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Kapejog

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About Kapejog

  • Title
    Newbie

System

  • CPU
    Core 2 Quad Q9400
  • Motherboard
    Asrock G41M-VS3 R2.0
  • RAM
    2x2 GB 1333 Mhz DDR3 Kingston
  • GPU
    GTX 460 SE
  • Case
    some noname
  • Storage
    120 GB + 300 GB HDD
  • PSU
    Corsair VS550
  • Display(s)
    Dell 17' 5:4 screen
  • Cooling
    Spartan 3 LT
  • Keyboard
    Tracer Enduro
  • Mouse
    Tracer Battle Heroes Killer
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home 64-bit

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Electronics, Music, Games, etc.

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  1. So it's not that easy as i thought The license will not be a problem, because i don't know exactly when, but i will get the Imagine Program access, so i will have two licences. Actually the one drive i still have as unused is 120 GB Sata I drive, so i think windows 10 on it will work very slow, and that's what i wan't to see.
  2. so upgrade to second drive will not work?
  3. Hello there. Since there are still few days to update to Windows 10, i wanted to update my Windows 7 to Windows 10. I wouldn't write if i just wan't to update it to Windows 10 and lose the Windows 7. Question is: Can i upgrade to Windows 10, and not lose Windows 7? Something like making dual OS. Currently i have 1TB Drive, with 2 partitions. First is for OS (240GB) and second is for Files (573GB). Will it work, if i cut partition with OS in half (so 120/120) and install the upgrade on the second partition the Windows 10? (If it's even possible :p) I don't know from what i can start
  4. Trying to made WAN to LAN working

    yeah, but just made it work properly, thanks for help anyway
  5. Trying to made WAN to LAN working

    Turning off DHCP ends in that i cant connect to router via wifi or lan And i needed to reset the settings.
  6. Trying to made WAN to LAN working

    Will it work as i want it to work?
  7. Trying to made WAN to LAN working

    Tried to set from 101 to 150,151 to 200, same error.
  8. Hello. I recently got an TP-Link WR841N router, and i thinked about connecting my first router (Huawei B315) to speedup the internet a little bit. I actually have problems to configure IP's to work. I'm doing all steps from this tutorial, and im getting now a little bit mindfu*ked. In the tutorial the ip's of first router is 192.168.1.1. Mine first router ip is 192.168.8.1 (Huawei). Second router ip is 192.168.0.1 (TP-Link). I set the first router DHCP IP's from 192.168.8.2 to 192.168.8.50 (Picture 1). Then i went to second router and changed WAN IP to 192.168.8.51, subnet mask to 255.255.255.0 and gateway to 192.168.8.1 (DNS are set to google DNS). Then i stuck on step 7 of the tutorial. As it says: I set my DHCP IP's to 192.168.8.2-50 and it showed my error 2005: "Bad IP address pool (the Starting or Ending IP address), please input another one." At this point i don't know to configure it properly. Can someone help me and say how to configure these ip's? I'm not good at router configuration, sadly
  9. Ok, so its working perfectly Already checked it at Cinebench and some games, and the boost is very visable Thanks for all help.
  10. I realy dont want to again buy an Xeon. I had one mobo with Xeon, but it didn't went well, sadly I ordered C2Q at Friday
  11. Ok, so thanks for all responds, now im gonna wait until my CPU arrive and gonna reply if everything went ok
  12. yeah,it only can ask to reactivate after an mobo change/drive change. (i think)
  13. So it will be good if i link my windows 10 copy to Microsoft account for "backup" plan and make an Windows 10 bootable pendrive? (at least i dont want to reinstall system, because i have too much important stuff :v )
  14. Hi. In a few days im gonna upgrade my CPU from Core 2 Duo E6600 (thanks for all that years of working, now you need to have some free time ) to Core 2 Quad Q9400. I a saw on a intel website, the C2Q actually have a new instructions which C2D doesn't have. And now i'm thinking, does i need to reinstall my system after replacing a CPU, or it will work without any problems? I actually never changed procesor in such an old platform (i doesn't mean that LGA 775 is old as hell ) and im not sure is it gonna work without problems. Im thinking that i will actually need at least do something like "fix system" via Windows 10 bootable USB. The mobo is an Asrock G41M-VS3 R 2.0.
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