You are in no hurry finish patch C for 2020 and release the product worldwide......
when I was reproduce a fail to connect problem, after a reboot of my laptop, I found the 'fail to connect try late, check your internet connection' display page just missing
error page skiped, product directly jump back to normal start up page.
display error page
product logs share same one with Previous bug report
Try connect to VPN using KSC free traffic.
product fail to establish secure connection
product successfully establish secure connection
I use KSC to update KIS these days, simplely because the update source is not useable in my region. never happened in previously released beta build......
Today, KSC failed to establish secure connection. I dont knoe why. I tried many times with no luck.
Locate the option to choose one virtual server, There is a drop-down option box below it.
one side of the rectangle box is missing
the option box should be properly displayed with all its four sides.
see a screenshot
My device is DELL XPS13 9380 with 13.3 inches dispaly, screen resolution is 1080p and 150% zoom, all is what windows recommended.
I live in China mainland, and I can not complete an update even if there is no new package.
The only way to get updates is using 200MB free KSC trial.
This never happened before, in many years of beta test.
By the way, I have a proxy that allow me to get better internet, but this product build seems to never allow itself use the proxy. Whatever settings I made, it wont apply the proxy.
The update report still shows that product directly connect to Inertnet. This never happens before.
So only KSC give me updates.
I can not install the program on Windows 10 x64 1903 build 18362.175: "error 27300. Error installing the driver klkbdflt2.sys_x64. Error code: - 2147024319".
Sadly we still have to disable secure boot in BIOS before those drivers successfully installed. @Dmitriy.Pisarets
K's drivers' compatibility with OS is also important in the test, why not give all yours drivers signed MS signatures?
As far as I consider, rapid mode and Sequential read and write speed actually do not help this kind of scenario
In this case, I believe, 4K performance is much useful. And screenshot suggest your 4K performance is not good at all.
If 4K is bad, when dealing with tons of small files, will take very very long time. How about those your files, are they large data or peices of sepertated files?
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