This article will guide you through our recommendations for troubleshooting network issues.
A Look back at Puget Laptops
This article gives a glimpse of Puget System’s history with laptops including why we no longer offer laptop models, what that means if you currently have a Puget Laptop, and if Puget Systems will ever carry laptops in the future.
Top 7 Data Transfer Speed Slowdowns – Internal SSD
There are literally 100s of influencing factors that could cause slow data transfer speeds, this article will cover some more popular culprits and how to solve them.
AMD Machine Check Exception – X570/B550 Chipsets
With certain hardware, a system may become unstable and begin rebooting/crashing and only occasionally throwing errors that help identify the culprit. If your system uses an AMD Ryzen 9 CPU and a motherboard based on the X570 series chipset, you may run into this issue as well. This article will cover the solution we have found to be successful.
Top Data Transfer Speed Slowdowns – USB
Transferring files from USB to an internal drive is something we all do but occasionally transfer speeds will slowdown to the point they’re barely usable. There are a litany of causes so we will focus on the most common and their respective solutions.
To Backup or Not to Backup (Backup of course!!)
A summarized view of what backups are and why they are important along with our recommendation on what to backup and how.
Intel i225-V and Z490 Chipset – Network Connection Issues
Intel has a problem with it’s I225 ethernet controller introduced at the end of 2019. As Windows updates trickle through, a number of users are reporting connectivity problems on certain hardware.
Optimal Settings for Your Home Network
This article covers some best practices for setting up your network devices for optimal performance.
Should I Upgrade My Puget Systems Desktop?
As a system ages your daily tasks may become increasingly difficult. Deciding whether to upgrade the components or move to an entirely new system can be daunting, hopefully this article will help.
Safely Remove, Safely Removed! Yank Those USB’s Out Without Fear
Microsoft has introduced a policy that allows you to remove the device without using the ‘Safely Remove Hardware’ process, as long as you’re not writing data to it.