Fix Windows 10 Unsupported Disk Layout UEFI Error

Based on the original article here:

A common problem that Windows users have encountered when trying to update Windows 10 is the “Unsupported Disk Layout for UEFI Firmware” error. This error basically means that the partition structure of your hard drive is not supported by the version of Windows 10 that you want to upgrade to.

Fix SSL 2.0 on IIS

In IIS 7 (and 7.5), there are two things to do:

  1. Navigate to: Start > 'gpedit.msc' > Computer Configuration > Admin Templates > Network > SSL Configuration Settings > SSL Cipher Suite Order (in right pane, double click to open). There, copy and paste the following (entries are separated by a single comma, make sure there's no line wrapping):

Fix PDF Preview in 64-bit Windows

Make a manual fix by opening up regedit.exe and browsing down to the following key:



Then change the AppID to the following :{534A1E02-D58F-44f0-B58B-36CBED287C7C}



Make a manual fix to the following key also:


PBX in a Flash Installation - Slow/broken Readahead RPM in CentOS 6

I read somewhere in another thread about the readahead rpm causing this problem. This used to drive me crazy too. Here's what I do:

Run the install normally until I get to the menu where I can select PIAF-Purple, PIAF-Red, etc. I select cancel at the bottom of that menu, then log in to the CLI. Then I type
rpm -e readahead

and then

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