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Easy Setting Box Windows 11

(Topic created on: 11-12-2021 09:31 PM)
VictorJan
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I just upgraded from Windows 10 64bit to Windows 11 64bit.  Easy Setting Box (ESB) worked great on Win 10.  On Win 11 it does not work.  The program says that a Samsung Monitor is not found.

When I look at device manager it shows the monitor as being CRG9_C49RG9xSS (HDMI).  The ESB program does NOT launch.  The driver I have is NVIDIA Quatro P2000.  I have checked all the drives and they are loaded.

#CRG9_C49RG9xSS

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Members_oFmXPNs
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Same problem here on Windows 11. Please fix it Samsung.

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SammyBravo
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Adding my comment/vote to fix the Win11 compatibility issue. I can confirm ESB is not working on Windows 11, running a CRG9.

 

I'll be using FancyZones from MS PowerToys for now.

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Pedro Bezerra
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Try installing an easy setup box and when the error occurs, copy the installed folder to a location you prefer before clicking to complete/reverse the installation.

Install the add-on below.
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=40784

Once installed, run the EasySettingBox.exe file contained in the folder you copied.

You can create a shortcut of this file/executable to your desktop or start menu if you prefer.
While Samsung does not solve the problem, what you can do is this.

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Members_euhU8Un
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SweetyDalas
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I've recently switched from Windows 7 to 10 by purchasing the necessary Windows keys. I have a question: will I be able to upgrade to Windows 11? I've wanted to get windows 11 for a while and watched many videos on YouTube, but I still can't decide what to do. Should I upgrade to Windows 11 or stay with windows 10? I believe that Windows 10 is a very good operating system, and it's time-tested. Windows 11, on the other hand, has been released recently, and I have no confidence in it. I want to hear other people's opinions. Thank you all in advance!

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@VictorJan @SweetyDalas @Members_euhU8Un @Pedro Bezerra @SammyBravo 

 

Hello ☺

We may be using the old Easy Settings Box version, try this newer version... and let us know... (bc i don't have 48" display to try) cheers ☺

Easy setting box (Easy setting box(32bit)) ver 1.1.7 

Easy setting box (Easy setting box(64bit)) ver 1.1.7 


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(")_(") strawberry cake so delicious

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Rag3
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Yes you can. Just download  "win 11 iso" and click  follow directions.

If your laptop is not compatible to win 11, find "sources" folder in the iso, and find "appraseres.dell" , delete whats inside all in it , and save as (do not delete appraseres.dell) .  Back to "setup" and double click it,  click option below to chage default selected and next again change default selected. And click and click .  Done. In my opinions , Win 10 is better. Within 10 days , you can go back to win 10 from win 11.

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