Are you expecting 21H1? :eek:
It sounds like some sort of power saving option in Ubuntu that isn't compatible with VirtualBox. I'm not familiar enough with Ubuntu to tell you...
Try acetone, but be very select where you put it and use the point of a needle to apply tiny amounts at a time.
So it might seem:
Which one did you go for in the end? I'm curious, as I've heard some of the Bosch 1600rpm machines will actually spin at 1700rpm to achieve better...
It's a shame OcUK don't sell Sabrent M.2 drives, as they really are good bang for buck. Definitely worth researching.
I thought I'd miss the backspace navigation too, but actually I've only noticed it on one occasion. It's far more easier to use my mouse's back...
Also be sure to use the latest BIOS for your motherboard. The latest one for your motherboard was released only in February, the version is 7C75vA6.
Are we to guess which company you're talking about, or are you going to eventually let us know?
Which motherboard do you have? Also which SATA port are you plugging the drive into? Say your motherboard has six SATA ports and the drive is...
What does Clear Disk Info say?
Am I missing something?
Very nice watch - do you have a link to where you bought it from, as searching for Xiaomi Mi Watch seems to be taking me down a rabbit hole with...
For me at least, that's an easy answer - MSMG ToolKit. I'm not allowed to link to the forums or mention them, but Googling for "msmg toolkit...
You can imagine my disgust after I removed all the radiators, flushed them, lightly sanded them and then painted them with Hammerite radiator...
I'm wondering what edition of Windows some people stuck on 1909 are using? Ie: Home, Professional, Enterprise, etc.
I like to use Clear Disk Info these days as I find it clear to understand yet detailed.
If I wanted to look at everything in black and white, I'd have bought a black and white monitor. ;)
Had to change in my preferences, because I couldn't see the option on the bottom left. :confused:
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