The hiberfil.sys is created and used when hibernating in Windows. Sometimes can be needed to help shrink the space on a drive.
Launch a command prompt with administrator privileges.
You can hit Windows Key + R, type in cmd, and hit Ctrl + Shift + Enter together. It’ll ask you to verify that you want to launch it. Hit Yes. Alternatively you can search for the Command Prompt, Right click on it and Run as Administrator
Turn Hibernate off
powercfg -h off
A reboot should remove the file. If not you should be able to delete it. It is on the root of the drive, but you’ll need to enable hidden files and disable the “Hide protected operating system files” to see it.
Part of the reason some of the older sites do not work is due to insecurities in older SSL protocol’s. Some of the older versions are disabled in newer browsers thereby keeping someone from accessing the device.
Internet Explorer will let you change the security settings to allow older security protocols to work. Chrome and Firefox seem to have issues letting you do that.
Open Internet Explorer and then go to the Internet Options and find the Advanced tab. Scroll down and locate the “Use SSL3.0” option and enable it.
You may also need to modify the Zones.
You should now be able to accept the Security Certificate and log in.
This should only be done if absolutely needed and only on sites you trust. It would be a good idea to change the settings back when finished.
There appears to be an issue with HDPI displays and the Unity Game tab while testing the game in unity. Have had issues where the UI elements will resize and not work correctly. Issue seems to be with how Windows scales the screen.
Dropping the scaling to 100% and/or the resolution down to 1920×1080 seems to resolve the issue.
Error code: 0x000000f
The Boot Configuration data for your PC is missing or contains errors.
The following notes may be of some help when trying to resolve the above error. Think the primary issue had to do with cloning a GPT drive to a RAID array that was using MBR. So think everything worked after converting it to GPT
All the commands are/were run from a recovery Command Prompt
Convert MBR disk to GPT
After running the following command the EFI directory was automatically created. The command is supposed to be non destructive. Change the disk to whichever disk your trying to change to gpt.
gpt2efi /validate /disk:0
If running the above command did not work then you may give the following command a try. Change the drive names where appropriate.
bcdboot c:\windows /s s: /f UEFI /v
You may be able to get away with just using
You can check if the above worked by seeing if it created any files in the directory, if new efi partition is S:, then from a command prompt run
Commands for recreating the EFI partition (WARNING! MAY DESTROY DATA!)
select disk # Note: Select the disk where you deleted the EFI System partition.
create partition efi
format quick fs=fat32