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Nano Adam

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  1. This one is currently on a deal for a 3 pack today. https://www.amazon.com/Introducing-eero-mesh-WiFi-system-3-pack-/dp/B07WMLPSRL/ref=sr_1_2_sspa?crid=QQSZPUZF2MQK&dchild=1&keywords=eero+mesh+wifi+system&qid=1592772523&sprefix=eero+mesh+%2Caps%2C178&sr=8-2-spons&psc=1&spLa=ZW5jcnlwdGVkUXVhbGlmaWVyPUExR05OWVFZNjQ3VlNOJmVuY3J5cHRlZElkPUEwNzE3NDQ2M1JMNERVRjBKUDFHVCZlbmNyeXB0ZWRBZElkPUEwOTQzMTU1MUJCMU1HTDQ0WEdHUiZ3aWRnZXROYW1lPXNwX2F0ZiZhY3Rpb249Y2xpY2tSZWRpcmVjdCZkb05vdExvZ0NsaWNrPXRydWU= I personally would suggest this non-mesh one since it works perfect in my home: https://www.amazon.com/NETGEAR-R6700-Nighthawk-Gigabit-Ethernet/dp/B00R2AZLD2/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=netgear+r6400v2&qid=1592772547&sr=8-1 If you want an ethernet outlet in another room then something like this could also work: https://www.amazon.com/TP-Link-AV600-Powerline-Ethernet-Adapter/dp/B00AWRUICG/ref=sr_1_3?crid=33TMGALIE1MH3&dchild=1&keywords=powerline+ethernet+adapter&qid=1592772593&sprefix=powerline+e%2Caps%2C165&sr=8-3
  2. You could easily go with something like this: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000EOPQ7E/ref=dp_cerb_2
  3. Well then we are very alike in terms of ISP. I actually bought a Motorola MG7540 and I regret that decision since it had a Router + Modem Combo type. I just recently put that modem into bridge mode and bought a router to use. So, here is my suggestion, buy a Modem ONLY, then buy a separate router.
  4. When you boot with the USB into the computer, it asks you if you would want to try out the Linux Distro or want to install it. You choose try out. I suggest you use something like Ubuntu as that is well known.
  5. Create a bootable Linux USB and get into Live CD try-out mode, open the disks application and wipe your disk! Then re-try installing Windows 10
  6. How many months/years have you been using the laptop for? You could try re-formatting the hard-drive, but this sometimes means that hard-drive is not cooperating.
  7. You could convert to JPEG and then find a application that can do mass compression.
  8. You could use a algato stream deck. (sorry for wrong spelling)
  9. Just find out what key lets you choose the boot device, then select your SSD
  10. Oh yea! He needs a router instead of a switch first! I re-checked my facts!
  11. Then you should be fine! Or, the laptop replacement you were sent is most likely activated, so I don't think you would face an issue.
  12. I remember seeing that happening in action.
  13. Were you signed into a microsoft account on your old laptop? Also, It will be as you left it. Except the laptop condition. lol
  14. Most likely not! Just replace them as normal!
  15. I am speaking about that the router will handle any devices. It is modem > router > switch.
  16. If you have any future questions, feel free to contact me or here on the forum!
  17. I am a type of person who prefers to work from scratch, and replacing all the fans will let me know how that system work since I am the one who replaced it. Best to wait what others say!
  18. Find a 4 port switch, and connect that to your modem, then two routers from that switch. I would suggest the router to have enough ports as you will need for the customer PC's. Or, let's say in Room 1 you work on customers pc's, then have a wire straight from the modem switch to that room, and have a router in there connected, that way you can unplug the router whenever you don't need it easily. Then the other router for your home, connect the 24-port switch to the home router, and then setup the rest however you like! I suggest two routers since I would personally spend the bit of extra money for that. I am not experienced in VLAN, so I don't know if I would take that route or not!
  19. In this case, I would also replace the fans that it is connected to.
  20. If your Eero Mesh Network base is a router, then plug the switch into it. You plug the base of the Mesh into the modem. Also, my suggestion would be to have 2 routers. One router for your home traffic. But then another router for your customer PC's. Both routers plug into the modem (assuming modem has 2 ports). Or you can do a VLAN solution, which I never ran into.
  21. So. Most home consumers run into something called a Modem/Router combo. A modem router combo is a router + modem + switch. It provides your home with wifi, and let's you plug in ethernet devices. All the modem does is that it decodes the ISP signal so your devices can understand it. Now the good person would do is get 3 things: - Modem - Router - Switch The modem will decode your ISP signal which you plug into the router. The router handles giving your devices IP Addresses, and routing the internet traffic, but won't provide WiFi, unless you get one with wifi. Some routers have built in switches, usually 4 ports which let you plug in your devices Then all the switch does, it takes in the router, then allows you to have more ports to use. Additionally, an access point gives the wifi to your devices. But if you are ethernet only, then access point not required. -- My setup for instance is that my Motorola Modem handles decoding the signal, but then my router routes the traffic and acts as an access point and switch.
  22. I don't think you should have a problem. Linus explains the answer in here: And you can get some entertainment out of it while you learn the solution!