A reader posted this comment in the Talkback section of another post and, for good measure, emailed it to me as well: What about this error?"Sorry, it looks like this PC can't run Windows 8.1.
Unfortunately, some of those tweak have unintended consequences.
This week, as I was corresponding with early adopters of Windows 8.1, I ran into a perfect example of a tweak you shouldn't make.
If you had anything in the default folders, just move (cut & paste) it to the new folder you created.
And since the bulk of most people’s user profiles (in terms of disk space usage) is contained in these sets of folders, this allows you to relocate the bulk of your user profile to another drive without much hassle – indeed, without even needing to reboot!
Google Drive's desktop client seems not to do this at all.
Google Drive desktop client seems to only sync newly created files and not giving any notification at all that there is a modified version, it will never sync it, even though going online and opening that file will show the modified version. and the answer has nothing to do with proxy or firewall configurations. Google Drive works similar when dealing with non-google-doc files.However, for google doc files, it only stores a link to the google doc on web.Thus your actual copy is always only available online. I didn't find anything from google, a lot of people are having problems with google drive not meeting their expectations, it clutters google results You'll obviously not find it on google's product page..We are offering the firmware updating program to the TM-D710GA/GE owners.You can update the firmware by connecting the TM-D710GA/GE Operation Panel to the PC by using an optional Programming Cable (PG-5G, or PG-5H Serial communications cable).I've looked around and there doesn't really seem to be any troubleshooting information for the Google Drive desktop client.