Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by Tito, Feb 1, 2018.
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This is a bad unreliable way of "testing" your PSU.
Any old and or bad PSU is usually able to get good voltages on the rails in that situation. What is far more important and the actual reason for instability is the question if the PSU can maintain good voltages when the voltage rails are under load. Bridging the PSU means zero load and so those measurements don't really mean anything.
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err as I didn't see this I'm going blind
@Tuoni_NL Key word - USUALLY. Also, I never said it's a reliable way of testing a psu. It's just a fast one. Reliable would be grabbing a free psu connector and poke at it while the PC is running, preferably with a stress test on. Considering pinouts, a molex and a pci-e connector would be a nice pair of connectors to test on under load.
Also, we're kinda going offtopic.
Buy Seasonic and have no worries on next years....
Sorry, I know this boat is gone, but after googling a lot, would you help me confirm if my understanding is right, please?
I have a Ryzen gaming system on it. I currently have a Windows 10 Pro license.
1- I cannot go from pro to LTSC
2- I will miss the new Ryzen scheduling feature (gaming may/may not be affected because of it)
3- If I don't want to run Windows as it is, Linux is my best option, because of item 1&2 above
Sorry if those questions have been confirmed before.
In a nutshell - yes, yes and yes.
And the more code is brought from xbox and winX in the updates ahead, the better a Ryzen system will run.
With 2004 and 20H2 is already not just about scheduler.
Thank you. The other alternative for activation is to use KMS or other tips I saw in other posts, right?
All new 1809 updates:
Updated the 1809 Updates Overview:
Not sure if this is to far offtopic, but I'm using LTSC so don't have Microsoft Store. (And would prefer not to install)
I'm trying to install Lenovo Vantage which is only available from there. I've tried using store.rg-adguard but that site doesn't seem to be able to find this app (even though so far this is what I've used for other apps)
Are there any alternative ways to download appx files from the microsoft store without adding the store and without an account?
Go for Lenovo vantage enterprise , install System Interface Foundation V2 prior to Vantage installation.
No need of MS Store
I am having a very strange issue on win 10 LTSC 2019 updated to latest version on my recently assembled desktop. I have an AC wifi usb adapter(Realtek 1200mbps) which has a setting in Device Manager--Advanced titled "QoS". Now if QoS is set to auto or enabled then what happens is that as long as I launch a media player & play any video file stored locally, the upload speed(of torrent program) drops down to 200-300KB/s from 4-5MB/s & will remain there until media player is closed. Now if I disable QoS then this issue goes away but another one takes its place which is very high latency in local network(even pinging the router gives avg 800-900ms pings) & almost unbrowsable local network speed of 40-50KB/s while trying to access shared folders from another pc in the local network.
I have narrowed it down to WMM(wifi multi media) feature which is a part of wifi standard & win 7 onwards is available on all windows versions. Currently I am using an older driver for my realtek usb wifi AC adapter to somewhat reduce the impact of this issue. Can anybody tell me what is the relation between QoS/WMM & playback of a locally stored media file because it has no relation with network whatsoever(I have not enabled media streaming feature of windows).
I wanted to create a debug mode ► to get a log file
, so I did or edited this so, but I couldn't see the log file.
:: enable debug mode, you must also set target and repo (if updates are not beside the script)
Any help is appreciated
Can someone list me the correct order for clean install on new pc?
1.first install 7763.316 and activate it
2.get latest updates for manual offline install (ssu,cu,flash,Dotnet48,Dotnetfx35,defender update) but in what order to install them?
3.after that directx,visual c++?
4.then drivers bios->chipset->video driver->audio driver->lan->wlan->bt->others?
5.connect pc to internet for fist time and run windows update
6.other my apps like office, browser, media player and etc?
And finally after this all how to clean files made during update or driver install, windows build in cleaner, ccleaner or commands like /resetbase, /startcomponentcleanup?
If by "manual offline install" you mean Add-Package(s) to your Image -- this is done "offline" before you do a clean install
Then you do a clean install
Update (in case there are updates you haven't added to your offline Image) Install drivers
Install your apps
If you are going to update your offline Image anyway, you can also just use 17763.1