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  1. Reinstall the software, but this time run the installer as "Administrator" - right-click on the file and select "... as Administrator" in the menu.
  2. @ danielhr99 Buy any wireless network adapter with a USB connection as a built-in replacement.
  3. I therefore proposed replacing a heat sink suitable for the processor. @ 114508534 Have you set the GTX 1660 TI video card to be used as the default card for regular work? Watch ->
  4. @ 114508534 does not see a problem with the data. By the way - what is the computer used for?
  5. @Moon-Mage "135W. Very cute that you record 135W that we saw his processor take over 250W." TelWh - 125W According to Intel data -> to-5-30-ghz.html @ 114508534 Upload data with other software Quick CPU ->
  6. Did you enable XMP in the BIOS? See the manual Page 6 - XMP - Change to Enable does not recommend "playing" with voltages (undervolting) The heat sink you bought is not so suitable for the processor model you purchased - in the CPU data (TPD (Thermal Design Power may reach a maximum consumption of 135W) Coolant I would recommend for purchase - Dark Rock Slim BK024 ->
  7. Did you experience any more blue screens after the update?
  8. According to the data you provided - The board with the latest BIOS (0407) - Updated to the latest version Version 1017 -> The memories That you have a kingston model khx3000c16d4 / 32gx does not appear in the list of memories tested by the board manufacturer -> it would be better to put In the slots recommended according to the user manual 2 and 4 and not as I saw in the CPU-Z the memory in SLOT # 3. In the directory page 1-5 ->
  9. If you must, this is what I found in the retrieval -> Local shopping ->
  10. Watch and help the video -> Good luck
  11. Reset the browser -> Using malwarebytes software ->
  12. A simple sentence - Describe what you did and what instructions you followed. Maybe the picture will help you - if you do not succeed, contact Bezeq, it is their responsibility - no?
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    That is, you do not mind approving the use of cookies, you just want the messages not to pop up to you over and over again. Use the I do not care about cookies extension
  14. Suitable for what? This processor contains an APU that "devours" 2GB of memory with no other option to set. This APU is perfect for a home office. APU combines CPU and GPU into a single chip, so no graphics card is required. This APU will use 2GB of your system RAM as a graphics memory (as long as you do not use a video card), so make sure you get enough RAM for your build. When a video card is installed, and monitor is not connected to APU motherboard port, all of the system ram is available. It's easy to overclock this chip to about 4GHz with voltage increase to about 1.4V. While the stock heat sink is included, I have installed a bigger one that I already had for a nearly silent operation. It works well with ddr4 3200 MHz in XMP profile, but probably it does not benefit much from RAM faster than 2666 MHz. I have tried, out of curiosity to run some benchmarks and games. It is capable to run newer games at almost 60 frames per second at 720p with low settings. If you want to play games with this APU, spend $ 40 on eBay for a used video card and you will get 6-7 times faster game performance.
  15. It should appear in the BIOS under the heading Chipset but there are important conditions - This item is present only when you install a CPU that supports this feature
  16. Resetting if your drives are not listed probably won't help either ->
  17. After inserting the NVMe drive, perform a BIOS reset or load the default settings. Check for a newer BIOS version.
  18. Once upon a time - a computer that is not in your possession and did not work before it was delivered !? Answer: Impossible.
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    I do not mind - I have no idea.
  20. Perform a BIOS reset. CLR_CMOS - Board Guide Page 19.
  21. Team Group has already started distributing PC5 38400 memory sticks, but all sales sites are no longer in stock. newegg -> ADATA is expected to release its memories in the quarter 3 of 2021 ->
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  23. I would test the BIOS version - the latest F34 BIOS - check for the version on your board.
  24. Need a TPM because Microsoft said, so said. They said they owed UEFI, so they said. I installed when upgraded to 10 the 11 that was leaked.
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