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  1. Sounds like a grounding problem (EMI) similar to what is written in this forum: https://forums.tomsguide.com/threads/noise-from-speakers-when-moving-mouse-or-cpu-activity.378523/ https: // forums .tomsguide.com/threads/speakers-buzzing-and-whining-when-moving-mouse-or-scrolling-with-mouse.410847 / You can try to put a similar magnetic grounding filter on the cable that connects the speakers to the computer, or on a cable Computer Power: SG $ 9.39 | 10pcs TDK 7mm Clip-on RFI EMI Filter Ferrite https://a.aliexpress.com/_mNEaSzx
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    Ends

    Israeli importers usually purchase supplies from suppliers in Europe (due to the same tension and marketing areas). There are standard requirements in the country, storage, and taxation that are not there (this is also related to the fact that production is done in Europe and there is free trade between countries in Europe). And yes, I think there is a larger profit margin in the country to compensate for the loss of revenue generated because of all the demands and bureaucracy in the country.
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    Hard Disk 20TB

    Today, the private market has a maximum 18TB disk and is quite expensive. You can of course attach two (10 terabytes or more) in RAID0 configuration and then get about 20TB in one volume. Alternatively there are external solutions like this: https://shop.westerndigital.com/products/external-drives/wd-my-book-duo-usb-3-1-hdd#WDBFBE0200JBK-NESN
  4. I just wanted to hint: the previous laptop I had was the MSI FX600, and my current computer is the MSI GP62MVR-7RF - again, I'm very happy with it. It is clear to me that this is a personal experience, etc. But regarding the disassembly and upgrade - actually one of the most convenient, even in the current generation where the battery is not really easy to disassemble. Access to memory and storage is very convenient.
  5. Which virtual network card is used? Is it set to a gigabit or 10/100 connection?
  6. Personally, I am very satisfied with MSI. Computers are well built and hold up well. I had one for about five years, and stayed like new except for the speakers that did not hold. I replaced them and sold it, then bought another MSI laptop. I'm still very happy with it.
  7. I realised. So you can test what you can. Memories, disks, cards (such as the WIFI card) and so on.
  8. The intention is to physically remove it and disconnect it from the case. Don't just make it unavailable. Try this. If the crash is due to a shift, you probably have a loose component in your computer. You need to make sure everything is reinforced. The motherboard sits and is fastened with at least four screws to the chassis, the processor sits properly and its cooling is securely fastened to it (with thermal ointment), the memory cards sit and lock in place, and all their drives and connections are reinforced.
  9. I see you also have a built-in video card. Try removing the NVIDIA video card and using it for a few days. Compare and see if there is still the problem or not. If there is still, maybe it's the memory.
  10. Here is an option that will cost you less than replacing the screen / computer: https://amzn.to/3e66fiU Basically it is a device that connects to the computer via USB and sits under the screen and allows you to touch using a sensor. Worth checking out.
  11. The question is also what you are interested in and how much you are willing to invest. Personally, if I were going for a stereo system only, I would take a digital amplifier (which is now available pretty cheaply) with a BLUETOOTH connection, and buy a pair of quality second hand speakers. It will cost you less than a micro stereo system like the ones you are testing, or about the same thing - but in better quality. Although you will not be able to connect a USB stick, even with this you can get by using a cheap MP3 player for example. And you can always broadcast to BT from your phone or TV. Sample amplifier: https://amzn.to/3tr4Rwx Sample for new quality speakers: https://amzn.to/2OUdCQO Total about $ 225. Excluding shipping and taxes (nor cables).
  12. First of all remove UTORRENT in an orderly fashion. Second thing - nowadays it is less recommended UTORRENT because it is blown up in commercials and spyware. Third, download QBITTORRENT from here: https://www.qbittorrent.org/ and install it.
  13. Regarding installation - there is no problem with vertical installation. There are no moving parts so you can install vertically, upside down or however you want. Regarding the increased use - did you check which app makes the increased use? I recommend the free version of PROCESS LASSO to isolate the problematic app / service. Since the disk seems to be working properly and not overheating, it seems to be a problem related to the operating system, an application that ran, or memory. Plus, in the meantime, you can simply click on the "100% disk" in the task manager to sort the apps in memory by disk usage and then you will see at the top (or bottom) the app that is overusing the disk. By the way, sometimes this is a problem caused due to a problematic update of windows. Encountered
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