networking – Not connecting to Internet in windows 10 1909

Recently I have uninstalled my outdated escan antivirus after that I can’t connect to internet. Wifi is connecting and showing internet access but my laptop is not getting the internet not by any browser and not for even windows update.

I have tried troubleshooting, DNS flushing , updated the network drive,  restarting system, restarting DNS, used another dns,power off the system , using tethering but no use, wifi is connecting with other systems without any problems.​​​​

My laptop is hp pavilion 10 1909.

Windows 10.0.18363.1139 Version 1909 x86/x64 (Updated October 2020) | NulledTeam UnderGround

Windows 10.0.18363.1139 Version 1909 x86/x64 (Updated October 2020) | 17.84 GB

Original MSDN Images – Windows 10 Version 1909 Build 18363.1139.
Original images of business_edition and consumer_edition.

Differences between business edition and consumer edition:

GVLK keys for KMS are integrated in the business edition images.
In the consumer editions – the standard installation keys.

The composition of the editions in the images of the business edition:

Windows 10 Education
Windows 10 Education N
Windows 10 Enterprise
Windows 10 Enterprise N
Windows 10 Pro
Windows 10 Pro N
Windows 10 Pro Education
Windows 10 Pro Education N
Windows 10 Pro for Workstation
Windows 10 Pro N for Workstation

Composition of editions in consumer edition images:

Windows 10 Home
Windows 10 Home N
Windows 10 Home Single Language
Windows 10 Education
Windows 10 Education N
Windows 10 Pro
Windows 10 Pro N
Windows 10 Pro Education
Windows 10 Pro Education N
Windows 10 Pro for Workstations
Windows 10 Pro N for Workstations

Program version: 1909 (build 18363.1139)
Official site: Microsoft
Interface language: English
Treatment: required but not available
System requirements:

1 gigahertz (GHz) 64-bit (x64) processor or faster or SoC
2 GB of random access memory (RAM)
32 GB hard disk space
DirectX 9 graphics device or later with WDDM 1.0 driver
Screen resolution 800×600 and higher


Windows 10 update assistant stuck at 99 percent when updating 1909 to 2004

after releasing 2004 version of windows 10 i have waited a long time for it to roll out for my device but it did not yet, i checked for update with windows 10 update assistant and it showed me that i can update to 2004 but during the updating progress it got stuck at 99 percent, i waited for hours it didn’t work then i tried some cmd command that i found about windows update services, stop/start the windows update from services.msc,disconnecting the internet,disabling the windows defender and then restarting the system and retrying the update now it have been +12 hours and it stuck at 99 percent again i have limited data and i don’t want to re download all of the update again what is the solution that i may do to finish the update without having to restart?

How to recover if Windows 10 build 1903 and 1909 get into a boot loop when boot repair doesn't work?

My system is in a non-bootable state. Safe mode is either inaccessible or almost impossible. The system starts this screen:

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Microsoft recently released updates that may help make systems no longer bootable (colloquially known as "Bricking my System").

I can't confirm whether any of these updates are on my system, but I can experience the following symptoms. I hope that others who have similar problems can leave comments to determine what our cases have in common:

  1. Windows 10 versions 1709 and earlier had no startup problems on my laptop, but from build 1803 to build 1903 and 1909, Microsoft updates routinely blocked my laptop (more than ten times). The first error at boot always occurred after a Windows update screen told me I had to restart after updates.

  2. The system was blocked by updates. By bricked up I mean you get to the blue Windows logo and spinning dots and the system will never complete the startup. Unlike Windows XP or even Windows 7, there is relatively little logging or on-screen messages to indicate where and when the startup failed.

    When I'm fed up with the Windows 10 tire fire, I put a Windows 7 hard drive back in this laptop and continue working. When I wonder if MIcrosoft found and fixed what makes Windows 10 so unstable on certain hardware (especially my Lenovo Thinkpad Edge series E560 laptop), I try again. Windows 10 cannot be started again within two days and within 10 starts.


A. Is there a way to get more detailed information from a system that cannot start, why it cannot start?

B. Is there a way to put such a system into safe mode and perform a recovery that works and actually gets the system up and running again? Even if I could switch to Safe Mode, nothing has ever worked there (roll back updates, etc.) to get the system to boot normally. My experience over the life of the product is that Windows XP and Windows 7 are actually easier to fix and fail far less often than Windows 10.

C. Is there an actual startup failure repair that works because the "auto repair" process does nothing? And hasn't done anything in the 10 cases I've ever needed it.

D. Is booting MBR and GPT a factor? I've always set this laptop BIOS to legacy boot in the BIOS, and this causes Windows 10 to create an MBR partition system. In the last rebuild, which also ended in a boot loop after Windows installed an incorrect update, the system is now using the UEFI BIOS mode and thus Windows 10 uses a GPT partition system.

E. Are certain device drivers or copy protection systems (I use a lot of music software with copy protection from iLok and others) known that Windows 10 cannot start or after an important Windows update such as 1903 to 1903 hits?

How to fix a failed cumulative update on Windows 10 Pro (1909) updated by Windows 7 SP1

I see error 0x80070003 in CBS.log after the February 2020 cumulative update keeps failing to install.

The logged error is always:

2020-03-06 21:29:44, Error                 CBS    Shtd: Failed while processing non-critical driver operations queue. (HRESULT = 0x80070003 - ERROR_PATH_NOT_FOUND)

… Where ERROR_PATH_NOT_FOUND is the corresponding Win32 error code (3) that was translated into HRESULT.

The corresponding error in looks like this:

>>>  (Install Driver Updates)
>>>  Section start 2020/03/06 21:29:43.850
      cmd: C:WINDOWSwinsxsamd64_microsoft-windows-servicingstack_31bf3856ad364e35_10.0.18362.651_none_5f2896f458eff373TiWorker.exe -Embedding
     sto: Image State        = Specialized
     sto: Image Architecture = amd64
     sto: Image OS Version   = 10.0.18363
     sto: Image Product Type = WinNT
     sto: Transaction        = CbsDriversAndPrimitives
     sto: Driver Updates     = 644
!    inf: Unable to load INF: 'C:WINDOWSSystem32DriverStoreFileRepositorynetathrx.inf_amd64_220db23f5419ea8dnetathrx.inf'(00000003)
!!!  inf: Invalid INF 'C:WINDOWSSystem32DriverStoreFileRepositorynetathrx.inf_amd64_220db23f5419ea8dnetathrx.inf', parsing error on line 0. Code = 1002
!!!  sto: Failed to get version info for driver update 'C:WINDOWSSystem32DriverStoreFileRepositorynetathrx.inf_amd64_220db23f5419ea8dnetathrx.inf'. Error = 0x00000003
<<<  Section end 2020/03/06 21:29:44.069
<<<  (Exit status: FAILURE(0x00000003))

So it seems I'm looking for a file named C:WINDOWSSystem32DriverStoreFileRepositorynetathrx.inf_amd64_220db23f5419ea8dnetathrx.inf. Based on the error description, it looks as if this file is empty (I haven't checked this yet).

My question now: How do I find this file and replace it in the hope that the update installation will be successful afterwards?

Note: At the moment I have tried everything from installing the (cumulative) update manually dism /online with and without giving an assembled install.wim how /source and I've also used sfc /scannow (found and fixed one Problem, but never reported again after this point). So I don't know what non-destructive measures I can take to avoid using the Repair feature on the Windows 10 installation media. I am afraid that this will reset the registry and thus affect the installed programs.

Paper – 1909 photo printing technology

I am amazed at the prints in an album with photographs from 1909. They look like they have been cut out of larger sheets by hand – many are not straight edges and the sizes vary. Some are framed in white, while others bleed on the edge. The paper is pretty thin.

Since the prints are glued to black backing paper, I cannot find any marks on the back. I posted a picture from a typical album page. The print size of the image on the top right is 4-1 / 4 "x 2-1 / 2".

Can anyone explain how these pictures were printed? Did they come with multiple images on one sheet? What makes this extremely thin photo paper? And was that typical back then?

Search cannot be selected and entered (Windows 10, 1909)

After the last update to Windows 10 (v 1909) I can no longer enter the Windows Explorer search.
When I move the mouse over the picture and click on it and try to enter something, it just doesn't matter, still like this:

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I even tried clicking in "Address Bar" first and then clicking tab Navigating in the search field and typing anything still doesn't work (just type 1 letter when typing and disappears)

Windows 10 – drive letter missing in Win10 (x64 build 1909) storage settings, location for installing apps (from the MS Store app)

The drive is not damaged and is displayed in Windows File Explorer and the Disk Management MMC. However, the drive cannot be fully accessed.

I had reformatted it in the WinPE environment before booting, and even after reformatting / repartitioning in Windows itself (using Disk Management) and trying to do different drive letters and reboot, it will be in Settings-> System-> still not showing stock.

Therefore I cannot install or move Win10 MS Store apps here. There are no WPSystem / WindowsApps folders yet.

I have googled and there seems to be no other solution than "Reset PC" or reformatting that I don't want to do yet.

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