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  1. @oscar7601 Have you tried to look it up by the port it is trying to connect to (or are they all randomized? Have you looked at your services list and/or startup tasks to make sure nothing weird is in there? Are these messages sent out at specific times or when certain apllications are running? Like when you start up or shutdown? Login or logout? As you say there is something strange obviously running on your computer but I have never seen this before... EDIT - I also found this thread which might help -> https://forum.comodo.com/forum/general-discussions/contact-comodo/144-firewall-events-logs-broken-by-chinese-characters-and-possible-undetected-spyware
  2. I have submitted a request to Gigabyte Support for help with fan control but it can 3-7 days before I get a reply. If I do hear anything useful, I will let you know
  3. So it sounds like something in the router or upstream switch. I assume you connect directly to the router provided by your ISP - right? I would contact the ISP support. Sorry but this is one weird problem that is hard to diagnose.
  4. I missed the part that it is blocking your phone. If you disconnect your phone from the wifi, can you download then?
  5. Do you have a firewall, anti-virus, malware solution that could be blocking Chrome?
  6. I haven't tried yet. I was researching options. My case fans can all easily be set in the Motherboard BIOS. No software required. Have you tried the Aorus Engine Software that you can get from Gigabyte? I am at work right now and I can't do any testing on the gaming pc.
  7. How are you setting the fan curve? I have the same 2070 card you have and I want to setup a fan curve as well. I was hoping there was a way to directly change the default fan curve instead of requiring MSI afterburner to load on startup to force the change.
  8. @linusfanboi_skrub1 Here are some options for you to use:
  9. Cool. I always wondered if you could do this for a PC.
  10. @Andrei1092 What Gigabyte motherboard do you have?
  11. As what @yaboistar said. I would just to make sure open up the laptop to look at the Memory you have now for 2 reasons: 1. This will tell you if you have an open slot to add more memory 2. You can get the exact part number of the ram in the laptop so there is no question as to the speed. You might even be able to buy a matching stick if the memory is consumer based (or something really close to it).
  12. That is great to hear! Thanks for updating the thread
  13. I believe that means the fastest you are going to be allowed to run that ram is 2400Mhz. It should still work but at a lower speed.
  14. @Niber If I am reading the above screen correctly, you are using a Ryzen 3 2200G CPU right? It seems the max speed the CPU can support is 2933mhz according to the above specification I found on NewEgg.com. Also did you check the compatibility for the motherboard as well? https://www.asus.com/us/Motherboards/TUF-GAMING-X570-PLUS-WI-FI/HelpDesk_QVL/
  15. I tried to lookup how to do a bios from USB and I found the following. It is for a Tomahawk motherboard but I imagine the process has to be similar. Hopefully it helps: Hello, This mobo has Flashback+, so a CPU is not required to update bios. To use it do that: - Download >>Bios V1.82<<. - Extract then copy the file "E7C02AMS.182" on the empty root of the USB pen (no more than 16GB and FAT32 (not FAT) partition). - Rename "E7C02AMS.182" to "MSI.ROM". - Power off. - Plug the pen in the Flashback+ port on the back panel: - Power on and wait 5s. - Press the Flash Bios button on the back panel (see upper figure). Does the Flash Bios LED (+ USB pen light if there is) flash (you could have to wait around 2mn)? . If definitvely not, try with another USB pen because Flashback+ seems to not recognize some model (I don't know why). . If yes, be patient because load process can run up to 10mn. - If Flashback+ has goodly ended, power off PSU, unplug the power cord and wait 10s after all mobo's leds light off. To finish, one remark: if you do not use a Ryzen 3000, load rather >>Bios V1.50<< (E7C02AMS.150). V1.70 and 1.82 are buggy for current CPUs and AMD (not MSI) refuses any downgrade from them (fortunately a tool permit to do that). Have a good day, I found it on this support thread:https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=320766.0 all credit should go to the OP rbleroy91
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