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I'm sorry for my terrible English, but my native language is Pascal.


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comment virtualbox increase cpu cores script wise
This isn't facebook, please format your question.
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comment How to connect my front audio panel?
I thought I messed up the wiring, but this solves the problem, thank you!
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accepted How to connect my front audio panel?
Sep
20
comment Why do I get the catalyst control center popup on my screen?
Wow, these users, just wow.
Sep
18
comment Windows 8 will not restart if your Registry Hives are larger than 2GB. Why?
Ehm.. What's the error?
Sep
16
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Sep
15
comment How to trim and level the volume of mp4 files from the Windows 8 command line?
Can you link an article and show the step which you did not understand?
Sep
14
comment Should you worry about high voltage and wattage on a non-overclocked computer?
Sorry, english is mine third language. What I meant by motherboards audio was onboard audio (same thing). And I meant that if the stress tests fail, then something should be done like lowering voltage or clock speed. Those readings are very good. GPU max temperature was 77°C (GPUs can survive at 100°C so nothing to worry about here). All you have to do in order to maintain your computer is just to check for dust time to time (I clean my PC once a month, sometimes once in 2 months but that's because I live in such environment), but I assume your computer probably has filters for intake fans.
Sep
14
comment iPhone 5 syncing incredibly slow to to iTunes over wifi
Glad you solved the problem.
Sep
14
comment iPhone 5 syncing incredibly slow to to iTunes over wifi
Any other background information?
Sep
14
comment Should you worry about high voltage and wattage on a non-overclocked computer?
Probably those jacks are connected to motherboards audio, and onboard audio usually is the one to blame for buzzing/static sounds. That's another reason why audio cards exist because their power is seperatted from motherboard's power (in some way). I'm also experiencing such issue but only in some cases (for example, one is when I have in-line audio jack connected). If you are worried about voltages, you can always run stress tests to be secure and if they fail at some moment, then you should be worried and do something about it like lowering the voltage. But now, readings look safe.
Sep
14
comment Should you worry about high voltage and wattage on a non-overclocked computer?
Are your headphones connected to the motherboards audio?
Sep
13
comment Hiding the “Show on Desktop” option from a context menu
Anyways, it's hardcoded into the OS. Nothing to do about it, and you shouldn't do anything about it.
Sep
13
comment Hiding the “Show on Desktop” option from a context menu
I understand what are you trying to do, but why? I see no benefits of doing so.
Sep
13
comment Hiding the “Show on Desktop” option from a context menu
What would be the reason for that, I wonder.
Sep
10
comment Google Chrome has crashed
You should be worried about the blue screen instead of Chrome.
Sep
8
comment What's the difference between mobile and desktop processors?
Come on, people! That's not 5.4 GHz in total. That's not how it works!
Aug
28
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Aug
27
comment Quickest way to upload 500 GB to Google Drive
Did you buy additional storage for Google Drive?
Aug
25
comment Windows 8.1 64-bit long start time
Slow hard drive?