Hello everyone, I hope you are all doing well. Today we will be changing the Windows Lock Screen background. Changing the lock screen background is a very easy task and it can be done in a very short time. So let's jump right into it.
The first thing you need to do is to press the Windows start button on the bottom left and then press settings.
Once the settings screen appears, choose and click on Personalization.
Inside personalization, click on the Lock Screen tab.
On the right screen, under the picture, you will find Windows spotlight, click on it to bring a drop-down menu up.
Your choice is presented as a single picture for background or slideshow, a series of pictures that are going to be looped in a given time interval.
If you would like just a single picture for your background, choose that and click on it.
Once you are in choose picture dialog, click on the browse button and navigate to the picture on your storage which you would like to have as a background.
If however, you fancy slideshow as your lock screen background, click on the background drop-down menu and choose the slideshow. Next, click on add a folder and navigate to a folder where you have pictures that you would like to have as a slideshow for your Windows lock screen.
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reagentc /info commandNote: Since the Recovery folder is hidden as well as the WINRE folder in it and you won’t be able to access them using the Windows File Explorer, you need to use the Windows PowerShell or Command Prompt so that you can access them.
Code 21 is a Device Manager error code that appears when you try to use a hardware device attached to your computer and the Windows prohibits you from using it.
This is due to the Windows experiences problems loading the device driver. This error message is displayed in the following format:
“Windows is removing this device. (Code 21)”
Error code 21 means that Windows is in the device removal process and the device has not been completely removed. It occurs when you set a device to be removed and then select the same device to run on your system.
Upon your instructions, Windows start to remove that device and when you on the other hand try to use/access the same device that you selected for removal, it kicks up Code 21.
If you are experiencing error code 21 on your PC, it is advisable to resolve it immediately.
Though this error will not damage your system, but will significantly lower the performance of your PC which is definitely something you don’t want especially if you work on your computer daily and use it to perform important time-sensitive errands.
To repair and resolve, try the methods given below:
This is one of the best and easiest ways to resolve code 15 on your system. Wait for a few seconds, and then press the F5 key. This will update the Device Manager view and the error will most probably go away.
Sometimes error codes may pop up due to temporary glitches. To resolve such errors, a simple reboot of your PC is enough. Shut down Windows and then restart your system.
This is most likely to resolve Code 21. However, if the error still persists then this means the underlying problem for code 21 is deeper than you think. Try method 3 to resolve.
As mentioned earlier, the error code 21 may occur if you have selected a device to remove and then you try to reuse it.
To resolve, you may have to install the device again and the driver for that the reinstalled device. To reinstall the driver without any hassle, simply download DriverFIX.
It is a smart, user-friendly, and intuitive software program designed to resolve driver problems. The program is embedded with intelligent device identification technology which:
Furthermore, it enables accurate installation and ensures that your system is running at its optimal speed.
Other features that this program boasts are full backup and restoration, safe USB management, and ejection.
If nothing works, you can try the full backup and restoration feature and restore your PC to its previous state when it was functioning properly before the error occurred.
DriverFIX creates a backup of all your files and data hedging keeps you from disasters like data loss. It restores the system to the time when it was working properly.
Click here to download DriverFIX on your system and resolve error code 21 today.
“Your PC ran into a problem and needs to restart. We’re just collecting some error info, and then we’ll restart for you. (100% complete) If you’d like to know more, you can search online later for this error: DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL (wrUrlFlt.sys)”The iaStorA.sys file is a software component that’s related to the Intel Rapid Storage Technology by Intel. It is a software solution supported by Intel Smart Response Technology which allows the PC to communicate with the hardware as well as externally connected devices. The Intel Rapid Storage Technology enables the Peripheral Component Interconnect Express or PCIe storage support, serial ATA RAID or Redundant Array of Independent Disks 0, 1, 5, and 10 support, and the PUIS or power-up in standby is also supported. To resolve this kind of BSOD error, you have to update, roll back or fresh-install the problematic driver. Refer to the options laid out below for detailed instructions.
Error Code C19000101 - 2000B is a Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) error encountered by Windows users in an attempt to upgrade their operating system from Windows 7 or Windows 8/8.1 to Windows 10. The system upgrade does not successfully finish and when the installation is resurrected, it fails then reverts back to the original operating system. More and more Windows users come across this error that may have been triggered by a few reasons to be discussed in this article.
Microsoft users can experience the BSOD error C19000101-2000B due to the following reasons:
In fixing error code C19000101-2000B, you can try doing it manually. Manual repair methods can offer users solutions effectively and efficiently, having to address the root causes and issues in relation to a number of Windows error codes. If properly implemented, these manual repair methods can help Windows users resolve problems at hand immediately. However, there are cases where the help of a Windows professional is necessary. In such instances, it would be best to consult a certified Windows expert or you can also try using a powerful automated tool whenever needed.
To be able to fix error code C19000101-2000B, implement the first method used in resolving error code 0xc000021a, then you can proceed with this first method:
If you are upgrading to Windows 10 using Windows Update, you can perform a manual repair using the next method.
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