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  1. p123

    Windows update issue

    windows 10 home,but they aint activated
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    Windows update issue

    Sure but it aint english,I can translate it though The first option says that I can keep my personal files and my applications The second says to keep all my personal files but the settings and the applications will be deleted The last one says that it will delete EVERYTHING I cant select none of this except the delete all option
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    Windows update issue

    Windows Update
  4. So,whenever I try to update my windows to the new version, I get the only option to delete all my files in order to update it.I want to keep my files becuase I need them,of course,and I cant download everything again.Is there any other solution so I can keep all my files intact?
  5. AMD,on my opinion,is more cost effective and very efficient too.Intel on the other side for the part of gaming,is simply better,but more expensive.In the end it comse to how many $ you want to spend.First option:AMD cheaper and better for editing and streaming,but also very effective for gaming,Second option Intel:Probably best gaming perfomance but more expensive.It your choice. (this all my opinion I may be wrong,you can correct me if you want to)
  6. So,I am planning to buy a gpu (since currently I am using igpu) however I am hesitating because I am not sure if my PSU can handle the watts necessary for my gpu I am planning to buy.The gpu I have in mind is a RX 570 from MSI The company reccomends consumers to have AT LEAST a 450Watt PSU,to use this gpu, and I have right now a 450W watt PSU(corsair CX 450).Is it safe to go on with the purchase of the graphics card since I have the minimum PSU requirement?Should I buy a new PSU?Right now the only part of Pc that consumes the most energy is the 2200g CPU with aTDP of 65W Thank you
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    Monitor issue?

    So,my monitor or pc has a problem.After I turn on the PC the monitor displays normally the booting screen.After that the monitor automatically turns off and shows "no connection".They are connected with a dvid cable and couple of hours ago they worked normally.What should I do?
  8. So, my motherboard has a HDMI and a DVI-D display port. My monitor has only a DVI-D display port. In the meantime I have no cable for display. If I bought a HDMI to DVI-D cable and connected them to my system and monitor would there be any problem with the resolution or anything?I was told I should buy a converter but I am not sure...What do you think?
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    HDD reuse

    So I have recently bought a new PC with very little SSD space (240GB).Can I reuse my older HDD in the new PC? If so,is there anything I must do so the new PC recognises the HDD or do I have just to connect it and it will be fine?
  10. Hey everyone I have recently purchased a PC and I need some help. Right now ,I have a previous used 1TB HDD which includes the OS(windows 10) and all my files and programs. The PC I purchased has an 120GB SSD.So I will use my previous HDD in this new system along with the SSD.My question is will I have to reinstall windows 10 in my new system or not since it already exists in the HDD? If so, can I somehow "transfer" the OS from the HDD to the SSD? Thank you
  11. So,I am thinking of buying a PC and these are the parts I have in mind: Case CoolerMaster Masterbox Lite 3.1 CPU AMD Ryzen 3 2200G SSD Kingston A400 240GB HDD 1Tb HDD 7200 RPM RAM Patriot Viper 4 Series 8GB DDR4-3000MHz Mobo Gigabyte B450M DS3H (rev. 1.0) PSU Corsair CX Series CX450 450W GPU Sapphire Rx 560 which will be added later in the build  This will mainly be a light gaming PC and web browsing Also,there wont be any problem that a graphics card will be added later since I have the CPU's intergrated graphics? Moreover,will there be any issues concerning the compatibility of these specs? Or will they work fine? What are your thoughts? Budget around 400-450$
  12. So,my motherboard has only one pin for a chassis fan but my case also includes 2 120mm fans. I know there is a cable that connects the fans with the PSU but i dont know which. Can you help me and if so, does every PSU have this kind of cable to power the fans? Thank you
  13. Not at all,I live in Europe
  14. So,I am thinking of buying a PC and these are the parts I have in mind: Case CoolerMaster Masterbox Lite 3.1 CPU AMD Ryzen 3 2200G SSD Kingston A400 240GB HDD 1Tb HDD 7200 RPM RAM Corsair Vengeance LPX 8GB DDR4-3000MHz CMK8GX4M2C3000C16 Mobo Gigabyte B450M DS3H (rev. 1.0) PSU Corsair CX Series CX450 450W GPU Sapphire Rx 560 which will be added later in the build This will mainly be a light gaming PC and web browsing Also,there wont be any problem that a graphics card will be added later since I have the CPU's intergrated graphics,right? What are your thoughts? Budget around 400-450$
  15. I have been considering this PSU Corsair CX Series CX450 It has a 80 Plus bronze certification and 450W seem enough since my power consumption should be 312W My budget is around 400-450$
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