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About Endre

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    Oslo, Norway
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  • CPU
    i7 2600K
  • Motherboard
    MSI Z77A-GD65
  • RAM
    12 GB
  • GPU
    GTX 1070
  • Case
    CM Elite 430
  • Storage
    Samsung 840 250GB + 1TB
  • PSU
    Corsair 750W Modular
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70
  • Mouse
    Logitech G700S
  • Sound
    Sennheiser Momentum
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. I had a lot of problems with my computer lately and a friend of mine managed to fix it by installing a pirate version of Windows 10 on a clean SSD. I think this could be the reason I have the pop up (maybe?), as I had the pop up from day 2 after the fresh Windows install. I can't find anything suspicious in the installed programs list. I'll check out the host files I'll post the result of it. Thank you for the fast reply!!
  2. Hey, First of all, sorry if this is the wrong forum part. So I've had this pop up for a while which is insanely hard to remove and I've only found a partial quick fix. The pop up is "fastlauncher.xyz" which redirects to an online casino. My solution was download a chrome extension called Block site, where I manually set it to block "fastlauncher.xyz". I still get a pop up from Block site, which is less annoying. Anyway, what I've tried is the following: 1. Malwarebytes full scan 2. Kaspersky full scan 3. Avast full scan and Avast Browser Cleanup 4. CCleaner 5. Zemana AntiMalware 6. HitmanPro 7. Junkware Removal Tool 8. Resetting chrome settings None of these have worked, so I have no clue what to do and this is why I'm here. I hope someone knows how to solve this and remove the pop up. Thank you, Endre
  3. Haha I'm not that bad with computers This computer is close to 5 years old now (in October), and I've upgraded the parts as I've seen fit. I've usually managed to solve all of my own computer problems by myself, but this time there's something else. I'll go to bed now and try fix the computer again tomorrow. Hope you can assist me some more, and thank you very much for replying! I really do appreciate it
  4. The specs are: i7 2600k msi z77a-gd65 samsung 840 ssd 250gb msi gtx 1070 corsair cx750m
  5. What should I do about it?
  6. Haha yeah but I brought my computer to a friend's house who knows a lot about computers and after many many hours he was like "I have no clue, your computer is retarded". My SSD doesn't work in his computer nor mine, but his SSD works in his and not mine for example.
  7. I'll check it out tomorrow, as it's 11:30 PM here and I'm pissed off after waking up hungover to a computer not working and spending my whole day trying to fix it
  8. I don't think I'll attempt that, but thank you anyway.
  9. Ugh... I have a 1TB HDD, but I got a lot of stuff on it. Can I install Windows to the HDD without losing anything on it?
  10. So I can't use this SSD at all?
  11. I'll contact MSI asap then, thanks.
  12. So I found a USB I recently used to re-install Windows 10 on a family member's computer, and I used it in my own computer now. When I try to install Windows on the Samsung SSD I receive this error message (I'm translating it to English btw): "Windows cannot be installed on this drive. The chosen drive has a MBR partition table. On EFI systems Windows can only be installed on GPT drives." What does this mean?
  13. As the title states, my PC doesn't want to load Windows from my Samsung SSD. All I get is a black screen with a weird narrow green flickering line along the top of the screen. What I've tried: Swapping the GTX1070 with a GTX 960 Booting from a different SSD that also has Windows on it. This results in a problem where it can't load Windows either (0xc000000f) Swapping the RAM with a different kit. Moving my original SSD into a different computer. This results in the same boot issue even though all the parts are different. Re-installing Windows on the Samsung SSD. None of my attempts seem to have made a difference, which is weird because the computer worked ~8 hours earlier. Any help or suggestions would be appreciated!
  14. Great to hear! And would you recommend this monitor for what I plan to use it for? Sorry for the fail quote btw, the comment box wouldn't let me type after quoting