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I run either the 32 bit or the 64 bit SL viewers on Windows 10 with no problems at all. Just install and tun them. I upgraded to Win 10 from 7 and nothing changed except things seem to load faster. Running on an AMD 8150 CPU, Gigabyte v1 AMD 3+ board and 16 gigs of ram. So nothing really new at all.
All Intel HD Graphics are integrated, meaning they reside on the CPU chip instead of a separate card. If you have a dedicated card, like the GT 650M, then the computer will always default to that and you should be OK.
The problem description indicates that the damage is corruption due to data transmission errors rather than damage to the hardware. This may be due to incorrect timing, incorrect driving voltages or incorrect terminating impedance. If increasing the length of the cable from hub to computer fixes anything, I would suspect an impedance mismatch, in which case ...
An 850 EVO SSD in 2.5 inch form factor is 6.8 mm in height, so as long as the height available for the new drive is sufficient then it will fit. There will be enough height for it. The old drive might be 9.5 mm in height, but as long as you secure the new drive correctly with the screws then it will not be loose. Electrically and electronically it will ...
Well actually any SSD should work, as long as you have the installation media to reinstall Windows?
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