Windows will ask you to confirm that you wish to uninstall the driver. Click on Uninstall. After confirming and uninstalling your driver, restart your computer. Now you need to wait for Windows to install a new driver automatically or visit your device manufacturer’s website and check if there’s a new driver available for Windows 10. 3. Check if the Bluetooth service is running Bluetooth service Go to Search, type services.msc, and open Services. Find the Bluetooth Support Service. If this service is not enabled, right-click it, and select Start. If it’s enabled, right-click it and select Restart. Wait for the process to finish. Restart your computer. I hope this is helpful to fix your issue. Mark Wilson
  3. 1: Check Your Memory Many times, random BSOD errors can be a bad memory stick. Most computers have more than one stick of memory. Remove one and see if the problem goes away, and if not, swap the other stick and again see if the problem is solved. Your computer may run slow while doing this test, but it's simple and effective. Memory testing could take at least 30 minutes to hours, so this is the best way to diagnose memory as the problem. If you've never removed a stick before, look for two small tabs that hold a stick in place and push them gently outwards to release the RAM that is locked into place this way. Now, slide one stick out. When putting your memory back, take note that they only go in one direction. Look at the teeth before you insert the memory stick to be sure you're putting it in correctly. Typically you will find that there's a slot down the middle of the RAM and it's never centered, but off to one side. 2: Update Your Drivers Many of these errors are hardware problems and can be fixed by just updating your device drivers. We'd try Driver Booster first, reboot, and see if your problem is solved. 3: Update Your BIOS or Firmware Head to your motherboard or computer builders website and look under driver updates for a BIOS update. Typically, if there's a known issue, it will be mentioned. However, this is one of those cases where we would consider updating our BIOS. 4: Test Other Hardware Nowadays, most of our hardware is built into the motherboard making diagnosing other hardware difficult. You could try and remove other hardware that is removable (video cards, network cards) and see if the problem goes away. Hopefully, you have an old graphics card lying around because graphics cards also have memory, the primary cause of ransom Blue Screen of Death errors. I hope these methods will be helpful! Mark Wilson
  4. There could be a plethora of reasons that refrain you from accessing your account like, incorrect password or login details. However, if the problem persists after entering the correct information, you can follow the below steps to fix Snapchat login error on Android: If you’re getting a message saying, “Oh no! Your login temporarily failed, so please try again later. If your login continues to fail, please visit it is likely that you’ve got your device rooted. Although, there are three things Snapchat recommends: Make sure the Snapchat app you’re using is the one downloaded from Google Play Store and not from any other source. Check the device time and date, if they are not in order, make them. Make sure you have a valid Google account on your Android. Upon verifying, manually sync your Google account to your phone to check the proper working. If everything seems just fine, check if you have the latest version of the app or not. If it is the latest version, try to uninstall and reinstall the app. Before uninstalling, make sure you clear the cache and other data of the app from your phone. This should help the app to start fresh after reinstalling. Double check if your Google account is synced, if not, refer to below steps to sync: Tap on Settings from the homepage. Select Cloud and accounts option from the list. I hope these steps will be helpful! Mark Wilson
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