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  1. Hi all, I have an ASUS Z270E Gaming mobo with a built-in Bluetooth adaptor. Recently, Bluetooth stopped working. The turn on/off toggle under "Bluetooth & other devices" disappeared, and any attempt to add a Bluetooth device fails. From a Microsoft online guide, I uninstalled the Bluetooth device from Device Manager. However, upon scanning for hardware changes, no Bluetooth devices comes up, only a USB device titled "Unknown USB Device (Device Descriptor Request Failed)". Trying to update the driver only gives the "The best drivers are already installed" message. I attempted to
  2. Ok, so somehow it let me into Windows (I don't think I even did anything, it just let me in for some reason), downloaded CrystalDiskInfo and got the following... Don't think that's a good sign lmao
  3. It's getting to a decent age, probably 4-6 years old? It's the boot drive, and the PC is constantly on as I mine off it when I'm not gaming and it also doubles as my media PC (media is on a 2 separate HDDs in RAID). So Doesn't have too many read/writes except for whatever windows does and if mining does any.
  4. This is the error I'm getting I unplugged and replugged all connections, still getting the error
  5. So I've never had this issue before, and I can't seem to find the answer from other people's posts. But my PC was working just fine, and I restarted it because Plex was playing up, but when it rebooted, the motherboard made a series of beeps, air somehow went through my water loop (idk how that happens??) and I got an error in the BIOS that there was a SMART Failure 1 on my boot SSD and it won't let me go past it. I checked in the BIOS (picture included) and from what I can see it all seems to be fine from what I've read? Am I missing something? How to get it to boot into windows? Should I
  6. Well I tried turning cleartype off and on and tried different profiles, but it still looks terrible. I read somewhere that it could have been a chroma subsampling issue and that amd may have been using a 4:2:2 format instead of the superior 4:4:4, but when I checked it is using 4:4:4. So I really have no idea why it does this
  7. and the moitor is just some generic display, nothing fancy. But the issue occurs regardless of what monitor is being used
  8. Yeah sorry, the first pic was before I changed overscan. But second pic is with the scaling right, but still has the weird text
  9. hi everyone, Just wondering if someone would be able to lend me any knowledge on this issue as it's quite frustrating and I really have no idea where to even begin to try and fix it. I'm running an asus amd radeon 290 and I just recently reinstalled windows 10 (this is like a secondary computer) and I noticed that before windows installs the gpu driver the text looks fine. But once the driver is installed, the text immeadiately becomes grainy, out of focus and hard to read. This occurs on any monitor (all hdmi) and at any resolution (typically 1080p, but it even happens on 4k)