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Hi there! If you are shooting with a vintage lens that is a lens without the CPU information some of them do have the information som of them don’t I have two examples of lenses that do not have the CPU information, so I will show you how I have set it up on my

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How to Replace the Access Panel Removal NOTE: The front bezel comes attached to the access panel and is not separately removable/replaceable. Loosen the T15 captive thumb screw on the rear of the PC. Firmly slide the panel toward the front of the PC to disengage it from the PC. Lift the panel off of

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How to Restore CMOS to Factory Settings Before you begin: Remove the access panel, 2.5in storage drive, and storage drive cage. Steps Carefully release the CMOS battery from the socket retention clips that secure it on the motherboard and remove. Wait thirty seconds. Carefully secure the CMOS battery under the socket retention clips on the

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Hello and Welcome to PDFsupply.com Today we’re going to be testing a CPU351 90-30 Series. I have a part number here, IC693CPU351 There’s a revision letter “JT” You don’t have to worry about that, this test will be the same for all of them. And I’m going to be placing them in a five slot

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The desktop is your starting point into your computer. Along the top, you’ll find the Menu Bar, and at the bottom, the Dock. The Dock contains shortcuts to the applications you may use the most. It is customizable, and you can or remove items from the Dock at anytime. By clicking Launchpad, we have access

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First of all we want to install the CPUs. CPUs come in two different standards for consumer motherboards, we have LGA and PGA. LGA is used on all Intel processors. This means that the CPU pins are not on the CPU but in the socket. Although this makes handling the CPU much safer. Be careful

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Hello Plugable Fans! My name is Amanda, and I’m a Technical Support Engineer at Plugable Technologies. If you’ve been watching our channel or following our product line since the very beginning, you’re already very familiar with our flagship dock: the Plugable UD-3900 Dual Display Universal Docking Station. We all love the portability and convenience of

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Good morning children! Today we’re going to talk about creating your own Pro Tools shortcuts. Pro Tools has a lot of built-in shortcuts, an enormous amount actually. And we have a video about that. But there are things that the good people at Avid thought you would not need. But you still do. So here’s

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Today we have a pretty exciting mechanical keyboard build. This is perhaps one of the most recommended kits in the market, and one of the most popular, and is the TADA68, which I got from KBDfans. This comes in the 2 main versions. There’s the aluminium case, and the plastic case version. And these 2

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