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I think because of tiny size, bteetr performance and impressively fast data transfer speeds Transcend Micro SD cards are far more competitive than other cards. If i have choice, i usually make it for Transcend.
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Your micro SD card must be busted then. Same thing haenpped to me, the card suddenly wiped itself and all the data in it was gone, but i got a new micro SD card and it works fine. The message just means it doesn't have a firmware on the micro SD card which u can download from the website and upload it onto your micro SD card if it happens again.
Your micro SD card must be busted then. Same thing hnpepaed to me, the card suddenly wiped itself and all the data in it was gone, but i got a new micro SD card and it works fine. The message just means it doesn't have a firmware on the micro SD card which u can download from the website and upload it onto your micro SD card if it happens again.
Your micro SD card must be busted then. Same thing hanpeped to me, the card suddenly wiped itself and all the data in it was gone, but i got a new micro SD card and it works fine. The message just means it doesn't have a firmware on the micro SD card which u can download from the website and upload it onto your micro SD card if it happens again.
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Nah, mostly gniamg, etc.4GB isn't enough some games easily use 1.5-2GB.8GB was good but leaving Firefox or Chrome open for long periods would suck up 1-2GB of RAM each, plus with uTorrent using another GB (for caching), games using another 2GB, etc. I could easily get up towards my max.RAM is cheap. It only cost me about $100 for my 16GB of RAM and most of the time I'm only using about 50% of it.
You need all the specs to be up to date, not just Ram, for a good gaming comtuper. Try this,* Get a comtuper with at least 1tb of HD* 4gb or more is a good standard Ram size* Quad core processor* 512mb of GraphicsWill be expensive, but if you want a Good gaming comtuper, thats a good start. However, my comtuper is three years old and still plays a lot of good games, has half of those specs (no graphic card).
If you fly with Intel, then the Socket 775 is the way to go. If you have the AMD side of the house, then I would recommend at least a Dual-Core setup stgteary. Also, If you have a proprietary setup (HP, Compaq, Dell, Microsoft, etc.) you may as well not even try overclocking. Period. Proprietary Systems like the ones that were listed, are designed from the ground up to be the most efficient at giving the most basic user a happy little Graphic User Interface to romp in .however what you want to do is get a decent setup as far as new board, cpu, a heatsink good enough to cool the beast you unleash when you fire it up, at least 2GB+ of memory, anywhere aroung the 120GB-250GB SATA sector should prove enough to be sufficient for the gaming stgteary listed in this question, around 600W PSU to give this beast some life (in Dr. Frankenstein's eyes) and for scalability(upgrading), a decent OS like XP (tried and true) even though Techs like to call it Windows (X)tra (P)roblems, the associated updates and drivers from the hardware that you have installed into your new beast, a few reboots later, and wham! you have a basic budget gaming rig thanks to one of the gaming communities' people spilling the beans hope this helps you in the quest in gaing groung in the custom (re)build sector Good Luck!!!
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