So my monitor fell forward onto the top of a pop can. When on... you can see the results below. However, when feeling with my finger, there are no cracks; Confirmed visually when the monitor is off.
Here is the monitor I bought.. about 18 months ago...
So I have an ASUS ROG G751JL-DS71 laptop with a broken screen. It didn't come with a hard drive, I've had to put one in myself. I ultimately want to run the computer headless, but I've run into a problem. Due to the broken screen, I can't see what I'm doing, and pressing the key combination to...
Novice builder here,
This is my first attempt at building my own pc. After mounting the mobo, cpu, gpu, ssd and psu I turned on the power, but only had the mobo flash for a split second then nothing. What am I doing wrong?
Just installed a 240gb SSD and copied a partition from my HDD over to the SSD and wanted to make that my boot drive. Followed some website that told me to use regedit.exe and rename my SSD drive to C: and rename my HDD to something else. Now when I try to boot my pc, I go past two loading...
Because apparently I'm stupid. I applied it to the silver plate on top of the cpu and accidentaly rubbed some of it on PCB surrounding it. It left some residue because I realized that I shouldn't be using what I was using in the process and left it not-perfectly clean and the polish remover...
I'm currently running the following rig
AM3+ socket Gigabyte GA-990FXA-D3 mobo
Phenom II X6 1090T CPU
8GB of DDR3 1600 RAM
NVIDIA GTX 760
Now this computer is definitely a few years old now, and I've seen some struggles in recent titles like Doom. I'm only a very light gamer...
I was wondering if you guys could tell me if the laptop I am planning to buy is future proof.
Its an ASUS ROG GL552vx.
Here are the specs
1x8gb ddr4 ram
Nvidia GTX950M GPU
SSD slot available.
I want the laptop to atleast last for 3-4 years.
If not, then any...
i am trying to restore my laptop to factory settings. System recovery is not available and the F11 key is not enabled. what do I do? I have already backed up my system. just need to perform system recovery
I overclocked my FX-8320 by 100Mhz to start off and now when i'm turning on my PC sometimes it will turn on for a second then shut off and I have to press the power button again for it to properly turn on so is this normal or is there a way to fix this? BTW my mobo is a GA-970A-UD3P
I've been using a Samsung 840 EVO for my primary boot drive for awhile. Before that though I used a regular HDD that I still haven't deleted windows from. Whenever I boot up my PC, rather than starting Windows immediately it will always go to a boot screen asking me which hard drive I...