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  1. Make no mistake, windows has built-in samba support. On the other hand, from experience - not every smart TV reads everything and easily. There are TVs that do not read all the formats, or alternatively fail to pin the subtitles. The Plex is simple and convenient.
  2. I think Windows is just trying to mount it in the BOOT process and gets stuck because it fails. Apparently the drive is finished, if there are no important things on it just disconnect it and the computer will probably boot up properly. If there are important things about it, try restarting the computer until the drive is detected and working (low chance according to what you wrote here)
  3. Do you have any additional hard disks? If so, disconnect them and check again. Usually when there is a hard disk malfunction the windows gets stuck in the phase of the circle.
  4. You can install Plex on your computer, where you share the movies (coming out of a DLNA server). On the TV itself, if it's smart / you have a streamer, you download the Plex app. Works great and free.
  5. The only way is to write down a lower amount. If you are caught you may be fined heavily. I would not be particularly entangled in the knowledge that ticket prices on eBay are not far from the prices in the country. It is already better for you to buy in Eilat.
  6. Intended for the deployment of Bezeq's fibers. Bezeq is also committed to the fiber market. Therefore, it is possible to connect to Cellcom on Bezeq's fiber infrastructure. Regardless, Cellcom is also deploying fiber itself.
  7. Apparently the problem stems from the provider and not necessarily from the media, try to switch provider. In any case, if you do not want to stay with your partner - instead of paying a lot to Bezeq, you will switch to Cellcom, they can provide you with fiber infrastructure on Bezeq infrastructure.
  8. I think it will take some more time for prices to go down. Believes that by the end of the year / beginning of the coming prices will be more stable. Note that at the moment there are already relatively well-stocked stores in most stores, this is already progress.
  9. Sounds like a generic response, obviously the board supports XMP. This does not mean that the XMP will not work, but that it may not work well - as with you. In their own documents it is written that the model of the memories does not validate with XMP. The real question is whether the glitch is back.
  10. Got it, so hope the problem doesn't come back. If she does not return, it may be worth your while to stay with these memories, I'm not sure the difference between 2133 and 3200 is noticeable ... (depending on usage). If it does not come back and fast memories are important to you, I will probably recommend you or wait for support (do not build on this, or contact the manufacturer of the motherboard and ask) if you will replace memories for compatible according to the table. Successfully
  11. Even in Saturn can be found at completely reasonable prices. Of course it is local prices and without shipping or taxes, but the price is approaching the real price. In my opinion, by the end of the current year, prices have already fallen more in the country towards the MSRP. My concern is that the stores in the country will decide to milk the cow and continue to source at a high price even though prices are falling.
  12. I am in favor of not buying until the price straightens out. Not willing to buy at twice the price of what the ticket is supposed to cost and should not encourage stores to continue with this price line. In Germany, prices are already starting to fall in the normal direction (rtx 3070ti at NIS 3000).
  13. In my opinion no, the list on the site should be updated according to the latest BIOS version. You downloaded XMP and the issue was resolved?
  14. With SSDs there are usually fewer compatibility issues. I would start by disabling the XMP and check if the problem recurs. Maybe in the future we will update the support with a BIOS upgrade, at the moment it seems that the list is up to date with the latest BIOS version.
  15. Try disabling XMP. According to Gigabit, these memories are not supported with XMP, this may be the reason for the problem. Try undoing and see if the problem reads again. Link to source
  16. Did you assemble the computer yourself? Have you changed any settings in the BIOS? Can you access the full Part number of the memories?
  17. Try reading the link I gave you, there are people out there with a problem similar to yours.
  18. In principle no. The modes of "AP" etc. in the router are simply a set of built-in settings that need to be set if you want to set the router as AP. This is to make it easier for the user. Ultimately the router is an L3 switch. It has L3 capabilities (like routing capabilities, DHCP, etc.), and it has L2 capabilities. That the router distributes DHCP, it puts the GW address as its LAN address, so every fact that needs to go to the internet is redirected to the router itself, as soon as the router gets the fact and he sees that it is not the final destination In your case, because the router is not connected to the Internet directly but through another router, it does not have a suitable row in the routing table, so it will not be able to route it. What you are actually doing is connecting L2 between the routers, in your router you disable DHCP so that it does not share addresses and make a mess with the first router (which is your GW). After you change the settings as I wrote to you above, your router will actually function as a switch and AP (it will simply switch all traffic to your other router).
  19. You do not have to set it as an access point. You set it up as a rater for everything (as you got it out of the box), but disable DHCP and change its LAN address (so as not to create duplicates). Once you do that, it will function as a Net Switch. And of course you connect your hotbox to one of the ports 1-4 (both in the hotbox and in your router) and not to the WAN.
  20. In the router itself (which you add) you will disable the dhcp, and change its LAN address. If the address of your primary router is you will set on your router (make sure the address is free before that using ping from the computer). (Same if the address is different, same idea). Only after you are done, connect the moca to one of its LAN ports. Define which SSID you want, it is better to have the same SSID in the other router, including the same password and the same type of encryption (wpa2 or What is supported)
  21. I do not so much agree with you. D-link has good products just need to know how to work with them. Tp-link products are also fine, more intuitive for the regular user.
  22. According to the Status, he does not seem to be able to get an address from the hotbox. The hotbox is certainly defined as Bridge? On the side of the hotbox the cable is connected from one of the ports 1-4 and in your router to the WAN? Open the advanced menu and take a picture of it. @Raz .S In principle it can try to connect them in Wireless, it has a big drawback, the bandwidth in a router connected to a wireless will be cut in half because it has to transmit back and forth to the other router. Beyond that, sometimes there are compatibility issues in connecting two different routers wirelessly and it does not work so well. Pretty inferior.
  23. Did you connect the hotbox to your WAN port on the router? Plug it in and take a picture of the status screen inside your router. Do not perform the setting through this "Setup Wizard", it is very limited. Browse directly to the router and do advanced
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