This computer would blue screen and the tests showed that one of the disks was bad (three disks - two stripped in RAID - one with data). This disk was HD 0 with the operating system. I replaced it with a different SATA HD that was not RAID. It worked fine for several days. I attached the (non-member) SATA that had separate data on it that wasn't on the RAID drives - and the computer blue screened. I disconnected it and now the computer blue screens, anyways - with the new SATA. Is there anything with the BIOS that I should be doing to take a computer that used to be RAID (stripped) and not isn't? Every time I start the computer it says "strike the F1 key...).
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This Micro Tutorial will give you a basic overview how to record your screen with Microsoft Expression Encoder. This program is still free and open for the public to download.
This will be demonstrated using Microsoft Expression Encoder 4.
Windows 10 is mostly good. However the one thing that annoys me is how many clicks you have to do to dial a VPN connection. You have to go to settings from the start menu, (2 clicks), Network and Internet (1 click), Click VPN (another click) then fi…