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About iKatoz

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  • Birthday 1996-02-19

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  • CPU
    Intel Core i7 4770K @3.50GHz
  • Motherboard
    ROG Maximus VI Hero
  • RAM
    Corsair 15GB @1600mhz
  • GPU
    ASUS GeForce GTX 780
  • Case
    CM Storm Trooper
  • Storage
    Western Digital Black1TB + Samsung 840 EVO 256GB
  • PSU
    Corsair AX760
  • Display(s)
    Asus VS278 27"
  • Cooling
    Corsair H80i
  • Mouse
    Mionix Naos 3200
  • Operating System
    Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit

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  1. A few days ago I installed the latest Windows update (KB4503293) and my Logitech G935 headphones stopped working. I've read dozens of articles about the fact that the update is affecting some Bluetooth devices but I didn't find anyone who actually had problems with any device. Logitech hasn't released any updates yet and I'm back to the previous version of Windows to solve the problem. I guess I can't stay on this version of Windows forever, has someone had the same problem or can help me solve it? Thank you
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    Replace wifi card

    It works great and I haven't had any problems with the new card
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    Ubuntu samba share

    Hi! I recently installed Ubuntu 17.04 in place of Windows 10 in a computer that I use to share a hard drive over the network, everything works (for the moment) but I have some questions since I do not understand much about these things: -Now I'm sharing a temporary hard drive (Ext4 file system) to do some tests and from another computer with Windows 10 I see a folder called "lost+found" that I can't see from Linux. I also connected another hard disk (NTFS file system) and other folders appeared in addition to my files, this time however the hard disk was not shared and I saw the folders directly from Linux. My question is: Can I delete or hide these folders? -I was moving random files on the hard disk (Still the temporary one I mentioned earlier) to see the performance and if everything worked but with some files I get the error "Copy the file without its properties? The file includes properties that can not be copied to the new location". Any clarification about this? -Before installing linux I was sharing a hard disk with NTFS file system, can I continue to use the hard drive as it is or is it better to format it and use the Ext4 file system? All PCs in the network use Windows, apart for a Mac. Thanks to everyone for the help
  4. I did not open them. I've read that Ubuntu already has all the ports open, is it true? EDIT: I only opened the ports on Windows and it worked. Thank you very much for helping
  5. I've installed XRDP, in theory with Ubuntu 17.04 is the only thing I have to do.
  6. Hi, yesterday I installed Ubuntu 17.04 and I spent all day trying to connect via Remote Desktop Connection from my Windows 10 computer to Linux. In the end I came to the point where I can enter the username and password correctly, the problem is that the connection closes instantly without any error message. I did not find any solution apart from changing resolution but, in my case, it only takes a few more seconds to close.
  7. The best solution is to buy the 720W version, although for most of the time there will be a load of 200-300W. Also the battery life does not bother me because here the power fails for just a second, it rarely happens that there's no current for more than a few minutes.
  8. If I buy a 720W or a 860W UPS, could it lose efficiency with a load of 50-60W?
  9. I still have to buy the UPS, I was looking at the average and maximum consumption of my equipment and I noticed that it could draw more than 600W (very unlikely, but it can) so i don't know if to buy the 540W version or the 720W version
  10. What happens if I exceed the power capacity of a UPS while there is still power from the wall?
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    Damaged SSD?

    A few days ago there was a strong thunderstorm and I think a SSD has been damaged. When I turned on the computer Windows was slow and didn’t load pretty much anything. I tried to repair windows but there was nothing wrong with it and after a few restarts the computer has returned to work normally. I checked the health of the SSD with Acronis Drive Monitor and it was at 80% , the Soft Read Error Count was marked as “degraded” with the raw value constantly increasing. I then moved the SSD to another computer and it was all fine and without errors. I put the SSD back on the computer and the error reappeared, today when I checked the disk health to write this post there were no errors and everything seemed ok. Now, is the SSD damaged? Should I return it to Amazon or the SSD is fine? Thanks for the help
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    Replace wifi card

    The new card arrived today and it seems to work well, I confirm that Acer has not implemented WiFi whitelist and if there will be problems in the coming weeks I will update this post. For now, thank you all
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    Replace wifi card

    It seems that Acer has never implemented wifi whitelist but I'm not sure because there are no reliable sources. I opened the laptop and the card is 2.5 / 3 cm long so it seems that it is not half size
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    Replace wifi card

    Judging from this guide seems that the cards are equal, but looking on google seems that the Qualcomm card is half size. I think the only way is to open the laptop but the biggest problem is that I can not find any information on the card, I can not even find the laptop on the Acer website.
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    Replace wifi card

    I have an Acer VN7-592G-7303 notebook with a Qualcomm Atheros QCA61x4A wireless network adapter. I have constant problems with it (for example, this) and I want to replace it with an Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 8265 or any other Intel card. Is the Intel card an adequate replacement? There may be compatibility issues? Since I can not find any information on the Qualcom card I hope someone can help me. Thanks.