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Aderalia

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  1. Intel is notorious for not giving clear PCIe Diagramms, but usually a second M.2 is switched to the chipset and not the main lanes, so its more likely you end up with a slower M.2 drive I also think that 4x on the first PCIe Slot isnt even possible on most boards
  2. Im not 100% when it comes to the 3k series chips but i think ryzen chips also have 4 slower PCIe Lanes in addition to the 20 fast Lanes? My Taichi ultimate runs my GPU @ 16x PCIe 3.0 my m.2 @ 4x PCIe 3.0 and the second m.2 @ 4x PCIe 2.0
  3. A SanDisk Ultra 64 GB (i think, the one with the silver label), died after about 60 rewrites in a GoPro. We did record 4k 100mbit to it, which is more than the card is rated for (it does wirte about 35 MBytes/s tho, so the card can do it). I do format the cards after the footage was dumped rather than deleting the clips, since that's what i was told would increase the Cards life.
  4. Just to wrap this up: I put a different NIC in the system (Intel i350-Something i think), and still had the same issue. I sanity checked with a Linux Live install and the package lost was gone... I reinstalled windows from scratch and it worked fine, only problem: the only installer i have for the Enterprise Version of Windows is 1604 and Microsoft doesn't give them out anymore... As soon as it was up to date the problem returned. Booted from Linux again -> No package loss anymore I updated this system to use a Windows Insider build, that seems to have fixed it for now. I am really starting to get pretty mad with Windows... Nothing but trouble for the last years...
  5. Hi, I am currently i am currently in search of new SD cards for both my camera(s) and also as USB-Stick replacements. During my search a friend pointed my towards "high endurance SD-Cards", the one he showed my was a Kingston 256 GB Card. Allegedly these cards can be overwritten 1000 times, which would give this card a lifetime of 256 TBW. That's a lot. Even the SanDisk Industrial cards only come with 192 TBW (for a 128 GB Model tho). The Problem is i never found any datasheet that would confirm these ratings. I found a lot of "high endurance" Cards from pretty much every manufacturer but non of them have a lifetime written into the Datasheets, which seems to be common for SD Cards... So the question is: Does anybody have experience with these cards in high write load scenarios? I asked among some other indie studio film maker and they all seem to share the "Just replace them every year" philosophy, also all of them were complaining about "never paying extra for a certain brand name again" (almost everyone was referring to pretty overpriced Lexar cards...), telling me they all had field failures even on cards well withing warranty.
  6. i wasted my entire youth on league of Legends... more than 10k wins at 51% Winrate, game takes about 25-30 mins on average id say.
  7. If seen BIOS Chips just die, so that might be your issue, most boards have jumpers to select a second chip, maybe that will help. Apart from that it sounds like a GPU thing, so you might wanna try to use your boards display output or try booting it without the GPU installed, then put it back in and hope it selects itself as primary GPU again.
  8. If you are mostly caring for sequential performance some cheaper DRAM less ssds might be worth a look as well. HDDs are still great for bulk storage, and at this point they even outperform LTO tapes in price for the most part. It all depends on your needs and prioritys
  9. Is the Dock itself showing up? I used a view in the past and some do show up even if no drive is connected, other dont start until they have connected. Do you have another known good drive to test the Dock with? (Just to make sure). If the Dock itself is OK theres a fair chance your drive (or at least the File system on it) is broken. Fixing might be possible through NTFS tools but it depends on what ecaxtly went wrong. There are also programm out there that will make a bit by bit image of the drive (assuming the hardware gets detected) and than can look for known file heads (like pictures, movies, archives, etc. ) But that takes time.
  10. If the Filesystem is broken than your PC will prompt you to make a new one You can try some recovery tools first, maybe they can look past the file systems meta data. Also make sure your OS can actually read the file system. If you plug a btrfs formated drive into a windows machine it will show up as RAW.
  11. Small update on the OS Version: I forced an update via powershell and now im on Version 1909, still the same Problem
  12. I was hoping someone might have an idea regarding narrowing down the Problem firs. If its a broken NIC i have to swap out hardware before i reinstall to avoid bits of old drivers hanging around I usually do a bit by bit image of my boot drive once all the drivers are installed to have a known good role back point and then end up not updating out of pure laziness
  13. Don't have a somewhat recent point unfortunately, i generally don't back up Windows since i have to reinstall it every couple of years anyway But i might be able to use a system generated one in case it actually was a update i missed.
  14. Nothing that i would be aware of, Windows update maybe. I did install a "new" GPU driver since the one in this machine is OCed to the moon and back by ASUS and doens't run the ones directly from AMD very well. Despite the fact that its an Enterpise OS Windows still installs some updates without telling me so i probably have to go through the update logs, maybe i can find something there. Also i am going to try and force an update since 1803 is kinda old... Not sure why it doesn't allow me to update the regular way.
  15. It has worked fine until last week But you are right, a bit more info cant Hurt
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