I bought an SSD, or an NVMe SSD to upgrade the Dell laptop. I posted a few days ago about how to change the thermal paste on this Dell Inspiron 15 laptop. I replaced the original WD WD10SPZX 1TB 2.5″ HDD, which is way too slow when booting or using
I have the Dell R710 for months. It is perfect to fit my needs. Here are some documents I downloaded before and used as a reference. Now, I upload them to this blog as a backup. Just in case I need it again and I can not find them anywhere.
I got the server Dell R710 last week. I tried my best to update all the firmware of the machine. Basically I watched Youtube videos posed by Art of Server. And I watched it before I received the R710. The SAS disk is a clean one. When I first boot
It is in November 2019. There is a laptop, Dell Inspiron 5570. It is my mother in law’s laptop. Recently she found it is so slow and ask my help. I connected this laptop through Teamviewer. I checked the CPU usage and found it is so high and the temperature
I have a five years old DELL XPS 15, L502X model. I have an SSD, Crucial BX200 240GB 2.5-inch SSD. I have a 2.5-inch HDD SSD External Enclosure. Now it is time to change HDD to SSD. I want to keep the system, data, everything on the HDD. The original
Just got a Dell Laptop last week. Dell XPS L502X Description and order as below: XPS 15 XPS 15, Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium, 64bit, English $1,289.99 1 $1,289.99 XPS 15 XPS 15 Processor 2nd generation Intel® Core™ i7-2630QM processor 2.00 GHz with Turbo Boost 2.0 up to 2.90 GHz