Yeah, but if the screen is already busted i don't have to worry about damaging it. ;) Looks like new screens are about $200. The bigger problem is the corners are bent slightly, so I'd need to be able get the bend out before putting the new screen on.
And just like that the new one I bought...
Does anyone know what the resolution for this is? I've been trying every suggestion I've found - smb, reset network, uninstall drivers, etc - and nothing has worked.
I got my new replacement SP3 yesterday and it just won't find any other computers on the network. The old SP3 works just fine, so...
Yup. I've had the SP3 since its launch and while it has has a few small drops, this time it finally cracked the screen in both corners. The left crack is only on the bezel and corner, but I noticed one on the right that went into the screen area.
Now the touch screen doesn't work at all. Is...
I've tried it twice now and the firmware just won't install. I got back to back blue screens and then was forced to do a restore both times.
I'm running Avast and will disable it the third time to see if that helps.
Exactly. I actually doubled down for warranties on my SP3. The retailer I bought it from offered me a 3yr warranty that was essentially the same as the default MS warranty sans screen breakage - unless it can be proven a defect. This was offered at $300 to which I asked if they'd throw in a...
Not entirely. Google dropped support for EAS last year and the mail app won't work with many corp accounts because of this.
A previous post in this thread recommended Metromail and OneCalendar.
I've tried these out now and OneCalendar worlds like a charm.
MetroMail works too, but is still a...
IMO, the i7 doesn't justify the cost-to-performance gains over the i5. Hyper threading is a waste on a tablet like this. If you really need hyper threading, you should be using a laptop(better cooling system) or desktop over this form factor.
You won't be able to do any Google stuff in metro; there are not any official Google metro apps (and likely won't be anytime soon) outside of their search.
However you can use the desktop and access Google stuff that way. Such as Google sync or drive sync.
This is exactly what I do too with Acronis. Win7 can be registered A LOT. You just have to know how to jump through the hoops.
As for the OP's question, I dont see why you couldn't, but you might need a 3rd party app to do it easier. Activating/registering Win might be the only prob.