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Please check the power supply first.
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The following steps may help if your device does not turn off.
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There may be a cable break, one of the most common signs of wear on electrical equipment.
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Hard drives contain mechanical components, such as fast rotating metal plates and moving writing and reading heads which can cause noises such as buzzing, creaking, clicking and clunking during normal operation.
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Both Windows and the built-in hard disk have an energy management.
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Depending on which interfaces are provided by a M.2 connector, a specific form of the connection is used.
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Answers to the most common questions about the processor vulnerabilities and attack scenarios Meltdown and Spectre.
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Answers to common questions about the Intel Management Engine (SA-00086) vulnerability.
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Tips and tricks on how to reset your system.
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Temporarily install another language, change your system to it and now exit S-mode.
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You'll first need to install its language pack (if it's available).
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XMP RAM can be used in any device. Here you can find more information about it.
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Different numeral systems cause storage capacities to be represented differently.
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If you don't want to register a Microsoft account, you can alternatively create a local account.
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The Fn key is a special key found especially on notebooks or netbooks.
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Depending on the selected language, keyboards have different layouts.
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Detailed technical specs of the mainboard.
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A BIOS update is available for your PC to fix the error.
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Detailed technical specs of the mainboard.
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Detailed technical specs of the mainboard.
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