That's correct. Now to boot from the card you override that from the boot menu.
See my answer above, you need to go in the BIOS and tell the board to boot from your SSD by default. There are other threads about this already.
Set the SSD as default boot device in the BIOS.
Common issue on Linux/Win dual boot systems, Linux sets BIOS time as UTC but Windows as local time.
Windows can be set to use UTC as well which...
There was nothing on there that is necessary.
Could be that the power supply caused a spike that crashed but also permanently damaged the board. Or the board just has a defect.
That's never a good idea... any reason for doing so? Had the OS frozen that you couldn't shut down properly? That could indicate earlier issues.
I don't need anything to press the power button with the acrylic case. The one on the EDGE, not the top one below the hole.
On the board edge right next to the LED.
Press the existing power button?
Also working fine on Ubuntu 17.04 here.
Nope, 30fps is unbearable for desktop work unfortunately.
I believe the video decoder can decode 4K60 (even the Atoms can, maybe not in a browser but at least from a file), but the problem is that the...
Yep it's a TV issue, not a PC issue. You need to switch it into "PC mode".
Of course it will never reach 90° since it protects itself and throttles down, to a crawl if necessary.
BUT the point is you then don't get the...
Mine does, but stays in the "amber" state for about 15-30secs before doing so.
I believe if you delete all partitions in the Windows installer then select the empty space it will reformat as MBR on its own.
I got both screws and spacers with my KS.
Next to SW1 you'll see "Rst" = Reset, SW2 "Pwr" = Power.
I'm fully aware of the advantages of NVMe, just saying that while they're awesome and certainly make a difference on a powerful system they...
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