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  1. should be fine, just handle them gently and all will be good. Make sure to also test your drives with crystaldiskinfo. I don't really use enclosures because they slow the connection (USB 2.0) rather than just placing the drive inside the machine. On the downside, internal drives are powered all the time, which may have a negative effect. If you do use external storage, also make sure to power it on for an hour or two after around 10-12 months since it was last powered
  2. can be harmful to body if exposed, plus most of the "UV-C" lights on the market are actually fake.
  3. I've had problems with cheapy ones with issues such as volume being way too low, and mediocre quality. I would advise to get a branded one like Razer
  4. There are some plugins that clone the full site for you. https://www.wpbeginner.com/showcase/best-wordpress-migration-plugins-compared/
  5. AI doesn't know what to do when a sign is covered in snow. It doesn't have an X-Ray. Also even if the AI is trained to see broken signs or snow covered signs, there will still be plenty of cases where it can not accurately detect it.
  6. If the system failed whilst installing Windows, I would expect the original Windows installation to be corrupt. If this is not the case, it would lead me to believe the installation had not started / initialised when there was a BSOD. This could also mean there was an error in the USB installer, or the USB may be corrupt. Which USB are you using ? Some unbranded Chinese ones have a fake capacity
  7. Thats crystaldiskmark, not info. Their download page is very confusing. I have attatched the exe for your convinince but if you don't trust it, you can download it by clicking this https://crystalmark.info/en/software/crystaldiskinfo/ CrystalDiskInfo8_12_6.exe
  8. seems pretty sturdy to me, although I am very careful of how I store/treat the laptop etc. I always carry it in a padded laptop bag, so not sure how well it would age if in the back of your backpack etc it's not bad tbh, has a pretty modern feel. The only thing that irritates me is the plasticky sounds when I move my hand across the keyboard or rest it on the metal. Not an issue if on a table, only when on your lap around 1.5-2kg, pretty sleek and modern. Also another thing is that even though it has USB-C, you can't use that for charging / HDMI like a MacBoo
  9. Run crystaldiskinfo and let us know what happens. If it says caution or has a yellow or red colour, the drive may be faulty. Yellow is just a caution / warning, but red is a bit more serious.
  10. I have a HP Pavilion 14 too, without the Nvidia GPU though. I have the i5 10th gen and iGPU, and it is a very capable machine. I even do video editing on it and have not had any issues with it so far. My only concern is the plastic body around the screen hinge, after a while the plastic makes a sort of squeaky sound when it is moved, so I would advise to be a little gently with it, especially in the hinge area.
  11. Doubt the drive is faulty, sounds like something to do with the partition scheme got corrupted. You can use crystaldiskinfo to check the health of your drive https://crystalmark.info/en/software/crystaldiskinfo/
  12. Reinstalling Windows is probably your best option. When booting into the USB, after backing up your data to an external drive or cloud, you may need to delete all partitions and let Windows create it's own new ones
  13. They add sensors absolutely everywhere, I have had enough of a problem with Lenovo and Dell is just going to be 10x worse. Might be a better idea to keep your RAM, CPU, HDD and replace everything else
  14. crystaldiskinfo is the way to go as it provides SMART info at a glance in an easy to read format
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