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    Eve Online, Hardware
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  • CPU
    Ryzen 7 3700X
  • Motherboard
    Asrock B450M Pro4
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    32GB 3200MHz
  • GPU
    2070 Super
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    Samsung 970 EVO 500
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    Two 1080p
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    Noctua NH-D15 SE-AM4
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    MX Master 3
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    Windows 10 Pro
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    PC Specialist Optimus
    970 Evo

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  1. What a waste of energy, but ok. There's no way an image appeared on the wall without a projector or TV.
  2. Grab the standoff firmly with some pliers, and unscrew the other side with the screwdriver as normal
  3. A high post count is not assurance of ability.
  4. Does the computer display fine to another screen? If so, this type of damage is not practically repairable.
  5. What's the actual situation you're trying to use this for
  6. You may have a faulty or dying SSD. If you have a hard drive or another SSD, you could test by installing a fresh windows on this other drive.
  7. You can't reliably image a computer while it's running the normal OS. And other people here will claim that's wrong with "no but", but I'm talking about reliability here.
  8. If you want to take an image of the PC drives, you will have to have downtime
  9. Can the industrial PCs have more than one hard drive in them?
  10. That's the taskbar. Or are you talking about the start menu?
  11. It's possible that it's NOT because you switched GPU that it worked again - it may have reverted or toned down some of your OC changes after multiple restarts.