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  • CPU
    AMD FX8320
  • Motherboard
    Asus M5A97 R2.0
  • RAM
    16Gb of Kingston HyperX 1600Mhz ddr3
  • GPU
    Asus gtx 960 4gb
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    Corsair 200r
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    120gb ssd and 1tb + 3tb hdd
  • PSU
    XFX 550w core edition
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    CM Hyper 212 EVO
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home 64bit

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  1. I took a look and couldn't find anything related to this. There wasn't much more than boot settings and something related to touchpad and some s3 state lid opening resume thing . Thanks for the suggestion anyways
  2. So, i have this rather annoying issue on my laptop (I don't remember the exact model but it's Acer Aspire S 13). The screen is automatically changing the brightness in the stupidest way possible. When there is something bright on the screen the brighteness goes up and when there is something dark, it dimms itself. This is super annoying because when you're watching something the screen keeps changing brightness constantly. I have turned off "Enable adaptive brightness" from power settings but it's still doing it. If anyone knows a way to fix this I'd be very grateful :).
  3. It makes way more sense to get a slim laptop with good battery life to school, especially since you have a gaming rig already. It is super annoying to run out of battery in the middle of a day and then drag a heavy and bulky laptop around.
  4. http://www.purple-planet.com Has quite a lot free songs
  5. So, my computer won't stay in standby/sleep or in hibernation mode for even a second. As soon as it enters standby mode, it turns back on. According to event viewer USB Root Hub is waking the PC. How do I prevent it from doing that since there are no such thing in device manager? Also if it helps, this all started after the last big windows update..
  6. I just checked event viewer and it tells that -USB Root Hub is what's waking the computer. But the question is what is that and how do I prevent it from waking the PC
  7. I've tried everything that I've been able to find online and nothing has worked for me so that's why I'm asking if anyone here has any idea on why my PC won't go to sleep. Everything worked just fine until the latest big windows 10 update. After it my computer hasn't been able to go to sleep or hibernate and it's starting to get a little annoying... Basically what happens is as soon as fans stop spinning ang the pc is in sleep it turns back on and plays the sound that comes when you unplug something. After couple seconds (when it's back to the windows login screen) it makes the sound that plays when you connect a device. I have tried unpluggin everything except for mouse and it still does this! So, any help would be very much appreciated since I'm plain out of ideas at this point. Oh and by the way, windows can't even tell why it's unable to sleep:
  8. I personally use the pro version of MX Player and I think that it's the best video player for android
  9. This is some kind of emulator for xbox360: http://xenia.jp but I never got it to work quite right.
  10. That build looks good but I'd definately also get a normal hdd (at least 1tb) because 512gb runs out surprisingly quick since games take up quite a lot of space nowadays
  11. You should try resetting video output: http://www.tech-recipes.com/rx/11436/playstation-3-how-to-reset-the-display-output-options-after-changing-video-cables/
  12. If you're using your monitor with hdmi or displayport cable your computer might start using it as a audio output. You can try to fix that by right clicking the sound symbol in task bar and selecting output devices (or something like that, I'm not sure what it's in english). In there, select the proper speakers and press set as default. It might keep your computer from switching the audio output to your monitor
  13. I actually used program called windirstat and was able to find couple large files I didn't need
  14. I think Vegas creates at least audio proxies but I can't find them anywhere
  15. I haven't cleared cmos (didn't know that was a thing) but I'll definately try that