I have nearly two decades of experience in IT, computer repair, and related fields and will attempt to provide the most solid, brand-agnostic advice when it comes time to purchase a new computer, or upgrade an existing machine. I can answer anything from the seemingly basic to the downright complicated - and will do my best to provide this information in a clear and concise manner.
I have been an enthusiast of PC's for many years, and can answer questions about the purchase/use of a new computer or the purchase, installation, and use of upgrades for existing computers. There probably isn't a whole lot related to the home computer that I haven't seen over the years.
15+ years of experience
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Can you provide more information about: - The specifics of the computer you have (hardware specs, operating system, etc)? This will be useful for the "should I get a new computer" discussion. - What
Does it display any error messages before shutting off? Does it complete POST? Or is it shutting down before anything comes on-screen? If it's actually making it through POST, is it getting to the Windows
The kind of sticky answer here is "yes and no." Ultimately there may be hardware differences that improve throughput or request handling on the adapter, but more likely than not the real "secret sauce"
Sounds like the LCD panel is damaged, but without a picture or hands-on with the machine it's impossible to say that with certainty. If that is the case, the only "fix" is full replacement of the panel
Generally speaking any closed headphone will be inaudible to external listeners at a distance of 5 meters or greater, especially if they are being used at an appropriate sound level. Look at studio headphones
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