sygnus21

sygnus21

Joined on Jun 9, 2018

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  • I'll address this last part One important key factor..... Dell does NOT own the operating system so they can't make the operating system do something it's not designed to do. And again, I would ...
  • I decided to move on but stand firm in my belief.... Device Manager can not install BIOS's. I say that because I'm focusing on the entire eco system and not just one aspect of it. I'm also going ...
  • He displays the standard behavior of a troll - post nonsense, leave and let others fight over it. Classic troll.
  • Commented on photo A fine Maui finish. in the From behind challenge

    Too bad there will be controversy surrounding this submission because I think it an excellent shot and well processed to give a realistic touch to the image. And I absolutely love the colors and...

  • Then we have nothing to talk about because I don't believe you fully understand the argument. And posting a link and understanding what it says are two different things. I stand by my statements as ...
  • I would agree with this. However, if he's like me, he probably has stuff that's no longer on the server. You can only keep so much for so long on the server. Beyond that, its lost. I understand, ...
  • I've already demonstrated mine. Show me yours. Prove me wrong... Explain it??? A few likes doesn't move me. Prove it!
  • Wrong and I stand firm here. Instead of linking something explain why you're right and I'm wrong! Thank you.
  • Not sure what you mean here. Dell, like a lot of other PC vendors probably has some software installed that allows for automatic downloads of hardware drivers and firmware updates. But again, the ...
  • Have you ever updated a BIOS? If you had, you'd know it's NOT a driver. It a motherboard firmware update that gets installed to the BIOS's ROM chip physically located on the motherboard. And ...
  • If you actually read the OP's email he's talking about converting what's on the PC now, NOT what's being sent from the server. POP, IMAP, or whatever doe NOT care what format the email is saved in ...
  • You certainly can.
  • Again, the System Firmware in Device Manager has nothing to do with the BIOS of the motherboard. And as stated, what's in the Device Manager is a "driver", BIOS updates are not drivers. And the ...
  • No. It's and older UEFI update. For clarity when I say BIOS, I mean UEFI. With that sometimes BIOS's get updated because an issue was discovered or an improvement needed to be made or a feature ...
  • POP3 (or IMAP) has nothing to do with converting your emails from OML to a PST file. Nothing. POP 3 is a protocol for retrieving emails from a server and doesn't care what format the email is saved ...
  • The images below show you've got a UEFI BIOS and that it was, and still is factory set to UEFI. If your BIOS was set to legacy as you stated, and then "switched" over to UEFI, you wouldn't have ...
  • That info was listed in their post here , and the BIOS date is 2018-10-09, ver. 1.1.2 Yeah, that happens, but some also leave when people start arguing over the proper solution and start deep ...
  • So we agree.... not an actual BIOS firmware.
  • Me too. Anyway, I don't know what happened oh how the BIOS got updated, I just know it can't happen trough Device Manager, and should not have changed parameters from legacy to UEFI. That said, it ...
  • Been there, done that. No info whatsoever pointing to American Megatrends or even Gigabyte. This of course I already knew. BTW, since you asked me, you do realize this a driver, right? And that ...
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