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Kyonkanno

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  1. Hey guys I was trying to update my Asus g750JX to v1607, but everytime I tried to the computer would get stuck at 9%. I left it overnight and it was still at 9%. So I decided to download an ISO with v1607 in it and do a clean install. It installs, but after booting up and doing some random stuff (I haven't been able to see a pattern) the computer freezes. Well, technically it's not frozen because I can move the mouse and the music playing keeps playing... But I cannot do anything other than moving the mouse, I have to hard reset to get in again. So far I tried booting in safemode with networking and it works very well, and very fast. Any ideas on how to diagnose this?
  2. yeah, but is typing the year in that much more time consuming? Well, I know people who replaces engines as a hobby and won't dare open up a laptop. I'm sure there are people who are comfortable opening up a laptop but aren't comfortable swaping an engine. It really depends on what you are used to, if you are a car junkie, swaping an engine is no harder than swaping a laptop battery.
  3. what unnecessary confusion are you talking about? Can you explain how is it more difficult to find a battery for the New Razer Blade 14 2016 than MSI GS72 battery replacement?
  4. the same could be said about you, you know? You just ignore what I'm saying and say that I haven't made any point. Fuck logic.
  5. not built in batteries. And anyone who has two braincells to rub together can type "Laptop_model, manufactured date, replacement battery" amarite?
  6. You are missing my point. Anyone who is willing to open up his computer to replace anything inside it, should be knowledgeable enough to know his computer model and manufactured year. And that's all you need to buy replacement parts! I just went to MSI's webpage to check them out. Just try to differentiate one laptop from another and you'll feel real confusion.
  7. I doubt the average joe would replace their laptop batteries by themselves.
  8. Still, the same applies, You want an engine for your 1993 Mustang? Just type "1993 Mustang engine" and you are gold. Want a battery for your Blade 14 2014? just type in "blade 14 2014 replacement battery"
  9. I actually do see people buying and replacing car engines for their mustangs by themselves.
  10. I don't see people complaining about Car manufacturers calling their cars the same name for over 60 years (Mustang, I'm looking at you)
  11. yeah, but the general idea stays the same (with Dell). You pick a Inspiron XXX XXX and you KNOW you are getting a mid range laptop, Although it's clear cut which one is newer. For example, Inspiron 14z vs Inspiron 14R. which one is newer? I don't think it would be considered copying apple, as ALL car manufacturers do this already. MSI and Asus could make their lineup easier to remember. They have like 20 different laptops with more difficult names I don't even try to keep track. But I guess you guys like their naming scheme.
  12. you could type in the year, as I do with Apple Macbooks or pretty much all apple products. type in the part for macbook 13 inch 2012 so far it works very well
  13. why is it clunky? I think it should be industry standard, if it's an upgrade of an existing product family, it's actually less confusing. well, most manufacturers only refresh cars every 3 or 4 years and major changes ever 6-8 years. they use codenames (civic 1st gen-9th gen) to differentiate them and only use years after the name to refer to which year it mas manufactured. Still you don't see a new name for every new 4 door sedan a manufacturer releases. why should they? Imagine Razer released a new 14 inch laptop to replace the Blade 14 and called it Knife 14. It is not immediately obvious that it's replacing the Blade 14. If you had a Blade 14 and want to upgrade, yo go to Razer's webpage to see the ALL NEW Knife 14, then you have to go and see if it's a 14 inch ultra thin laptop or if it's a 14 inch thick laptop, etc. Noticeably, I don't like MSI and Asus naming scheme, THAT is confusing. How do you know which 15 inch laptop is the newest and meanest of the lineup? When you see names like G750, G550, GS52, GX53, GS75. How do you know without a lot of research and multiple browser tabs which one is the newest?
  14. I know most people (specially Linus) don't like manufacturers to repeat names, ala Apple style. But there is logic behind repeating names. The main reason why I think repeating names should be the norm is for upgrade reasons. Let's take the Razer blade 14 for example. When you repeat the name you know it's the same product, but with upgraded internals. Even if it's not the same product, but a totally redesigned one, you are telling your customers that want to upgrade from the old model which one they should upgrade to, if they wanted to stay in the same product range. Much like how cars keep their names, for example Honda Civic. You are telling your customers, "oh you liked our car and want to upgrade your 7 year old car? Here is a redesigned one that functions exactly the same as the one you have but is more efficient and better looking". Something of the sorts. Dell is also a prominent name repeater and it works quite well for them. Inspiron (middle range value laptops), Vostro (low end laptops), XPS (High end laptops) and so on a so forth. And if you want to prevent "confusion" from older and newer models, just slap the year behind the product name and you are done! Further more, if you create new names every time you upgrade your products, you will end up confusing the heck out of people that don't follow your lineup 24/7. People are specially disgusted by the Titan X (maxwell) vs Titan X (Pascal). just slap the year behind the name and voila! zero confusion.
  15. Yeah, I don't think your SSD will give you problems. Kingston is trying to market HyperX almost as a separate brand, aimed at higher end clients.
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