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ASUS ROG G20AJ | Old Tutorial Videos, If any use to any one

Welsh_Whoopee
Level 11
These are some old videos of the Asus ROG G20AJ

CPU Upgrade Tutorial (Asus Rog G20AJ)
https://youtu.be/QO5ocjw2Dm0

GPU Upgrade Tutorial (Asus ROG G20AJ)
https://youtu.be/h6rPBLZC3fY

SSD Upgrade Tutorial (Asus ROG G20AJ)
https://youtu.be/sbdFDz1P_4E

Any questions, then ask on the video for a quick response

thanks Welsh Whoopee
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Dung_Hwangbo
Level 9
Thank you very much! These videos will definitely be helpful.

jeezy9
Level 7
oh Wow Welsh is still around? Im, glad, those videos were a life saver.

Welsh_Whoopee
Level 11

Can you re-upload the CMOS clearing video please?

i'll see if I have that one still saved somwhere, I hope lol

How To Clear The Cmos (Asus ROG G20)

https://youtu.be/UxBAOKBaKqw

 

if it is any good to anyone that wants to clear the cmos

 

enjoy

yamarisjohnson
Level 7

Hi Everyone,

Hope you are doing great!

I am having some problem with my laptop screen sharing issue. I have two laptop one ASUS ROG G20AJ and other which I have recently purchased intel arc [https://www.lenovo.com/us/en/faqs/intel/intel-graphics/]. I wanted to share screen but while sharing screen it is showing error like "unable to connect"  I have followed troubleshooting steps but still showing same error.

Followed troubleshooting steps: 

  • Make sure both laptops are connected to the same network: For screen sharing to work, both laptops need to be connected to the same network. If one laptop is connected to a different Wi-Fi network or a wired connection, screen sharing won't work.
  • Check that both laptops have screen sharing enabled: Depending on the software or service you're using for screen sharing, you may need to enable screen sharing on both laptops. Check the settings or preferences of the screen sharing software to ensure that it's enabled on both laptops.
  • Use a third-party screen sharing software: If the built-in screen sharing software on your laptops isn't working, you could try using a third-party screen sharing software. There are several options available, such as TeamViewer, AnyDesk, or Zoom.
  • Use a physical cable: If both laptops have HDMI ports, you could connect them using an HDMI cable to share the screen. This method would require that one laptop serves as the host, and the other laptop acts as a display.

Is anyone else facing the same issue? Please let me know how it has been resolved.

Thank you for your time.

Best Regards

Yamaris

AnnaFrost
Level 9

Thanks for tutorials!