Com Windows Repair to Fix Windows Problems Random Photo: Eagles Be Like....Random Photo: Almost Random Photo: Passwords Random Photo: Space X Random Photo: That's Quite a Stretch Random Photo: Another Bad Tide Pods Joke Random Photo: Number Pun CMOS De-Animator is a service utility which allows you to invalidate the checksum of your system's CMOS memory, resetting all settings to default and clearing any stored BIOS passwords (if any) upon reboot.
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Yesterday I wrote an update regarding BIOS 44 for Skylake i3 and i5 NUCs and how the recent version is supposed to unlock the NVME SSD drive performance, which has been previously limited to 1600 MB/s. Remove the bottom cover of your NUC and locate the yellow BIOS security jumper next to the memory modules. Once you have removed the jumper from the pins, close the bottom cover. Insert the USB stick into one of the USB ports (I used one of the front ports, but it should not matter).
This morning I installed the BIOS in my Skylake i3 NUC (NUC6i3SYH) and confirmed that it is indeed true.
But the thing is that it has made my internet so much slower (only on my PC).
I used to score around 250mbps (Download Speed) and 30mbps (Upload Speed) but now i have shit stats after i used this Killer Ethernet thing.
In general I recommend Samsung 950 Pro instead of SM-951. BIO BIOS file from Intel and place it directly on the root of the USB stick.
However, it is not enough to perform a normal BIOS update if you want to unlock the NVME SSD performance! Preferably an empty one and formatted to FAT32 format.
You will need to perform a BIOS update through the recovery process.
Note the exact position of the yellow jumper on the pins before removing it.
So yesterday i bought a new processor, a new water cooler, a new motherboard, a new DVD reader and 16gb of RAM.