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TazerXI

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About TazerXI

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System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 3600
  • Motherboard
    Asus tuf b450m plus gaming
  • RAM
    16gb gskill vengence (3200mhz)
  • GPU
    Gigabyte GTX 1650 OC
  • Case
    Thermaltake
  • Storage
    Crucial P1 1tb
  • PSU
    bequite pure power 11 (500W)
  • Display(s)
    LG 29WN600
  • Cooling
    Stock cooler
  • Keyboard
    generic
  • Mouse
    logitech m185
  • Sound
    monitor's
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  • Laptop
    HP bw0xx (Very bad)
  • Phone
    Samsung Galaxy A70

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  1. My friend uses an LG 29wn-600, and has his screen resolution set to 2560x1080 (the resolution of the monitor), but it has letter boxing. So at the top and bottom, the screen is black. When he runs the screen at 1920x1080, it has no boxing, but the screen stretches, and when it has the resolution set to original instead of streatched, it has pillar boxing, as expected. Tried updating the graphics drivers, but no luck. The GPU is a geforce gtx 650 from gigabyte (He had a mac, but had an *old* PC which had this gpu in so we used it in these times. He justs runs minecraft so it works)
  2. Hey, I am getting a raspberry pi, but don't have a micro hdmi cable (and can't really afford one rn). I was wondering if there was a distro that I could install on my (x86) laptop, then move the drive to the raspberry pi, and have it auto log on with ssh for me to remote into. It is a bit of a stretch, but any suggestions? I can just about afford the pi itself (with other ppl who are using the server chipping in), so it would be nice if I could do this and not buy a cable I would only use once.
  3. Done, and it was simple Thanks
  4. ok, I m,ight do this then.
  5. OK, it is fine. It doesn't happen often and when it does, I can just change the ip I am connecting to
  6. thx, I will look into it
  7. I run a minecraft server on my PC for some friends, and a couple times the IP adress they need to use (my router IP adress) has changed. Is there a way to keep it the same? Thanks in advance
  8. I swapped to GPT, and it works now. Thanks
  9. I disabled csm in my bios, but then windows didn't boot, and having it set to auto does the same thing. When I enable it again, Windows boots. When I have it run the uefi driver first, Windows boots, but can't run win11. I don't know how to check/change my install from mbr to gpt. EDIT: just seen the post above saying how to change to gpt partition. Trying it now
  10. My PC 'isn't compatible with windows 11', I use a ryzen 5 3600, 16gb of ram, 1650 super, and a 1tb ssd. I have also enabled secure boot, and AMD fTPM in my bios, and in tpm.msc it says I have tpm 'specific version 2.0'. I don't know what is wrong
  11. Do you know when it will release, just later this year?
  12. Just watched the microsoft presentation, and I wondered if windows 11 has officially been released (here in the UK). I see websites saying later this year, and others saying today, but most of them are from India. Just want some clarification
  13. I am going to look into a raspberry pi 4. The main reason I would need 8gb of ram is because i host a couple different worlds, and one more or less needs 4gb of ram, so double that because that is what minecraft lets you use at most.
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