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Earl Talatala

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  1. I'm sorry but I didn't quite understand that
  2. Good day. I can't always boot to desktop because I am always greeted by this BSOD after boot. Booting into Safe Mode, deleting Intel HD and Nvidia Graphics drivers do the trick. But after about 5 minutes into doing some stuff on my laptop, it goes into BSOD, again. And the process goes on and on. I should mention that while my screen is black on desktop, I can STILL hear some sounds like something has finished downloading in the background or stuff. Also, immediately after the black screen I heard the system sound like someone pulled a USB drive out of the system. It's a weird sound considering I haven't touched anything. It's like Windows uninstall or installed something on it's own. PS: BSOD is for BLACK screen of death, not the blue one. Thank you. I'm about 96% sure this was because of bad driver because of the following pictures
  3. Edit: pressing F8 while booting up shows a black screen with a blinking cursor...
  4. Getting into Safe Mode is the most common answer by all, but I can't do anything besides watching my laptop infinitely boot into just the BIOS, or showing BSOD whenever I try to change the boot priority. Even if I press F8, it just straight bring me to the BIOS and repeat, again...
  5. Problem is I don't have another system in which I can create a bootable USB drive
  6. After updating my laptop to the latest software, my laptop restarted and it keeps taking me to the BIOS, where the boot loops happen. Disable features and enabling some manage to escape the BIOS boot loop, but BSOD greets me in the end :( I tried contacting ASUS regarding the issue and the only solution they gave me is to bring the unit to the nearest service center, where they probably (and most likely) format my HDD for good. Any help? Thank you so much!
  7. Good day! I'm having a hard time making the project to work perfectly. So far I'm following this video below and I can't control the RC car properly. All it can do is move forward even if I let go of the controller from the smartphone. Can someone help me troubleshoot my problems? Thank you. Code for Arduino and the app is linked below The video: The explanation to the codes as well as the download link of the Android application and code itself is in this site: https://howtomechatronics.com/tutorials/arduino/arduino-robot-car-wireless-control-using-hc-05-bluetooth-nrf24l01-and-hc-12-transceiver-modules/ THANK YOU SO MUCH!
  8. I'm sorry but I'm pretty new to this Arduino thing, what is the effect of the frequencies mentioned above and what are the uses of such things?
  9. Hello. I have this mini-project that I've been doing for a while now. I'm making an RC boat that can be controlled using Bluetooth via a custom Android app. Below is an example picture of the schematic diagram of the connection (PS: Picture is not mine I just found it on Google) and I was thinking if I could change the two (2) HC-05s in the picture with HC-12, a wireless transceiver module that can both transmit and receive data up to 1.8km as stated on some specs sheets. I want to use HC-12 for my project since I need the long-range wireless function of the module, and HC-05 just limits my connection up to a couple of meters away. And as mentioned, I will be controlling the RC boat using an custom Android app. Thank you and have a nice day.
  10. Good day. I want create a power supply that ranges from 0V up to 24V. But what I want as a twist is that, I want the led color to be green on 0V - 8V, color blue on 8.1V - 16V, and color red on 16.1V - 24V. The schematic is a bit easier to find but what I like to know is how to wire the leds so it'll function as mentioned above. Thanks!
  11. Not sure if this is the right place to ask this but I'll somehow try Good day. I'm trying to create a VR app using Unity software, and I'm curious if there's any way I could add a moving object in there. I want to make an app that shows how an AC Motor works. What I want is to put an AC Motor in the middle and be able to walk around and inspect the motor to further understand how that works and the different parts of it. If you're wondering, I want to make this work because I'll be presenting this in school. I'm an Electrical Engineering student and I want to combine learning how to make a VR app and sharing my knowledge on AC Motors. Thank you so much!
  12. Thank you for all the replies. Sorry I was busy these past few weeks. The idea is to buy a power-amp from a local electronics store and design a pre-amp to filter all the noises coming out of an amplifier
  13. Hello. I'm a 18 year old student and we need to build an ampifier as our project. Now my problem is, I don't know how to do it by scratch. So if you have an schematic diagram of an amplifier or if you can help me build one, please reply below. Thank you and have a good day. Btw, our amplifer should be as simple as it could get. Maybe max of 2 speakers and a potentiometer for bass, treble, and volume. Again, thank you
  14. Not sure if this is the proper place to ask this. I have a 3 month old mini drill that I'm using for my project. Suddenly, the drill stopped working. I got it to work but it now makes a whinning or screeching noise. If I plug the supply and connect it to the drill, the noise disappears and th drill works fine. However, here is my another problem. The indicator LED on the power adapter is a little bit dimmer and the spin lf the drill is slower than what it used to be. Is this a voltage drop from the supply? What can I do to make it work like it normally was? Thank you.
  15. Not sure if this is the proper place to ask this. I have a 3 month old mini drill that I'm using for my project. Suddenly, the drill stopped working. I got it to work but it now makes a whinning or screeching noise. If I plug the supply and connect it to the drill, the noise disappears and th drill works fine. However, here is my another problem. The indicator LED on the power adapter is a little bit dimmer and the spin lf the drill is slower than what it used to be. Is this a voltage drop from the supply? What can I do to make it work like it normally was? Thank you.
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