I adopted Windows 10 about 3 weeks prior to RTM. Still am apart of the Windows Insider program and do keep on fast track.
Last night received update on fast track TH2 update which is first preview build since RTM release.
I personally had issues with initial install of 10 which lead me to various possibilities either hardware or just Windows 10 plain did not play well with my hardware.
Had decompression issue when installing apps or games. PC would not boot up 3 out of 5 times.
After changing HDD to the SSD seemed to fix issues. Which leads to another strange outcome the 500gb mechanical drive I used shows up healthy after 3 tests now. Not one bad sector.
Know of 3-4 others that moved to 10 without issue.
Gaming wise Windows 10 is not on par with 8.1 by any means. Gaming performance has dropped a bit games now get stutter when they did not on 8.1. I’m using the 4gb Radeon R9 290x. Hoping after some Windows patches and driver improvements over the next few months will smooth this out.
If I had to do it over again I would and will stick with 10 until things improve. I personally like change when it comes to operating systems.
Do I recommend others to upgrade no i’d wait a bit.
This is just a post to report on the Crucial BX100 series SSD drive for desktop PC’s.
It has given great benefits as far as boot up times and apps launching faster.
Game wise not much to be said since games use up Video cards for performance. Some games are more CPU dependent but In general it’s all Video card power that makes the difference.
1 benefit to gaming is load times there does seem to be a bit of performance improvement there. But not actual game play.
The Crucial MX200 series is the better option at a bit more cost.
I’m a bit late into the performance SSD adoption but I like. Better late than never:-)
I love the time we spend together. He is loyal, loving and doesn’t have a mean bone in his body. He’s never jealous or spiteful.
Just my best friend.
Just played disc catch for a long while. He hasn’t played like that in a long time. Amazes me he hurt his right leg playing yesterday never cried or anything and today went playing never stopping and played for a long time.
Shows how loyal he is and how much he wants to please me even if it hurts.
Side note I would rather we not played when he’s hurt but he just bugs me non-stop until I play.
But have since changed my mind. Sure the one I like has a camera built on but that’s not what I like Don’t like cameras at all on any small flying object. Main reason I never added a camera to any of my helicopters is because of the creepy factor.
The Drone is edge lit with LED lighting front one color back another to be able to tell front from back. Plus can night fly that is cool:-)
To light up a RC Helicopter is a bit costly and requires extra power meaning another battery. Once you move into 450 and larger they are heavy enough without extra lights or battery.
Model i’m looking at is a starter model but comes ready to fly and is able to flip in flight.
Hero RC XQ-5 V626 UFO Drone
From what I see it’s a good starter and comes with spare blades and battery and is only $105.95.
Lost my 450’s functionality meaning no flight or if it did lift tail spun or shook so bad caused minor earth quakes in it’s flight path.
It’s an older model I’ve been flying them for about 7-8 years. Now they have much better equipment namely flybarless technology. I thought the jump from MHz to Ghz was huge it was in it’s time. But flybarless is just amazing.
Thinking in a year or 2 moving to a 500 or larger when I do flybarless will be at top of my list.
New tail assembly
I did a few minute hover test seemed solid no shakes tail locked nicely. Have to go over everything 1 more time verify integrity and use locktite where needed.
Received this TV as repair. Issue when taken in no power wouldn’t turn on by remote or by hard panel button. “No picture or Sound”
Power cord was good and fuse was okay as well.
First place TV on a flat surface with a blanket underneath to protect screen from unwanted scratches. Also be sure there isn’t any screws or small objects on the surface your laying the TV down on. Missing a small screw or object can and most likely will result in cracking the LCD panel once this is done may as well toss the TV and/or pay customer for your mistake. The cost for panel is much more than just buying a new TV set. Especially if your repairing a 42″ or smaller.
Remove the back off television first remove the 8-screws that hold the stand on TV. Then there is about 20 more screws on back of the television after removing all of them use a plastic card or any non metal pry tool to pop the back off. It’s small snap latches that hold back on after removing the screws.
This tool is perfect for popping the lock rivets. They are sold online can be used on tablets and cell phones as well. Cost $5 and will not damage the plastic around the TV set.
Once back is off the Power supply is in plain sight. Be sure to label the wires on right side it’s important that they be plugged back into correct slots.
Normally I would do some testing but this issue was heard. When turning on the TV could hear the PSU clicking. Which means the PSU is bad there are Repair Kits for Power Board and Inverter Boards but this cost is right at $30. May as well shop around and just buy the whole PSU which can start at $40 and go up to $65.
Old PSU looks nice but it is bad:-(
While sure you can save $10-$20 by purchasing the kit but remember more time means more labor costs so spending a bit more on whole PSU may save you from charging customer a few more hours labor. In the end could save or break even either way both you and the customer benefit.
Always make sure your grounded and be careful these power supply’s hold enough power to knock you to the coffin. If you don’t know much about these things get help or just pay someone to do it for you.
Keep looking I may be taking in a Mitsubishi 60″DLP HDTV. From what I was described as issue was white specks or stars. These can also be black as well. Means the mirrors are sticking and will require chip replacement. When I take it in I will go ahead and post details of issue and cost & repair.