You bribe the family tech guy, every family has one or knows one who hasAnd if Windows doesn't have the driver for the network card how do you do it?
Personal news -- My laptop's original HDD/SSD drive kicked the bucket , which means I won't be answering questions for a few days until Amazon delivers me a new SSD. Fortunately most of my files are on external drives.
Probably yes, I didn't know about this tweak. Thanks.Wasn't this fixed with BypassRNO?
Installing w11 might be your first ever go at installing an os, you may have bought dell(etc) machines before and may not know all the tips tricks and ins n outs. Dont just install a new os without testing it out first, spend a few weeks getting to know it first, scour the forums for hints and tips.If you install Win11 on your own then it is assumed that you are a technician and should know about these tweaks.
Its always easy when you know how . Beginners will lurk in forums for a while, get to know who's who and who knows their onions and who dont so if you shoot something down give them a good tehnical reason why so they understand.LOL. Blocked email bypass is hilarious.
We've all been there for 1 reason or another.Imagine the case of a layman who does not know these things, installs Windows and the network card is not installed. It will get stuck in the OOBE stage.
Better stock up onMicrosoft may have confirmed build 22621 is Windows 11 22H2 (SV2) RTM release
Before OOBE traps you at the user account screen, Windows must detect a working network by following this sequence:Imagine the case of a layman who does not know these things, installs Windows and the network card is not installed. It will get stuck in the OOBE stage.
Are you saying that if there is no internet connection then it is possible to create a local account? With Windows 10 if you don't have internet you are taken straight to the screen to create a local account, I don't know what exactly changed with Windows 11.You're only trapped if NSCI reports a working route.