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You can hook up any HDMI output device (satellite receiver, cable, Xbox, etc) to your computer if you have a HDMI input device. More than likely you do not, as they are not commonly installed on computers. In order to do this, you will need a HDMI video capture card or TV tuner card. In addition to that, HDMI ports are either in, or out, never both. The ...


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Windows 10 provides a new function to achieve your goal. It's called "App-triggered VPN" and "Traffic filters". App-triggered VPN VPN profiles in Windows 10 can be configured to connect automatically on the launch of a specified set of applications. This feature was included in Windows 8.1 as "On demand VPN". The applications can be defined ...


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I am not sure if this gonna be helpful ! As far as I am concerned, you should first consider the driver issue cause an old versioned NIC may have impact on this, if it is the problem maybe you should upgrade it. Note that you say that the cable is not an issue, you'd better use a cable tester app in the BIOS, if it comes back with errors on the cable, your ...


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You have either Dis-lodged or Broken the ribbon connector. You need to get either the connection fixed or replace the connector. Below is what the connector looks like. Bring it to someone who knows what they are doing or you could potentially ruin your laptop. If you want to learn how to fix it, ask them if you can view it being fixed, but I would not ...



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