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Lalit Kumar

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About Lalit Kumar

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday May 22, 2000

Profile Information

  • Location
    India
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Computers, Beermoney
  • Occupation
    Student

System

  • CPU
    Intel Corei3 3220 3.3 Ghz (3rd Gen)
  • Motherboard
    gigabyte h61m-s1
  • RAM
    6 GB
  • GPU
    Asus Nvidia Geforce GTX 1050 2GB
  • Case
    Shitty One
  • Storage
    250GB Barracuda HDD
  • PSU
    450W Corsair
  • Display(s)
    viewsonic vx1932wm 19" 1440x900 Monitor
  • Cooling
    2x Cheap Fans
  • Keyboard
    Logitech K120
  • Mouse
    Hiraliy S10 (Cheap but Good)
  • Sound
    creative sbs a300
  • Operating System
    Windows 10/Kali (Dual Boot)

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  1. Your Master boot record is botched. It either happened randomly or your windows installation was not completed properly. Here what you should do : Disconnect all the drives except the windows one. Plug in your windows installation usb and boot into the installation media. Choose repair your computer. Choose troubleshoot. Choose comand prompt. Enter these commands. bootrec /FixMbr bootrec /FixBoot bootrec /ScanOs bootrec /RebuildBcd Close everything and try to boot again. It should work. If this doesn't work, you can just reinstall win
  2. You are using swift key. The keyboard settings will be in swift key's settings not in the system's.
  3. I can't make out much from the images itself but in the first image, it's a regular RGB connector from a controller to the strip. The controller requires 12v which is sometimes taken from molex if your mobo doesnt have a rgb controller builtin. So it's pretty much a regular rgb strip connected to a controller that's powered through a molex.
  4. Have you tried searching for edl points on the motherboard ?
  5. The other one is not the official website. If they have some other roms which is not on the official website, its most probably a community port release. That being, you can just find the exact same ROM on XDA with way more information and a few reviews wether there are any bugs or anything.
  6. Yeah it's cool. Happy holidays. I was just having some fun
  7. So I was watching the YouTube Algorithm and Future of LTT video on LMG Clips and the description link to the full video is to a full blown honey ad. Why ?
  8. Anything based on the AOSP will be good. Also there are very few official port for Vivo's V series. But there are plenty of unofficial ports you can find on the XDA forums.
  9. Dude. Check your power input. Look around the power brick. Check the power output of the brick. It's usually around 5V and a few amps. Then download the Ampere app and check the input current. If it's very low, like 500 miliamps then i'm pretty sure it's your port that's dead. Get it changed.
  10. It's actually better to have the controls in the notifications tab. Being in the notifications tab make it possible to change the track without going to the homescreen. Although they shouldn't have removed the widget feature. It was not it they were conflicting in any way.
  11. The worst thing that can happen is a softbrick. Not a big issue. But do it only if you are comfortable.
  12. Since you are a noob as you said, here's the easiest tutorial. https://forums.oneplus.com/threads/guide-onyx-how-to-unlock-bootloader-install-custom-recovery-root-take-efs-backup-more.401713/ Also, since it's a oneplus, I can help you step by step just because how easy the device is to customize. If you want me to guide you, reply and we can talk in PM
  13. Nice ! Thanks of the correction too. Realme X seems like a great device. I thought the Mi A series had 4000mah battery as it is pretty much the standard for Xiaomi devices
  14. So you basically want a phone with <6" screen size, good battery and stock android ? Well, most of the modern devices have a screen size >6". I would recommend the Xiaomi Mi A1. It has a 5.5" screen, no notch, simple yet nice design, SD 625, 4000mah battery and android One. The Mi A2 is a good choice too for her. Also, check out the Mi A2 Lite if that's available.
  15. Not from AU but if you wanna play, HowlinSniper's my username
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