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Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Dell Vostro 400/Dell XPS 8700(Slightly Customized for me by Dell)/Toshiba Satellite T135 OS Windows 7 Professional 32-bit/Windows 8 64-bit/Win7 Pro64-bit CPU Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600/Intel Core i7 4790/Intel Pentium Memory 2GB/16GB/4GB Graphics Card Intel G33/G31 Express(Vostro)/NVIDIA GeForce GTX 745(XPS) Monitor(s) Displays HP 2009m(Vostro)/ViewSonic VX2250wm-LED(XPS) Screen Resolution 1600x900(Vostro)/1920x1080(XPS)
Keyboard Dell L100)(Vostro)/Dell KB2133p(XPS) Mouse Dell M-UAV-DEL8(XPS) Hard Drives Seagate ST3160815AS(Vostro)/Western Digital Blue(Satellite)
Western Digital My Passport 0748
Samsung HM121HC Internet Speed 100 Mbit/s(Only when IPTV is plugged out) Antivirus Avast, Malwarebytes PRO Browser Internet Explorer 11 Other Info Note: Names with slashes between two different parts mean that the left is my old desktop and the right is my old laptop and the middle is my new desktop.(Unless specified)
Ping is horrible for servers overseas in US and Europe.
New laptop:LG Gram(Not available in US) Processor:Intel Core i3 4th Gen Ultra Low Power RAM:4GB Hard Drive:SK Hynix OEM MSATA or M.2 Graphics:Intel HD
Why am I getting shocked by my inear headphones I getting shocked by my in ear headphones (creative) when i move its cord beneath earphone junction..it might be static electricity or any sort of short circut...i only get these shocks when it is plugged to laptop only..neither it gives when it is plugged to phone or my ipod... i want to know can...