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  1. Ad validity: 13 days and also 4 minutes

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    Looking to buy a proper motherboard from 1151

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  2. I would love to receive a recommendation / suggestion for computer diagnostic software, preferably free, of course.
  3. Hi. I am looking for software - preference for free, of course, for printing stickers that support Hebrew. I have a laser printer and an inkjet printer. I would like to use a sheet of A4 stickers. I would love to get a recommendation from someone who has experienced using the software.
  4. To sum up your long argument - I understand that there is no essential difference between a regular copy and a digital copy, which is also strictly legal, only that instead of getting the software on a certain media (cd, for example) I get a download link and the serial. Thanks.
  5. After the other issues were resolved, I started to install windows 10 on the computer - gigabyte ga-h110m-s2h motherboard, G4400 processor, the installation went fine until it needed to specify the country / region. The screen turned black and that's it. There is no way to enter Bios and nothing else. I unplugged the SSD, changed nothing. I made clear cmos, didn't change anything. Anyone come across such a phenomenon?
  6. Hi I want to buy Windows 10. I saw that the software price is NIS 500 but also offered a "digital copy" for about a quarter of the price. What is digital copy? Is it a legal copy for everything? If so, why do people buy the software at full price?
  7. Thanks. At first I thought so too but it turns out that Gigabyte probably changed the configuration of the BIOS. First of all, this is not the usual familiar configuration and one that exemplifies photography in Manol. They changed it to something more graphic and the settings probably changed too. However, what I have under the Peripherals tab has a Sata and RST cunfiguration section. Entering this section opens a window that from what I understand is the top three rows common to all four sata residents. The three lines are: Sata controller (s) Enabled Sata mode selection AHCI Aggressive LPM support Enabled (what is it?) Then there are four failure groups one refers to another bracket. The first -
  8. As I wrote, the problem with the hard disk has been solved, thanks to the advice of Disagreement. I also want to install SDD on this computer. I have a brand new one, SANDISK 120GB. Here too, the motherboard does not recognize it - in bios - in any of the four sata connections. For testing, I connected it to an older computer with an MSI motherboard and it is identified without any problem. Again, I guess it has to do with some definition. I would love to receive any suggestion / idea.
  9. I probably wasn't clear enough. The motherboard wasn't previously connected to anything. He came out of the box "virgin". It was purchased nearly two years ago, but lay unused. The hard disk is also completely new and so is the memory stick. As I mentioned before, it is strange to me that there is no reference to the sata connections in the panel's Manuel. Is this arrangement of the authors a kind of "standard" or is it just gigabytes. What is even more strange is that the person at the Wellcome store did not know this was the solution, although I clearly explained that this was the problem.
  10. What's even more strange is that the motherboard's Manuel has no reference to it. It would also make sense to have downgrading as you say, but to the God of Gigabit solutions.
  11. Disagreement - You are a genius! I switched to SATA3 and Walla. Recognizes it as big. Thanks.
  12. I would be happy if you could help me with the problem I encountered. I have a gigabyte motherboard GA-H110 S2H. The board is brand new, although purchased nearly two years ago but not used. I mounted a G4400 processor and an 8GB memory stick. So far so good. I attached a brand new hard drive to it as well from WD. 1T disk at 6GB / S. It is written on the board that it adjusts to this speed. The board does not recognize the disk. He does not appear in the BIOS. For testing I connected to an older disk board at a speed of 3GB / S and the BIOS detects it. I connected (again, for testing) the 1T disk to another computer I have (also of GB GA-H61M-S2-B3) and the disk is detected without any problem. I guess the definition needs to be changed
  13. Negative. The board was disassembled from a working computer, just moved to another case.
  14. Hi I assembled the above motherboard with the I5 650 processor. When I try to turn on the computer, it is as if it is starting to switch, the 4 LEDs of the flash are on for about 3 seconds, the processor fan seems to want to start turning but only starts if I help him with his hand, also turn for about 3 seconds and everything goes off.After a few seconds the process repeats - without pressing the power button, as if trying repeatedly to work but not working. I pulled the board out of the chassis to make sure the body was short , I changed my doubt but the result did not change.
  15. I have a computer with the above motherboard. The green LED on the motherboard is on. The problem is that pressing the power button does not cause the computer to start operating. If I connect a jumper on the green and black wire (to connect the power button) to the connector of the 24 Pin that provides voltage to the motherboard - the processor on the processor starts to spin, but only as long as the jumper is in. Once I remove it, the fan stops working. ?
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