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PH.nischkar

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    Motherboard question

    Thank you for clarification. Maybe an old gaming (old model not 2nd hand) motherboard will do
  2. PH.nischkar

    Motherboard question

    But you are aiming for a low-cost motherboard while also aiming for 4k playback. I'd say a good graphics card will set you a great number of bucks, but some low cost motherboard mostly are obsolete Have you seen this? or are you trying to replicate it
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    Motherboard question

    Did you considered raspberry pi?
  4. PH.nischkar

    Gsync help

    what is your gpu
  5. PH.nischkar

    SSD not bootable

    I know this is asked so many times, but I am lacking options. My ssd won't show as bootable in the bios menu. I can only see windows boot manager. I installed ubuntu on my newly bought SSD, but I does not show up in my boot menu (F-12 in my laptop). I tried reseating it but to no avail. My laptop can only see the installation media (USB) and windows boot manager (installed in HDD), furthermore I tried switching it to legacy but it can not boot that way. My installation is EFI, and uses the whole ssd for linux. I thought that the ssd might be faulty so I put it in my desktop and it worked like charm (it booted) without prior setup, it just worked I only need to choose it in the boot menu. TLDR: My desktop can see my SSD as bootable, but my laptop doesn't INFO: laptop: acer e14 e5-475G (contains windows 10) desktop: gigabyte motherboard (contains windows 8) ssd: KINGSTON SSDNOW UV400
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