Picked myself up an SSD to replace my mechanical boot drive alongside my 2TB SSHD. I want to 'clone' Windows 10 from this drive to my new SSD. What software will be most reliable/make this process as simple as possible?
Thanks for any help!
Reminder that if you're using GPT, you have to move and not copy partitions (otherwise you'll have two partitions with the same UUID and Windows will cry), and you can't just image a disk (or it will be a different size than the partition table says it is, and Windows will cry.
It's okay to copy partitions on GPT temporarily, but long-term you need to change the UUIDs in the partition table and the filesystem, or your OS will think they're the same partition, and all hell will break loose.
Rather than trying to second-guess the computer as to what's hot data and what isn't, though, you'd be better just putting your swapfile on the SSD, and using the rest as a persistent disk cache, with something like eBoostr.
I guarantee you you'll get better performance, because the SSD will contain the actual data you actually use, rather than the data you think you'll probably use.
That you set it up once and can then forget about it forever is gravy.
With this in consideration, would it be better to just do a fresh install of the OS to the new drive to avoid potential problems?
I don't really have any sensitive data on that drive, I keep important stuff elsewhere.
I'm looking for some good thread killers/derail images.
Could be troll science, roll-your-waifu-style charts, what's your Jew/Elf/Dong name or anything similar, anything as long as it baits retards into killing useless threads.
These three should give you a hint of what I'm looking for.
Requesting trips to mexico. It's been a while since I've seen thread with them and I'm sure there are way more than I've been able to get.
What are some anime that feature child raising, preferably in difficult circumstances? Stuff like the latter half of Clannad After Story, Wolf Children and Usagi Drop are the kind of vibe I'm looking for. Thanks.
Looking for a casual video game to play on my PC. Can be anything as long as it's easy to get in to
dude, y as a function of x...
obviously the circle in question one has neither being a function independent of the other, but when something is a function of something else then one has to be dependent and the other not.
question 2 is in the form of x as a function of y, not the other way around. Either you are confused or you dont get what functions are. prepare your anus when you get to calc and especially multivariant calc
Does anyone know the source of these two .webms?
hi fellow weebs can you help me identify the source series of this webm?
I'm having difficulty with this calculation.
Calculate the sinus of alpha:
sin alpha = 1/5
cos alpha = 2/7
Answers are 2/5 sqrt 6 and 3/7 sqrt 5
It should be really easy if I understood it but can't find anything on the net and the book really doesn't explain it well enough.
On the second one, to get the sinus of alpha, you can use the fundamental theorem of trigonometry:
sin^2(alpha) + cos^2(alpha) = 1
If cos(alpha) = 2/7, its square is 4/49.
1 - 4/49 = sin^2(alpha), so sin(alpha) is the square root of 45/49.
45 can be written as 9*5 = (3^2)*5, so its square root is 3 sqrt 5.
sin(alpha) = (3 sqrt 5)/7, or 3/7 sqrt 5
Dunno why you gave sin(alpha) in the first one.
Ive searched everywhere
I dont have the name but i have this...
Is there a way to find out the native resolution for an anime series? Like a database someone put together, or something?
Don't wanna double my file sizes on an upscale, and from what I've heard, quite a bit is 720p.
Anything made before 00's or so would depend on the quality of the cell used, and I'm not sure where you'd get that information.
I know Anibin can cover modern digital releases, but I'm not sure how far back it goes.
>Anything made before 00's or so would depend on the quality of the cell used,
Nah, it'll depend on the intermediate digital master.
No-one's going to bother finding some old film and re-scanning it; they're just going to use a copy of whatever it got scanned to when they were making the DVD.
I need some tech help please. My computer has started crashing at what seems like random. It can be playing a game, using MS Office, teh internets, whatever; and it just shuts down. To blue screen of death, no error message, just turns right off.
I've done the "what to do if your computer is fucking up" search and did a disk cleanup, defragmentation, but I don't know enough to go any further as to what the actual problem is.
This. Seriously check your CPU temp. If its overheating, your comp will kill itself to prevent damage.
Also check for clogged fan ports and if they are dusty as shit, clear them out.
Finally, it could be your PSU or a hardware conflict.
Could you post more details about when the problem began? Just randomly? Did you update recently? Install new hardware/software?
What is the music that plays at 3:55 in this video?
The sources listed (found from a compilation) could be:
The last source is most likely. I have been searching myself and cannot find a piece to match. (It's "Russian" sounding if that isn't obvious)
thanks in advance senpai
How should I sort all my ero-manga /wsg/?
I've been doing it by a single folder based off the major theme present like loli or milf but it's becoming unmanageable.
start doing subfolders to sort by quality: "okay", "good", "great". once those become too many - delete all the contents of the "okay" folder and spread out the remaining ones. why would you waste time on the lowest quality tier, especially if you already have too many better ones?
or keep everything and start tagging.
I've been having similar problems. At 670 mangos currently just use folders is bloody ridiculous. I wish vanilla Windows let you tag folders.
Anyway, this general might be interesting to you, OP. It's got links to h-manga collection management programs, among other things. I can heartily recommend Happypanda!
Anyone know any adventure anime or cartoon that's similar to the Indiana Jones movies in any way?