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Old 24-12-2019, 09:52 AM   #11
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I checked my Win10 Pro - not confirmed. Granted, I have 1903, but I didn't found "blocked" services with the first glance. Time service at least can be manipulated as usual.
Might be something on my end, although I'm positive I've not played around with any of services, some of them just became entirely greyed out after some update or another, long time ago, meaning any button to Start, Stop, set to Manual or Automatic dropdown, all greyed out and not clickable.
I searched Google thoroughly about that issue as well, but couldn't find any obvious solution anywhere, while actually it seemed many people had those issues as well.



Didn't have anything of such problems on my previous (burned out) laptop with Windows 8.0, and I had that one for about 3 years. Only thing I can do for now is push that issue to the Microsoft and Windows 10 end.
So dunno what's the deal with that /shrug.
I'm on 1903 as well btw., it's just that the issue started when I was still on 1803.
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Old 28-12-2019, 08:32 AM   #12
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Another thing, for some reason, looks like Windows 10 has 02 Hidden Partitions. Thus, at the time of Operating System Image Restore, you would need to restore the 03 Partitions (being 02 Hidden Partitions) correctly.
Not confirmed.


Win 10 happily live without any hidden partitions.

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Didn't have anything of such problems on my previous (burned out) laptop with Windows 8.0, and I had that one for about 3 years. Only thing I can do for now is push that issue to the Microsoft and Windows 10 end.
So dunno what's the deal with that /shrug.
I'm on 1903 as well btw., it's just that the issue started when I was still on 1803.
I can guess only some right management problem. But it's too complicated issue with Win8/10, so I have no easy solution for you. Except obvious one: try to check disk integrity with chkdsk, then base system image with Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth, and at last, the individual files with sfc. (All that done from command line with Administrator privileges). Sorry, I am not proficient enough to give you direct registry links.
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I do not know if it is pertinent information...

One good and bad thing about Windows 10 would be when restoring an Operating System Image using Acronis True Image, as it would be a more complex process than on Windows 7.

I have no experience using Acronis True Image with Windows 10. I only know what I was told by someone experienced on the topic.

However, I have experience using Acronis True Image with Windows 7 and apparently, the Operating System Image Restore process is much simpler.

Some people say it would be important that when formatting the Hard Disk to Install Windows 7, there are 02 Partitions, one of which would be Hidden Partition.

I assume this Important Hidden Partition would be needed to store essential files and data primarily for Windows 7 Ultimate or Business (and Professional), that allow you to Restore an Operating System Image.

It would be something similar with Apple, which backup by storing the Tablet / Smartphone iOS Operating System Image in the cloud (iCloud).

On Windows 7, you can “cheat” using Acronis Disk Director to eliminate this Windows 7 Hidden Partition before installing Windows 7. I have never had problems doing this since I have always used Third Party Program like Acronis True Image. *shrug*

And on branded PCs like Dell, Compaq have a Hidden Partition that also allows the User to do Original Factory Restore, Image Restore on a Date, etc.

However, it seems that this “cheat” using Acronis Disk Director to eliminate this Windows 10 Hidden Partition is not possible anymore. Because Windows 10 does not allow this “cheat”. Thus, any and all Hidden Partitions must be kept on Windows 10. *shrug*

Another thing, for some reason, looks like Windows 10 has 02 Hidden Partitions. Thus, at the time of Operating System Image Restore, you would need to restore the 03 Partitions (being 02 Hidden Partitions) correctly.

I would need to analyze, or rather identify, the 03 Partitions, and then Restore the Operating System Image. Thus, on Windows 10, the process is a bit more hard or complex than on Windows 7. *shrug*


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Please, may some German speaking mate, translate the word Drakensang?
Danke, thanks, spacibo. I think Draken= Dragon, sang=song but i am going wrong direction..
.. In fact Drakensang The Dark eye is real Masterpiece.
I am 2 minutes before fatal battle..
130 passed games already.
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Sorry, sorry, OFF.

Please, may some German speaking mate, translate the word Drakensang?
Danke, thanks, spacibo. I think Draken= Dragon, sang=song but i am going wrong direction..
.. In fact Drakensang The Dark eye is real Masterpiece.
I am 2 minutes before fatal battle..
130 passed games already.
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.. In fact Drakensang The Dark eye is real Masterpiece.
Not very commonly known fact: first Dark Eye games trilogy was made in Germany in 1992. But as Das Schwarze Auge was not very known in the all other world, it was re-branded outside of Germany as "Realms of Arkania", if you ever heard this name.
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Old 16-02-2020, 02:18 PM   #16
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Please, may some German speaking mate, translate the word Drakensang?
Drakensang is not a real German word or combination, as such, but you're correct, sang is a part-variation of Gesang, translated as song, and Draken is a specifically game-oriented variation of the word Drache - dragon. Basically, it's the name of the end-game area in the game, mountain Drakensang, and a name for that place in the German Dark Eye universe.
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