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Pharr Carnell

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  1. is it one of the "low noise" type PSUs? Some PSUs they're built to not use the system fan till it reaches a certain temperature or load...
  2. He "lied to me"....really? On the Internet someone says "he lied to me"...that cannot possibly be true! Everyone knows people do not tell untruths on the Internet...or to their friends... OP...with a thousand plus post count; you need to ask these types of questions, relating to obviously attempting to use software contrary to its' Licensing obligations? It's a wonder you've not been howled down...further, asking questions along these lines? 'Tis simpler to google up whatever you want to know...
  3. seems more like a Windows hard drive issue to me...although 10 mostly is very forgiving [I mean you can plug a hard rive into a totally different system and it will boot to Windows] but then there's times when it just decides to shit itself...and there's nothing that will work other than a new install...and I've seen times where I have had to use an offline Linus dvd to wipe an drive because the USB just couldn't be seen by Windows...so...good luck!!
  4. All that processing power...in a classic case...and a GT 210? Sacrilegious...maybe it is Heaven's way of telling you you're due for a Graphics Card upgrade? LOL...could not resist the opportunity for a bit of a comedic view...tho that doesn't help your situation...and I cannot offer any advice!
  5. your link shows nothing....may also be an issue of the type of partition...UEFI or Legacy....GPT or MBR
  6. so if you're cluey, you can get by using cmd prompt to convert the types of disks, but honestly download and burn a rescue disk using an iso from any of the partition software companies...and use it to do the conversion...much easier and thus; almost foolproof... EaseUS or Partition Manager...and there's plenty of others....
  7. or Liquid Diamond or....recommendations of TIM are just the favourite material from the person who replied...if you go with a Corsair, no matter the model, you just fit it as supplied [with the default TIM already on the pump]...
  8. the first link; Price: $329.52 + No Import Fees Deposit & $10.52 Shipping to Australia Details the 2nd link; Price: $305.00 + $106.80 shipping with both pages displaying in English...not much of a choice is it?
  9. I've had a few different Corsairs over the years...no pump has ever failed...have had an H80i pump become somewhat noisier, but even that settled down over time. Am not saying a pump cannot fail...but not likely...even so obviously you'll need to get to the bottom of the problem...
  10. had a similar problem myself...though it was, I think, because I wanted to install Windows 7....did a lot of googling and came upon a Forum response somewhere, where the recommendation was to use Rufus to burn the iso to a USB, click the 'install NVM2 M.2 driver' and go from there...it worked, and have now used that method several times, on different PCs. The'trick' was to locate and download the MSI Utility Tool called "win7_smart_tool" - it is available from the MSI site, though can be difficult to find, from memory it is only listed on later series motherboards [think z170 or h110] anyways I found it used it...and recommend it. I have uploaded a copy of the file [bit less than 10MB] to filefactory.com...PM me if you want the direct URL to download the zip file. Hope this may work for you...
  11. if you mean you want to upgrade your PC to the latest Windows 10 build, then simply google up Windows 10 upgrade tool....download from the link and choose whichever way you want to proceed...easy as; and more sensible downloading the file direct from Microsoft rather than from 3rd. Party sources...
  12. I wouldn't think that an MSI Z170A-Pro Motherboard is much of an improvement over an Asus Z170P-D3 motherboard....I'm thinking that Fasauceome meant for you to upgrade to a B250 motherboard at the least [and preferably to a Z270].
  13. and if you're running Windows 10...networking is pretty much dead in the water...
  14. Other, less likely causes could be the PSU and ram; so if you cannot get an O/C going as instructed above by Tristerin...the seek to ascertain the PSU and Ram is all OK...
  15. Doh...one for the dummies! But at least you DID learn something that will help in the future....
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