So I just did
sedutil-cli --setLockingRange 0 rw "..." /dev/nvme0n1 and was still greeted with a locked drive. As evidenced by:
mount: /mnt/nvme0: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/nvme0n1, missing codepage or helper program, or other error.
The solution was found in a shell script within
rear, the “Linux bare metal disaster recovery and system migration solution”.
The following commands then did the trick and the drive was mountable again:
sedutil-cli --setMBRDone on "..." /dev/nvme0n1
sedutil-cli --setMBREnable off "..." /dev/nvme0n1
Looks like the drive was still expecting some pre-boot stuff to happen. The latter command disables this.
The Diagnostic Policy Service sometimes gets stuck, not only wasting CPU time but also generating waste data on your C partition.
In the following I’ll outline how to fix this problem and unstuck it.
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Like some bad joke this cannot be done through the Settings app but only the Registry Editor. Here I will explain how to do it and provide a File for easy application.
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Microsoft is making it harder and harder for users to decide if and when they want to search for and install Windows Updates, assuming the average user is not intelligent enough to make such a decision for themselves.
To disable Windows Update completely execute the following commands in an Administrator Command Prompt.
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