My 60GB SSD is simply too small and has run out of space. Before I pull the trigger on a new one (Crucial m500 240GB), I want to know how I should go about transferring my OS and everything else without having to reinstall Windows, if at all possible.
So I grabbed a 3TB Seagate Backup+ for an external backup. However, Windows Backup refuses to work with it, no matter what I do. I partitioned the drive into two 1.1TB drives, one formatted as NTFS, the other exFAT (512k). NEITHER seem to work with Windows Backup. It always gives me an error...
First time trying Windows 8, I'm getting an error on install. This is being installed on a blank drive.
It's all new hardware, but it's all recognized and is from reputable brands. What's happening here?
It seems that the Quickfire TK isn't available with brown switches for whatever reason. What alternative keyboards do you recommend that have brown switches and backlighting? Size doesn't matter much, and I'm not particularly wild about any of the other CM Storm keyboards. Thanks
I've read the Apple Guide on how to move libraries, and it didn't work, of course. I am able to move the library, but then when I run iTunes, it doesn't recognize that the library has been moved. Any help is much appreciated.
Has anyone else had nothing but bad luck with Corsair? First, my 300R has the mic and headphone ports backwards, and now my K90 has a broken key. It surprises me that it seems that everyone else raves about them, and I get the one that slipped through the QC.
Wondering if there is a rule for the thermal capacity of radiators. What are the benefits/drawbacks to higher or lower FPIs? Does a slim radiator with a high FPI have a similar thermal capacity to a thick one with a low FPI?
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