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About Dido447

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  • Birthday 1994-05-06

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    I am relatively new to PC gaming, I switched over from my xbox back in september and have not really touched it other than a game of halo once in awhile. At this point I have built two computers mine and my friends and hope to build more in the future. Other than that I love gaming and hanging with friends.
  1. Verification 100% complete Windows Resource Protection could not perform the requested operation I've tried resetting before, if I reset with "keep my files" I get this error: "The drive where windows is installed is locked. Unlock the drive and try again" If I try "remove everything" I get "There was a problem resetting your PC." Thanks again for helping
  2. "Startup repair couldn't repair your PC" I'm willing to do a fresh install if that's the only option, it sucks but I'd rather have a working computer then nothing. Here are a few pics of my Bios if that helps at all btw
  3. Hmm, I have it set to windows boot manager and that's where it boots me. If I try to go back a build I get "We ran into a problem and won't be able to take you nack to the previous build. Try resetting your current build instead (troubleshoot > Reset this PC)."
  4. troubleshoot reset this pc advance settings system restore system image recovery startup repair command prompt uefi firmware settings go back previous build
  5. Oh okay, thanks Okay I can access the boot select, I'm booted into the boot manager. I've been messing around with it but nothing seems to work
  6. That's what I was wondering, okay so if it's not bricked maybe the m.2 driver is corrupt?
  7. You guys are my last hope outside of a repair shop. Issue: Laptop won't boot, I can only access the bios and built in windows startup settings. when the laptop boots Cause of issue: In short I was in the process of updating the bios for my laptop and I think windows kicked in with an update and restarted my computer in the middle of it. I don't remember what update it kicked in at because I was updating multiple drivers one after another. Here are two I know it could of been "improve system performance" & "Optimized PCIE SSD performance" Here is where I downloaded them. PC specs: OS - Win 10 64bit CPU - i7-6700HQ GPU - GTX 960m RAM - 8GB ddr4 samsung 850 evo m.2 SSD - 250gb (OS location) I installed this drive HHD - 1TB (storage) Laptop: Series - VN7-592G Model number - VN7-592G-71ZL I've tried fixing it myself but with no luck, I realize it might be bricked but I'm willing to try anything to save it. LTT forums, you are my only hope
  8. Nice gaming rig,I personally would bump that 8GB of RAM to 12GB but I do a lot of 3D work. 8.5/10 for me.
  9. Username - Dido447 Videos: https://www.vessel.com/videos/JYZEYDYx0 https://www.vessel.com/videos/JemZ8O7Hy
  10. So I just bought corsair's Vengeance 2100 headset the other day and discovered what I think might be a problem, I was wondering if anyone else has come across something similar. When I first tried my headset on I shook my head to see how secure it was, when I did this I noticed a rattling sound in the left ear-cup but didn't pay much attention to it because it only happened if I shook my head pretty fast back and forth. After 2 or 3 days I noticed a lack of bass in my left ear and started to wonder if the rattling had anything to do with it, maybe a loose driver or something. So I guess the main question I'm getting at is, has this happened to anyone else on here? and has anyone RMA something with Corsair before, how did it go? Oh also I bought it from Amazon and it got here Monday(7/14) would I return it to them or Corsair, Thanks.
  11. #262: socks and sandals are always in style
  12. #261: Always better than Bieber