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Someperson22

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About Someperson22

  • Title
    Newbie
  • Birthday 1999-02-25

System

  • CPU
    Intel Core i3-550 3.2GHz Dual-Core Processor
  • Motherboard
    Asus P7H55-M Pro Micro ATX LGA1156 Motherboard
  • RAM
    Corsair 2GB (1 x 2GB) DDR3-1333 Memory X4
  • GPU
    Asus GeForce GTX 970 4GB Video Card
  • Case
    Its so old it doesn't exist on the internet
  • Storage
    Seagate Barracuda 500GB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive
  • PSU
    SPARKLE ATX-400PN-B204 400W ATX12V 2.2
  • Display(s)
    Asus VE198T 19.0" Monitor
  • Cooling
    Intel BXXTS100H CPU Cooler
  • Keyboard
    Razer BlackWidow Chroma
  • Mouse
    Mad Catz M.M.O. 7 Wired Laser Mouse
  • Sound
    Logitech G35 7.1 Channel Headset
  • Operating System
    Microsoft Windows 7 Professional SP1 OEM (64-bit)

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  • Gender
    Male

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  1. Hosted Network Support On Wi-Fi

    Oh ok thanks.
  2. Hosted Network Support On Wi-Fi

    Well it says now The hosted network mode has been set to allow. The SSID of the hosted network has been successfully changed. The user key passphrase of the hosted network has been successfully changed. But when I say "netsh wlan show drivers" it still says "Hosted network supported : No"
  3. Hosted Network Support On Wi-Fi

    Hi I'm trying to host my own network from my PC by LAN but I'm having just one issue. I need to get the hosted network supported to say yes but I tried many things and I can't get it to change. Just so everyone knows I'm using a MSI Tomahawk AC motherboard with the stock antenna that came with it. I tried the Settings>Windows>Network & Internet>Change Adapter Options and went to the properties for the Wi-Fi and sharing and checked all the boxes still nothing. Plus I went and bypassed the whole thing and went into the Windows powershell (Admin) and used these commands: netsh wlan show drivers netsh wlan set hostednetwork mode=allow ssid=PC key=Password netsh wlan start hostednetwork - But got stuck at this one again thought I try it anyway. netsh wlan stop hostednetwork netsh wlan show hostednetwork netsh wlan refresh hostednetwork PC
  4. Problem with installing Windows 10

    Thanks everyone for the info I'm backing up data right now but I will see if this works.
  5. Problem with installing Windows 10

    But the thing is I formated it before to get Windows on it and when I just install Windows again over it the OS will just say that something is there and do you want to wipe it. The problem is it won't let me select it in the first place.
  6. Problem with installing Windows 10

    Well I had it formated I'm just reinstalling it on the same partition it should work but I don't want to delete to much stuff. There was also some other partitions showing up that wasn't there before I'm not sure what they are ether. (I'm trying to install on the blue one) I would delete the other ones but I have a lot of games on the Partition 4: Data.
  7. Problem with installing Windows 10

    I'm having trouble reinstalling Windows 10 after I got a bunch of new hardware. When I try to install it says "Selected disk has an MBR On EFI systems, Windows can only be installed to GPT disks" I'm not sure what to do right now I just expected it to work and I'm installing Windows on an SSHD if that means anything.
  8. Mouse for Windows 10

    Oh sorry I put that the wrong way lol I prefer and ergonomic mouse with the features of the apple mouse.
  9. What do you guy's think about the Razer key switches?

    I own the original blackwidow chroma and it's alright for gaming I would more recommend their orbweaver keypad and have a different keyboard for typing this thing is horrible for typing after a short time for typing my fingers start to ache and then it travels up to the wrists the longer I type. But I find I'm more accurate with this keyboard than others so if you value that more then this might be for you.
  10. Mouse for Windows 10

    I'm looking for a good mouse for compatible with Windows 10 first I want to talk about the history of my other mice and the problems. First mouse I bought was a gaming mouse Madcatz MMO 7 and it was great for about 2 years until the scroll wheel started to bug out when I scrolled up the thing would scroll down sometimes it would go all over the place. And I never liked how heavy it was even though I didn't put any weights in it. After that I got a cheap ibuypower mouse same problem after awhile scroll wheel was the first to bug out. So with the mice I had so far I decided that these types of mice wasn't for me and I want something similar to the apple mouse that has a track spot for scrolling or just a touch pad if I have to go that way. So which brings me to I prefer an ergonomic mouse like the apple magic mouse but I will go to the touch pad way if I have to.
  11. Cant find suitable laptop

    I would just go for the laptop you like best if battery is an issue you could go with one of Anker's battery packs.
  12. GNU/Linux Phone Reaches Crowdfunding Goal!

    I hope the phone looks good because I don't really like the design so far. And I'm not to sure about the processor. I don't know how powerful the phone actually is I never seen that type of processor before. But everything else looks good I think I might buy it depending on reviews.
  13. Wow that's a letdown I guess I'm going to have to get a better PC instead Everything is really old but the graphics card in it I just have a GTX 970 4GB, 8GB DDR3 RAM, and i3 with a stock cooler nothing special inside of it. I'm thinking it's better for my money to sell my PC and buy a Xbox one but that's off the list now. I think PlayStation uses ARM as well so I'm not even going to go that way. I still haven't decided if I want to just get a desktop or a laptop.
  14. I am a student and gamer and I only want to spend my money on one thing and I was wondering if it were possible to get the Xbox One X and swap it with another hard drive except with Windows 10 on it? It looks like it's powerful enough to run all the software I need to use with it the only thing is a bit unclear is the graphics it looks similar to the GTX 10 series. I am going to use it with AutoCAD, Pytha, and some Steam games I can't get on console or games that I already own. Thanks in advance.
  15. I had Windows 10 on my PC trust me it wasn't good. Well.. it was for the first couple weeks then it went downhill crashing on games with weird errors, it was really slow, and Windows of course did it again they didn't make a new OS they take programing from all the OS's from the past and build on top of that they don't actually make an new OS they build on top of the other ones and just change the interface and for Windows 10 added a lot more spyware and Cortana might be a problem to for performance but im not sure about that one. Thats why I liked Steam OS then I could totally get away from Windows and have a simple and fast OS. But I game a lot and there isn't much games on it for me so I can't go down that road yet. But from a school perspective you don't really do much on the computers I would recommend that all the PCs in the school have Linux on it. All you really use on a school computer is word and browse the web and maybe PowerPoint sometimes.
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