You can check or repair and format Micro SD card effortlessly in PC, what you should do if the Micro SD card is not recognized or detected by Windows? Solution 1: Check the SD card reader and change USB port First of all, you can check whether the SD card reader is contacted with SD […]
Firstly, uninstall the driver. 1. In Device Manager, right-click on the wireless adapter name and select Uninstall. 2. Click OK button to confirm the uninstallation. If you see a box next to “Delete the driver software for this device.”, check the box then click OK button. Secondly, update the driver Go to PC manufacturer’s website […]
First I had to install the M.2 drive. This involves prising off the four rubber feet on the base of the device, unscrewing the four screws that are revealed, and then forcing off the base plate which is somewhat stuck to the motherboard by a thermal pad. Then unscrew the three screws that secure the […]
Install windows on SSD,pls refer to “How To Install New OS In SSD or SATA on ACEPC” 1.Burn your OS into your USB disk with UltraISO. 1) Open UltraISO ,and Click File -> open -> choose the OS image. 2) After open the OS image successfully , we will make the bootable USB disk,Click Bootable -> Write […]
In simple terms, Android TV can bring people the sorts of things you enjoy on your phone to your TV. That doesn’t mean you’ll be taking calls through your TV or trawling through emails, but it’s ease of navigation, access to entertainment and simple interactivity. It’ll make your TV smart and doing it with an […]
Geekvape GBOX Squonker box mod is a stunning technology catering to Squonk enthusiasts, integrating a Squonk-ready system with a high powered AS chipset, featuring real power output of up to 200W, full temperature control with TCR adjustments. An ergonomic design with an enlarged OLED display. The kit combines the powerful GBOX 200W box mod with Radar BF […]
Both SSDs and hard drives do the same job: They boot your system, and store your applications and personal files. But each type of storage has its own unique feature set. How do they differ, and why would you want to get one over the other? Price: SSDs are more expensive than hard drives in […]
If you’re on a budget, go with SATA. If you want maximum performance that includes big file transfers, go with PCIe. Both are most convenient to use in the M.2 form factor, and both are demonstrably better than HDD in terms of speed, so you really can’t go wrong.
The most hassle-free and reliable way to find out if your drive is running smoothly is to install software which checks it and silently monitors it for flaws. Windows users might want to try Crystal Disk Mark (one of the top tools to maintain your SSD) while Mac OS X users can take a look at Smart Reporter Lite.