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  1. Sorry for the slow reply, but are you able to connect your SSD to another computer to make sure it's readable?
  2. KoreanAsian

    Shadowplay forcing vsync on when turned on

    By looking at the settings, it looks like it will always lock it at 30 or 60 FPS while recording. I don't see any other settings that will turn off the cap.
  3. KoreanAsian

    Computer Not fully Shutting Down

    It is under "Choose what the power button does" on the left column Edit: Sorry, on the last screenshot. Should have been more specific
  4. KoreanAsian

    Computer Not fully Shutting Down

    Switch this to either big or small icons to see the power options menu
  5. Does your SSD show up in your BIOS and does everything else seem to be coming up the way it's supposed to? Things such as RAM, CPU, GPU, etc.
  6. KoreanAsian

    Laptop to Desktop File Sharing

    A protocol called ICMP is used for pining, you'll need to enable this on the target computer. https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc749323(v=ws.10).aspx Edit: Pineapple brought up a good point as well.
  7. KoreanAsian

    Laptop to Desktop File Sharing

    If I remember correctly, you have to enable a firewall option in order to ping across a network.
  8. KoreanAsian

    Computer Not fully Shutting Down

    There's another way to get into control panel. Windows Explorer → Click on the address bar and type in "Control Panel" → And by default, it should display in Category mode, switch to either large or small icons and then go into Power Options from there
  9. KoreanAsian

    Gaming headphones under $200

    I'm currently using this headset that I got during the Black Friday sale. I'm liking it a lot so far, great sound quality and bass, it's also got DTS 7.1 surround sound, battery life is great and charges really fast (over a micro USB-B as well). If your head is larger than the average, I wouldn't recommend it. https://www.logitechg.com/en-ca/product/g533-wireless-gaming-headset
  10. KoreanAsian

    Computer Not fully Shutting Down

    I hate the fast boot option because it doesn't "refresh" the system like it used to, you'd have to restart to "refresh" it. By disabling this, it will "refresh" it every time you shut off your PC
  11. KoreanAsian

    Computer Not fully Shutting Down

    If you want a complete shutdown like in the good ol' days back in the XP era, just change your Power Options settings. This WILL reduce start up time by a little, but seeing that you have an SSD, it shouldn't make a difference or have little increase in boot time. Win (start key) + X → Power Options → Additional Power Settings → Choose what the power button does → Change settings that are currently unavailable → uncheck "Turn on fast startup" → Save changes
  12. KoreanAsian

    RX480 or GTX 1060

    I would have also said to go with the 1060 version, more bang for the buck.
  13. KoreanAsian

    An Experiment

    I'm not sure if this was you or not, but I found this thread on Lenovo's website: https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/ThinkCentre-A-E-M-S-Series/CPU-upgrade-for-M52-8212-1QU/td-p/162306 Another site that I've found was this model's documentation: http://www-01.ibm.com/common/ssi/cgi-bin/ssialias?infotype=an&subtype=ca&htmlfid=897/ENUS105-312#@2h@72@ Did the machine ever post (turn on and show bios)? Did it ever make any beeping sounds? (Some machines may require external speakers for post sounds)
  14. I wouldn't get to conclusions too soon no one knows how things are going to turn out.
  15. KoreanAsian

    An Experiment

    If you go to start and type in dxdiag and then hit enter, you can find the model of the system.
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