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About Ghozer

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    Are you a God!?
  • Birthday 13/07/1982

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    I live, Alone...
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    Music/Djing, Computers, Gaming, Movies... Too much to list to be honest...

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  1. It's been like that for a while - I have a 'windows 10 install USB' i update with fresh install files every couple of months, so I always have pretty much the latest version available to install fresh whenever I need it
  2. Also, when using an SSD for your C drive, it's good practice to try and keep around 10% of it's total size, available as free space - this helps with the drives TRIM feature and speed etc (you can google to get more details as to how/why if you want )
  3. Personally, I would backup anything you would like to keep, and do a rull reinstall... I generally do that every 12 months or so any ways, good practice (what with patches and updates installing on/over other patches and updates, does good now and then to start fresh) Also, C drive may be an NVME, but if (like me) you have documents/other stuff stored on a mechanical/large storage drive, then check the condition of the mechanical drive, as it may be failing!
  4. because it's good practice to change your router password (if possible on a regular basis, every 3-6 months) - even from the standard / seemingly random one provided, purely for security reasons...
  5. You dont even need to do that, just be there ready to verify DPA, and then explain and pass to the other person...
  6. I wouldn't stick with that, use google, look around - there are cheaper/better options around! and usually you just unplug your old router, plug in the new one, and wait 30 mins or so - no configuring to do.... But I would honestly scrap off TalkTalk, and look else-where
  7. Well, if you can download things you need, just make sure to backup any photo's and documents etc you wish to keep (and potentially any browser bookmarks etc) - then you can Create a bootable USB from any other machine using the Windows 10 Media Creation tool, and just install a fresh Windows 10 when you install an SSD You may be able to use the MicroSD > USB adapter, it should (theoretically) work - it might not be as fast as a standard USB Flash Drive though, but it should still work... (although if there are any issues, that is the first thing I would try to eliminate)
  8. There is usually a way to make a recovery CD or USB from within windows, many manufacturers include their own software to do this, which includes all the 'bundled' bloatware that they usually include... This is what I could find on the HP site... Although it's quite vague as to whether or not it will include the bloatware. https://support.hp.com/gb-en/document/c04641788
  9. It won't work? what wont work about it? And you can buy a cheap mouse from poundland/tesco/most places similar...
  10. Ghozer


    I believe there is... it's at https://discord.gg/8UK4nT
  11. Found an interesting article with lots of info https://www.thestar.co.uk/retro/sheffield-ancient-street-name-game-castlegate-festival-641977
  12. Where did you go from the front page? I clicked through each one and couldn't find it.... maybe I'm going -more- blind Ah, never mind - it's right there in front of me... doh!
  13. am I going crazy or has the Sheffield History forum disappeared? 😮 Can't seem to find it anywhere...
  14. The issue is... ads are only active for 7 days then need renewing / reposting.. which sucks, especially when you bookmark till you have the funds, then try to contact the person only to find the ads gone / timed out... they aren't sorted / categorized well.... the market is just plain bad, and buggy - so no one uses it
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