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Albert F

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About Albert F

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  • Gender
  • Occupation
    "I make cartoons on the internet..." Or at least plan to


  • CPU
    i3 5005u 2.0GHz
  • Motherboard
  • RAM
    8 GB DDR3 1600MHz
  • GPU
    nVidia GeForce 920m 2GB DDR3
  • Case
    it's a chocolate black laptop
  • Storage
    250GB (more like 232.87GB) WD BLUE
  • PSU
    a 45W square power brick
  • Display(s)
    1366x768 shitty TN panel + LG FLATRON L 1918S (water+heat damaged) (oh, also has a dead pixel)
  • Cooling
    a fan and 2 radiators
  • Keyboard
    some bad keyboard replacement
  • Mouse
    Canyon CND-SGM1 4$ (it does the job)
  • Sound
    built in speakers kinda good
  • Operating System
  • Laptop
    ASUS A540LJ XX612D
  • Phone
    Motorola G6 Play

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  1. Long story short i wanted to watch an old movie I had on a DVD and plugged the thing in my PS4. I got carried away and ended up not watching the thing but leaving the disk inside the PS4 and when i went to pull it out I noticed a spot on it of what seemed like to be mold. What i am more worried about is did I infect the disk drive in the PS4 and now there are tons of spores in the console? Dose anyone have a clue about it?
  2. I am helping someone with this issue and I am pretty much out off ideas. From the info she gave me this happens at random times even after long periods of use or when she just opened the laptop. its weird WhatsApp Video 2021-04-14 at 10.15.08 AM.mp4 This is what is left after the glitchiness stops. A simple white line at the bottom of the screen. Model: Acer Nitro 5
  3. Well from the short testing I've done (moved the monitor and router to fit on the table with the second monitor and PC in mind, and walking around the house to see if anything changes I haven't seen any changes in signal. But I still need to factor in a second monitor and a PC. I was just wandering if anyone on the forum had any experience with situations
  4. I am planing on switching things around the office to accommodate for the pc I am building and the wifi router kinda doesn't fit in the whole equation ( aka the table ). the only place I could put it is behind an old monitor I have. Do you think that this will affect the overall range and internet speed?
  5. let me try to understand. You are currently building a pc and you don't know if you should return the mobo you bought and wait to get something better? Did I get it?
  6. those are basically wifi range extenders that have an ethernet cable plugged port in them, you should use those only when you get bad signal with your network
  7. then why are you looking for a new board if you are happy with the one you have?
  8. why would you want to plug your PC into a power line? isn't the outlet good enough?
  9. if you still haven't bought it them I would say that you should wait and see if the new models are a better value and if not the older ones might drop down in price making them a better bang for the buck
  10. they aren't the best but for casual internet browsing and social media they do the trick, I do not recommend them for gaming, in that scenario you should always be plugged into the router
  11. technology always gets outdated. look at apple or any other company, as soon as a new product comes out they bash the last year model making it look bad. I would say that if the motherboard fits your needs you should be good to go, just make sure that it has all the features you want (I learned that the hard way)
  12. a wifi dongle? those things that you plug into an usb port
  13. Your PSU might be dying out... I had a similar issue with an old computer. When I opened the power supply I saw that a few of the capacitors were blown out.