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Ripper7620

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  1. Thank you very much, I should have known that there were such devices, that looks like it may in fact be my best option.
  2. Thank you very much for your replies, I appreciate it. I’ve just activated Remote Desktop in Windows, would this be an acceptable solution for controlling both computers from my primary pc?
  3. I recently inherited a pc from my best friend, who has passed away suddenly. I have her pc, which I had built for her, now setup with a clean install of windows 10 Pro, and in my name. I have two tethered keyboards, but was just wondering, if I bought a wireless keyboard, could I use it for both pc’s, if I use 2 unifying receivers, one in each? I have a wireless MX Master 2S, and if I also purchased an extra unifying receiver, would this mouse work for both pc’s. The mouse, underneath, already has options for up to 3 pc’s. Thank you in advance for any and all replies.
  4. Okay never mind, I’m a dumbass, but I finally got it. Thank you again for your replies.
  5. I tried putting the M.2 in my pc, and it’s overriding my M.2 as the boot priority. I reset the boot order to boot off my M.2, but it’s still being overridden by her old one.
  6. I’m totally lost, I did a clean install, but I still end up at the start screen for my friend requesting her password. I have no idea how to reset the password, without access.
  7. Thank you very much for clearing that up, I appreciate it, I decided to do a clean install on the main drive M.2, and preserve all the important information on the secondary drive. It’s setting up right now.
  8. One thing I’m not clear on, and I know I’m missing something obvious, but how can I reset the password when I can’t get access, since I don’t know have access to her email or phone?
  9. Thank you very much for your replies, I appreciate it very much. Good to know it’s not that complicated.
  10. Hi, My best friend has passed away very recently, and I had built her a top of the line gaming pc, so I inherited it after her death. The pc is of course password/pin protected. I’m not a hacker, and have no way to access it. What I would like to do, is to format the M.2 NVME, and start with a clean system, that doesn’t have any of her private information on it. Can I take the M.2, which is the “hard drive”, put it into my computer, as a second M.2, and format it from my pc, and then return it back into her pc , add a new version of windows 10 Pro, which I have on a thumb drive, and basically go from there? Would this even work? Thank you in advance for any and all replies.
  11. Thank you very much for the replies, I appreciate it. I have much to learn. I never considered a Noctua cooler, or fans, because of pure vanity on my part. I hated the ugly brown color of the fans, and truth be told, I still do, but as far as what I've been able to find out, if they're not the best, they are very close. Performance, I've learned, is all about keeping temps as low as possible, and Noctua comes through in spades. I did a 3hr+ 4K render from PP, and with the Noctua cooler, my CPU temps never broke 60C. I'm absolutely impressed. I've come to realize that the reason my temps stayed around 68C when the Enermax TR4 was new, is because 68C is where in auto settings, the pc automatically ramps down the voltage of the CPU down as far as it takes, to keep temps from going above 68C.
  12. Here’s some numbers 45 minutes into a high bit depth 4K rendering from PP:
  13. This is under the full load of a very high bit depth, 5 minutes into a 4K render from Premiere Pro;
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