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    Re: iPhone X battery replacement

    Follow these steps to reinstall the Apple Mobile Device USB driver:

    Disconnect your device from the computer.
    Reconnect your device. If iTunes opens, close it.
    Press the Windows and R key on...
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    Re: Too many crashes

    Run SFC /scannow to check the state of your DirectX install. If nothing untoward is found you can trying re-installing using the DirectX redistributable which you can find here

    Update your...
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    Re: iPhone X battery replacement

    You're better off just replacing the battery. Whilst disabling features may reduce the drain on the battery, ultimately it's not at its 100% rated capacity regardless of how many times you charge it....
  4. Thread: Backup??

    by chiefnz
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    Re: Backup??

    Have a look at EaseUS's ToDo backup free edition.

    If all you're looking for is Full/Differential/Incremental Backup and Restore then it's a good choice.

    I have been using their Workstation...
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    Re: Looking to replace Gaming Box

    If by lame you mean it is not current Gen then yes correct, but there is a world-wide shortage of GPU's and CPU's that is pushing pricing to ridiculous levels.
    The 2060S is no slouch and is...
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    Re: Looking to replace Gaming Box

    Honestly with those specs, all you really need to do is upgrade the CPU and motherboard...Everything else is fine.

    16GB of memory and a 2060 Super is more than enough horse power for 1080p...
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    Re: Looking to replace Gaming Box

    To be honest, I'd go with:

    Ryzen 5 3600
    X570 Motherboard
    16GB of 3200MHz RAM
    RTX3060

    Works out to about $1700 or so.

    X570 is much better feature wise AND is compatible with current and...
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    Re: Looking to replace Gaming Box

    What are the specs of his current machine?

    You could save $1K or so if you just bought the CPU, motherboard, GPU and RAM and assuming the current case he has is compatible and there are no other...
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    Re: Combining SPF records for domain

    I suggest you find out what the preferred settings are from your mail provider to determine if you should use ~all or -all

    ~all is less restrictive than -all

    For -all if the domain doesn't...
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    Re: How may stuck on Win10 v1909

    I've had this installed since it's release and I haven't had any issues.
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    Re: How may stuck on Win10 v1909

    What's the brand? Make and model?
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    Re: PC away from its domain.

    Do you get any error messages? nVidia driver are you trying to install? You will need to use the Quadro driver which you can find here

    Also which build version of Windows 10 are you running----->...
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    Re: Is this a waste of time?

    Here's your problem...
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    Re: DOS batch file question

    I don't disagree with that, it is a "workaround" to the problem... the whole point behind "system paths" is to be able to "point the OS" to the correct locations for executable files/programmatic...
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    Re: DOS batch file question

    Also make sure that the Python path is set under System Variables and NOT User Variables.
  16. Re: Eset Internet Security vs Malwarebytes vs Windows Defender

    In this day and age...it's better to "spend" on end-point protection... whilst Defender does an adequate job, it is not as good versus an offering such as ESET.

    Stick with ESET, she will not...
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    Re: Vodafone's new Broadband system

    I'm in Sydney, East Ryde, provider is Aussie Broadband... they have THE BEST service hands down. I used to be with Vodafone, then Telstra then Optus... they all sucked... Aussie BB has been awesome.
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    Re: Vodafone's new Broadband system

    Fibre is obviously the better choice as it can support higher speeds but whether you can actually buy a service which is higher than 1Gbps is another story.

    1Gbps is plenty for home use to be...
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    Re: UPS - Line Interactive

    A UPS and a backup/alternate power supply are 2 different things in form and function...

    A UPS is purely for the purpose of preventing damage to equipment due to unexpected power loss... it is not...
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    Re: Vodafone's new Broadband system

    I'm on HFC here in Aussie 1Gbps/50Mbps (Down/Up) - hasn't skipped a beat and the performance is fantastic...currently waiting to hear back about upping the upload speed to about 100Mbps at least....
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    Re: Group Policy Editor

    I also experienced random crashes to the desktop when gaming (I play Division 2 - and disclaimer, there is a known issue with the game randomly crashing since the last title update but this is...
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    Re: Do you have a Microsoft account?

    Have a look at this thread to get an idea of the rationale behind a MS Account
  23. Thread: Microsoft Edge

    by chiefnz
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    Re: Microsoft Edge

    Yeah I wouldn't remove Edge, as it's heavily integrated into the OS itself...you may find other things breaking or not working correctly within the OS... proceed with caution.
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    Re: XBox 1 and installing / playing games

    Yes the games have to be "installed" on the Xbox disk drive. If it's taking too long, it is possible there are 2 issues:

    1) It's a mechanical HDD, so reading data from a disk and then writing it...
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    Re: Microsoft account

    If you're logged into the machine using a MS account then you can install the SSD and then re-install or clone the current HDD to the SSD.

    As long as you continue logging in with your MS account...
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