ASUS ZenBook UX325JA 13.3 Inch IPS Full HD Laptop, Intel i5-1035G1, 8 GB RAM, 512 GB M.2 NVMe PCIe SSD plus 32 GB Intel Optane Memory, Backlit Keyboard, Windows 10, Includes Sleeve and USB-C Dongle
One of the most common hardware problems with laptops is physical damage to the LCD / LED display. Laptops are designed to be portable and their displays are fragile and easy to break. If you have a damaged laptops it can be repaired by our professional staff - all you need to do is arrange a visit or mail the device to us and we can turn your repair around very quickly. Once we arrange a date for your repair, it usually takes around 1 hour to replace the display and fully test / inspect your device after the repair is completed. We will usually ask for a serial number, make and model of your device to ensure we have a compatible part for your device.
Our customers are frequently asking the same question over and over again when having to decide whether to get their damaged laptop repaired or simply purchase a replacement device altogether. The question is - "Is it worth repairing a broken laptop screen considering the repair costs?" Due to the nature of portability, laptops get damaged more often compared to a traditional PCs or MACs. And it is usually the screen that stands out first. As laptop prices have fallen recently (with exception for Covid-19 spike in demand) - repairing a laptop that costs sub £350 may seem uneconomical at the first sight. However, mosts of us would not consider hidden costs such as: your personal data recovery (family photos, family footage), licenses that you buy when purchasing a new device, engineer call out charges for transferring data between devices and so on, as well as the time you will spend setting up and organising your new device. In most cases laptop screen replacement is a straight forward task, and most common laptop model screens can be replaced at your home by our repair technicians. This can be achieved at a fraction of the cost of a new device.
If you happen to run out of free disk space on ArcServe UDP RPS (Recovery Point Server) you may need to manually run a purge job to force start data reclaim process. You can do so by executing the following commands from your RPS server: Using command prompt, navigate to ArcServe RPS installation Drive, following directory: %drive letter%:\Program Files\CA\arcserve Unified Data Protection\Engine\BIN then execute the following command: as_gddmgr.exe -Purge Start To monitor the purge progress, you can execute the following command: as_gddmgr.exe -purge Status "datastore name"
A recent vulnerability with Citrix Netscaler firmware forces IT Security Administrators to urgently patch their firmware to prevent remote code execution. Patching Netscaler is a straightforward task, however, you need to ensure that NS partitions have enough free disk space available to proceed with the upgrade. In some occasions, you need to remove old NSLogs to reclaim disk space.
After upgrading Citrix Netscaler 12.1 to the latest recommended patch 220.127.116.11 you may come across a console debub log 'admautoregd' failed to start or 'admautoregd' process is not running.