harored

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  1. MSIServer Not Running

    Hi, After the recent Windows 10 update, I noticed that my laptop was running a bit slower than normal. I receive your GPost daily updates and noticed the following article: https://www.groovypost.com/howto/fix-slow-after-installing-windows-10-feature-update/ I followed the recommended steps to modify startup, when I did a restart, the laptop has really slowed down which leaves me to wonder if something needed to stay enabled? In the process of reviewing what services were running or stopped, I discovered one service with which I'm not sure if it should be running or stopped? Here is a snapshot of the MSIServer service in question: Thank you for your direction as to whether this service should run or if it's okay to be stopped. harored
  2. Problems controlling volume with Apple TV remote

    Hi Julia, For a start read through this article I found via a Google search. There is a "possible solution" to your problem at the bottom of the article. Using my laptop (pc) I had to change my audio output settings for the HDMI sound to work. Article: https://www.imore.com/how-hook-fourth-generation-apple-tv-optical-audio-speakers <-snip-> Use an audio extractor ($15-$300) Don't have an old Apple TV or optical out port on your television but still want to enjoy the benefits of optical out? Pick up an HDMI-to-Toslink (optical audio) extractor. This lives in-between your TV and Apple TV, routing the Apple TV's HDMI connection through a tiny box that separates the HDMI video signal and the audio signal. To make this work, you'll need a spare power port and extra HDMI cable. The simplest of these boxes starts at just $15, with more expensive models going upwards of $300. I recently picked up the $31 ViewHD HDMI audio extractor, which I like a lot—it has the option to route audio either via optical out or RCA. What you'll need: Audio extractor, extra HDMI cable, optical audio cable.