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About TekSupport

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  • Interests
    Pc Gaming, Tek stuff,
  • Occupation
    IT Support


  • CPU
    i7 7700K Overclocked
  • Motherboard
  • RAM
    16GB DDR4 3000Hz
  • GPU
    GTX 1080 Ti
  • Storage
    480GB SSD+2TB Hybrid HDD
  • PSU
    Corsair 750M
  • Display(s)
    Samsung 27" 1080p Display + 4k Samsung 27"
  • Cooling
    BeQuite CPU Fan Cooler
  • Keyboard
    Razer Blackwidow
  • Mouse
  • Sound
    7.1 Logitech Headset
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. Specs: Macbook Air 2017 CPU:I5-5350U Ram: 8GB Storage: 128GB Looking for what i can run to diagnose the issue. I have completed a fresh install of Mac OS and updated to 11.4 Big Sur. I have run Apple Diagnostics to check the hardware. I have run Memtest86 and have come up with 0 errors. However i have noticed that in cpu temps in the summary of memtest86 it shows min/max/ave being : 56C/102C/81C. I am not too familiar with Mac's but this is as far as i have got with tests i have run. The issue that occurs the most is the excel not
  2. Well ran a quick test and it allows connection to a WPA2-EAP network and then broadcasts WPA2-PSK network. Will have to wait till i can get this installed in the customers' site and make sure they are ok with it, beforehand. Thanks all for the help.
  3. Currently the only device i have found which may be able to do this for me is the GL.iNET GL-AR300M, which I have ordered and see if it actually does, if not i will give your suggestion a go, Thanks for the help. The Wireless repeater, GL.iNET GL-AR300M runs on openWRT so I'm hoping this should do the trick as it should support WPA2-EAP. Also speed and latency isn't a huge concern as the information being communicated is not data intensive and usually runs on a IOT sim card using about of 10MB a month. Thanks.
  4. We have a IOT telemetry Device that we usually setup with a 4g board but because in this customer site the mobile signal is non existent, and without setting up a external antenna system which will set us down at least £1000, we replaced this with a wifi board however this does not support WPA2-EAP so the manufacture of the IOT device suggested we use a Wifi Repeater to work as a middle man. (we have a group of 4 of these devices in one area and trying to look for a cost effective solution). We have access and credentials for the WPA2-EAP, also the credentials we were given are for
  5. I'm trying to get a wifi repeater that connects to a WPA2-EAP network then transmits a new SSID with WPA2-Personal. After speaking to someone at netgear they said that the NetGear EX6120 would support it, but it doesn't. It does retransmit a new SSID but isn't compatible with WPA2-EAP. Ideally if this is something that is compact.
  6. Since there is no feedback, not even the PSU fan running, then the first thing that comes to mind is the front panel connectors. I would remove them, then plug them back in and double check that they are in the right position. (check the motherboard manual.)
  7. Just looked a little closer at the picture, the power supply looks like a 5+ year old power supply, I haven't seen that 4 pin peripheral in years, (used to be used for CD and IDE HDD) although this will work with hardware that is of similar age but may not to newer hardware. Or you got a DOA motherboard, Regardless i would get a 80+ bronze power supply at least. I would get a second opinion on this.
  8. try rotating the power switch connector on the bottom of the motherboard, so the word power switch is facing downwards.
  9. how have you tested power supply, on another pc?
  10. unplug everything except the cpu power connected and the 24 pin connector and 4 pin cpu fan connector Then try again
  11. Does the power supply fan come on? Does the cpu cooler fan come on? Have you tested the Power supply?
  12. please include full specs regardless of whether you think its irrelevant, also describe the issue more. Read this. CPU: Motherboard: Ram: GPU: PSU: Storage: Operating system: Other: How have you got the monitor setup, is it connected to your gpu or motherboard (cpu). preferably Include a picture of your motherboard connected, making sure to include ones that show all the power connection on your motherboard. People can't help you if you dont include all necessary information.
  13. Budget (including currency): Up to £1500 Country: United Kingdom Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: Excel Spreadsheet work (Lots of data, lots of formulas) Other details (existing parts lists, whether any peripherals are needed, what you're upgrading from, when you're going to buy, what resolution and refresh rate you want to play at, etc): Currently on a i7 8700 with 8GB of Ram, 256 GB SSD. Using Office for Business 2019. Currently Im stumped if a upgrade will even help, nothing seems to be maxing out, ram runs at 60-70%, CPU running at 30% ish.
  14. I spoke to their support for about an hour in which first they said it was compatible then after trying a few things, then speaking to their superior, it wasn't on their supported list of CPU's. I want to rule out the possibility of the power supply being the issue, also if there is a non hp bios I could use.
  15. PC Specs, HP Prodesk 400 G6 SFF CPU: Intel Core i3 9100 Ram 8GB DDR4 Storage: 258GB M.2 SSD Power Supply:180W Trying to upgrade to i7 9700K, Updated BIOS both through the BIOS menu (gives option for network bios update, gets it straight from HP's Servers) (ver 02.07.01) Using HP's support assistant, Updated the chipset files from the HP website. (don't think its the correct chipset files i need) When the i7 9700k is installed the pc beeps 3 long beeps then 4 short beeps. No boot screen, continues like this until i power it off.