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Roschlynn Dsouza

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About Roschlynn Dsouza

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday Dec 07, 2000

Contact Methods

  • Steam
    Let's Get Sexy

Profile Information

  • Location
    Mumbai
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Gaming, Audio production, Video and photo editing, Programming, IoT
  • Biography
    Just an average kid from Mumbai.
  • Occupation
    Currently doing my grad studies in IT Engineering.

System

  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 5 1500X
  • Motherboard
    MSI B350M Gaming Pro
  • RAM
    8GB Corsair Vengence LPX DDR4 2400MHz
  • GPU
    Zotac GeForce GTX 1050TI Mini
  • Case
    Corsair Carbide Series Spec-04
  • Storage
    WD Blue 250GB SSD and WD Blue 1TB HDD
  • PSU
    FSP Hexa 450W
  • Display(s)
    Acer AL1916W 16:10
  • Cooling
    AMD Wraith Spire
  • Keyboard
    Logitech MK200 Media Combo
  • Mouse
    Logitech MK200 Media Combo
  • Sound
    Sony SRS-04 Active Speaker System/JBL T450 Wired Headphones
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Education 64-bit

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  1. And yes. my cpu turbos to the advertised 4.6GHz and it remains perfectly cool staying under 50C all times after the service uninstall. Before this, the CPU would touch 60C to 70C sometimes 80C while doing nothing. But, now the laptop is cool and doesnt heat up during charging. It was i guess windows service scheduler that was causing all this
  2. I did not try this until now. I unplugged my laptop from the AC adapter and opened task manager and resource monitor. It was this services and control application screwing things. On battery power this thing would consume 5 to 10% of my cpu but the heating would not be there. However, as soon as i plug my laptop to AC power, this service would consume almost 20 to 40% of my cpu thus causing this overheating. I then narrowed it down to MySQL causing this problem and as soon as i uninstalled MySQL, the laptop overheating stopped completely. But, then it is still very very inconvenient for me as
  3. Tried it but its of no use same problem then it was windows screwing things up
  4. I have a Asus Vivobook X512FL laptop with this weird issue. While charging and the high perfomance mode while charging, it touches 60C-70C while basically doing nothing. I use this laptop mainly for my engineering studies and i deal with programming on this laptop. When the system is idling, the cpu still manages to touch 60C or sometimes above while charging. But, this issue is non existent when the laptop is running on battery power. I always open up the laptop for cleaning the fans of dust and the heatsink fins but never removed the heatsink. Specs:- Intel Core i7 8565U 16GB
  5. Yeah. Contacted their support. Their team the first thing they tell me is to update the bios. And they gave me the beta bios file to download. I don't know how to even update if my system doesn't post. MSI sucks. Should have not gone for it
  6. i had actually checked windows logs using the powercfg -lastwake and the powercfg -devicequery wake_armed. but it was of no use Is there no way to recover the bios?
  7. It would boot into windows and then would just hard reset. even in the bios it would reset
  8. This issue has been causing a lot of ruckus. I have a MSI B350M gaming pro mobo with a ryzen 5 1500x and a 1050ti from zotac. The system automatically during gaming sessions or normal sessions hard resets. I thought this could be a bios fault as i did not update the bios from a long time. So i downloaded the latest non-beta bios from MSI (they had beta one's also but avoided those) and fired up the m-flash utility. It was updating and it even completed the update but now won't post and show a debug led which indicates either booting failed or boot device not found. Is there any way i could rec
  9. By the looks of it, it seems like a wake timer has been enabled which can be turned off in the power options in the control panel. https://lifehacker.com/how-find-out-what-woke-up-your-computer-last-1550549116 https://www.howtogeek.com/122954/how-to-prevent-your-computer-from-waking-up-accidentally/ These guides should help you. Event viewer would also be a great option to check what has been waking up your PC
  10. Any laptop details like the specs, the company and the list of apps installed? It would be great if you could share those
  11. Yes. I have an Intel Wireless AC-9560 with 802.11n and 5GHz support in my Asus Vivobook 15 X512FL and it seems that Intel Wireless Cards are more suited for Linux with out of the box support. I am currently using Ubuntu LTS 18.04 and this wireless card works great!
  12. Ok Thanks for your help. I ended up buying a 2tb hard drive external one from outside and partitioned it to install ubuntu and its works great. I cannot use wine actually because I'm also learning how to edit songs and videos. those apps actually aren't available on linux and wine doesn't work well with those programs
  13. That is a really good system you have got together! I'm not sure about the SSD though. Crucial SSD's are really good for the price and i have been using a Crucial P1 1TB NVMe SSD in my laptop. It gives a solid performance for the price
  14. I'll just buy a 2.5 inch 1TB SSD from out, resize it down for ubuntu and try to install it to that. Till that time, it means that i'll have to rely on the virtual machine.
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