• My laptop's headphone jack isn't working correctly?

    I've had my laptop for a few years now, and lately I've noticed that the headphone jack only registers my headphones half the time. It doesn't matter what set of headphones I use. If I plug them in, they'll usually work at first, but if I move the laptop or the cord at all they'll stop... show more
    I've had my laptop for a few years now, and lately I've noticed that the headphone jack only registers my headphones half the time. It doesn't matter what set of headphones I use. If I plug them in, they'll usually work at first, but if I move the laptop or the cord at all they'll stop registering in the computer. I'll have to twist or wiggle the plug until it works again. This is really annoying to deal with all the time. Could someone tell me what's wrong and what I could do to fix it?
    19 answers · Laptops & Notebooks · 6 days ago
  • Personally do you spend a lot of time on youtube?

    Best answer: Quite a bit actually.
    Best answer: Quite a bit actually.
    16 answers · Programming & Design · 5 days ago
  • My facebook account got disabled?

    I deleted my facebook account and it was scheduled for deletion and then i decided to log in again just to check something and then they say my fb account has been disabled for security issues so now my question is that will my fb account really get deleted? I want it to get deleted.
    I deleted my facebook account and it was scheduled for deletion and then i decided to log in again just to check something and then they say my fb account has been disabled for security issues so now my question is that will my fb account really get deleted? I want it to get deleted.
    7 answers · Facebook · 1 day ago
  • Is youtube down now?

    8 answers · YouTube · 3 days ago
  • Why do some devices work on home wifi but others don't?

    Up until yesterday we had a couple laptops, a couple cellphones, and a PS3 that all worked on our home wifi. Our ISP had an outage that lasted about 4 hours, and since it came back the laptops still work fine but the cell phones and PS3 will connect to wifi but can't access the internet. I've spent all day... show more
    Up until yesterday we had a couple laptops, a couple cellphones, and a PS3 that all worked on our home wifi. Our ISP had an outage that lasted about 4 hours, and since it came back the laptops still work fine but the cell phones and PS3 will connect to wifi but can't access the internet. I've spent all day trying every single solution I could find on the internet, both on the devices themselves and in the router configuration. Nothing worked. Why would the internet suddenly not work with some devices but still workwith others? They are all configured the same way. Would this be an issue with the ISP, or would that outage and this problem have just been a coincidence? Would it be a router problem? My router is a a TP-Link one, probably close to 10 years old now. Should I just get a new one?
    7 answers · Computer Networking · 17 hours ago
  • What s wrong with YouTube right now?

    7 answers · YouTube · 3 days ago
  • What kind of job can I get?

    I don't want to do actual work. All I want to do is play video games and watch DVDs and YouTube videos. I am terrible at critiquing things so I can't be a critic. What job can I get that just lets me do what I want all day?
    I don't want to do actual work. All I want to do is play video games and watch DVDs and YouTube videos. I am terrible at critiquing things so I can't be a critic. What job can I get that just lets me do what I want all day?
    4 answers · YouTube · 2 hours ago
  • Does processor speed affect disk defragmentation ?

    I was wondering how to improve hard disk defrag speed would faster processor more ram or larger cache size say 128 mb hard drive cache and 7200 rpm hard drive help any. I know solid state no need for defrag but I also wanted a regular hard drive for storage and know it will need to be defraged.
    I was wondering how to improve hard disk defrag speed would faster processor more ram or larger cache size say 128 mb hard drive cache and 7200 rpm hard drive help any. I know solid state no need for defrag but I also wanted a regular hard drive for storage and know it will need to be defraged.
    5 answers · Other - Hardware · 1 day ago
  • Rate my computer?

    Best answer: Approximately this https://pcpartpicker.com/list/ZBNjLJ This list is a little better power supply and motherboard.and excludes the keyboard and mouse nd would involve building it yourself and mailing in rebates and some postage. It's a tier-1 system with excellent CPU and graphics card. #6... show more
    Best answer: Approximately this
    https://pcpartpicker.com/list/ZBNjLJ
    This list is a little better power supply and motherboard.and excludes the keyboard and mouse nd would involve building it yourself and mailing in rebates and some postage.
    It's a tier-1 system with excellent CPU and graphics card.
    #6 here
    https://www.notebookcheck.net/Computer-G...
    Handles 1440P gaming very well and can handle 4K gaming.
    Power supply is a Channel Well Technologies GPS series a little below RM Corsair series.
    They are a good high volume producer.
    Motherboard audio is unknown and might have raised the board a bit.
    If you must have wifi, if subtracts from gaming and motherboard wifi is inferior to a good Gigabyte with antenna.
    There is no question that it is an excellent pc, and if already purchased is ot worth changing.
    For $18, probably would have upgraded to 850 Watts - EVGA 850W GQ 80 Plus Gold Power Supply, by FSP is a tad better at not much money and a touch higher in motherboard with GIGABYTE Z390 GAMING SLI and if wifi is needed add it later.
    Neither affects gaming performance.

    You have a very nice PC that performs well.
    4 answers · Desktops · 2 days ago
  • Is my CMOS battery bad or is it something worse?

    Hi, I have an old PC I assembled in 2011. I haven't used it in a over year, because it started rebooting constantly. I have checked my tempatures - all good. Voltages seems to be fine. I cannot see any temperature on my MB's VRM in HWinfo. I suspect it doesn't have that sensor. (P8P67 pro rev.... show more
    Hi, I have an old PC I assembled in 2011. I haven't used it in a over year, because it started rebooting constantly. I have checked my tempatures - all good. Voltages seems to be fine. I cannot see any temperature on my MB's VRM in HWinfo. I suspect it doesn't have that sensor. (P8P67 pro rev. 3.1) Something confusing is my BIOS showing my RAM running at 1333 MHz but they are capable of 1600 MHz I've had a nagging feeling about the MB being at fault. I fear it's a bad VRM or PSU, based on online forums. I did a calculation on my setup; wattage wise. It draws up to about 750W and I have a Corsair HX850 pro. Pretty confident my PSU was not at fault I started reading about types of MB failures. Where I learned about VRM overheating. But I saw someone suggesting someone to check their CMOS. So I read up on that, and all sources I found, listed shutting down constantly as a symptom. But having no issues with dates etc. I kept fearing the VRM is overheating. Then I found a source listing poor external hardware detection, as a sign of a bad CMOS battery. I have had issues with that for a few years, having to change the USB port of my mouse constantly and occasionally having to reboot my computer because my keyboard wasn't detected. Furthermore it never registered the microphone through my audio-amp. Is my MB dying/bad? Is it most likely my PSU? Or is it something as simple as a bad CMOS battery? Thanks beforehand 🙂
    8 answers · Desktops · 3 days ago
  • How to change password facebook?

    5 answers · Facebook · 15 hours ago
  • Why is youtube down?

    6 answers · YouTube · 3 days ago
  • On Amazon, what is the "Qty" for?

    I really don't know what "Qty" is for and i would like to know, Answers Please!!
    I really don't know what "Qty" is for and i would like to know, Answers Please!!
    11 answers · Other - Internet · 5 days ago
  • Chance of recovering a file I deleted over a year ago?

    Any chance I would be able to recover some files I deleted a year+ ago. Files were relatively small word docs. Since deleting them, I only really used the laptop for surfing the internet and YouTube, however I have wiped the laptop. Surely, it couldn’t have overwritten the deleted files by now?
    Any chance I would be able to recover some files I deleted a year+ ago. Files were relatively small word docs. Since deleting them, I only really used the laptop for surfing the internet and YouTube, however I have wiped the laptop. Surely, it couldn’t have overwritten the deleted files by now?
    5 answers · Laptops & Notebooks · 21 hours ago