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  1. sorry for late reply. Yes, i tried that, and i tried different modes such as duplicating displays or extending them, i just can't change the resolution....
  2. well i did manage to make it detect the monitor but now i cant change the resolution of the monitor.
  3. Hi Guys! Ok so, i got a HP ProBook 6460b Notebook (Laptop). Its screen is broken so i plugged in a 1280x1024 aspect ratio monitor to the laptop via VGA. Now the issue that i am running into is that, the laptop does output to the monitor but it uses the laptop's native resolution on the monitor and it doesn't even let me change the resolution. In fact, it doesn't even seem to detect the monitor as an output and just sees it as a native laptop display. So, it appears as a 1366x768 resolution stretched over the square-ish monitor. Please help me out. Thanks though. S
  4. Nice, ima watch some benchmarks of it and plan to buy it i guess Thanks alot.
  5. True, *Powerful, newer architecture, more vram, faster clock speeds* seem good reasons to get the 1650 Super, would it fit in my pc though?
  6. Budget (including currency): Can afford Both. Country: Pakistan Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: For GTA V, PUBG Lite, Android OS Emulation on PC (e.g Bluestacks), Rocket League, and some other triple a titles maybe. AND Video Editing and Visual Creation in After Effects. 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): --> Alright so, I have a Dell optiplex 7010 Mini Tower PC, with a core i5-3470 and
  7. Bro show me the solution of phoenix os resoulution please 

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    2. Abdouziane


      Oh okey but any soulutions i stuck at this problem long time 


    3. ThatOneLEo


      Oh well, sorry man, i didn't come on the forum for ages. 

      The solution is using EasyBCD to boot it, You can see the woltrx ROC topic on how to install Phoenix OS Using EasyBCD, and that works.

  8. Actually i've been using phoenix os for a long time, and i switched to ROC a few days back. I Followed all your steps and installed Phoenix OS Roc using the Ext4 method and it worked. I booted into it, worked fine. But after a few days, when i tried to boot into it, it says "Emergency Remount R/0", system restarts and Phoenix OS ROC doesn't boot. This occured to me a few times in previous versions of phoenix os when i installed it using an iso. But in newer versions, it works fine. The only possible way for me that i know was to reinstall windows and then install ROC again, and it works but th
  9. So.. how do i find out that it won't cause any problem?
  10. funny thing, he asked the question and answered it himself. I just confirmed it ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
  11. it never had any issues before and upto now, its working fine. I don't think that the PSU would cause a problem or the Motherboard.
  12. I think the Motherboard is dead, cause i had the same issue. The PC is unable to send signal to the Monitor, and hence, the Motherboard is dead. Do check that if any of the other components are faulty.
  13. So it means, i do not need to change my PSU to 300watts? and the Graphic card would work on 275watt?
  14. So, Hi There! Thanks for clicking here, now here's my doubt, which i really need your help to clear. I have a dell optiplex 7010, the medium sized tower version i think. Its serial number is 724WF2S. It doesn't have a gpu in it cause its a prebuilt system, but it does have a slot for a gpu and there is a three pin connector somehow. I was wondering if i could put a GT 1030 OC 2gb GDDR5 64bit memory (https://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Card/GV-N1030OC-2GI#kf) would work in it. It doesn't need a connector though. The link to the graphic card is down below. Now, this PC has a PSU, but idk of h