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Adding a reset button is a simple matter, provided your motherboard has pins or other connection for a reset button. Most retail motherboards (Asus, Gigabyte, MSI) have them but many OEM (HP, Dell, Lenovo, etc) boards do not. If your does, a simple momentary contact NO (normally open) push button switch connected to the reset button connector on the ...


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I bought a graphic card, ATI Radeon HD 4350 DMS59 512 MB DDR2 PCIe 2.0 SFF Graphic Card. OK, that is a dedicated graphics card which allows you to connect two monitors via DMS59... I am trying to connect a third monitor, but it disables the original on-board graphic card. The graphics card can not disable your other on-board graphics. What can ...


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If you ever find yourself in the position of having a rooted (jailbroken) Android device handy, there's an app called "fqrouter2" which can connect to a wi-fi network and share the connectivity on its own network with a different SSID by using the android hotspot functionality. It's a good idea to plug in the phone being used as a router, though, because it ...


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Which kind of screw do I need for attaching graphics card connnectors to plates? Hex Nut Screws How can I get more of them? Which name or reference do I need? You can do a quick search on the Internet for "Hex Nut Screws" but I did a quick search and found two locations to purchase from electronically. Amazon.com shows a whole kit that's ...


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It depends on your particular use of your computer. Different programs stress the hardware in different ways and performance may increase according to the upgrades that best satisfy each program's needs. I see two main ways: Benchmarks Tools/Suites You can search the internet for benchmarks tools/suites (e.g., this one, which I googled just now and have ...


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How did you tighten the hinges? Did you notice any breakage in the plastic surrounding the screw molds? That seems to actually be the most common reason displays becomes loose.


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Dell XPS 13 (9333) display hinge is loose I already tried tightening the hinges but that didn't do anything. Has anyone else had this error, and if you fixed it, how did you fix it? For the display hinge replacement procedure, I suggest the recommendations as per the XPS Owners Manual on pages 41-44 going over the Display Assembly removal and ...


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Are 3.5 inchers more prone to damage while carrying, moving,... Yes. Manufacturer specifications clearly indicate that a 3.5" drive can be more susceptible to shock and vibration than a 2.5" HDD For instance for WD Black HDDs, the 2.5" drive can supposedly tolerate (for 2 milliseconds) 400g while operating and 1000g when not powered. Whereas the 3.5" ...


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laptops don't have 3.5 inch drives internally typically - this is cause of power consumption and size more than anything else. However laptop hard drives often have features designed to make mobile use safer - heads that park for example, often in conjunction with internal or external sensors. They might also be designed to run cooler. As for hard drives ...


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If there is a difference in reliability, it is very, very small and not worth worrying about - the 3.5" would be less reliable then the 2.5" because the mechanical forces on it are greater. That said, the specific model and batch of drive is way more predictive then the form factor. If you are wanting reliable storage, seriously consider switching to SSD'...


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HGST 2.5 inch drives have a good reputation. Also consider solid state drives for both slots for much faster, cooler and silent operation. That big Asus is going to be easier to move around without the weight of 3.5 inch drives!


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generic P410i /0/100/1/0/0.0.0 /dev/sda disk 299GB /dev/sdb disk - 200GB /dev/sdc disk 15GB SCSI Disk Add it up... 299 + 200 + 15 = 514 GB. Across three separate (apparently) storage devices. From the info you've provided, it's impossible to know: Where the disks are located What type of disks they are (SSD, HDD, USB stick, etc.)



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