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RuslanZab

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  1. All right! Thank a lot for your help! I never even thought about using a PCIe card, but that might help, since Ethernet works fine. And yeah, as I mentioned, I tried changing WiFi adapters and that didn't help. Also, this problem has been persistent for about 3 months now, so it is not windows update.
  2. That is basically all I have plugged in anyway. My keyboard takes 2 USB ports, and my headphones plug in through USB. As I mentioned, I tried using the rear USB port for the adapter, but it did not change anything. Anyway, I will try again. Do you think the problem might be related to the errors I got in the device manager (screenshots above)?
  3. I am running 2020-01 Update for Windows 10 Version 1903 for x64-based Systems (KB4497165), 64-bit. Other peripherals are connected through USB. I have 4 other devices connected, but they are all connected on the back panel of the computer, separate from the WiFi adapter.
  4. Tried installing the drivers from the manufacturer's website. During the installation it just said "this driver is not compatible with your OS". Although I downloaded the right driver. And yeah, I have tried plugging in to both the front panel and the back panel of my computer, did not change anything.
  5. My WiFi cuts out for about every 30 minutes for a short amount of time. This does not happen on other computers in my house. This also doesn't happen when I am connected through Ethernet. I have tried changing WiFi adapters and tinkering in the network setting, but nothing works. I have made sure to have all of the USB ports and the adapter in a non battery saving mode. I tried uninstalling the device from the control panel, but nothing worked. I have noticed that I am getting some errors in the events of the device.
  6. The WiFi adapter power management setting were set up correctly, but the USB ports were not. I will test it out an let you guys know if it worked. Thanks!
  7. My WiFi cuts out for about 3 seconds every 30 minutes. This does not happen on other computers in my house. This also doesn't happen when I am connected through Ethernet. I have tried changing WiFi adapters and tinkering in the network setting, but nothing works. I think this issue is related to the motherboard, but I am not sure. I have an Aorus B450M, by the way.
  8. Well, at least you GPU is working. Mine is at 0% load, and I get 60 fps.
  9. My memory is supposed to run at 2400, which is also indicated in BIOS, but when I log into Windows my RAM runs much slower. I have set my XPM Profile to Profile1 in BIOS.
  10. Just tried it. Put everything on "Very High". GPU usage increased to about 15%, but CPU stayed the same. Fps did not change.
  11. I have a Ryzen 7 2700 and GTX 1060 3GB and 16 GB ram. When playing GTA 5 I get about 30% CPU load and 0% GPU load with about 60 fps. This only happens in this game and the settings do not seem to affect the load or the fps. I have already reinstalled game and updated chipset and graphics card drivers. I also made sure to turn of V-Sync in both the game and Nvidia Control Panel. I have absolutely no idea what is causing it, so I do not know what logs might be useful.
  12. 1. I have B450 Aorus M. 2. Plugging my headphones in to the front panel of my case seems to solve the problem. Thanks!
  13. Ever since I changed my motherboard, I have been getting static noise in the background. I think it is related to interference somehow. For example, when I drag a window, the noise becomes louder. Also, when I play a game with no sound, the static noise is very loud. In this case, should I get a DAC or an amp if I want to get rid of the noise and improve the sound quality? EDIT: Plugging in the headphones into the front panel of my case seems to solve the problem.
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