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Liutauriux

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  1. I'm looking for software that I could boot off my usb that would help me diagnose my ssd and maybe partition it. I just want to make sure the drive is dead before getting a new one.
  2. Well that's what I was going to do, but now it doesn't even recognize it.
  3. So, after a recent abrupt shutdown my pc has become unbootable. I tried booting into variuos linux distros to move the files off of my ssd to my hdd, after seeing that the file transfer speed was way to slow I just decided to reinstall windows completely on my ssd with it wiping the files. So, I try to reinstall windows this morning just to see that my ssd isn't even recognized at all? I'm at a loss of what to do to recover my computer and I would really like to try everything before getting a new ssd.
  4. It's the standard 7200rpm hard drive, and I know I'm running off of a usb but I expected at least a megabyte of speed
  5. So, I'm running linux mint off of my usb and I need to move files between my ssd and hdd and the speed is as you can see in the picture... not the greatest. Am I doing something wrong and can I speed this up ?
  6. So, my ssd won't boot and I'm trying to reinstall windows on it, but before doing that I want to move some files to my hdd and I'm looking for a lightweight Linux distro (under 1gb) that I could install on my usb and then boot from it, move the files between drives and that's it. I'd like a simple os because I'm not very experienced with linux. Anything helps!
  7. Well my only other option is an HDD, and that would be way worse, wouldn't it ?
  8. So, recently my pc started to sometimes freeze up for about 5-15 seconds. I have an SSD and an HDD and when I check the task manager after the computer unfreezes, I see that the SSD usage randomly jumps up to 100% for about 5-15 seconds and then goes back down to about 2-3%. Is my SSD failing or is this some issue I can fix? My computer is only about a year old so I hope my SSD isn't failing. The SSD is a 240GB Patriot Burst.
  9. So I've had my keyboard for 2 years (Gamdias Hermes P1 RGB) and recently my W key started acting up and sometimes when I press down on it, it doesn't register and requires a firmer push and this really hinders my performance in fps games where you need to hold down W to walk and mid walking you just stop or you can't move forward because it's not registering. I tried blowing compressed air into the switch several times and it does nothing, I took apart my keyboard and cleaned all the filth and washed all they keycaps and it didn't do nothing. Any suggestions on how to fix this ?
  10. almost all of their computers have no os, but they are a known retailer in my country. And they have the least overpriced computers out of all the retailers here.
  11. CPU: Intel® Core™ CORE I5-7400 3.0-3,5 GHZ, 6 MB cache GPU: MSI GeForce GTX 1060 3GB GDDR5 RAM: 8 GB DDR4 2400 Mhz MOTHERBOARD: MSI B250M MORTAR HDD: Intel® Optane™ 32GB SSD+ HDD 2TB SATA3, 7200 rpm OS: NO OS PSU: Not specified, all it says is 600W PRICE: 679 EURO I want to play most new games like (Fortnite, Rust, TitanFall2, COD BO2, R6 Siege, Overwatch...) at Medium - Ultra settings 45-80 FPS. I'm willing to mess with the settings as long as it still looks good. If I buy the computer i plan to install the 'trial' version of Windows 10, if any of you use the 'trial' ver
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