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Nightwolff

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Hey i got this error and i tried to fix it but that doesn't work neither...
Can you guys help me for so far?

First Picture (The error)
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After this i tried in CMD the code: bcdeditprogram /set {current}nx AlwaysOn
It will say this.
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Let me translate that last one haha:
toegang geweigerd = Not acces to open it.
(I already tried running as Administrator)

After that didn't work i tried to turn it on myself in My computer Properties.
I came to this and i couldn't click any damn thing..
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Does anyone knows how to solve this out?
i'd be happy if somone does.

And btw my pc shouldn't have problems with APB (its an 64Bit)

- Case: CM Storm Sniper Black Edition Mesh Version
- PSU: Corsair Enthusiast Series TX750 V2 750 Watt, 20+24 Pins
- CPU: Intel Core I7 950 3.06 Ghz
- Mobo: GigaByte GA-X58A-UD3R
- RAM: Kingston HyperX Triple Channel 6 GB, PC3-12800, 1600 MHz
- GPU: EVGA GTX 560 2048 MB (2GB) SuperClocked
- SSD: Samsung 840 120GB (Windows 8, kan evt. Windows 7 installeren)
- 2de HDD: Maxtor 160 GB (Mountain Lion)
- CPU-Fan: Noctua NH-D14

Cheers,

-Nightwolff

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Hello,

Run as admin and make sure you check the spacing after each phrase

bcdedit /set {current} nx OptIn

exe is not required.
Do not use AlwaysOn
The default Microsoft option is OptIn
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