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Just bought a 3060, display port not working

4. Clean the Charging Port. If it's not an OS issue that's resulting in your Lightning port not working, the likeliest cause is that it has debris and dust packed inside. Flash a torch through the port and check for any dirt or dust. Even if you don't see much, it's a good idea to gently clean it all the same. I just bought an HP Envy 13 ad000, and a HP curved 27b monitor, so I want to connect these 2 devices together. Since the the hp curved 27b only has a hdmi and display port and the HP Envy 13 laptop has USB C ports I bought a usb C to Hdmi adapter. However, when I connected these two devices, there... Trouble: In this post, we are going to tell you the basic things to take care when connecting a microphone to the computer and using it correctly. Seems simple to use a microphone with computer, but believe me, if it starts bugging, its a big problem. One of our readers submitted a problem: When I Started Microphone, volume is too ... Question Lenovo y510p graphics card not working: Question Lenovo thinkbook 15 G2 touchpad not working: Question Magegee MK Star Keyboard Issues: Question 2.0 and 3.0 usb port and flash thumb drives- will a 2.0 work on a 3.0 or a 3.0 on a 2.0 laptop: Question Can I switch the HDMI port to work with CPU integrated graphics rather than dedicated GPU? By far, the most common question I’m asked is: Why isn’t my Fire TV’s USB port working? Hopefully people having this issue will find this post when searching for a solution. The most likely reason for the Fire TV to not recognizing a FAT32 USB drive, mouse, keyboard, or wired USB game controller is having “USB Debugging” enabled. In mentime bought one USB Serial Port Device and on my big surprise my card reader device works. Conclusion this device is faulty one, I drawn from test Card reader on another comp and this one was showing two led lights on ,but in normal state these led should be off. So I change the Standard RS 232 cable, but result was as before- no fix. In the same boat with an A515-54-7724. I've just verified that my AOC USB portable display works, so I'm going to try a combination of HDMI to VGA and USB to VGA adapters for my dual desktop monitors. At the very least, I know I can get one monitor working from the HDMI port plus my portable display. this is my portable display if curious Just bought a Logitech H390 and the microphone does not work on my Windows 10 Dell Precision 5530. The audio output works fine, just the Mic doesn't wok. When I go into the. Windows Sound Control Panel --> Recording Tab...the Levels sub-tab for the microphone is blank...it just refuses to recognize the mic. Hey i recently bought a new pc and the display port doesn't work. The hdmi does but not the dp. The graphic card i have is an 2060 gefore rtx and when I try with my screen to go on the dp it just says there is no signal. I am sure that the cables are correctly connected I just updated the Bios and Windows 10. Ethernet adapters were there with a message to change cable (did that, even bought Cat 7 cables and no solution). Ethernet 3 popped up yesterday as a network BUT did not work (connect), then it disappeared (most odd).

2022.01.21 16:51 Throwinahog Just bought a 3060, display port not working

Just recently purchased a brand new RTX 3060. My HDMI displays fine on my main monitor, but the display port continues to say " No signal" i have tried just about every solution, from uninstalling and reinstalling drivers to rebooting only using display port and nothing seems to work, Someone please help me!!!!
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2022.01.21 16:51 Tubson57 [USA-PA] [H] EVGA 3060 XC v1 [W] PayPal

I am selling my used EVGA 3060 XC v1. It comes with the original box, and everything is in good working condition. The card was purchased back in April 2021 and has been used in my pc for gaming and mining. Temps and voltages were kept low during use.
Asking $800 shipped continental US.
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2022.01.21 16:51 ChainsNshatguns The Wheel of Time Season 1 Review: Budding but Blemished

Hello Dragonsworn, my review for Season 1 published today on the website I write for. Hope you guys enjoy!
The Wheel of Time Season 1 Review
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2022.01.21 16:51 nekoshii Bought my snake plant a month ago and the soil STILL reads as wet, but I haven't watered at all. What's going on?

I bought my snake plant at Home Depot a little over a month ago (12/16/21) and the soil still reads as wet when I test it with my moisture probe, but I haven't watered it since I brought it home! Is that weird? Do some potting mediums hold way more water than others? What could be going on? I use my probe on other plants and it seems to be accurate.
Lastly, should I do anything? I won't be watering until the soil reads as dry, but I'm so confused right now.
Here is a photo of my beautiful boy ❤ And the potting medium with moisture reading.
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2022.01.21 16:51 GroundbreakingParty9 The Blade Itself Book 1: The Blade Itself by Joe Abercrombie - Review

Hello my fellow journeymen, wanderers, and explorers! I am back to give you another fantasy review! I have some others I have written if you are interested and can link them at the end of this. I had a crazy end to the year last year and am currently taking a break from the Wheel of Time because I felt it was necessary. However, in between then I have been able to read some great books, but one of the books I wanted to get back around to reading was The Blade Itself by Joe Abercrombie. I stumbled across the book at a thrift store in Alabama when I was travelling in college. The book was in rough shape but I remember that it caught my eye. When I read the summary on the back, I was intrigued. I picked it up and had started reading it but stopped. In college, I was obsessed by reading the first 60 to 100 pages and stopping. I guess trying to balance work, relationships, and school were difficult. My wife and I moved to our new home and I had ended up losing the book. Therefore, for Christmas, I put the Trilogy Box set on my Christmas List and now here we are. I have never read a Grimdark novel before unless you A Game of Thrones Grimdark that I have heard is up for debate. Anyway, back to the Blade Itself. Is this just another generic edgy dark fantasy with copious amounts of violence and hate? Or is it an excellent title in a subgenre that actually does have a lot of depth? Let us talk about it together! As always my friends, I will omit major spoilers and plot points, but may talk about minor details so if you are someone who likes to go in blind you can read the TLDR paragraph at the end! Let us check out the blurb on the back!

Logen Ninefingers, infamous barbarian, has finally run out of luck. Caught in one feud too many, he’s on the verge of becoming a dead barbarian – leaving nothing behind him but bad songs, dead friends, and a lot of happy enemies. Nobleman Captain Jezal dan Luthar, dashing officer, and paragon of selfishness, has nothing more dangerous in mind than fleecing his friends at cards and dreaming of glory in the fencing circle. But war is brewing, and on the battlefields of the frozen North they fight by altogether bloodier rules. Inquisitor Glokta, cripple turned torturer, would like nothing better than to see Jezal come home in a box. But then Glokta hates everyone: cutting treason out of the Union one confession at a time leaves little room for friendship. His latest trail of corpses may lead him right to the rotten heart of government, if he can stay alive long enough to follow it. Enter the wizard, Bayaz. A bald old man with a terrible temper and a pathetic assistant, he could be the First of the Magi, he could be a spectacular fraud, but whatever he is, he's about to make the lives of Logen, Jezal, and Glokta a whole lot more difficult. Murderous conspiracies rise to the surface, old scores are ready to be settled, and the line between hero and villain is sharp enough to draw blood.
The more you learn, the more you realize how little you know. Still the struggle itself is worthwhile. Knowledge is the root of power, after all."
The Blade Itself is the first book in a completed trilogy, but Abercrombie has also released standalone books within the universe, an anthology collection of short stories, and has just finished the sequel trilogy as of last year. Going into the book I knew that it was considered Grimdark which to be honest made me hesitant. When I picked it up all those years ago I had not considered the many subgenres of fantasy, I just knew it sounded like a cool read. I had preconceived notions of what the Grimdark genre is based on what I had been told about it by people around me and that influenced me. It was unfair of me not to try something based on people who thought all these books are, are "nihilism" and hopelessness. With that said The Blade Itself is still a grim story with flawed people, brutal deaths, and cynicism in a world that felt very grounded. This in many ways is very much an introductory book to the world and its characters. However, this is not a bad thing! I loved it. The subtle hints of lore and world building made me more interested and invested. Adua, the main setting for where much of the story takes place, is awesome. It reminds me a little of the Old English Empire as they were transitioning to a new age of industrialism. It feels like that this world is on the verge of technological advancement. There are times where the plot does feel a little off, but I was compelled to continue reading. It is hard to get a sense of the scale in this world since we do not really have a map and so it was a little confusing trying to map out where places were mentally. However, I believe a map was released with the short story collection? I am not entirely sure. I hope that someone who has read the series knows for sure.
Well. What can we do, except try to do better?
I feel pretty well read when it comes to fantasy, but I have rarely come across characters that have so much well...character! What I mean to say is Abercrombie writes amazing characters. The characters that have been created here are amazing. I will not spoil anything for you when it comes to how they are interwoven through the plot, but to not talk about them at all would be disservice. The thing that hooked me and kept me moving through this book were these characters. There are four main individuals: Logen Ninefingers, Sand Dan Glokta, Jezal, and Bayaz. The focus of the story is through the POVs of these four but there is a smattering of side characters who also get a voice like: Major West, Ferro, and Dogman. Sometimes with multiple POV casts there will be one or two characters you dread reading about (Looking at Nynave and Elayne), but sometimes you stumble on the rare series where every character is a joy to read. At first, I feared that Jezal would be a POV I hated, but the more I kept reading he became more interesting. One thing I appreciate about Abercrombie is his willingness to get you into the headspace of his characters. He ensures that you get to spend time with these characters so you can really get a sense for who they are. Logen Ninefingers is described as a barbarian Northman and based on that description alone you would be forgiven in thinking that he is a big dumb brute who is good at killing. However, he is not that. Not in the simplest terms. He is a thoughtful and smart character. Sand Dan Glokta is a torturer for the Inquisition and to be honest is the character that surprised me the most on my readthrough. Glotka is tragic, broken, and haunted by self-loathing, but in a way, he is also darkly humorous. When you read that, he is a torturer you would think his one character trait would be sadistic, but it is not. Really to say anymore would do you a disservice. Jezal is an ass. Straight up. You read about him the first couple of times, you want to punch him right in his pompous face, and yet he is entangled in a relationship that leads to genuine growth for him as the story goes on. Finally, there is Bayaz, the eccentric mystic who is shrouded in mystery. I really do not know how to describe him without potentially spoiling anything. So all I will say is that he is not what you would expect for a "Gandalf-like" character, which is the point. The characters of this story are the standouts and I love them. I cannot wait to read more about them. On paper, these are characters that you should loathe. However when you do read about them, it makes you fall in love with them.
The seeds of the past bear fruit in the present.
I mentioned the world briefly in the earlier segment, but I want to speak about it a little more here. This is a brutal world. Its past is mired in bloody conflicts. I imagine its futures will be as well. However, there was an air of mystery that also kept me hungering for more. Questions were raised, while some questions were answered, and while the worldbuilding was clunky in some spots it did not diminish the quality. The worldbuilding takes place through the POVs characters interactions with the world around them, but the main driving force of the narrative is the character themselves. Writing that sentence felt so redundant, but what I mean to say is that the worldbuilding took a backseat. Why did I not say outright? I do not know. However, there are moments in the conversations where people bring up the past or some form of knowledge that should be common and it is a little wonky sometimes, but that is okay. This is the first book in the series and it was mainly setting up the players, the pieces, and the setting so I feel that can be forgiven.
Hard words are for fools and cowards
Abercrombie wrote a good book. It is very well written. Prose, I believe, is subjective to the reader. I like flowery prose like Rothfuss and Tolkien, but I also like exposition and lore prose (if that is a thing) like Jordan. I enjoy the simple prose of Sanderson, John Gwynne, and any other in between. For me it is when you have seasoned a steak well. On its own, the meat is just a slab of meat. I feel that principle can apply when it comes to books. I have only encountered two authors that drew me in and propelled me forward with a plot that did not have many action set pieces, but with the voice, they gave their characters. Those two authors are Tadd Williams and Joe Abercrombie. With the caveat being that, I have only read the first book in Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn. In turn, I have only read the first book in The Blade Itself. Still all this to say, Abercrombie's writing is stellar, vivid, accessible, and just well executed. I could picture it all. I was engrossed. The characters propelled me forward and the well-written moments of exposition kept me enthralled. I will say at times it can feel a little weird with the dialogue in some spots, but I am seriously wondering if that is just because it is the first book in the series. I felt as I kept reading the writing got better. I loved it. Abercrombie is also very good at writing battle scenes. I have not felt the disgusting, claustrophobic, brutality of battle since I read John Gwynne's Faithful and the Fallen and Of Blood and Bone series. Well done Mr. Abercrombie. Well done.
You have to learn to love the small things in life, like a hot bath. You have to love the small things, when you have nothing else.
While this book is a slow burn, it was such a joy to read. The little things it does, it does well. The character nuance, the attention to detail, and the subtle moments are executed with polish and care. As I said when I was gushing about the characters, this book will engage you based on them alone. I am honestly mad at myself for taking a long time to read this book, but I am glad that I get to jump in and that it's FINISHED! I read this book for 2 hours last night because I wanted to see how it would end. The final climax of the book had my heart racing. My reading list this year is filled to the brim with good books! More importantly, the next two books of this series are on it. So the question now becomes, do I recommend the Blade Itself? Absolutely! Even if you are not too into Grimdark fantasy, or even if you are like me, someone who is not entirely sure how they feel, but just love well-written fantasy, than you will love this tale. It is dark, grim, and bloody, but it is very good and not so grimdark it is absurd. My biggest fear with books like these has always been will it be too much. Will it be so edgy and dark that it almost becomes comical? However, you would be doing yourself a disservice by not reading The Blade Itself. It is very well written and while I felt that, the world was a brutal grim place it was also a joy to discover. I am confident in saying I know the next two books will be amazing. Solid 8.5/10.
TLDR: The Blade Itself was the debut novel that propelled Joe Abercrombie and his world of the First Law series to the limelight. I am confident in saying that there is a reason this book is recommended in many fantasy circles. While not inherently perfect (no novel is) and despite some moments that are slower, the characters more than make up for it! They alone are worth reading this book and series. Do yourself a favor and pick this book up. It is worth it.
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2022.01.21 16:51 SergeantPsychosis Breitbart News Daily Podcast Ep. 56: Brandon’s First Year Report Card Is a Mess; Guests: Monica Crowley, Rep. Fred Keller

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2022.01.21 16:51 Respop Spider-Man Mythic Fall Damage Change

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2022.01.21 16:51 SOVRDIESEL How do I go from a 6 running pace to a 4 pace? What are some tips to increase my speed?

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