I bought a 2GB stick of ddr2 to install in my desktop a couple of weeks ago which upgraded the pc from 2 to 4GB of RAM. When I check the system information, it says 4GB is installed but only 2.5GB is available to use, why is it saying this?
I plan on upgrading my PC by switching the motherboard, the cpu, and the ram, while keeping the same graphics card and hard drive. I'm wondering if it would be possible to unplug the hard drive, replace the parts, and plug the same hard drive into the new mother board and having no problems or complications.
they are MUCH cheaper than Sandisk
I have a low budget but I need a new laptop for college. Definitely nothing over $500, preferable nothing over $250. Basically, I need it to be:
-lightweight (for portability)
-long battery life
-have access to Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.
-good internet speed
-2 or more USB ports
I don't need a...
for example, headphones and speakers...are they considered input or output?
For most applications the BEST monitor would be a 1440p 144hz with either gsync or freesync (based on your video card)
that will make any stutters in fps seamless.
Something is wrong with my webcam on my laptop. Whenever i try to use it it notifies me to plug it in.
One of my college cpurses is conducted via web sessions,so I just need a cheap replacement for now just for that purpose. Right now I am using my ipad, but I prefer a laptop
Minimum requirements: 8gb ram on graphic card, 12gb memory and 3,4 ghz processor.