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  1. That is quite a good system you got there. Can eliminate the hardware aspect and now it might be some software running on the background, Check the startup list and also monitor what programs are taking up more resources and deal with them. It could also be windows update running in the background downloading the upcoming update or some pending updates.
  2. Try going back to a previous stable version of the driver and check if you run into the same issue. You can also look up and check if the Game you are running have previously shown these behavior among st other users and if there are possible solutions for the same.
  3. Check on the BIOS/UEFI If your port and boot device order is right, Also check if they are getting reset after each reboot. If it is getting reset then you will have to find out why so, may be CMOS or something else causing the order to change?
  4. Could be due to multiple issues. 1. Not enough RAM 2. CPU 3. Disk Usage at 100% (Hard disk or just windows services) 4. All of these 5. Resource hogging softwares or malware running on the background.
  5. It might be that your display driver needs an update. Install the latest drivers for your gpu and try again.
  6. Openshot video editor & BurnAware Free https://www.openshot.org/ http://www.burnaware.com/index.html
  7. Cannot indicate to EFI to boot into setup mode : Operation not supported.
  8. So, This happened quite some time ago. When i installed Linux Mint onto a laptop which had BIOS, (Yes, quite old system.) And since then. I don't have access to the system BIOS. All i can do is select boot device and it boots into the os. The bios part essentially won't show up. For my understanding it is due to the installation going the UEFI way and messing something up, I tried to get it working by taking the hard drive out to see if there is something and it does not work that way. So Any way to get this thing fixed up? It's a lenovo g580 with an intel pentium dual core processor. What wen
  9. Change all your passwords, for the game, for your email, for you system. And don't tell any one. This just seems like someone messing with you. And yes the Malware bytes scan and update your os as well. Remove unwanted software's if you have them installed, Go through the list of installed programs and just uninstall what ever you don't feel is necessary for the functioning of your system. Get a password manager for changing the passwords and to keep them safe.
  10. The media creation tool does downloads the latest updates and drivers required by your system if those are available before preparing the medium to upgrade your system. W10 Does contains a fairly large amount of basic drivers for devices and will also tend to download latest versions through windows update once installation is done. You can also try using something like driver booster or such to download the latest drivers for your hardware at once.
  11. I Did recently upgraded from 1803 to 1903 using the ISO file downloaded from MS. You can boot from the ISO and Use Upgrade option to install it. I did the upgrade option. Running it on a USB while inside windows will throw the error as you mentioned due to it being on a USB. You won't have to remove any thing if you boot from the usb and upgrade it that way. Or Try mounting the ISO on windows and upgrade it from within.
  12. Wait.what? Boot from your windows boot medium. Get to the place where it shows hard disks to format. Select your old windows drive - Hit format. Click on your SSD format it, prepare for installation and continue windows installation onto that one. It's as simple as that. Do remove that system reserved partition as well. Since new installation will create one automatically. This might be helpful as well. : P.S: You are reading wrong threads.
  13. Check out NTLite. https://www.ntlite.com/ And also Ninite https://ninite.com/
  14. Motherboard compatibility. Z170A - Upto i7- 7700K http://www.cpu-upgrade.com/mb-ASUS/Z170-A.html
  15. If the update was to 1809 - Then yes, revert back.