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About nigsy

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  • Birthday 11/23/1970

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  1. Hi @Tjeane All of our product support is done through our Help desk That can be reached at https://www.pcmatic.com/support or now, from within the PC Matic application. Our Help Desk is the only official source, and fastest way, to receive support for PC Matic products. Thanks again for your patience and we look forward to getting this fixed for you!
  2. Yes it should work with your adaptor. I use it with a video capture card (but in Linux); the Windows version is in Beta but it's free!! and it's an excellent video editing tool also. Just try it; you've nothing to loose.
  3. It won't work with VLC. You need software that will capture and convert the video; there are some great paid for ones out there like Roxio; if you want to try for free, see if you can get Kdenlive to work - It is designed for Linux and I use it; there is a Windows version but it's in Beta: https://kdenlive.org/en/download/ **Please read the known issues on the download page.
  4. Is your system 32 or 64bit? Most of these USB stick are cheap Chinese rubbish and will only run on 32bit systems. Did you install the driver from the disc? W10 native drivers should work; so you may want to uninstall the software and roll back the driver if you can.
  5. I have no idea why it doesn't work - But looking at all the negative reviews - And the ones that state 'Doesn't work with windows 10' or more worryingly 'Software contains malicious code' I wouldn't have bought it. There far more reliable solutions out there.
  6. Is it a Smart TV? There are programs like 'All share'; or most smart phones have an inbuilt sharing app / setting but it needs a smart TV or something like a Google Chromecast for older TVs. You might still not get full screen - But you will get a TV sized version of your phone screen. Huwaweii phones have a 'Smart' desktop' which basically gives you a chromebook screen on the TV with all your apps.
  7. @Tx Redneck Interesting stuff - It's been a while since I messed with RAM timings but I always found slowing the faster rated sticks down slightly and increasing the slower stick up to match 'in the middle' always worked best. Like I mentioned to KD5, in the real world I don't think you'll notice any difference if you get the configuration right. Interesting video though.
  8. I've been looking into this as it sparked an interest in something I didn't know. From what I can see Flex mode is automatically enabled on any MOB when mixed RAM is used. The BIOS will report 'Memory Running in Flexmode' at POST. It seems unless you're benchmarking or OCing real world loss of speed by not running in Dual Channel Vs Flex seems to be limited.
  9. Hi; Wasn't sure; but found this: https://serverfault.com/questions/912283/can-mixing-ram-memory-size-on-its-own-reduce-dual-channel-performance/912298 Think it explains it pretty well. I guess the question is - Does your Motherboard support Flex mode?
  10. Don't know about Supershield...but can you Whitelist the browser or the extensions?
  11. Have you run the manufactures disc health utility? But I'm with TX, time for an SSD!!
  12. What if you start in safe mode? Does the HD run at 100% still?
  13. Haven't seen you around for a while, but the lights still on!! Have a good birthday
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