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According to the product page you linked to, it cannot do VDSL. There's nothing you can do about that.


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I have the exact same Samsung ATIV Book 4 with the exact same issue, and I was able to find help on Samsung's site. Most SSDs available on the market today are designed for SATA 6Gb/s (SATA 3.x). Many consumers still have older machines, however, which do not have support for the latest SATA revision. Fortunately, SSDs are backwards compatible with ...


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I would try saving the file from Excel 2013 in Excel 97-2003 format (.xls). This should down-grade the table to just a range but keep the Data Connection. If that doesn't work you could start in Excel 2003 and rebuild the Data Connection e.g. http://office.microsoft.com/en-au/training/quick-reference-card-RZ001183132.aspx?section=13&mode=print If ...


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With regard to the two options you mention, an important thing to note is: Voltage You need to make absolutely sure whether or not your PC / motherboard / chipset supports 1.5V and/or 1.35V memory. From this site it would seem that the maximum memory size for your system is 8GB, so be sure that your system supports 16GB before upgrading. A quick search ...


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Update: When you re-install activate using sample Onfolio Activation Key. This will tell you the activation server is down, but will let you use the program. IE may give errors until you click the Onfolio button. I recommend you use the desktop version (not within IE). Store your collections outside the Onfolio install folder--you should delete this folder ...


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You can pair an R9 with the APU, but you won't be able to take advantage of some of its more advanced features like VCE, DVI audio, Trueaudio while in crossfire with the APU. And it won't make a huge difference in performance having that setup or a standalone R9, while it will surely raise the risk for incompatibility application-wise. When they "recommend" ...


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Be careful with that combination. For some reason r9 290 and 290x along with the 700 and 800 series mobo will crash restart every hour or so. The fix is an overclock of pci-e bus to 130-150



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