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  1. Sorry for the late reply. It is an M.2. I put the new one in and used my USB Windows repair tool to get windows up and running. Apparently the activation key is built into the machine? I was able to install most of my old free programs and get them up. I then ordered a M.2 enclosure for the old drive and was able to transfer my files the next day. It is definitely faster and double the space. My only question is now, how do I reinstall the old programs without their installer. My 3d printer program for instance was specific to that brand and my old program has all of the custom set
  2. Yeah I don't have a cable. I was hoping to get it done today but cannot find the windows key that came with the laptop. I may have to order a cable and wait.
  3. Hello. Is there an easy way to transfer my laptop's hard drive to my usb drive so I can replace it with a larger one and then transfer the image back? I only have one m.2 bay in the laptop and bought a brand new hard drive that was on sale. Not sure what would be the easiest way since it won't be able to boot up with no operating system on the new one. Any advice? James
  4. That looks like a setup that would work for awhile. Thanks
  5. I don't have a monitor so that was my reason for the all in one packaging. I'm editing 4k 30fps and 60fps and have been using Davinci Resolve. I believe it is H.264. It is being shot with a DJI Phantom 4, Mavic Pro, and Mavic Air. I have been downgrading it to 1080 because of my current laptop and that's why I need something better. I really like the idea of getting another laptop because of the portability but am figuring a desktop is more economical? I see all of the laptops rated for gaming but can't find any opinions on what specs would run Resolve smoot
  6. With that desktop, I was budgeting for a gpu, ram and ssd. I'm wondering if I will get into the price of an entry level laptop though? I'd appreciate any recommendations on components as well.
  7. Budget (including currency): $900 Country: USA Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: 4k video editing and photo editing Other details (existing parts lists, whether any peripherals are needed, what you're upgrading from, when you're going to buy, what resolution and refresh rate you want to play at, etc): Hey guys, I'm wondering if I'd be better off buying a refurbished desktop and putting a graphics card and ram in it or just order a laptop capable of editing. I'm trying to do this as cheap as possible until I can get some paid jobs to
  8. Budget (including currency): Sub $1000 Country: US of A Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: Davinci Resolve. Photo editing and 4k video editing Other details Good afternoon, I am having some trouble figuring out the most cost effective direction. I recently bought a laptop for night college courses and general computer stuff and got the bottom of the line one of these... AMD Athlon™ Gold 3150U (2.4 GHz, up to 3.3 GHz, 1 MB L2 cache, 2 cores) + AMD Radeon™ Graphics 8GB DDR4-2400 SDRAM Anyway, shortly after buying it, I got i