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  1. The system is an Asus Vivobook 15 X512DA with a Ryzen 3 3200u. It has only one M.2 slot which is populated by a 128GB SATA unit (not nvme). The laptop also has a space next to its battery where I could perfectly fit a 2.5 SATA SSD and right next to it, there's a flex connector. However, the box came with no bracket or SATA to flex adapter whatsoever, even though there were other similar models that did come with it. Therefore, I was wondering if I could buy a generic SATA to flex adapter so as to be able to have two drives on the machine. Here are some photos of the space that I talked about,
  2. I have an asus laptop (Asus Vivobook 15 F512DA paired with an AMD Ryzen 3 3200U) and after updating my BIOS to version .313 I've been experiencing very slow Windows boot times. In turn, I attempted to downgrade it using the EZ Flash Utilty, which was not possible and so, I was looking to flashing version .310 using a tool named AFUDOS.exe. My question is that the process of setting up your USB stick to use this tool involves turning your .cap bios file into a rom file, but as Asus's bios file format is not .cap (it's the bios version number, .310 for instance), I wonder if creating the rom fil
  3. I am to wait anyways. Neither r3 3300x nor MAX msi motherboard lineup has arrived to my country yet. Older B450 motherboards won´t have support?
  4. I am listing the pc components for my next build and I am deciding which chipset to buy so as to pair it with an r3 3300x. I would also like to have upgradeability options for ryzen 4000. Therefore, the decision is mostly about whether all B450 motherboards will get support for ryzen 4000, or if I should wait for B550 launch and buy a motherboard that is guaranteed to support zen 3. Thanks in advance.
  5. I just wanted to know if it is worth for me upgrading from an AMD A10 9700 with a Radeon RX550 4gb to a Ryzen 3 3300X. Will it make any difference in performance? Thanks
  6. I have just bought a new SSD and I want to clone my OS to it (Windows 10), so as to have it as the bootable drive. The problem is that I found that my HDD has no partitions, so I am unable to clone the system only, and cloning the entire disc is not an option as my HDD has over 600gb and the SSD is just 250gb. Is there a solution to my problem? Thanks in advance.
  7. I have an Asus Vivobook 15 f512da-wh31 and I want to update its BIOS because I've been having problems with a RAM stick. In the Asus webpage there are two BIOS versions for the model f512da: x512da-as and x512dapas. I have currently installed x512da-as version, and I wanted to know if it is the right one for this system or I should download dapas version. I didn't want to just install it because I've been said that it is dangerous to install an incompatible BIOS. Asus Vivobook 15 f512da-wh31. Specs: 4gb RAM soldered, 128 gb SATA m.2 drive and a ryzen 3 3200u.
  8. I have an Asus Vivobook 15 f512da-wh31, which comes with 128gb ssd m.2 SATA storage, 4gb RAM (soldered) and a ryzen 3 3200u. I wanted to have 8gb of RAM, so I bought a 4gb RAM stick from Kingston (model: KVR24S17S6/4). Before installing it, I updated the BIOS. However, after having installed the module, Windows 10 Home Edition wouldn't boot but when I entered the BIOS all 8gb of RAM where there, recognized. Then, I tried booting Ubuntu from USB and everything went normal. I also tried disabling secure boot, but Windows didn't boot either. To clarify, the laptop works normally when I use it wit