That just means the original user profile got corrupted.my old laptop always signed in with a temporary profile and i could never fix it. ms live agents told me the reason could be win updates. i dont want this to happen on my new laptop
"registry cleaners" cause more issues than they supposedly fix.I always delete old registry entrys with ccleaner and wisecare, but i also deleted entrys myself in regedit from old software.
could this be the cause? windows agents told me win updates can cause this too
Not necessarily. Doing a BIOS update carries a non-zero risk of bricking the motherboard. Tears might result.is it also important to make a bios update?
See...if you had said that at the start, we might have gone down a different road.The laptop is new- i bought it this month and i have this issue from the start
Well, you need to determine why it is doing this.Acer Swift 3- 315 - what if they send me a new one that has the same problem?
If a new Windows install will actually fix the "problem", yes.So i need to make a new installation from usb stick?