Originally Posted by Gexecuter
I need help gaf, i bought a dvd writer LG GH22NP. everything seemed fine at first however when i do intensive tasks like burning dvd's or installing games from CD my comp freezes up, i can't do anything except to reboot my PC by force. That's not all tough, sometimes instead of my PC freezing up the screen turns to black, the case still has power but nothing shows up in the monitor. The only thing that doesn't work is the DVD drive, like it has no power. This last part has made suspect that it's a problem with my power supply, you see it's only a 300W PSU, i have a video card installed, a hard drive and the DVD drive so i think i am pushing my PSU too hard. So tell me gaf i am in the right track? :/
thanks in advance.
Does it freeze up completely? Generally, installing from CD/ burning disks is a pretty intensive CPU process. I don't do anything else when I'm doing those activities.
Originally Posted by gamerecks
Ok here we go
Haha. I see you labeled your partitions accordingly. Good job!
So what you want to do here is when you are ready to remove Windows 7 RC, right click on the volume (G:) labeled Windows 7 RC and select "Delete Volume". Confirm it.
Then, you can expand your "Physical Games" (F:) drive by right click on it and "Extend volume". Add the remaining space and see that you have more space for your physical games volume! :D
Now, if you still remember the advice I said earlier:
Grab a copy of Easy BCD build 64.
Note: Use http://www.bugmenot.com/
to obtain a free username/password if you do not want to register.
Install it and Launch. (Default installation is OK. No need to add the Tweak program.)
Go to the "Add/Remove" Button. Highlight the one that says "Windows 7 RC" and delete it.
That is all.
In the event you run into problems booting up after doing this, be sure to have your Windows 7 RTM Disk to help you there. Run the repair option, and it should figure out what is wrong.
Originally Posted by Heidalloon
I'm living in a dorm so I'm using my university's connection. For some reason, I can't seem to get speeds greater than 30 kb/s when using ftp. Originally when I first moved in I could get over 1mb/s, but now I'm stuck with this cap. Direct download works just fine and doesn't seem to have any cap, so I'm not really sure what the problem is.
Internet throttling! This is why people hate Comcast or throttling in general.