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Edwan Kael

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About Edwan Kael

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday 1996-09-16

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Malaysia

System

  • CPU
    i5-3550P
  • Motherboard
    Acer mATX oem._.
  • RAM
    12GB of DDR3 @ 1600MHz
  • GPU
    Palit GTX 750 Ti StormX Dual
  • Case
    Acer Aspire T3-600 Case
  • Storage
    Seagate 1TB HDD
  • PSU
    OEM bundled 350W
  • Display(s)
    BenQ EW2440L
  • Cooling
    OEM cooler
  • Keyboard
    Gigabyte K7100 (Scissor membrane)
  • Mouse
    Logitech G402
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 home

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  1. Ubuntu boots in UEFI mode, I'm 100% positive. It's just that in order to boot into it, you have to set ubuntu to one time mode in EasyUEFI in order to make it the first in boot priority. However, the next time it boots, it boot into windows again. There's isn't a way to make it permanent AFAIK.
  2. Anyway to prevent it from getting overwritten? The bios doesn't have many option, not even set supervisor password.
  3. His laptop only have secure boot key management when secure boot was set to custom.
  4. Hey guys, I've been looking everywhere for solution, this is actually for my friend's computer, not mine. My current machine: 1. "Nettop" from 2009: running xubuntu 16.04, atom 330, 2GB DDR2, 500GB HDD. 2. Acer E5-574G: dual boot xubuntu 16.04 and win10, 6200u, 12GB ram, 240GB SSD. 1st one is of course not using an uefi bios, so install is really simple, just install and good to go 2nd one is using uefi, but still not hard at all, just put grubx64.efi as trusted in uefi menu **Actual question start here:** My friend's laptop (Acer Z1402-31ZJ)- i3-5005U,4GB RAM,1TB HDD After installing Ubuntu 16.04, it boot directly to windows 10. I know that's normal, so I tell him to add grubx64.efi as trusted. But this is the laptop eufi menu. I have no clue. Seriously. Thanks for the help in advance. Pictures are attached below. https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B064pHHFjm71enJhMXZWWkI4UDQ
  5. The tablet that I'm using is the teclast x80h, I've seen a lot of fixes, but they all fail to solve the issue lol
  6. I tried, but it'll revert back once I move the tablet.
  7. My windows 10 tablet acelerometer works, but only portrait and flipped portrait work correctly, 90 and 270 degree "switched" Is there any way I can trick windows into thinking "90=270 270=90"? or is there a proper fix or recalibration? I've searched for while now, and reinstall driver or registry doesn't work.
  8. I've always wanted to get a projector for hostel use where I can use it to play games, or watch movies with friends.
  9. I'm using a wireless membrane keyboard which is bundled with an acer prebuilt for almost 4 years now,it would be nice to have something mechanical since I'm currently studying software engineering in college.
  10. Been using the the k7100 from gigabyte for years now, which is indeed scissor switches. Both chiclet (laptop) and scissors works well for me. Both options are welcome
  11. Any recommendations for a chiclet style keyboard that doesn't break the bank? Planning on replacing my current wireless membrane keyboard.
  12. I've switched to ubuntu 16.04 for three days now,and I'm quite happy about it. (other than fixing driver issues and other problems) The last ubuntu version I've used is 13.04 on my old pc,so switching to ubuntu as primary os wasn't really a major issue. I also have windows 10 as a second boot option.
  13. Yup,and each of us have a single id and password to sign into. That's why right now I'm using a windows tablet to connect to that wifi and logged in,and makes it a wifi hotspot so that other devices can use that connection at the same time.
  14. Nope,it only runs off wifi. Well it does have one,but it's outside of the apartment.
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