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  1. CSM means backward compatibility mode for an old BIOS. In other words: MBR and not GPT. Not UEFI mode. This is why the system does not boot. The appropriate disk partition is missing. There is a built-in tool in Windows that allows you to convert but there is a certain risk of information loss. Before you begin it is advisable to create an Image of the disk with software like Macrium Reflect so that it can be restored if something goes wrong. Instructions for converting disk partitions here. Refer to the second chapter which explains how to do it from the desktop. The alternative option is to reinstall the system after turning off CSM mode in UEFI (which will lead to it being installed in UEFI mode).
    5 points
  2. The specifications you received are reasonable -, the case is really expensive in relation to what it gives and also the power supply is super expensive and not better from suppliers that cost significantly less, the storage is really unclear, there is a tiny disk of 256 for 220 shekels ?! Instead of a 1T SSD at ~ 500 that will at least let you install games on it in addition the cooling of the super ultra expensive processor without being better than cooling costs hundreds of shekels less (this even if we ignore the fact that 5600 X is a super efficient and cool processor that does not need cooling over 150 shekels). If you plan to stay with the computer for many years I would also upgrade to 5800X or switch to 10850K and the screen recommended for you to spin, but I would go for the Dell S2721DGF or Gigabyte M27Q. I would go for something like this: https://tms.co.il/246215 and max in the future adds memory if you see the need. I just wanted to add that KSP had the meager until very recently at ~ 1700 NIS and is about as good as the screen I put here and costs less which is in stock. If you prefer AMD then replace the board and processor with those.
    3 points
  3. It's still insane. The most "old" processors that can be used (which are not cell phones or other budget processors) are eighth generation. It is excessive and unnecessary. In my opinion no one will be in a hurry to move to Windows 11 like this, and Microsoft will be stuck with Windows 10 and will have to extend its support for a long time to come. And that’s before the whole backward segment with TPM.
    2 points
  4. @Smuel Dekel It is not recommended to change the memory allocation to the graphics processor. The chance that this will lead to problems in the future is greater than the theoretical benefit, and it is not even certain that in such a case you will remember that you changed it while trying to locate and resolve the problem. If you need more RAM that 6GB is not enough, the more reliable solution is to buy another 8GB module and not play with the system's allocation and memory management variables.
    1 point
  5. No YouTube guide? What is the shelf model? And .... what about operating instructions?
    1 point
  6. I would recommend you look for a second hand computer with 2080 or 3060, occasionally can be found in the 4500 area. If you want first hand then I would recommend you wait a bit for the graphics card prices to calm down.
    1 point
  7. I do not really know Paragon. You do not have 3 small drives, but one large drive that you have divided into partitions, right? Acronis can overwrite all your partitions and build the drive structure as it was before the backup. He probably will not do it without asking you that it is really what you want. If, however, what you want is to restore a 100GB partition into a single 40 partition, then this is only possible if in the original backup the total space used was less than 40.
    1 point
  8. In Acronis when backing up partitions or drives - partition size is part of the backup parameter. When restoring - by default it overwrites all existing partitions, so it does not really matter what change you have made to them since the backup. If you back up and restore a specific partition, then he will probably expect there to be enough free space to place it where you want it. But - it has an advanced option to play manually with the size of the partitions, and I think it will also give you the option to restore to a smaller physical space, provided it is not less than the size of the space used inside the backup. For example - a 100-gigabyte partition that had 60 GB in use and 40 available - there is a situation that will allow you to create a disk of only 80 GB and restore there, but a 50 GB partition - probably not.
    1 point
  9. What you did is called wishful thinking. I gave you a general model of computer, it comes with i3, i5, i7 it comes with 8 or 16GB. You decided I made a mistake and compared to i3 but that's not the case. Anyway, you were told you could also ask for a million dollars but need to find someone who is willing to pay it. X415JF-EK007 costs from 2120 NIS and if someone would ask me I would recommend taking X415JA-EK025 which costs 2200. The first comes with geforce mx130 which is a waste of silicone, the second without. Both with i5-1035g1, both with ssd512 nvme which is bigger And faster than your own. Both with 8GB. Indeed, they both do not have a fingerprint reader. There is no doubt that this is a feature worth at least a thousand or two. If your computer is a year old, you bought it At the moment the market is not in short supply but flooding because all of Israel bought a laptop last year and now there is no demand. These are two questions with a different answer and the answer is influenced by the human factor.
    1 point
  10. Hi, this is indeed the same mobile (the ones in KSP, it is not the same mobile as in the Ivory) that the difference between them is 8 GB of memory. As they say, that's what's there. Please note that the warranty is for one year only, and can be extended to three years at an additional cost. You could say the warranty is due to ASUS 'Achilles heel in the country. Well, whatever it seems to you. The mobile itself is cool, by the way ....
    1 point
  11. It's pretty subjective, after all. It is possible and there is a keyboard rating between the laptops and themselves. Maybe they did, but I do not know, and the truth also sees no reason, comparisons between mobile keyboards and regular ones. In short, like anything, good and excellent keyboards are or at least have been in the past, in expensive computers, when the leaders in the field were considered Lenovo's Tinkpad mobiles of various T series, and also X. However, not the Lenovo you have .... also dell xps stumps and other premium computers of Other companies received good marks in the keyboard field. I speak in the past tense because today everything is blurring in this area as well, and "good" is really hard to find. To the question of Tekel's - take some time to adjust to the keyboard of the laptop. I do not think the laptop keyboard is less good than a simple keyboard, but there are too many nuances between the two keyboards, and each one and his habits. If it makes it difficult for you to get used to it, at least it's good that there are alternatives ....
    1 point
  12. 1. No. Not on all mobiles. There are some and there are some. Sometimes it "sits" just above the anter, and sometimes the backslash is above another key, meaning that another key separates it from the anter. And of course there are other kinds of arrangements, according to the imagination of the manufacturers. It also depends with the hunter is just a regular width key or grabs two rows of keys, and more priest and priestess. The screen size also dictates the arrangement of the keys, not that 17.3 should be a problem, but Lenovo sometimes chose to put the same keyboard on both 15.6 and 17.3, just the edges were different widths. 2. Obviously. You do not have the luxury of a standard keyboard. A standard keyboard doesn't really have a limit on its width, or dimensions at all. On a laptop, as mentioned, it is dictated by the screen size and other technical considerations. 3. lol You opened a Pandora's box. Obviously the mechanism is different. Again, there is not all the depth that the manufacturer can afford in a standard keyboard. "M, it's considered a real wow. Of course, the required pressure and operating point and other Yamba parameters also make the keyboard successful / excellent, good, fine or not good enough. And getting used to printing on a laptop is part of using it.
    1 point
  13. Specifications are reasonable, but you can get much more for the same price: Processor: 779 NIS - * Sale * - intel SIX Core i5 11400 2.6Ghz-4.4Ghz Rocket Lake S1200 TRAY CPU air cooling: 109 NIS - * New * - CoolerMaster Hyper 212 SPECTRUM RGB Motherboard: 540 NIS - * New * - ASUS PRIME B560-PLUS Memory: 377 NIS - * Sale * - 16G (2x8G) Crucial Ballistix-ELITE DDR4 3200Mhz CL16 Video card: 3900 NIS - * Sale in computer assembly * - ZOTAC GeForce RTX3070Ti 8G Up To 1800MHz TRINITY OC Hard Disk: 509 ₪ - WD Blue 1T SN550 NVMe R / W Up To 2400 / 1950MB / s 5 Year Warranty Hard Disk: 259 ₪ - * Sale * Seagate 2T 3.5 'Sata3 Barracuda 7200RPM 2 Years Warranty Supplier Power: 456 NIS - Antec 750W HCG-750M 80+ GOLD Full Modular High Current Gamer Case: 394 NIS - Larger Antec NX800 SSD, case that comes with enough ventilation without the need for extra and a more powerful video card. The 11400 is equivalent to about 10600K in most uses and does not require a Z490 board that costs significantly more. Do not let link here to stores that do not pay for the site so you will add the address of startpc at the beginning. /build/media/build/viewBuild.php?uid=60f2d708612c3
    1 point
  14. Definately not. Basically, no need to switch as long as the temperatures are normal. It does not go by time but by the degrees of the CPU.
    1 point
  15. There's a bit of a mess today with this. Sometimes you click on a new message and you have to do a refresh to see ... Regarding the mobile - you will have to retry with the network cable. With how weird it is .... maybe a network card also grinds the battery?
    1 point
  16. Hi because what the laptop shows is an estimate of the battery time according to what is turned on at a given moment. Note that this also happens if you add or take actions during the day. That is, the mobile shows that it has X hours left and if you close an application or add, the figure varies accordingly.
    1 point
  17. It is a very simple board and no NVME based SSD can be put in it. For normal student work this computer should be completely rotated and if there is a slowdown it is probably at a software level that is interfering with the background or the computer is just accessing the mechanical drive too much for one reason or another. I recommend trying to check the use of the mechanical drive, it would be very sucks to buy a new computer and connect the mechanical disk to it and then find out that it is causing the problem ... If you are still going to format the computer for the new board and processor, then format it now and see if This works out before replacing the CPU. It is also possible (I do not know if I have said it already) to disconnect the mechanical drive and see if the computer moves faster. You may find that the computer does not boot to the operating system at all when the mechanical is disconnected, which means that the bootloader is on it. (And it does not contribute to performance even if it does not explain daily slowness) As mentioned, I do not recommend you go this way right now but: the old memory should work with new processors but will prevent them from getting the most performance. Since you do not really need CPU performance, it does not matter. If you do not know how to do the job alone and at such a level that there will be no damage, I recommend considering replacing the entire computer. For the replacement of the parts will take you money, for the computer train do not take. Sell ​​your old computer without a video card and buy a new computer with a new case and a new vendor. So too will you have a front C tape. MSI B560M PRO WIFI is a board that costs about 600 NIS. It has what you asked for. Intel Core i5 10400F is a processor that costs about 700 NIS. Must have external video card (you said there). I would match the above quality NVME based SSD with a volume of 1 tera at a cost of 500-600 NIS. 16 GB of 3200 MHz memory is another 300 NIS.
    1 point
  18. Well I am now blocked here in the forum also ksp. Go to the ksp website and add to the web / item / 112488 / @ravnadal address
    1 point
  19. Team Group has already started distributing PC5 38400 memory sticks, but all sales sites are no longer in stock. https://www.teamgroupinc.com/en/product/elite-u-dimm-ddr5 newegg -> https://www.newegg.com/team-32gb/p/N82E16820331704 ADATA is expected to release its memories in the quarter 3 of 2021 -> https://www.adata.com/us/news/857
    1 point
  20. It's always ideal. But on the other hand if there is something he can use right now and update when needed or when the budget allows. So why not? As long as it is hardware that is supported and will allow him to operate for the period close to the uses he specified. He did not say that his computer was in Total loss mode. At the moment I do not know if there is anything that can be used or what the condition of it is. This is not a Catholic wedding anyway. It will always be possible to upgrade. If he would in any case prefer a budget for a new computer complete with the budget he specified, then I will write to him. The video card for sure will not be new, or built-in max. @ A-10
    1 point
  21. Good. I suggest you turn to Lenovo for support.
    1 point
  22. Okay here is https://www.plonter.co.il/priceoffer_shoppingcart.tmpl?PriceOffer=243441 Good luck!
    1 point
  23. In the aftermath the difference is not so significant, but also not negligible. In the other programs, however, the difference is significant.
    1 point
  24. What exactly is wrong? You probably know that on the basis of one chassis of a car 5 models are produced, which the consumer in general finds it difficult to think are from the same chassis (CORE in the parable). And I have already given a link to the differences in the current Insider version, which are quite different from the leaked version, until the final version there can be many more changes in all the components, in the core, in the GUI and also in the conditions of suitable hardware. There is no point in repeating the mantra of "I installed" because the world has already moved on ....
    1 point
  25. Microsoft's wind vane continues. Here is a video that clarifies the situation at the moment - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cwsYGGiUVVM as usual, it will change in a short time, hopefully for our benefit ..... Edit: I raised this ^^^ In another discussion, But I think this discussion is also essential.
    1 point
  26. Theoretically yes. Practical - depends on many factors. Personally, given the cost of the adapter, I would not go for it. Or will you only get 1500 MB? Worth all the hustle and bustle? Many would like "only" 1000 MB. Hence, joins the above recommendation ^^^^.
    1 point
  27. Yeah Al that sounds pretty crap to me, Looks like BT aint for me either, Looks like BT aint for me either. Spending quite a bit of money + refusing an additional external component + wasting a USB port for something that will probably never really be utilized in the real world - a waste in my opinion.
    1 point
  28. There is a tool (not Microsoft) called WHYNOTWIN11 that gives much more detail than the Microsoft tool. https://github.com/rcmaehl/WhyNotWin11 Keep in mind that it relies on the requirements that Microsoft has announced and if you learn from the past then chances are they will change.
    1 point
  29. I do not know about you (all surfers) but ... I appreciate the freedom (even if relative) in the current state of operating caves so far. Nor would it be an exaggeration to say that if Microsoft really wanted to prevent all the "celebrations" of the use of pirated / developing ninety shekels, it could have done so quite some time ago even without the TPM. And the theoretical necessity should not knock so many users.
    1 point
  30. There are reasons why theoretically this is necessary. And if one decides that it is necessary one has to someday decide where the line passes. But practical? This adds another point of failure and does not really improve security for the average user. Even more puzzling is the decision to draw the line two years back in what appears on the face of it to be a completely arbitrary decision given the fact that TPM has been supported on all processors for the past 5 years (and I think one or two generations earlier but I'm not closed on that). The latter that really did not lead to the abandonment of five- or six-year-old systems (and the global chip shortage at the time). But it remains to be seen what the actual meanings are. Need to wait closer to launch. However, as you said Microsoft seems a bit carried away with their inspiration from Apple. exactly!
    1 point
  31. I would say that the rabbi is still hidden from the visible. The requirement for a TPM makes sense (an attempt to prevent the system from going up if malicious changes were made to the firmware and components outside the operating system itself; also contributes to disk encryption security) 7 at the same time quite draconian. Indeed a page from Apple's book. There are some issues here in my opinion. First of all the echo niche support. Although the firmware-level chip imaging mentioned by Moon-Mage (called fTPM on AMD and PTT on Intel's side) is supported in my opinion by all Intel processors from the last decade (and probably the last five years) and the first generation of Raisens, the option does not always exist in the BIOS because Matters of market segmentation. This is something that a BIOS update can solve but the question is whether the board manufacturers will release such an update. Probably for boards that are a few years to a few good years old. I don't really have statistics on the rate of boards in any generation that supports it in recent editions (starting with 6th and 7th generation Intel and first generation Reisen). TPM simulation in firmware is also not as secure as a dedicated chip, and there are applications for which it is not enough, but in my opinion Microsoft will not make it so difficult and in truth it is also irrelevant to the average home or office user. There is another problem with TPM. Strengthening system security through encryption keys and locking it to changes adds more failure points and more difficulties that the average user may encounter through no fault of their own. Especially those who deal with a little more exotic things like Dual Boot or will try to install another system that has no voltage for Secure Boot. There is a reason why by default on most boards / laptops (whether there is a chip or simulation in the firmware) this option is disabled. There may eventually be ways to install TPMs as well, along with warnings that the system is "not secure", but at the moment it is factually impossible to install the leaked version without TPM and Secure Boot mode. Need to wait for more mature versions. Processors in my opinion will not really limit, but Microsoft can impose an artificial limitation. Ochi is more of a warning to spur board manufacturers to include it as a standard so that by 2025 there will be no systems on the market without it. But all guesses at the moment. One has to wait for more mature versions. It would be quite ironic even if in a time of global shortage of chips leading to price increases and stock shortages, and given that the jump in processor performance over a 4-5 year period is not so significant that their power is still in the hips of even "old" systems, Microsoft will decide it is timing It is good to apply these restrictions. Actually not ironic at all. Will continue the pattern of one good system, followed by a problematic system problem with lots of birth cords.
    1 point
  32. It should be taken into account that the performance of the video card in the mobile will not be close to the performance of the same card in the stationary.
    1 point
  33. For the spin-off developer @simpleone, feel free to check out the premiere performance test (and other Adobe software) via the puget test. Also that you have an indication of what you can get in upgrading and also in looking between different computers with different components. Test Comparison Link - https://www.pugetsystems.com/benchmarks/?age=30&benchmark=&application=premiere&specs=#results-table Test installation option to test your computer yourself. https://www.pugetsystems.com/labs/articles/PugetBench-for-Premiere-Pro-1519/ In addition this is an example of a computer test I offered you (although I did offer with 32GB of RAM). https://www.pugetsystems.com/benchmarks/view.php?id=10360
    1 point
  34. Not accurate @ A-10. It all depends on how you look at it and it depends on what video card there is in addition because of Adobe's new support (last year) in accelerating hardware for amd and nvidia video cards in Premiere). In the performance tests of many YouTubers it may seem like this because they use certain settings and most of it is old and out of date information. In terms of processors then Intel's advantage over the Premier was the Quicksync in the built - in video card. Without it then it is no faster. On the other hand, many content creators do not actually use Quicksync hardware acceleration for several reasons. First thing is their requirements for certain codecs or different levels of Encoding that do not exist in Quick sync and that is a lot, or a certain level of finish that is lower in Quicksync. Now it's important to note that the newer versions of Premier finally support the acceleration of hardware from Amd and Nvidia to video cards as well. So what was once exclusive to Intel has now become open to other video cards and is more serious than what Quicksync has to offer. Premier hardware acceleration support only improves with NVIDIA and AMD graphics cards.
    1 point
  35. I would not run to Apple. In any case, a laptop that can be recommended within the budget (NIS 6495 on the website at the moment on pc365 Schneider) is https://www.pc365.co.il/product-26497-Asus_Zephyrus_G14_GA401IV_HA404T_Moonlight_White_AniMe_Matrix_versionhWAUSUSH14Z401. Relatively this computer will be more powerful than founders and similar Intel computers and according to plus-minus tests can be worked on in terms of screen. As there is also a version of a newer model that costs about 404 or more with a processor from the 2000 series for amd laptops and also a video card from the 5000XXX series from NVIDIA. Manufacturer: Asus, Product Type: Laptop, Processor Model: AMD Ryzen ™ 3-9HS Processor 4900GHz (3.0M Cache, up to 8GHz), Internal Memory: 4.3GB, Storage: 32TB, Disk Type: PCIe NVMe M. 1 SSD, Screen size: 2, Resolution: 14.0x2560, Video card model: NVIDIA® GeForce RTX ™ 1440 2060GB GDDR6 Max-Q Design, Operating system: Windows 6 Home, Warranty period: year, Warranty type: Collection and return from customer, Giver Service: Asus @simpleone
    1 point
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