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  1. dude, what the hell is that thing imprinted on the back window of your car? how can you drive around like that?
  2. anybody notice the text on the chairs and on any of the posters hanging on the walls is backwards> what's the name of that video editor again?........ LOL
  3. I watched this video and the only thing I could see is that inch and a half hair growing out of Linus' auricle.
  4. funny, all I could do is quote. don't know why?
  5. try in safe mode......... also, other anti malware and av programs will do this also.
  6. I can remember how expensive all that shit was.
  7. I would try maintaining my HD. clean it out/make sure there's enough space/check page file. do a malware sweep. check internet connection ( assume games are relate to... ). if they run bad on low something else is at fault. maybe heat from cpu and/or graphics card. or maybe the MB is getting hot spots. try redirecting fans to blow down on and across all of board. some games will make your card run hotter as will connection ( hdmi vs DP I've noticed ) makes the board hotter. see if you can disable hdr. replace thermal paste.
  8. how much ram are you running now? and no, don't waste your money on 1600. been there.
  9. dropping it doesn't help. toss it. it's over. since you were able to boot with the laptop drive, maybe reinstall that, boot, and when at desktop you can hook up the bad PC drive and pull data off it? (hot swap- it may find it right away or you may need to reboot for windows to see it. _)
  10. thermal grizzly . sounds nasty. does it growl and have hair....LOL
  11. with the machine off.......... reset jumper on the motherboard or remove battery for a minute and replace . ( same way you took it out )
  12. so leave the laptop drive out. hook the original HD back up the way it was ( same cable on HD and board ). reset cmos. boot.