I had this issue too I tried everything related to disabling adapters, messing around with Virtual Network Editor, etc. But non worked. My setup:
VMWare Workstation 15 Pro
Host: Windows 10 Enterprise, version 1909
Guest: Windows 2012 R2 Datacenter
I noticed that the result of ipconfig command on guest shows weird IP and netmask. So I tried to ...
"Often slow" could be the CPU. Chrome ought not be a problem, but if you have 20 tabs open and you are not using an ad blocker, the non-content script many sites use will impact performance. Occasionally I look at the block counter on a site and it is blocking 150+ items. If they weren't blocked, the page would barely scroll. You can check the ...
In the memory bar, you can also see a small line. That line indicates how far the cache goes. You can also see that the OS is only able to have 485 MB of files in cache. That means: reading files may be slow, because they really have to be read from disk.
If you have more RAM, it will look like this:
However, it seems your disk is not busy yet:
Windows manages your memory to always keep some free space in RAM so that you can launch new application. It caches less used memory to your hard-disk/ssd and loads those content when necessary. In conclusion, you should add more RAM, as an alternative you can upgrade your storage to ssd if you have hard-disk as your storage.
Thanks for the input team.
It seems the USB switch was the direct cause, I ended up plugging mouse and keyboard into my monitor's hub and passing the hub into the USB switch. This seems to have fixed the problem I was having with audio feedback.
Doing a quick search for NP550P7C HDD Cable gives some likely candidates:
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Similarly a search for NP550P7C HDD cradle finds some items to fit a HDD into the DVD bay ...
Did i damage it?
It's quite unlikely... Most USB ports are protected by over current and reverse current protection circuitry.
You even mention that the port appears to be working okay:
The laptop usb port is working fine
I noticed that the laptop was producing more heat
I needed to uninstall obs studio
It's quite unlikely that any potential damage to a ...
I am going to suggest you restart your machine with all unneeded items removed,
External hard disks, USB thumbnail drives, etc.
Note that there is a lot of Rebooting to these processes.
First create a shortcut on your desktop for a Command Prompt (CMD.EXE).
After you create the shortcut, right-click on it and choose "Advanced"
in the "Shortcut&...
Your computer wakes up for no apparent reason, and this happens only if it is left
plugged-in overnight. All the checks for any software-connected problem came up
without any result. It's maybe time to thing of a hardware problem.
The only explanation I can think of relates to a power problem.
The fact that the computer needs to be plugged-in for a long time ...
I'm not certain whether you mean the new lead is 5A or the existing...
5A is already a bit high for a computer PSU mains cable, but as that's the common minimum, it will be fine. If you were particularly paranoid a 3A would be 'safer' by the tiniest margin.
Most generic cables are supplied with 13A fuses, because that's just the maximum permissible load.
I tried all the above options on my Lenovo Flex 5 laptop and was not able to figure out the issue. After several trial finally I got the solution. Apparently the Touchpad was off. You can easily fix this by searching Touchpad option on start menu. Click on "Turn off the Touchpad menu". A window will open that will show if the touchpad is 'On' or '...
So i had this issue, the diagnostics did not give me much information. The fan did not fail, however i could see that CPU temp, was very close to the highest temp it should be. To further explain, there is a table, that will say
Current temp 70
Highest Temp 74
Lowest Temp 48
I stripped the laptop down and removed the fan and heat sink, ...
Low battery warning (25%)
When the battery level on Windows Vista gets low, there isn’t any pop up or dialogue window come up. Instead, when battery reaches 25%, the indicator turns yellow to notify users about the low battery. The change in color may incite bottom-up process, but again, the small size of the notification area might make it a little bit ...
I have a Lenovo ThinkPad T520 which recently developed the same problem you are having. It is most certainly the Intel Management Engine that is the culprit.
In my case, I can remove the battery (main battery, not the motherboard CMOS battery) and power cable, reconnect the power cable, and after numerous attemts of rebooting and restarting (by for example ...
I experienced a similar situation. My laptop charger died due to voltgage spikes in my area and I had this same idea of replacing the fuse with with a piece of wire as I urgently needed to charge my laptop and an alternate charger or a new fuse was not an option that time. So I soldered a piece of wire in place of the fuse. As soon as I plugged in the ...
According to this knowledge base article from Dell:
Newer Notebook systems are utilizing Intel 4th Generation processors that require a new type of memory SoDIMM known as DDR3-Low Voltage or "DDR3L".
DDR3L is pin-compatible with DDR3.
DDR3L is a dual voltage capable memory SoDIMM, which supports operation at both 1.5V and 1.35V.
Go with the manufacturer specification, otherwise another utility to use is SIV system information viewer http://rh-software.com/: nothing else comes close to analysing what is in your computer.
If I lookup the model number of the ram it states ddr3l. CPUz is incorrect.
I had the same problem with my ASUS laptop. Even though I had "Do Nothing" in the "When I close the lid" setting, but the laptop would still go to sleep when I closed the lid. All I did to correct this was that I just changed that setting to something else and then changed it back to "Do Nothing" and then started working like it ...
That is common if the OEM power delivery system wasn't designed to run full-tilt full-time (either due to OEM value engineering, or thermal constraints). As mentioned above, 180W power brick is not quite enough for some gaming laptops and they will in fact lose charge over time while heavily loaded for long periods.
AFAIK, currently the highest powered ...
Ok dude look now go to HD Audio Manager and you should see on the right side of the window an analog bar with a black dot on it. Press it and then a little window will appear then just try all of the options you will see untill u find your headset. I found out just a minute ago. By the way sorry for my English its my second langiage and its late at night and ...
This laptop is not new and HP does not provide drivers for Windows 10.
HP drivers for Windows 8.1
can still be useful, but the only related one that is not ancient is the BIOS
from Feb 28, 2018, version F.67 Rev. A. Check if this BIOS is not already installed,
and if not then install it very carefully, reading carefully the installation
If you uninstalled the software, it's not at fault... unless some errant process is still running in the background, perhaps a left-over service or malware, from malicious installation. Use Task Manager to see what is using so much CPU time.
Also check for malware with your antivirus suite, e.g. Defender.
They're actually the same.
Lithium-ion and lithium-polymer cells have nominal voltages in the range of 3.6-3.8V. Their actual voltage fluctuates though, it can be slightly higher when the cell is charged. Your battery contains three such cells nominally rated 3.7V each, 11.1V in total because they're connected in series. The replacement battery has cells ...
Short answer: Yes
For laptops and mobile electronics, I always recommend surge protectors that use resettable circuit breakers, such as Panamax's Power360 Wall Tap (auto-senses under-voltage and over-voltage, auto tripping and resetting its internal breaker when required, providing a LED ring with three diagnostic lights).
Using any externally powered ...
I was fighting the loud DELL fan for ages - lifting the PC so it can breathe air from the bottom, installing DELL power manager, etc. Nothing worked. The solution is really simple - in Windows, go to "power & sleep" -> "Additional power settings" -> "Change plan settings" -> "change advanced power settings"...
Alright i solved my own problem thanks to all the wonderful help i managed to get it hooked up to a external monitor turns out my laptop was turning the monitor white when it was raised up but i shut it and managed to get control on the external monitor so i must have damaged the LCD screen when i hit it working on getting a new screen if you know about any ...
On the drivers page for your laptop, they list the "Alienware Command Center Application" under the "Application" category, the description says:
This package contains the Alienware Command Center application. The package includes Main Dashboard, Games Library, Game Profile Manager, AlienFX Lighting Manager (AlienFX compatible systems ...
To simplify, the question ought to be; how many watts per hour does a AC powered charger designed to power a DC powered device that requires 65 watts to power it require in units equal to watts per hour.
I am guessing more than 65 watts per hour due to the conversion from AC to DC.
I do not know and am guessing based upon limited knowledge. but the ...
I have one running with a FullHD monitor. You are aware it won't work for gaming or for old games you will have to lower resolution. I also have some problems with youtube videos from time to time but that is mostly the entire old computer.
Hope this helps.
The text I can see on the keys is in German.
I worked in Germany for two year and got to know the keyboard quite well. However as you say the position of the Y and Z are not in the usual German positions.
I have seen this issue on some laptops, especially with OLED screens. A usually successful quick fix I know of is to disable 'Panel Self-Refresh' in the Intel Graphics Control Panel:
Open Intel Graphics Control Panel
Select 'On battery'
Click 'Disable' under the heading 'Panel Self-Refresh'
Here is a picture to help:
Hope this helps.
It states that "you cannot put DDR3 in a DDR3L slot" because it can only operate at 1.5v and not 1.35v. It also states that you can put "DDR3L in a DDR3 slot" because DDR3L can operate at 1.35v and 1.5v.
As your quote states 4th gen Intel processors, which exclusively support 1.35V operation for memory.
Your slots are exclusively low ...
Had the same problem with my HP laptop. Tried closing the lid, F4, etc, but they did't work for me. It was booting into the Windows login screen, but refused to output anything to HDMI during neither startup nor login.
I figured out a pretty simple solution when I was playing around with the start-up buttons (for my particular model, a touchscreen HP Envy), ...
@user2901512 is right: there are big ambient temperature differences between day and night, which explain your observation.
Nowadays there are laptop tables which have extra ventilation, I'm posting a picture for the one I'm using and you can find it quite cheap on internet.
My Laptop Table
Also you can use Sysinternals' Process Explorer (https://docs....
Yeah, you can partition your Hard Drive and dual boot Windows and Linux, assuming you have Windows already installed.
Watch this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9gS5SoogltE
and this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rPUVIc-W13s
to learn more.
Well for starters it's hotter during the daytime because of the heat of the sun...
To mitigate this I would simply use a heat-conductive material (conductive as in to draw out i.e to absorb). I recommend an oven tray because it is of the right size, shape, and material. This of course is not a solution, just something that can help out.
Is it safe to have it turned on 24/7?
Should I remove the battery from the laptop or keep it as a backup power source?
I'd keep it. The laptop will run off power supply if it's connected. The excessive battery wear when laptop is running on AC is mostly a myth. With default settings the battery will charge to 100% and then laptop's circuitry will ...
One way to know what is slowing down a computer is monitoring usage in Task manager.
Right click the taskbar and click on task manager, Go to performance tap and check if anything is near 100% when your computer is slow.
My guess is your graphics card is not good enough to run two monitors or the resolution of it, But that shouldn't slow down your PC only ...
Disconnect all your internal drives and try to boot your live CD.
Then try to boot again adding one drive after another to search the culprit that prevents booting.
The best thing is to remove your broken drive and connect it to a running linux system to see if it is recognized there.
DisplayFusion is another viable alternative. Two of its features are relevant:
Window Position Profiles: one profile identifies all existing windows uniquely, and stores their window-position;
Monitor Profiles: one profile stores the monitor configuration, and can auto-reset other settings that are specific to such monitor-layout.
Upon docking a laptop, or ...
The problems seem to be power-oriented:
The fact that turning electrical appliances on/off in the house causes
problems may mean that the electricity in your house is not well isolated
and some appliances cause strong electrical surges, which is quite dangerous.
In that case the computer needs to be protected with a UPS
or at least with a surge protector.