Check your power connectors to ensure the drive isn't losing power somehow. Also check the SATA cable to ensure it's not loose. If the drive is still disappearing, it may be the drive is dying. Does this happen in another computer or a hard drive dock?
This my first topic here, pls help me with my problem.
i bought my laptop one year ago, and before 2 months starts the problem with bios
i was doing the usual work on my laptop and suddenly it’s the laptop start rebooting and enter the bios utility by itself !! And i can’t get access to my windows even if i keep rebooting the device it’s still returning to the bios window!!
so i kept searching in the internet until I found how to update the bios, so I updated already and everything comes back to normal
but now!! The same problem happened again the device stuck in the bios window and i can’t go to my windows!! and i’m already in the latest version in the bios.
i don’t know what to do actually ?
Thank you and I appreciate your help
I am new to the forum. I have an issue where my PC is not seeing my hard drive. It sees my WD solid state drive fine. But I also have a 2 TB toshiba drive it does not see. I have gone into disk management and actually formatted it before, but it usually goes away in a very short time. I have done this 3 or 4 times. Is there a reason for this? Does anyone know if this is fixable?
Thanks is advance.
It looks like it should be enough although honestly I'm not very familiar with Wirecast. That said, I've used OBS and it should be similar. On Wirecast's website, it seems like your system should be fine. Depending on your budget, it may be worthwhile to upgrade to a workstation grade graphics card though as Wirecast supports NVENC and I'm not sure if Wirecast will work with non-workstation cards.
As for latency, it shouldn't be an issue, but since it's quite a few streams of live video, it may be worthwhile to go with an Intel system that doesn't have the possibility of latency issues at all. That said, video feeds going from cameras into cables then into your system will easily crack 100ms of latency at its worst, so I doubt a little bit of interdie latency should be something to be worried about.
For an application like that, you don't really need a whole lot. The entry level workstation would be a good choice. Feel free to upgrade to a Samsung 860 EVO if you'd like. If the budget allows for it, you can go with an 8th Gen Intel Core system, but honestly a quad core will be more than enough. ASUS motherboards are solid. Haven't had much issues with them. MSI and Gigabyte are good alternatives if you don't like ASUS. Kingston or Crucial are both great picks for memory. I like Corsair personally as well, but with the reputable brands the memory will all be solid.
To drive the 3-4x monitors, you can get a lower end workstation graphics card like the Nvidia Quadro P600.
First off, cool site I have gone thru the threads but have a different type of rig question.
I would like to build a pc for my father who works at home trading stocks. Many custom pc sites are overkill for his specific use so will attempt to build it myself unless there is another recommendation.
SSD Primary (Samsung 860 EVO 250gb)?
2x 1-2 Tb with Raid 1 (All documents/file storage mirroring)
Support for 3-4x monitors (no need for 4K res)
Personally buy Intel i5/i7 but would consider AMD considering business application
Also have 2 pc's with ASUS MB, tho they seem to get bad rap, and either Kingston or Crucial for Mem
I'm looking for quality so he doesn't run into any problems with sub-par components long term however doesn't need to be overkill either. If I can keep it around $1K that would be great but would go over if needed. Monitors are not included in this price just the tower itself.
Thank you for your help.