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*OFFICIAL* M14x Owner's Lounge Thread - READ BEFORE POSTING

Discussion in 'Alienware 14 and M14x' started by BatBoy, May 15, 2011.

  1. the_psychologist

    the_psychologist Closed Duplicate Account

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    True enough, but if it's not official they will just pass the buck if you run into problems.

    I expect a laptop to deliver the advertised spec, no matter what gen it is. A defective product is a defective product. The SATA support alone was enough reason to return the r1 IMO.
     
  2. PrinceDevil

    PrinceDevil Notebook Geek

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    I wonder if it's just me, but to the right of the LCD screen, there is some kind of empty gap that the left side does not have as if the screen was too small and didn't fully fit it O_O. Well, that's fine anyways since I sent it in to be looked at while fixing the chassis and etc. which were getting loose. Called Wednesday, they overnight the box to me, I shipped it Thursday, it got to them on Friday I believe and they finished fixing it Friday night and shipped it back to me. Sadly Fedex won't deliver it on Sunday so I'll have to wait till Monday. Hopefully they fixed it and I don't get one of those horror stories where the laptop comes back scratched up and worse than before.
     
  3. salanos

    salanos Notebook Consultant

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    Mine is still very new so I haven't cleaned it yet. I'd use a cloth suitable for cleaning glasses for the plastic coat on the screen while the exterior and soft-touch surfaces, I'd likely run them over with a slightly damp soft cloth, then again with a dry soft cloth.

    You wouldn't happen to be looking for the M14x R2 owner's club, would you?
     
  4. eccentr1k

    eccentr1k Notebook Enthusiast

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    I use these. I wipe it down every few days and it looks like new every time.
     
  5. PrinceDevil

    PrinceDevil Notebook Geek

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    I just might be xD Hohoho, accidents happen.
     
  6. salanos

    salanos Notebook Consultant

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    Oh I know - I didn't even realize there were two threads till that happened.
     
  7. hammerchop

    hammerchop Newbie

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    [edit]
    decided to create own thread to avoid any threadjacking
     
  8. crazygabe

    crazygabe Notebook Enthusiast

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    1.Download the latest nVidia Driver
    2.Do a clean install (remove everything from nVidia completely then install the driver)
    3.Download MSI Afterburner + iObit Game Booster 3.5
    4.Overclock and Boost to maximum
    5.Get modified BF3 user.cfg file
    5.Start Battlefield3 and play on a server
    6.Realise you get an average of 90 FPS on low on 900p
    7.?????
    8.Sh*t bricks
     
  9. Dell-Bill_B

    Dell-Bill_B Guest

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    My final post on NBR as a Dell representative.
     
  10. Cero89

    Cero89 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Guys, does anyone know if our beloved M14x will be able to run Dishonored?? I can't really understand if we fit the requirements. Thanks!
     
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