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  1. 2 minutes ago, nukecad said:

    I'm afraid that it looks like it's repair shop time if you are not confident about fitting a new disc drive yourself.
    At least new drives a fairly cheap these days, and with luck the shop may be able to recover your files off the failed disc if you haven't backed them up elsewhere.

    ... i mean a 1 GB Harddisk costs about 50-60 Euro (new)

  2. 2 minutes ago, trium said:
    12 hours ago, nukecad said:

    This simply means turning you computer on and then off again to interrupt the boot 3 times in a row, at which point Windows recognises there is something wrong and when you turn it on the fourth time it should start it's 'Automatic Repair' procedure.
    Again it will take time to diagnose and try to repair whatever the fault may be.

    perhaps this can help? -also this works only if your hardware is without problems...

    als nukecad i mean windows repair - not dell recovery.

     

    ps: sorry, but the edit-function was gone?!

  3. @restore

     

    im 100% convincet ot that ccleaner have not made the problem. especially of restore your system with dell recovery. if your hardware is in good condition the restore works very good. my w8.1 works fine for years, since w8 came out with my pc. (2013)

    12 hours ago, nukecad said:

    This simply means turning you computer on and then off again to interrupt the boot 3 times in a row, at which point Windows recognises there is something wrong and when you turn it on the fourth time it should start it's 'Automatic Repair' procedure.
    Again it will take time to diagnose and try to repair whatever the fault may be.

    perhaps this can help? -also this works only if your hardware is without problems...

     

  4. the same class, processor heat, bios support, power supply...

    for example:

    (mobile 5th generation)

    i3-5020U - 2 cores - 2,2 GHz basespeed, 3MB Cache with 15 Watt TDP down to 10 Watt

    i5-5300U - 2 cores - 2,3 GHz basespeed, 3MB Cache with 15 Watt TDP down to 7,5 Watt

     

    (mobile 8th generation)

    i3-8130U - 2 cores - 2,2 GHz basespeed, 4MB Cache with 15 Watt TDP down to 10 Watt

    i5-8279U - 4 cores - 2,4 GHz basespeed, 6MB Cache with 28 Watt TDP

    i5-8269U - 4 cores - 2,6 GHz basespeed, 6MB Cache with 28 Watt TDP down to 20 Watt

    or i7-8550U - 4 cores - 1,8 GHz basespeed, 8MB Cache with 25 Watt TDP down to 10 Watt

     

  5. https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/articles/000005682/processors.html

     

    Intel Desktop Processor Upgade Information

    If you would like to upgrade your processor to a new generation Intel® Core™, compare Celeron® or Pentium® processors, or compare different processor families, you can watch the video Finding Information on Intel Processors or review the steps in How to Compare Intel® Processors Using Product Specifications Page (ARK).

    Contact your system or motherboard manufacturer before upgrading your desktop processor. Your manufacturer is familiar with your system specifications and the different upgrade options available, and they can tell you which processors your system or motherboard supports.

    Even if your processor and motherboard socket match, it's critical to make sure that your motherboard BIOS supports your new processor. Older motherboards frequently don't have BIOS support for newer processors. Lack of BIOS support for your processor can cause the system to not boot or display erratic behavior.

    Another upgrade consideration is that faster processors, and processors with more cores, can also affect the temperature of your system. You need to make sure your chassis and thermal solution work with your upgrade from a thermal perspective.

    One way to verify processor compatibility is to use the Intel® Desktop Compatibility Tool and search by processors or motherboards.

    For more information on your Intel® Processor or Intel® Desktop Board, select one of the links below:

    Intel® Desktop Processor Resources
    Compare Intel Desktop Processors Use comparison chart to compare desktop processors and features.
    Intel Desktop Processor support resources This document has useful links to installation videos, integration documents, and warranty information.
    Find compatible motherboards for Intel® Desktop Processors Use this tool to enter your Intel desktop processor to find compatible motherboards.
    Intel® Processor Identification Utility The utility identifies your processor and if it's working at the correct frequency.
    Intel Product Information This resource shows detailed specifications for all Intel products.
  6. On 02/08/2020 at 13:54, Dave CCleaner said:

    For paid users it will show their expiry status

     

    perhaps there can be a script to display the pear again -> for free users  -no need to show expire date but good to bring back the pear :-)

  7. ublock v1.29.0

    gorhill released this

    13 days ago

    Closed as fixed:

    Chromium

    Firefox

    Core

    Notable commits with no entry in issue tracker:

  8. ff v68.11.0 esr

    28. july 2020

    Fixed

     

    Quote

     

    Security Vulnerabilities fixed in Firefox ESR 68.11

    Announced July 28, 2020
    Impact high
    Products Firefox ESR
    Fixed in
    • Firefox ESR 68.11

    #CVE-2020-15652: Potential leak of redirect targets when loading scripts in a worker

    Reporter Mikhail Oblozhikhin
    Impact high
    Description

    By observing the stack trace for JavaScript errors in web workers, it was possible to leak the result of a cross-origin redirect. This applied only to content that can be parsed as script.

    References

    #CVE-2020-6514: WebRTC data channel leaks internal address to peer

    Reporter Natalie Silvanovich of Google Project Zero
    Impact high
    Description

    WebRTC used the memory address of a class instance as a connection identifier. Unfortunately, this value is often transmitted to the peer, which allows bypassing ASLR.

    References

    #CVE-2020-6463: Use-after-free in ANGLE gl::Texture::onUnbindAsSamplerTexture

    Reporter Reported by Pawel Wylecial of REDTEAM.PL
    Impact moderate
    Description

    Crafted media files could lead to a race in texture caches, resulting in a use-after-free, memory corruption, and a potentially exploitable crash.

    References

    #CVE-2020-15650: Overwriting local files through malicious file picker application

    Reporter Pedro Oliveira
    Impact moderate
    Description

    Given an installed malicious file picker application, an attacker was able to overwrite local files and thus overwrite Firefox settings (but not access the previous profile).
    Note: This issue only affected Firefox for Android. Other operating systems are unaffected.

    References

    #CVE-2020-15649: Exfiltrating local files through malicious file picker application

    Reporter Pedro Oliveira
    Impact moderate
    Description

    Given an installed malicious file picker application, an attacker was able to steal and upload local files of their choosing, regardless of the actually files picked.
    Note: This issue only affected Firefox for Android. Other operating systems are unaffected.

    References

    #CVE-2020-15659: Memory safety bugs fixed in Firefox 79 and Firefox ESR 68.11

    Reporter Mozilla developers
    Impact high
    Description

    Mozilla developers Jason Kratzer and Luke Wagner reported memory safety bugs present in Firefox 78 and Firefox ESR 68.10. Some of these bugs showed evidence of memory corruption and we presume that with enough effort some of these could have been exploited to run arbitrary code.

    References

     

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