Although I do not trust drive images 100% I might go that root and make one and then start from scratch just to see what happens.
To improve the speed of the download, avoid downloading other content or use a Wi-Fi network if you can.
Try updating your device again using the same network.
To fix the Event ID 3036 error(s), first try to repair Windows Desktop Search problems using the Microsoft Fix It tool. Please leave a comment in the comment section below or even better: like and share this blog post in the social networks to help spread the word about this solution.
If after running the tool you still receive the error, then exclude Offline Files from Indexing and then rebuild the Index. Wait until the index rebuilding is completed and then close Indexing options. Restart you computer and check if you still receive the “Event 3036” warning message in Event Log. If this article was useful for you, please consider supporting us by making a donation.
I'm making my first attempt at a model/view implementation in Qt, and I'm having difficulty getting my view to update when the data model changes.
I Have a model that extends QAbstract Table Model and stores its information in a QList The model class has a method, @void File List Item Model::set Files(QString List files)@ which I call to update my data.
The Event 3036 error, is related to Windows Search service and specifically to Windows Index feature.
The “csc” in event details means “Client Side Caching” and is occurred if the indexing of Offline Files is enabled.
You do not seem to agree with them, is that correct?