my logitech marathon mouse started to have click issues the other day. single click turned into a double click, double click turned into multiple clicks, drag&drop didn't work, it was random and unpredictable. local stores got nothing i'd buy, so i almost ordered an other mouse online, but i thought it would take an other week or two for the new one to arrive, so i stated to look for some diy solution, and found a youtube vid about a potential repair:
it turned out great, now the micro switch is working fine. also, i found an other one, a logitech vx nano in the drawer with the same issue. fortunately i didn't throw it out once it was broken, because fixing it took me an other 20-25 minutes.
Yea, the stock Wraith Stealth cooler was a bit noisy, but my temps were touching 92C on load, even after applying fresh thermal paste and reseating it properly, so I got the Noctua instead. Temps dropped by almost 20C and it's far less noisier than stock. My GPU gets a lil loud, but it's acceptable for a reference card.
OK, so I have a problem with my external hdd. I used it with media creation tool from microsoft to save a virtual image of windows on it from which I can boot a windows installation from. For some reason bios doesn't recognize it and I couldn't boot the image from it. So now I plug in my hdd into pc and instead of acting as a regular usb/external hdd it's acting as a virtual drive and I can't see any of my files. I had over 100 GB of stuff on it, is there any way I can revert it back, stop being a virtual drive and just a usb again?
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Figured it out. Apparently a whole bunch of people had this problem because stupid microsoft doesn't warn you that your disk or usb is about to become a 32GB virtual drive no matter how big it is. 500GB almost lost. People who had this issue say they solved it with data recovery software like easeus so I'm hoping that'll help.
Idk if I'll be able to actually recover the files without a license for it so if anyone has a license I would really appreciate if I could borrow it just once.