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AS SSD Benchmark Test on Samsung 970 EVO Plus NVMe M.2 SSD

I did a little bit test on my new Samsung  970 EVO Plus  NVMe 250GB SSD.

After I installed the new Samsung SSD and migrate the system disk to it. The default NVMe driver is Windows 10 builtin driver.

Microsoft Standard NVM Express Controller

Driver version: 10.0.18362.1

Driver date: 6/21/2006

Standard NVM Express Controller

 

It can be confirmed on the Samsung Magician software. Under NVMe Driver, it shows Microsoft.

Samsung Magician

 

The test result based on AS SSD Benchmark 1.8.5636.37293.

Stornvme driver Score on AS SSD Benchmark 1.8

The score is 3178.

Later I found AS SSD Benchmark has a new version. V2.0.6812.41776.

Then I run the test on the new AS SSD Benchmark software.

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How to make WPA work on Acer Aspire One ZG5 or AOA110

It has problem when I first install Windows XP with SP2 on this tiny netbook, Acer Aspire One ZG5 or AOA110. I can connect it to AP with WEP security setting. But WPA is not working.

The wireless card driver is the official release which I download from the Acer support site.
The driver version is Atheros_7.6.0.224.

I am still want to use WPA protection. I am sure the hardware support the WPA security. Because I use Ubuntu, a Linux distribution, on this netbook with WPA more than one year.


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AMD ATI video card driver Autodetect tool

There is a easy way to download the latest and correct video card driver.
Click the link to download the tool.
Or download it from here. Release on 7/17/2011.
It will run on most of Windows OS. It detect the OS version and your ATI card.
Then it will find the latest driver for you.
Download it and install the video card driver and control panel.
It is Official tool from AMD. Not third part tool. So it is safe.

Video card driver makes Windows 2008 R2 Blue Screen

Yes, it is true. I have see so many blue screens on a brand new PC server with Windows 2008 Server R2.
The hardware including following items:
Intel i5 2500 CPU
1TB SATA2 Hard Disk
ASUS P8P67 R3 mother board
Corsair DDR3 Memory 4GBX2
ASUS HD5450 512M Video card.
etc.
I installed Windows Server 2008 R2 on it. 64bit OS is my choice.
After few days running, it has blue screen randomly. Sometimes it happened 4 days up. Sometimes it is 10 days up.
It is not predicted.
Blue Screen error code is as blow:
STOP:0x0000000A
or
STOP:0x0000003B
I tried update Intel Chip set driver, update BIOS of mother board. Change SATA cable, chage SATA port.
Still has this kind of error when Blue Screen.

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