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Apr
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answered Windows installation doesn't detect drive, BIOS and Parted Magic does
Apr
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comment Windows installation doesn't detect drive, BIOS and Parted Magic does
@whs I tried Samsung 840 EVO and Intel 310 series. Samsung is almost never detected by windows and Intel has problems with formatting. Both disks work fine in Parted Magic on NUC - I created partition, formated to ntfs and even mounted it and written some files on it, it worked well. But Windows install is dead end. Sigh...it would be so much clearer and easier if it didn't work in Parted Magic :) Either way it doesn't look normal so I'll probably just return the NUC and get a new one instead.
Apr
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comment Windows installation doesn't detect drive, BIOS and Parted Magic does
@whs I checked both drives in my main PC before trying them in NUC.
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comment Windows installation doesn't detect drive, BIOS and Parted Magic does
@Tetsujin I hope it's better now :)
Apr
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comment Windows installation doesn't detect drive, BIOS and Parted Magic does
@whs: changing to IDE kind of worked (I can see the drive, but when trying to farmat it, I get errors - DiskPart has encountered an error: The request could not be performed because of an I/O device error.
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comment Conditionally put back computer to sleep after task finished
@Karan It's python script, so yes, could be considered an executable :) Problem with your suggestion is it would put my computer to sleep even during the day when I use my computer. That's why I need to figure out how to detect if it was woken up to perform the task.
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