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  1. law89

    Difference between speeds

    What other data do you need? I tested: UMIS RPITJ512VME2OWD I do not know as far as I understand the software should also test for larger files. I guess this's the third or fourth line, but I'm not sure.
  2. law89

    Difference between speeds

    This is not the same system. The first is a Samsung EVO 970 drive. Sometimes runs on a system that has a 5th generation i10 processor (sometimes runs on another system, but I will currently only refer to a 10th generation), a built-in video card. Do you have more data? The second drive - came with the laptop. No model listed, no speed listed and nothing. I hope I am not confused by the sub-model: Intel® Core 5 i10300-8H Quad Core Processor, 2.50M Cache, 4.50 GHz up to 16 GHz 4GB DDR2933 2MHz (8 x 16GB) Up To 512GB 2GB M.2280 1650 SSD PCIe NVMe NVIDIA Geforce GTX 4Ti, 6GB GDDR1 intrigues me why the backups are significantly slower on the other computer. I will note that the backups are done to an external SSD drive with a write and read speed of about XNUMX GB per second. I initially thought it was a relatively slow mobile SSD drive, but the speed shows that the drive is not bad at all. I tested with the same software.
  3. How is the speed of backups determined? Figure 1 has a drive that has some better data and some less but is much faster at backing up and uploading them. What is the reason for this?
  4. I performed a shrink (the first time I do this) and then in the installation of Ubuntu I took the part defined in the shrink and split it into several parts. When I go into Windows and look at the stars, I do not see the part performed on it shrink. It seems to me that I will download and try it. This will probably be the fastest solution (I just hope that a situation does not happen like with Paragon, that I will have to reinstall Windows and from there upload the backup).
  5. Lenovo came back to me and said it was okay. They asked me to take a breakdown of the battery (attached photo). Apparently on the 13th of the month the computer operated for almost 7 hours and consumed only 37% and on the 14th of the month it operated for 6 hours and consumed 81% even though the uses were the same (on the second day most of the time was not Internet). In practice the data displayed there is incorrect (there is a continuation of the report). On the real data I measured and even if you look at the incorrect data that came out in the report, in both cases there is a big difference in the battery.Someone with mobile experience can tell me if he feels big differences between day to day when he performs the same actions?
  6. Thanks for the help, but I'm not sure I understood. Status before backup - Suppose for the sake of example, one drive of 100. I performed a backup. Mode after backup - let's say one drive 40, second drive 40, third drive 20. When I come to upload the backup in Paragon, he writes to me, you have a drive of 100, direct me to a drive of 100 that currently exists so I can upload the backup there. Since I do not have such a drive, I can not upload the backup. Does Acronis software not address the fact that there are now three small drives and able to take into account their overall size? I am attaching pictures to explain what I meant. Figure 1- When I want to go back to one operating system. As you can see the software does not recognize the drives on the right because they are a different size. In image number 2 - I made a backup after installing the second operating system, and there the software does detect the drives because they are the same size. Small unrelated question - does anyone know how to solve the problem that the name of the image appears where the X button appears (image 3). It has not been like this before.
  7. Backup management software, but one that can handle partition changes (i.e. the partitions are divided in some way before the backup and in another way after the backup). By the way, on the face of it, it seems that Paragon currently only backs up my Windows and does not back up the partitions assigned to Ubento.
  8. I made the change myself (shrink). When I want to upload the backup, I can not because Paragon wants to upload a particular drive to a drive of the same size. I tried to find all the plugins I made and return the drive to its original size but still Paragon does not recognize. I tried to configure the drives manually and I was able to upload the backup and then I tried to upload the same backup again to see if all the drives were back to normal and I could easily go back to each of the backups. Paragon still can't find them automatically. In the meantime I reinstalled Windows and then I installed Paragon and then it detected all the backups but this is a way that takes too long. So I'm looking for software that can take me back when there were partitions of a different size from the partitions at the moment (there are currently two operating systems and I want to go back to one when I want)
  9. Hi currently using Paragon. I will occasionally have to resize the partitions and it seems that in such a situation Paragon does not work properly (I tried to delete the new partitions and return the original partition to its original size and it did not work. Anyone know if this can be done with Acronis or other software?
  10. Question: An 11th generation processor comes with a built-in card that costs about as much as this card. Which of them is considered a stronger card? I try to understand the viability of buying a built-in ticket when there are such tickets.
  11. Thanks. Every time I want n \ I accidentally press the Hunter out of the habit that the key is there. I will need time to get used to the size and location of the keys. Are portable keyboards considered quality for simple regular keyboards? (I'm trying to figure out if it's better for me to work with it or connect an external Logitech mk270 keyboard that I'm relatively used to)
  12. Hi company three questions: 1. Is in all the keyboards of laptops the backlash is above the Hunter key as opposed to regular keyboards which is on the left? 2. Are the sizes of the keys on the mobile different from a standard keyboard? I have a very hard time with blind typing because I feel like the keys are a different size. 3. What is the difference between the switches (I hope this is the concept). Mobile click is different. I'm still not sure if it's more or less convenient. Should typing be more comfortable on the laptop than a low-quality keyboard?
  13. Not supposed to put every six months?
  14. I saw someone ask for a video card, so I decided to ask as well. I have a two-and-a-half-year-old computer that has not been given thermal ointment since its purchase. Temperatures are not high. Does it make sense to apply thermal ointment if the temperature is reasonable / low? I will note that the computer is in minimal use so I do not consider it a waste of time. On the other hand it can be nice to experience it for the first time.
  15. I'm not saying you should not take 11th generation, but in retrospect it would probably have been better to have an external card because it would probably have solved some bugs. Yes, but as I wrote it is a risk if indeed these two ports work together (again emphasizes that I have seen problems with connecting two monitors one to VGA. Do not know about DVI). There may be the same risk with a video card. I heard that maybe the problem is that this is an analog and digital connection in the case of VGA but I do not know if that is really the reason.
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