Finally! I found a solution that worked for the Nvidia error code 28. During installation I kept getting an error (both Nvidia installer and Windows Update). Tried to remove all references to the Nvidia driver but nothing worked. Did safe mode, cleaning registry, etc. But nothing seamed to fix the “code 28” error.
Until I lanched the “sfc /scannow” (more on the System File Checker tool in the Use the System File Checker tool to repair missing or corrupted system files). But after running sfc and it fixed so system files the Nvidia driver installation was again running like a life through butter 🙂
Problem solved! (I did this fix on Win10 build 10074).
Recommended reading (in Norwegian): http://landevei.no/Nyheter/Kultur/OM-ASFALT-OG-FOELELSER
So how to use the StringWriter with XmlWriter to get XML string form the writer without going through IO. You need to use some writer object to make it produce XML – but don’t need to serialize this to disk. How to do this?
StringWriter sw = new StringWriter();
var writer = XmlWriter.Create(sw);
//Don't need to do this writer.Close();
Console.WriteLine("returned with sw:" + sw.ToString());
Have you tried to removed the “Send To OneNote” box? Unchecked the “Start with OneNote” but still you keep getting the annoying dialog? Goto OneNote options
Microsoft has just (ok it was 15th of August 2012 – so maybe not just) release a new version of Visual Studio. With VS2012 the application is still deployed as a 32 bit application – why!!?!!! Maybe Rico Mariani’s blog post Visual Studio: Why is there no 64 bit version? (yet) will give some answers into why we still don’t have a x64 VS.
How to add solution platforms to the VS2010 toolbar.
The HTML5 Extension for Windows Media Player Firefox Plug-in is an add-on that enables Firefox users to play H.264-encoded videos on HTML5 pages by using the built-in capabilities found in Windows 7.
Also see this Mozilla support page