@JustTom: Cut your memory in half to 8 GB and cut out the SSD all together or get a 128 GB one and just install the OS on it.
@brianmcbride: according to this website here the recommended video card for borderlands 2 is a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 / ATI Radeon HD 5850 I recommend the Nvidia GTX 560 ti there is a bunch on new egg well in your price range from $219.00- $229.00. I personally own this card I just got playing Far Cry 3 with it and it played pretty well with all the settings set on max and my system has only a tri core cpu with 6 gig of ddr 2 800mhz ram.
@supernando: If they are doing same thing as windows 7 I just use a copy of the full install dvd and just use your upgrade key to activate it. Ive reinstalled win 7 2 or 3 times using this method and it gave me no problems to activate win 7 never.
@Sauson: Yeah I think the flash drive is toast. One day when I was in the Army National guard my LT brought her flash drive and it was doing it the same thing as you described above to make a long story short. I used a piece of software for flash drive recovery to recover the files because they were copies of going home paper work to get out of Iraq on that drive.
@mazik765: go into your bios and check if the hard drive is first in the boot order.
@HeadNodShy: Thanks for the info Ive been following this mod for a long time.
@Excast: It could be to test the power button grab a volt meter and do continuity test on the volt meter should beep each time the button is pushed if not then it is the power button.
@Excast: Sounds like your PSU is going bad.
@uncle_tuku: have you taken a look @ Bates boots they make boots for the Military and they were the best pair I worn while I was in the Army almost like wearing tennis shoes. Here is the link to their site here
for $40 I am also upgrading on release day.
Sorry for the double post the editing feature on the sight is still not working right.
@thabigred: The battery for the Toshiba is a 8 cell battery with 4.59 hours so the Toshiba one is about the same as the MSI one. The info is under the details tab near the bottom under the power heading. And you have to consider this to with the smaller screen on the MSI one is going to suck.
@thabigred: The battery for the Toshiba is a 8 cell battery with 4.59 hours so the Toshiba one is about the same as the MSI one. The info is under the details tab near the bottom.
@thabigred: I would go with the Toshiba because it has a bigger screen sure it has a slower cpu and less ram compared to the MSI one. But the MSI one only has a 15.6 inch screen. Unless your planning on hooking it up to a external monitor to game the Toshiba one is your best bet.
I totally agree Id rather see more innovation from companies instead of seeing them trying to sue each other into oblivion.