Research And Development

Black screen on Asrock J3455 and Windows 10 with update 1803

Written on September 7, 2018 By Support Team
We recently ran into a strange issue with the Asrock J3455M motherboard and Windows 10. The system would boot up the first time without any issue, but if you do a soft shutdown in Windows...the system would then not boot up a second time.…
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How to Stop Windows 10 from Rebooting for Updates

Written on September 14, 2017 By Support Team
Microsoft has started automatically rebooting computers running Windows 10 in order to install updates. While this may be a good thing for those PCs that haven't installed security updates, for power users it could cause major issues.…
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10 Popular Utilities to Test Your System

Written on February 28, 2017 By Support Team
There exist many utilities out there that are must-haves for either system diagnostics or peace of mind when receiving a new unit. Many of them are listed and divided below in terms of the device/issue they may be used to test.
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Ultimate Boot CD: Your Diagnostic Savior

Written on February 20, 2017 By Support Team
We’ve all been there for a system crashing or having a hardware issue. Finding the causes of this issue can be tricky if you don’t have the right tools. Luckily, Ultimate Boot CD exists to help us get through these problems.…
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The LackRack: An Affordable Rack Alternative

Written on January 30, 2017 By Support Team
We are always on the hunt for new and interesting ways servers are deployed. From what we’ve found, Ikea is quite a computer friendly company. A variety of people have noticed that a great deal of Ikea products have enough room for…
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1U Rackmount Server - AMD EPYC - 4 Hot-Swap Bays

AMD is making a re-entry into the server market with their powerful EPYC server processor line. These are cost effective, high core-count CPUs that are perfect for large parallel workloads. With up to 32-cores / 64-threads in a single…
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Counterfeit Windows XP Scam Don’t Get Stuck With Invalid Software

Written on January 24, 2017 By Support Team
Since Windows XP was discontinued 2008, we have been working hard to get as many copies of it as possible in order to provide copies of XP for as long as we possibly can.
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Booting Into DOS Without A Floppy

Written on January 16, 2017 By Support Team
Every now and then a user might have to boot into DOS in order to update some firmware or perhaps a BIOS. Since floppy disks are generally a rarity to see nowadays, there needs to be alternative methods for booting into DOS. Here are some…
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