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AdGuard’s “Send statistics for ad filter usage” option appears to be causing this error.
Go to the “Miscellaneous” section of the AdGuard settings and turn off “Send statistics for ad filter usage”.
Equalizer APO is not taking any effect in Windows 10.
- Open the Configurator program by searching for it in Start.
- Select your device and check “Troubleshooting options“.
- Choose “Install as SFX/EFX (experimental)“.
- Restart Windows.
In recent versions of Windows 10, UWP apps like “Movies & TV” may not get processed by Equalizer APO even with this fix.
I found a frequency response measurement of the HE400i that is more accurate than the ones I previously used in my equalizer settings. I discovered a way to extract the graph data from Rtings.com. Rtings.com has measurements of lots of headphones, and their methodology is one of the most accurate. So, I imported their data into Room EQ Wizard and created an equalizer profile to correct the frequency response of my HiFiMan HE400i.
Measurements and Correction
I came up with the filters manually. I’m choosing not to boost the troughs or over-correct the treble to prevent side effects that arise when any particular listener’s ears don’t exactly match this graph.
Forget CPU and GPU thermal throttling — charge rate throttling is now a thing.
Exposed charging circuit with shielding cover peeled off. Plugged in, CPU idle.
- The charging circuit doesn’t have enough cooling and tends to overheat.
- Since the charging circuit and the CPU use the same heatsink, the heatsink already warmed by the CPU does not have a low enough temperature to efficiently cool the charging circuit.
- The charging rate is temperature-dependent, but the charging circuit doesn’t seem to have a temperature sensor, so Huawei probably went super conservative about protecting the charging circuit and modeled its temperature after the CPU temperature.
Therefore, even when the CPU is a little bit warm, the charging rate thermal-throttles.
I will discuss solutions to reduce this as part my throttling elimination project.
Also, the recent BIOS updates seem to have slightly improved the charge rate.
The “How do you want to open this file” prompt keeps popping up even though you specified the program to open your AHK files.
You’re probably using AutoHotkey v2.
The bottom of the Huawei MateBook X Pro makes a creaking or squeaking noise when you lift the laptop by a bottom corner.
The noise is not caused by the laptop’s body but by the crinkling of the battery’s wrapping. You are exerting pressure on the battery area, slightly bending the bottom panel and pressing the battery.
When setting up Windows Hello, you can’t get past the first prompt to touch the fingerprint sensor.
May 26, 2020 update: MXPro_stock.txt has been updated with better measurements and EQ techniques! Go download it again in the “Frequency Response Correction” section.
The MateBook X Pro has some of the best speakers on any ultrabook. Unlike most laptops, it has 4 speakers instead of 2: there are a pair of up-facing tweeters under the speaker grill and a pair of down-facing woofers on the laptop’s bottom corners. The crisp up-firing tweeters greatly enhance soundstage and imaging. Nevertheless, these speakers are not perfect, and here’s some ways we can improve them.
Analysis in Stock Form
You can refer to this graph to adjust your equalizer setting in the Dolby app, but to get much better sound, read on.
You’re seeing error code 2 when using Foobar to convert a track to Apple Lossless.
You probably installed the version of iTunes from the Microsoft Store.
Uninstall the Microsoft Store version. Download and install iTunes from apple.com/itunes.