How to Upgrade a Playstation 4 Hard Drive Without Having to Re-Install All of Your Games & Updates

This video walks through the process of backing up a Playstation 4 game console, upgrading the hard drive, reinstalling the latest firmware and then restoring the backup. Keep in mind that a replacement drive must be no thicker than 9.5mm and it needs to be a 2.5″ hard drive that is typically found in a laptop computer. The hard drive I installed in this Sony PS4 game console is a 2 terabyte Seagate FireCuda 2.5″ hybrid drive. If you’re receiving “insufficient storage” notifications from your Sony Playstation 4 game console, you need to install a larger hard drive. this video tutorial shows you how to remove your existing hard drive, how to install a new one, how to back up your Playstation 4 game system, how to re-install the Playstation operating system and how to recover your game system backup. The PS4 error that you may receive is “there is not enough free space in system storage.” This process covers how to upgrade your Playstation 4 hard drive without having to re-install all of your games and updates as I perform a complete system backup including games, accounts, conflagrations and settings.

DIY How to Upgrade a Solid State Drive On a Dell Latitude E7440 Laptop Computer Replace MSATA Card

This video covers the process of upgrading the OEM solid state drive (SSD) to a larger solid state drive from Crucial Memory. Dell actually shipped this Latitude E7440 Ultrabook with an MSATA card loaded into a hard drive cage. The instructions I provide in this DIY hard drive upgrade video will be the very similar if you are replacing a hard disk drive (HDD) with a solid state drive. This video also covers how to remove the back plate cover on a Dell Latitude E7440 laptop computer. It is necessary to remove the back plate when upgrading the memory as well as the hard drive. or solid state drive. Windows 10 Dell Ultrabook

How to Add More Than 4 CPUs on a Hyper-V Running on 2008 Standard

This is something I’ve run across in several forums while seeking out information about Hypervisor Virtualization. I thought I would run through how to increase the number of CPUs on a Hyper-V and break the 4 CPU (core) limit. The machine I’m using to demo this has 16 cores, so I’ve got the cores to spare with only a single Hyper-V running.