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About Snifferdog3

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  • Gender
  • Location
    Somewhere in a virtual world....
  • Interests
    Tech, Gaming, bass, mountain biking


  • CPU
    AMD Phenom II x4 965 Black Editon
  • Motherboard
    Asus M4A785D-M PRO
  • RAM
    8GBs DDR2 800Mhz In Duel Channel By SK Hynix (Hyundai Electronics)
  • GPU
    Asus Nvidia GTX 760 DirectCU II OC Edition 2GBs Vram
  • Case
    Cooler Master Storm Scout 1
  • Storage
    Crucial MX500 500GB SSD, Samsung SP2004C 200GB HDD, 1x Western Digital WD3200AAKS-00SBA0 300GB HDD, 1x Wester Digital WD5000AADS-00M2BO 500GB HDD, 1X Seagate Barracuda 400GB HDD
  • PSU
    Corsair VS650
  • Display(s)
    1x Aoc 2436 (Main), 1x HP w19
  • Cooling
    Cpu = Masterair MA410p, side panel fans = arctic f12, top+back+front = Idk
  • Keyboard
    A cheap thing that lights up.
  • Mouse
    Another cheap thing that lights up.
  • Sound
    Logitech speakers
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. Snifferdog3

    Rooting LG G3

    Yes but it just says making backup please wait, click the m when backup completed. But it never Compleats...
  2. Snifferdog3

    Rooting LG G3

    King root is useless, not sure what to do. It's not my main phone it's my old one I just wanted to root it to play around with. And I'm 30c version. Ugh wish I had never upgraded it to Marshmellow. It's been nothing but issues.
  3. Snifferdog3

    Rooting LG G3

    Ok it didnt work the Kingroot way. what now? also do i need a sdcard? I have one but havnt got it in the device.
  4. Snifferdog3

    Rooting LG G3

    Im trying the link u sent earlier. the KingRoot.
  5. Snifferdog3

    Rooting LG G3

    also i got the marshmellow software from LG, not a custom rom. although i would like to put a custom rom on, but i cant root it. thats why im here.
  6. Snifferdog3

    Rooting LG G3

    says software version V30c-222-88
  7. Snifferdog3

    Rooting LG G3

    30b? whats that? im using the d855 model.
  8. Snifferdog3

    Rooting LG G3

    Hey, today i tried to root my LG G3 using this (https://forum.xda-developers.com/lg-g3/general/guide-root-lg-firmwares-kitkat-lollipop-t3056951) while all seemed to work when it got to the final part "rooting phone" it failed, i kept restarting it but same thing. i believe its because the root tool is for android 5.1, but my lg g3 is on marshmellow as i flashed it onto the phone from pc using the update tool from LG. now i want to try downgrading the phone back to 5.1 and seeing if that works. how do i do this? there is no option in LGs update tool. Thanks :D
  9. Snifferdog3

    Asus strix b450 f wont read hdd after auto overclock

    you might have damaged it. did you change the BCLK?
  10. Snifferdog3

    Moving OS only to SSD

    just install windows 10 to the new SSD using a USB stick. it wont format your HDD.
  11. Snifferdog3

    Minecraft WTF is wrong with you?

    possibly there end, if you managed to download it you must have internet, contact mojang about it.
  12. Snifferdog3

    Help: Partitioning USB Drive

    Been as its unallocated I'm guessing is got no files on it? If so format the usb stick in Windows file manager and see if that fixes it. If not, do as mentioned above. Remove the 1gb partition and it should go to one big unallocated partition then.
  13. Snifferdog3

    Posible power problem??

    Any luck?
  14. Snifferdog3

    Black screen display from time to time

    could be the monitor then, as it did it with your laptop. try reseting the monitor to default settings and using the recommended resoloution and refresh rate.
  15. Snifferdog3

    Posible power problem??

    Ah that makes alot more sense now. ok so it looks like it could possibly be your boot order. it might be trying to boot from the steam HDD instead of the os HDD. when you boot up the pc (have both HDD plugged in) wait till the asus screen comes up then look for some text that should read something like "press DEL to run setup" something like that anyway, repetitively tap the key it stated (usually Del, esc, f2 etc..) and you should be taken to the BIOS. now DONT touch anything your not sure about ok? look for a menu called something like BOOT, then in than menu look for a sub menu called BOOT ORDER (note: some bios dont have this sub menu instead the boot menu takes you straight to the boot order), then once in there it should show your 2 HDDs. using the keys it tells you to use, move the HDD that has the OS on to the very top of the list. then proceed to the exit and save menu, and save changes. some things might be different on your bios but just look for a boot order ok. if you are stuck just ask