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Tx Redneck

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About Tx Redneck

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    Tx Redneck- The Spam Hunter
  • Birthday 10/26/1979

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    On the straight and narrow,stumbling at best, only by Gods grace.
  • Interests
    My relationship w/ God, Family, work, guns, cars and puters.

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  • System Specifications:
    Ryzen 7 1700x, RX480 4GB, 32GB DDR4 3200Mhz, 500GB 970Evo Plus NVME boot drive, 4x 8TB HDD
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  1. Hola @Ronald427 and I've sent instructions to you here, via PM. As well, you should receive an email from our Help Desk to the email address you used to sign up here and that also corresponds to your account. Thanks for your support of our software! Tx
  2. Hola @namitakumari and I hope you find our lil corner of the internet useful and enjoy your time here. Tx
  3. Thanks for the info and my apologies, I've passed this onto our Help Desk, so please keep your eyes open for an email from us. If you do not see it in your inbox, please check your spam folder. Thanks for your patience and hang tight! Tx
  4. Hola @Jrbelle and Thanks for your support of our software! All product support is handled through our email based, ticket Help Desk system. You can start a ticket by visiting https://www.pcmatic.com/support/ Hang tight! Tx
  5. If you ever visit a site and they auto-play a video w/sound, then as you continue to scroll down the page, they place it in the lower corner of your screen making it so you can't "escape" the video without manual intervention, I've got the fix for you. Install uBlock Origin from your browser's extension repository(Chrome Webstore, etc), then go into the extension's settings(click the three slider looking lines that say Open the Dashboard). Under the tab "My Filters", copy and paste the following, then click "Apply Changes". *jwplayer.com* *jwcdn.com* *content.jwpla
  6. I've had the best luck with Gigabyte myself, so I'm not surprised it's working as expected.
  7. Both work in one but neither work in the second slot? You're on the latest bios as well?
  8. I've had several machines prompt me to add a Microsoft acct, use Cortana, etc. just like is done when you first setup a fresh install. I think that's M$ way of trying to further entrench you in their ecosystem.
  9. Hey @wiseman1 and Yeah, that's a beast! Speaking of nvme ssd's, you can actually take advantage of this for a boot drive. https://www.overclock3d.net/news/storage/sabrent_reveals_its_rocket_4_plus_ssd_it_promises_faster_speeds_than_samsung_s_980_pro/1
  10. Hola @Texian and Please accept my apologies for the frustration you're experiencing, I have been there with various ISP and cell service providers. That said, we've found our current support system to be the best means for supporting our products. If you're within 30 days of purchase, you're entitled to a full refund, no questions asked. Thanks for your patience and we look forward to coming to a solution that you're happy with and your pc is protected. Hang tight! Tx
  11. Hola @Robbie and Sorry this got overlooked, please accept my apologies and thanks for your support of our software. All of our product support is done through our Help desk That can be reached at https://www.pcmatic.com/support/. 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! Tx
  12. Lookin at the stickers on the rear of the case, it's a 2.4ghz Pentium 4 w/512gb ram and a 40gb hdd. I REALLY don't think it's worth putting any money into. @nigsyis right, a lightweight Linux distro might actually run alright on there. It's free and may be worth a shot, if for nothing else, at least you tried. Tx
  13. Hola @SWAC86 and That dino would hardly play streaming videos these days, chances are, your smartphone you took the pics with is more powerful than it. As for upgrading it, that case is super proprietary and will use very few , standard pc components. You're better off buying a newer prebuilt that's been refurbed(if you're trying to save money). If you'd like, post the software you'll use most and your budget and I'll see what I can scare up for ya that fits the bill. Tx
  14. You should be able to use 2 nvme dives w/out any problems, BUT, when you do go to do your fresh install on the new ssd, make sure to remove the old one so you don't accidentally reinstall to it. Afterwards, reinstall it and set the boot order in the UEFI and you'll be fine. Tx
  15. I'd lean on the ram first as it's most cost effective, but the fact that you've had exact symptoms leads me to believe it's one or the other because the memory controller is built into the cpu. Tx
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