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BIOS updates are requested for the current MEDION devices
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Answers to common questions about the Intel Management Engine (SA-00086) vulnerability.
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Answers to the most common questions about the processor vulnerabilities and attack scenarios Meltdown and Spectre.
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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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Please test another socket in another circuit.
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Please make sure the battery or batteries are inserted correctly into your product.
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Windows offers Troubleshooting app for sound issues.
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Check if the microphone is connected to the correct input.
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Image flicker usually only occurs with digital monitors if an incorrect screen refresh rate is set.
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In this case, a residual current discharge (power supply reset) can help.
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For computers that are running with a Windows operating system, Windows offers its own troubleshooting which can help you immediately.
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For some error symptoms there are currently no universal answers.
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Please check the resolution of your display (screen) to see if the number of pixel errors is still within the specified tolerance range.
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Increasing volume usually results from faster running fans. This can be caused by continuous background processes or dusty fans.
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If you have no sound or the volume is too low from the connected speakers or headphones?
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How to switch from Windows 10 in S-mode to the Windows 10 Home version.
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The setting options differ depending on the product.
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This will tell you if your memory card is faulty.
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First check if your notebook is getting enough cooling air. Even dusty fans degrade the cooling performance.
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Please check the power supply first.
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