I can answer technical questions about installation, use, and maintinence of most 3D Graphics hardware, and software. I can offer assistance with overclocking (while I do not suggest overclocking while under warranty) and I can give assistance with more complicated problems to the full extent of my abilities.
I have been into computer hardware, especially 3D graphics and the hardware that drives them, for a number of years. I have knowledge in installation, use, troubleshooting, purchase suggestions and over clocking.
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The connectivity issues may not be due to a lack of reception on your laptop's part, but due to the heavy congestion that public wifi networks generally experience. In essence, there's just too many voices
Before I begin my response, I wanted to apologize for the delay in getting back to you. Also it seems apt to point out: AllExperts is not a forum, or an otherwise public venue - there are no "guys" or
I will need more information about your system in order to provide more directed answers. That said, conventionally speaking onboard graphics will be automatically disabled when a discrete card is added
Sounds like Windows is just warning you it isn't going to preserve user-created meta-data for the file, not that the file itself won't work. Backing up the exe in this manner should work just fine, as
Certainly making back-ups is understandable - my question would be where did you get this .exe file from? What I mean is, did you extract it from a CD? Or was it downloaded as-is from the software's publisher?