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Posts posted by KhakiHat

  1. A few days ago, my PC was going through an automatic update and I don't often think much of it because typically everything works properly.

    That was late in the evening so I didn't notice until the morning after that my bluetooth functionality had stopped completely and the only system change had been that particular windows update.


    To attempt to fix this, I have uninstalled the driver and reinstalled it, tested multiple versions, and disabled and enabled the hardware(through device manager).

    My PC's drivers and OS are completely up to date.


    I'm kinda at a loss and I don't know what else to try at this point besides maybe trying to flash the BIOS(I've never done that before and not sure that is the problem).


    I have a ASRock Z390M ITX/ac motherboard(bluetooth and wireless are integrated).

    Checking the BIOS, bluetooth is enabled.


    Overall, I am given this error below in device manager under my bluetooth properties.

    "This device cannot start. (Code 10)



  2. With the windows install, sometimes while installing it gives you the option to delete the current partitions and the after to create a new partition(this would get rid of the errors in theory).


    The problem could be something as simple as being in the wrong format to create a bootable device for a windows based machine, I believe NTFS is the primary format.

  3. 8 hours ago, fake_brogrammer said:

    recently ( january ) moved to OSX from using Visual Studio on Windows, and Vim on Linux. started using VSCode ( and OSX ) for work, and have been using it for personal projects.

    haven't found a good reason to switch from VSCode yet. memory usage is generally better than Spotify after a few days of no shutdowns,and can be a bit sluggish at times but that's likely due to a crappy CPU + compiling half a million line of code at a time.

    as you said, it does depend on YOUR usage, but your usage really is the most important thing for determining an editor. 

    like to play around with lots of languages and don't want to relearn new UIs ? vscode

    only use java ? eclipse

    only using Windows, and ASP.NET ? visual studio 2019

    like driving yourself insane and hate using the mouse ? vim

    like driving yourself insane and hate using the mouse and like lisp ? emacs

    Really the only language I am using is JavaScript. I'm starting into web dev and while I know a lot of the basics, I wanted to semi prepare for things that might require more compiling(still in the field of web dev tho).


    I've only ever used vscode & eclipse(long, long ago) so that is what I am most familiar with, I was just curious if switching to xcode could offer any benefits being on its native os.

  4. 8 minutes ago, Babi khoja said:

    Thanks, i already did that as I mentioned (maybe it wasn't clear described) when I disconnecting the internal screen even the windows doesn't show up on the external screen :( I think it is a problem with this hp modell cause I did that in other laptops and it works just fine.

    But this one is driving me nuts 😫😭

    Oop, totally missed that. That is strange though.

  5. 3 minutes ago, adiack said:

    @KhakiHat that cpu if they were streaming in a modern muliti threaded game cant stream as well as you would expect i have to lower my setting quite a lot from ultras to high medium in a lot of cases 

    That's fair, for some reason I was thinking it was a Ryzen 7. I misread.

  6. 1 minute ago, adiack said:

    @WambleCropped i did not even notice that ye you probably want to spend about 40% on a gpu depending on budget 

    If they are streaming, they could always just put the load onto the CPU. That way the performance of a game fully using the GPU wouldn't be challenged.

  7. I have used a Phanteks Eclipse P300 case for awhile and for the price, the quality, airflow, and cable management is exceptionally high.


    I've also built a PC using one of the Corsair Carbide cases, internally it is very similar to the Phanteks Eclipse P300.

  8. If you are willing to do some disassembly, opening the internals and disconnecting the default display attached to the laptop should make the secondary screen turn into the default since there would no longer be two displays to choose from. It's a little trick I used wayyyyy back on an old 2012 Toshiba laptop.


    If you do attempt this, make sure there is no power going through the laptop when disassembling(battery disconnected, etc.).

  9. 1 hour ago, tnings said:

    Both are bad, but for any apple device Xcode is better, both are resource intensive, both take up a shitload of storage.

    I'm pretty sure Xcode recommends around 20gb