Try to create a new user account and check whether the problem still persists. 2. I did not want or ask for this change, also a minor point, my claock time has disappeared from the task bar and i can't find a way to get it After replacing 'LockScreen___[screen resolution]_notdimmed.jpg' with the picture of my liking all things are showing on the lock screen, as I intended to :)Hope my finding will help anyone :) Reply BlackEagle Reply Jon August 15, 2016 at 9:09 am # Unfortunately anything I've tried to disable the lockscreen basically just changes it to a new login screen that I still have to Source
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jake thanks for this page....XP 64 here, have same problem....did find the 'NoSaveSettings' but, deleted it and rebooted but not fixed it....also did what bog did... "I have a Acer Aspire
This just gets better and better doesn’t it?
This is fundamentally the same problem as How to disable monitor auto detection in Windows 7? -- it appears Windows thinks what the hardware says is more important than what the
It's obvious that the apply/oksetting in the display properties setting is not sticking.
I did reset settings of desktop internet explorer but I couldn't reset or remove settings of internet...
worked a treat.
Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (1) Collapse - display problems by OLLIESNR / October 31, 2010 8:16 PM PDT In reply to: WINDOWS DISPLAY PROBLEMS agree with kechart and GEO.
It's my computer, let use use it the way I want to.
Works like a charm!
Like I have time for this crap! Is it worth rolling the version number to ensure the download is working right?Thanks, Andy Reply Claus Riis October 12, 2016 at 11:15 pm # 1) I applied the patch and should be a free version they provide forever to anyone, and it has all of this garbage preset and near-impossible to change. Windows 10 Won't Save Settings First you may have an outdated driver for your video display card as others have already suggested.
Still, I'm not sure if it will skip that sign-in screen. I have re-checked my actions in the registry and all of the suggested changes are done as per your instructions. If you've used any periferals that change your monitor settings, you may want to check to make sure you've gone back to the default monitor setting when you were finished. http://www.winhelponline.com/blog/fix-desktop-icons-layout-not-saved-restart/ Reply George September 15, 2016 at 10:55 am # Many thanks Dobbelina!
Using the Registry Editor, rename the key Desktop to Desktop.Old2. VG ^^ Your problem is different. Windows 10 Settings Not Saving Create Live Folders in Windows 10 Start Screen [Tile Folders] Restore or Reinstall Windows Store in Windows 10 after uninstalling it with PowerShellHow to Copy Command Prompt Output Text to Clipboard Screen Resolution Keeps Changing Windows 10 The fix for me was to "turn off fast startup" in the power options control panel.
Reply DJ ResR August 26, 2016 at 6:33 am Also if your Photoshop caused a BSOD and you changed the graphics driver setting to force it run on nVidia GPU before this contact form It's as if Graphic User Interface design has been left to the programers and CEOs. Running Microsoft System Restore to an earlier restore point works sometimes and so far, has eventually the problem. Just in case anyone else is experiencing this issue. Windows 10 Not Saving Settings After Reboot
However, when booting as Mike2, many folders aren't visible. You know, the one that promotes them doing whatever they like no matter what the customer wants. I too am having the same problem, Thanks for your advice Hope it works?? have a peek here Please try again now or at a later time.
There used to be several places you could set no login, and Microsoft "fixed" all of them. Screen Resolution Changes On Its Own but here's how MS should handle this...Windows 10 Home ... As my XP disc is SP2 and my existing system was SP3 I had to roll back and install SP2 then SP3 from a download.
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Reply Pete August 14, 2016 at 12:59 pm # Here is what I have found ; " Actually Lock Screen is shown by an exe file LockApp.exe present in C:\Windows\SystemApps\Microsoft.LockApp_cw5n1h2txyewy folder jake also to add....my primary machine is quadruple boot, xp32, xp64, W7 and linux....not checked linux, but it's done the same thing on all 3 OS simultaneously......if u can believe that? thanks VG !!!" but that hasn't fixed it either....machine also seems to be lot slower on bootup, as though it's recereating EVERYTHING.......i also have 3 machines, one of which is a Windows 10 Settings Reset After Reboot Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details.
I've never had to deal with such things after installing a service pack on previous versions of Windows. I have found there are activities you do that changes your display settings. Reply Andy Alford October 12, 2016 at 5:38 pm # Hello again,The file patched is located at C:\windows\system32 - is that what you mean?It is Win10 Pro 64 bit edition, 1607, Check This Out I found this occurs most with using older applications/games.
I'm not sure this is a step up from Windows 7. i have disable my GData and but the LogonPatcher back from Quarantäne and get LogonController my adminrights to change the LogonController.dll by your LogonPatcher.Problem solve, working Patch! He is well qualified to work for them but should leave technology alone. Go ahead, play a song then resize the window to make a mini-player in the corner of your screen.
thanks! I get that this caught a lot of people by surprise and it looks like Microsoft is trying to be underhanded. I don't know how these things go unfixed for so long when they are vital for people using macs at work. I was just following instructions that I found online, and it was a long time ago now.
I'd been using Restart and later Task Manager to exit/restart Explorer until I found here the right way to do it.Anything else I can try do to fix it? I'm PAYING for the OS at that point. If you mean that you don't want to enter a password after "waking-up" there is an appropriate Windows setting for that. You need to click the non-default OK button or the settings will revert to the previour ones.
Thanks. Following your indications I found a "NoSaveSettings" only in HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer. Reply ell rob October 6, 2016 at 12:26 pm # How do you restore the backup logoncontroller.dll file? First, don't fix it if it ain't broke!
Update: I decided to just redo my Start Screen Layout and hope that next OS update will retain it. They once had beautiful stores, filled with industry-leading products, it was like stepping into the future, manned by knowledgeable experts, artists and technicians, no appointment needed, free bottles of cold water Now I'm really puzzled! Level 1 (5 points) Notebooks Nov 26, 2015 3:52 PM in response to Don H.
Unfortunately, none of the fixes worked for me. Run the REG file to apply the contents to the registry.Note: If you're unable to change the value data and getting a permissions error, you need to take ownership of the