Windows 10 “The remote procedure call failed” error when opening image with Photos app

Every time I try to open an image with the default Photos app in Windows 10, it shows a black window and after a few seconds I get this error:

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Then the app closes and the image doesn't show up. If I open the Photos app directly, it just closes after a few seconds more, but no error is shown.

I have checked the RPC Services and its Status is Running and its Startup Type set to Automatic.

The RPC Locator is not running and its Startup Type is set to Manual.

I've tried to do a clean install of Windows again, and it worked the first time I opened the app. Once I closed it, after just downloading a few programs (but not installing any of them), it's not working, again.

The network was initially set to public, but changing it to private did not solve the problem.

The firewall has a few Inbound Rules for RPC, but none of them is enabled:

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Source: Windows 10 “The remote procedure call failed” error when opening image with Photos app
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Nautilus, how to search only current directory (old behaviour)

Does anyone know, how can I bring the back the old nautilus behaviour?

In old version (Debian <7), when I typed, the nautilus moved to first file that started with that typed phrase.

In new version (Debian >=8, maybe current Ubuntu too), the program search in entire tree (current and child directories) which is very anoying for common files, that are presented multiple times.



Source: Nautilus, how to search only current directory (old behaviour)
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Moved OS hdd to USB enclosure, how can I make it boot?

I had a Windows 10 installation in my laptop. I got a new SSD for it so I took out the old HDD and put it in a USB enclosure.

The hard disk works fine and great, better than I thought it would on USB (yay for USB 3.0). However, it won't boot from the USB.

Is there any way I can boot my old OS too via USB?



Source: Moved OS hdd to USB enclosure, how can I make it boot?
By: http://superuser.com/users/491415
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7zip : Set archive's LastWriteTime as old as the content

On windows, with 7za.exe v9.38, how can I set the archive's LastWriteTime (or CreationTime) same as the content? For example : I have a "toto.txt" file, created and last written on 01/01/15.

7za.exe a -t7z toto.7z toto.txt

The "toto.7z"'s creation will be today.

With zip.exe from info-zip.org, the parameter is -o

-o make zipfile as old as latest entry

Thanks!



Source: 7zip : Set archive's LastWriteTime as old as the content
By: http://superuser.com/users/491405
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