Which OS was it running?
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Which OS was it running?
I don't think you can do that. My friend used a clear glow in the dark paint on his. Since it goes on clear you can't really see it in the light, other that a "glossy" look to the button.
Is this a new issue after updating drivers? Have you recently changed video cards?
Please list your specs & recheck all of your connections. It could be a memory issue. Try booting the PC with one stick of ram. If that doesn't work try the other stick of ram. If that doesn't solve...
That's crazy. I've never seen ram like that either. How old is the laptop?
Acetone (fingernail polish remover).
Thanks guys, I'll have her give that a try.
I have a friend that wants to back up all of her DVD movies. She has no computer skills so I need a free easy to use backup program, or something that at least has a simple learning curve.
Awesome. Kudos to AMD & Warsam71.
Not a lot of games really take advantage of 8 core cpu's. The 4350 quad core would be a better upgrade with a stock clock of 4.2: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819113326...
The board in my sig has been rock solid.
I have had good luck using Avast free. It has a boot time scan option that runs the antivirus before the system actually boots so the virus hasn't loaded to mask itself. I also run Malwarebytes.
I've switched motherboards using Win 7 a couple of times & did not have to reinstall the OS. Just install the new drivers after you swap the board & reactivate Windows when the prompt comes up.
I haven't used this yet but bookmarked it after others have said they've had good luck using it: http://7datarecovery.com/
Memtest can run for along time if you want it to but if it has errors it usually shows up in the first 30 min or so.
The first thing that I would do is run http://memtest86.com/ with just one stick of RAM at a time. Then after that I would also check the SSD's health with...
It's not going to do any good unless you do a lot of Photoshopping or rendering.
Looks like you can drop in quite a few different CPU's. If interested I have a 975 http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819103923 for $35 shipped.
You should strongly consider an entire system upgrade for "today's" games.
My 19yr old son is playing this game and loves it so far. Lot's of fun he said.
I forgot to mention that you will need display port to display port connection to take advantage of all the bandwidth, hope you ordered that too.
Bought the monitor in my sig I'm very pleased with it. I couldn't believe how much better the 144Hz monitor was over my old generic HP.
Many "groups" have been working to improve impovershed nations for more years than I can count. If the money wasn't used to line organizations & receiving nations leaders than this would have been...
I would consider a monitor with a higher resolution but am limited to the 24" screen size due to my desk. I've seen an IPS panel before but not a high refresh rate monitor. The IPS wasn't bad, but...
A 4k monitor is out of my price league and I can't use anything but a 24" monitor. I was looking at these two:
144Hz monitor: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824236313