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  1. Yes, I'm cloning the 24gb boot drive to the 128gb new boot drive with Windows 10.
  2. Hi so basically as you can see from the picture, I cloned a 24gb ssd onto a 128gb ssd and I now only have 24gb available on that 128gb one!! Can I please have some help on how to revert this please. I'm using AOMEI backupper and I have the old ssd and I can reinstall it if needed, basically all I want to know is how to get this to show as a 128gb again and then be able to clone 24gb's worth if stuff onto it, whilst still being 128gb. Thanks!
  3. Hey so I'll try to keep this short 'n' sweet, but today, since it's the weekend, I decided to put a custom ROM onto an old Nexus 7, which of course requires rooting the device, but as part of the process you have to load a custom driver onto the root of the tablet, but, as you can see, windows says the best driver is already installed but obviouslyto finish the process I need to disable that feature somehow. Is it possible? Any more info I'll provide. Thanks
  4. It doesn't register/ show up at all, just says "Microsoft basic display adapter"
  5. Hey so I built a new decent low end PC the other day and to my horror the drivers won't install either off the AMD website or the driver disk included in the box and isn't detected in device manager, I tried uninstalling previous drivers with DDU and each time the install stops immediately, saying something won't install. I'm kinda stumped here, can I please have some help? 
  6. I know mostly they look the same, but this one only has one disk drive and what looks like a FireWire port on the front.
  7. Hey so I built a new decent low end PC the other day and to my horror the drivers won't install either off the AMD website or the driver disk included in the box and isn't detected in device manager, I tried uninstalling previous drivers with DDU and each time the install stops immediately, saying something won't install. I'm kinda stumped here, can I please have some help?
  8. Yeah sorry about the paragraphs also the card doesn't show up in device manager, so I guess my last hope is heat gunning the die to see if that will help as a last resort. Thanks though.
  9. Hey so the other day I was browsing eBay for a low profile GPU to fit into a second PC after I bought an i3 2120 based low size prebuilt for a little over $12 all included, and this got me thinking that I could take a risk on a 'faulty' RX 460 LP from MSI for $20 on eBay, giving me a great value for money build at about $30 for a decent eSports PC that would fit my desk perfectly. So the GPU I bought, long story short, didn't work after a thorough cleaning and re-application of thermal paste, and the PC I have it in only works off the iGpu even if the card is installed and I plug the DVI cable into the motherboard, and when I plug it into the card, it refuses to display at all. So I disabled the iGpu, which didn't help, so now before I try any more invasive procedures, which I'm happy to do if required, I'd like to know if it's worth my effort, or is this card completely dead? As for the fans, they spin up on boot and shutdown for a split second, and I observed they were working at a respectable speed when the iGpu was disabled and I was getting no signal directly from the video card, so I know they work normally, the card didn't smell of burning when I tore it down, the PCB is in good condition with one minor stain on the back, which doesn't cover any traces and I'm pretty sure has nothing to do with the problem. I'm willing to try anything with this card, as like I said at the start it'll be a nice little PC if I get this up and running.
  10. Also could It be that the power cable could be underpowered for the task?
  11. The electricity thing is just a guess, and after further inspection the noise (a low, static buzz) does seem to be coming from the PSU.
  12. Hi so basically I live in the UK where the supposed maximum power output is around 3,000 Watts from the wall, surely enough to power a ~450W PC? However I cannot find another explanation as to why my PC worked fine in my old house, (well 'Fine' meaning that I got through setup and started browsing a little) but now it keeps randomly shutting down? I've compiled a potential list of errors that could lead to this 1. Dodgy power cable- most likely I'd say since I have no idea which cable I used to power my computer at my old house, so could be a different one/ one that couldn't output enough power through the fuse. 2. Lack of power from the wall- unlikely, however I have no idea to be honest. 3. I'm using a Chinese motherboard, so could it be a power allocation thing?- Unlikely, since I got it working for a while at my old home, and it's no other components since the PSU and every other component has been used in a past build, ALTHOUGH as a little side note here the PSU has started making a little crackling noise (or at least I think it's the PSU) although it did that at my old home with no problems. 4. Something else entirely? Honestly possible, but after looking back on what I said, I think the PSU may be the problem, so does anyone know of a good cheap 500~ Watt PSU that's preferably modular if that is the issue? Any questions and I'll try to answer accordingly. Thanks, David
  13. That basically, I just want to put my m.2 ssd into the slot on my new motherboard which is a Chinese LGA 1356 board, so is there any chance I can force the BIOS to recognise the SATA M.2 as an NVME because it's a cost I want to spare.
  14. I know it's just for a friend until I can get him a 80+ bronze or something like that that .can push out ~500w
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