I did not initialize/setup the disk (I assumed this would occur automatically).
Disk management allowed me to do this, and then setting up a simple volume on the now unallocated drive option is what I needed to do.
Thank you for your response, sorry to have wasted your time!
No, I am only using the primary m.2 and primary pcie slot for my discrete graphics
I'm concerned the 660p cannot run in pcie 2.0, and is incompatible, a consideration I hadn't made when purchasing, I am hoping I am wrong.
I recently purchased an Intel 660p 1TB drive, pci-e 3.0 x4
And have installed it in my ASRock Taichi x470's secondary m.2 slot, which is:
1 x M.2 Socket (M2_2), supports M Key type 2230/2242/2260/2280 M.2 PCI Express module up to Gen2 x4 (20 Gb/s)
In device manager I see the hardware, but it is...
The locked characters are not overpowered.
Everything else is cosmetic, and the game is free to play.
Quit the whining.
Play a few hours to unlock the character you want. If it's a good game, your going to be putting the time in anyways.
If the game flopped, would he be forced to give back the money he was paid?
Furthermore, and under similar consideration, is the game company getting the bulk of that money from this Netflix deal?
Since it only exists because of them?
Or is the author getting all of that, AND this settlement...
I wish all the best for this game company.
I bought Sub Nautica just to support them, and haven't really played it.
I still regularly play Natural Selection 2, their FPS/RTS hybrid multiplayer game.
One of the more complex FPS games on the market.
I actually have heard they are partnering up...
The trick is to identify all major adversaries, not just one. Which America does.
If you are implying America has been overly focused on Russia, and China has somehow, in some regard been free to fly under the radar as a result, I would disagree.
Generally it's good to think your country is in...
There was an article yesterday about that in regards to the US, and this one with regards to Korea.
China is "allowing" IP theft, and this is the result. Other counties are pulling out of the Chinese market.
Based on recent news of state sanctioned Chinese hackers stealing information from large tech companies, and Chinese factories illegally producing and selling technology from their customers (e.g. Samsung OLED), coupled with their 2025 self sufficiency initiative in regards to technology...
Perspective based 3D imaging is nothing new.
LCD glasses being used for stereoscopic imaging, again, is nothing new.
It can do up to 8 people? By shutting off vision while others see the their own perspectives? Welcome to an increasingly transparent image.
This guy is really hamming up old tech...
Hey everyone, does anyone have any recommendations for a motherboard that has two m.2 pcie 3.0 x4 slots?
I got one slot filled, and I'd like to possibly have another down the line.
I plan to purchase a 2700x, 16GB 3200 cl14 RAM, use my gtx 1080, and get a mobo with room for two m.2 drives (just...
Hey everyone, I am getting a 2700x, a 970 EVO 500 m.2 nvme, and I have a 1080.
I was wondering about the motherboard and RAM I should get.
I see the below on sale, but I am surprised by the low price - has anyone had issues with the below brand?
Also would anyone have any motherboard...
There are no problems, they just are using blue LEDs to supplement lack of having a quantum dot that produces blue wavelengths.
I could be wrong. Evidence to the contrary will change my viewpoint. You don't seem familiar with what I brought up, so, by all means, your own research may yield...
Athlete is the wrong term.
I'm sorry, I associate athleticism with physical exertion.
Darts, bowling, golf, snooker, league, these are not athletes.
These sports involve incredible finesse and dexterity though.
I'm under the impression they are not doing anything so complex, simply trying to replace the human element in the recruiting process. Once they realized the gender skewed results, they scrapped the process.
Maybe the realization that led to this was that filtering out indicators of gender in...
My understanding may be flawed, but the main premise of a block chain is that once the data is in, it's locked, and cannot be changed, without reprocessing the hash for that particular block.
This extra layer of security governing data integrity is likely what they are going for I think.
I think we can all agree, if you allow for exploitation, it's foolish to think the powers that be will avoid any such action.
Data equality should be in place, our ISPs should not be given the legal authority to track online activity, and then charge more depending on what data their consumers...