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    Odd. I'd expect that if there was some sort of...

    Odd.

    I'd expect that if there was some sort of fundamental DP bug with that monitor, it'd be easy to find mention of that on the Web. (It's a moderately expensive monitor for home use, after all.)...
  2. Thread: RAM memory slots not working !!! by bobkn
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 6 Views 407

    That would have been nicer than damaging the LGA...

    That would have been nicer than damaging the LGA socket.

    Cleaning thermal compound out of that socket would have to be done extremely carefully. The fingers that engage the LGA pads on the CPU are...
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    You cloned your working drive to the "cleaned"...

    You cloned your working drive to the "cleaned" drive and are now surprised that it contains partitions and data?

    That's how it reads. What is the real story?
  4. Thread: Concern about Windows 11 Spec. by bobkn
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 32 Views 1,937

    Sooner than that....

    Sooner than that. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/security/information-protection/tpm/tpm-recommendations

    I quote:


    Windows 10 for desktop editions (Home, Pro, Enterprise, and...
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    Having 3 monitors with the same issue would...

    Having 3 monitors with the same issue would require that the Z38c have a design flaw, which I doubt.

    You posted that you tried a GTX 980 discrete card, using DisplayPort. (It wasn't a 930, as that...
  6. Thread: RAM memory slots not working !!! by bobkn
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 6 Views 407

    Did you remove the CPU to replace the thermal...

    Did you remove the CPU to replace the thermal paste?

    If so, I hope that you didn't damage any of the contacts in the LGA (land grid array). The memory controller is typically integrated with the...
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    I have a couple of UHD (3840X2160) monitors, one...

    I have a couple of UHD (3840X2160) monitors, one to each desktop PC. Both are connected via DisplayPort, at 60 Hz. Both also support HDR. Works fine.

    I don't have an HP Z38c monitor, though.
    ...
  8. Thread: Explorer keeps crashing by bobkn
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 10 Views 421

    You could try running the Windows Memory...

    You could try running the Windows Memory Diagnostic. (Just type that into the search bar.)

    There are stricter memory test utilities available, but that will give you a quick check. (The PC will...
  9. Replies 12 Views 931

    HDMI 1.4 is restricted to 30 Hz at 3840X2160 by...

    HDMI 1.4 is restricted to 30 Hz at 3840X2160 by definition.

    Not sure why you'd be looking at a "workstation" graphics card like the Quadro (usually intended for CAD applications that use OpenGL),...
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    If you're limited to 30Hz on HDMI, that means...

    If you're limited to 30Hz on HDMI, that means that the HDMI version is 1.4. It takes HDMI 2.0 or later to support 3840X2160; I suppose the same would be true for 3840X1600. DisplayPort 1.2 is...
  11. Thread: Contradictory Behavior by bobkn
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 18 Views 741

    OLED monitors aren't LCDs. They can suffer...

    OLED monitors aren't LCDs. They can suffer burn-in.
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    Insider It's also fairly simple to split install.wim into...

    It's also fairly simple to split install.wim into two pieces, each smaller than a specified size (use something smaller than 4000MB for a FAT32 drive).
    ...
  13. Thread: Camera Connections Issues by bobkn
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 3 Views 243

    I have a Canon "Rebel" T3i that's about 10 years...

    I have a Canon "Rebel" T3i that's about 10 years old.

    When I connect it to my desktop, it appears as an external device, and I can copy files over from it directly. I don't recall, but it may be 2...
  14. Thread: Recovering flash drive to original state by bobkn
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 13 Views 615

    Confirms what I thought. FAT32 partitions larger...

    Confirms what I thought. FAT32 partitions larger than 32GB are supported, but can only be created using third-party tools.
  15. Thread: Recovering flash drive to original state by bobkn
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 13 Views 615

    Can you format a drive larger than 32GB as FAT32...

    Can you format a drive larger than 32GB as FAT32 from the command line? It doesn't work from within Windows.

    (Not a rhetorical question. I haven't tried it.)
  16. Thread: Finding the right debloated iso by bobkn
    Forum: Installation and Upgrade
    Replies 8 Views 494

    It's unfortunate that adding someone to an ignore...

    It's unfortunate that adding someone to an ignore list doesn't hide the thread initiated by that person.
  17. Thread: "Upgrading" unlicensed (!) Windows Home to Windows Pro by bobkn
    Forum: Installation and Upgrade
    Replies 24 Views 1,009

    I'm not vey knowledgeable about this, but I...

    I'm not vey knowledgeable about this, but I believe that you ought to be able to simultaneously activate the laptop and go to Pro by entering a Win10 Pro key.

    You must be working for a very small...
  18. Thread: Windows 11 confusion by bobkn
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 26 Views 2,293

    The FX 4100 was launched 10 years ago. The AMD...

    The FX 4100 was launched 10 years ago. The AMD HD6670 CPU is also from 2011. (I see that AMD offers legacy Windows 10 drivers for the 6670, from 2015.)

    My empathy is limited, I admit. I just pine...
  19. Thread: CanoScan 4200F for Windows 10 by bobkn
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 6 Views 337

    You didn't use the free trial period for VueScan...

    You didn't use the free trial period for VueScan first?

    I doubt that any of the old drivers from Canon are suitable, as none are 64 bit.

    The VueScan message seems oddly worded. The 4200F is on...
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    I've sent you a Private Message, with a...

    I've sent you a Private Message, with a suggestion for a test.
  21. Thread: BIOS Password Forgoten by bobkn
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 4 Views 283

    I've never used it, but...

    I've never used it, but http://ftp.ext.hp.com//pub/caps-softpaq/cmit/HP_BCU.html

    There's a link near the top of the page to a manual for it:...
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    That you were able to swap motherboards is...

    That you were able to swap motherboards is expected. The original one looks like a standard microATX board.

    What were you using for graphics after the swap? Onboard or discrete card? How is the...
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    Just curious. Probably nothing to do with your...

    Just curious. Probably nothing to do with your problem, particularly if you had another PCI-E card to swap in. From your other thread, you're going to try the onboard graphics as well.

    I begin to...
  24. Thread: CanoScan 4200F for Windows 10 by bobkn
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 6 Views 337

    Canon suggests the Windows 7 drivers, but they...

    Canon suggests the Windows 7 drivers, but they are available only for Windows 7 X86 (32 bit). Presumably they are of no use to you.

    Vuescan (VueScan Scanner Software for macOS Big Sur, Windows 10,...
  25. Thread: Un-copied items in clipboard ? by bobkn
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 3 Views 167

    You realize that when you do a "cut", the...

    You realize that when you do a "cut", the contents are copied to the clipboard before they are deleted, right?
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