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    Nuc shutting down

    Been using HS3 for a few days on a Windows 10 NUC . Noticing the the last 2 mornings the NUC appears to have shut itself down . Reboot and HS3 etc is all up .
    I’ve not altered anything that I’m aware of . Any suggestions ? . Assuming a Windows issue rather than Hs ....
    Updates are off ( delayed ) in Windows

    #2
    Maybe changing your profile picture will help...

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      #3
      Originally posted by mulu View Post
      Maybe changing your profile picture will help...
      😂😂😂

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        #4
        Originally posted by mulu View Post
        Maybe changing your profile picture will help...
        yeah that would be a good place to start.....

        but besides that, I have a Nuc, and I started having problems, yet again, after I updated win10, with the video drivers crashing.

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          #5
          Originally posted by wadesready View Post

          yeah that would be a good place to start.....

          but besides that, I have a Nuc, and I started having problems, yet again, after I updated win10, with the video drivers crashing.
          As long as my profile pic gets a laugh then it’s all good .
          My win 10 has had no updates so I can’t see why it’s suddenly decided to act up

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            #6
            Originally posted by Pocster View Post

            As long as my profile pic gets a laugh then it’s all good .
            My win 10 has had no updates so I can’t see why it’s suddenly decided to act up
            Have you had a look at the Windows event logs (Windows event viewer) for issues?
            Jon

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              #7
              Originally posted by jon00 View Post

              Have you had a look at the Windows event logs (Windows event viewer) for issues?
              No I haven’t . New to windows and Hs - will take a look ; appreciated

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                #8
                There's an app in Windows 10 called "Reliability History". It will tell you any issues that occurred in Windows like apps crashing, updates failing, and the OS crashing. This is what I used to review Windows performance.

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by mterry63 View Post
                  There's an app in Windows 10 called "Reliability History". It will tell you any issues that occurred in Windows like apps crashing, updates failing, and the OS crashing. This is what I used to review Windows performance.
                  Thank you ! I’ll check that also 👍

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by mterry63 View Post
                    There's an app in Windows 10 called "Reliability History". It will tell you any issues that occurred in Windows like apps crashing, updates failing, and the OS crashing. This is what I used to review Windows performance.
                    Been using windows for 25 years and never heard of this. Thanks!

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by mulu View Post
                      Maybe changing your profile picture will help...
                      Does this forum have any kind of member ignore feature. That picture is getting me in trouble with IT...

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by joegr View Post

                        Does this forum have any kind of member ignore feature. That picture is getting me in trouble with IT...
                        😂 I do hope you are only joking!

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                          #13
                          There. As it's such a problem...

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by mterry63 View Post
                            There's an app in Windows 10 called "Reliability History". It will tell you any issues that occurred in Windows like apps crashing, updates failing, and the OS crashing. This is what I used to review Windows performance.
                            Now that was interesting!. It would seem windows update are happening practically everyday!! Even though they are 'paused' - or at least I thought they were!!!
                            Really need them not to install without my consent.

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by Pocster View Post

                              Now that was interesting!. It would seem windows update are happening practically everyday!! Even though they are 'paused' - or at least I thought they were!!!
                              Really need them not to install without my consent.
                              Set your IP/WIFI connections to metered. For an ethernet connection, you will need to use regedit. This will prevent updates from downloading until you say it is OK to use the metered connection. Works for me.

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