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I bought a new gpu and now that I put it in it crashes when I go into a game like overwatch and start playing it crashes and shuts down.?
Once again, "350 watts" says almost nothing about the power supply. I've written too long answers about the many things about them, but here I summarize that for a power hungry CPU like an FX-8320, loading a maximum wattage card like GTX 1050 pushes it. You could have a cheap computer case with top mounting of the supply that derates it with temperature.
Starting overwatch presses your Cpu and graphics card to its limit.
It is either the power supply, or overheating, or both.
Keeping it short:
Peak or continuous 350W?
At what temperature rating?
stability at high loads
warranty versus age of the supply
low efficiency causing heat issues
actual manufacturer using cheap parts in an aged supply
etc etc etc
Did you download and install the drivers for the new graphics card?
Run something like DriverSweeper before you do to get rid of any old graphics drivers.
350w PSU is too low for a gaming graphics card, go with a 500w PSU.
is your power supply adequate to the max load required of it?
My dog (rescued) panics when I hold her collar?
She was probably dragged by her collar at a young age. I’ve seen it happen before. You need to be able to touch and hold her anywhere on her body. That’s your responsibility as her parent. If she has to go to the vet the vet may need to restrain her by her neck. If she goes in to get groomed they will restrain her by her neck. She needs to be okay with it, that said...
Start by gently massaging her neck, remind her that good things can come from that spot on her body. Feed her treats, speak loving words, touch her, pet her, love her. Pull gently on her scruff, play with her hair. Do this daily.
Play with her collar while petting and praising and treating. Pull gently on her collar, jingle the tags, move it up and down on her neck. Remember to laugh and smile and act like good things are happening.
MAKE THIS A GOOD THING.
When she’s feeling comfortable and confident with you. Start having friends and family mess with her collar and massage her neck.
Then move on to strangers.
I've had any number of rescues. My current Rott/GSD came to me with a severe, severe case of panic whenever anyone touched her head, neck or shoulders. It took a lot of backtracking, but I found out that the "foster mother" used to pick her up and shake her by the back of her neck to get her attention (?) or "teach her when she misbehaved) because "that's what mother dogs do." Some people should not own dogs, let alone foster. It took time and years and now she allows people to touch her, and she allows people she knows to pat her or stroke her. If she looks uncomfortable, I say "no" the people who try to touch her. It took a LOT of kindness and very repetitive behavior before the change came about.
What would I do if I were you? For one, I'd STOP holding her by the collar. Maybe she was dragged inside or outside. Maybe it's something else, but why stress her out. When you need her on lead, snap the leash onto her collar and hopefully that's the end of that.
I NEVER praised my dog or rewarded her for allowing me to touch her. I kept things casual, would touch her gently when she knew I was there (never startled her) and gradually I saw her relax.
If it's a large problem, I'd consult with a trainer, but I think you can work this out. She wasn't born with this fear. You can turn things around.
(Bless people who take in rescues and care enough to understand them!)
Some dogs coming through rescue are like this. If you think about it you have completely taken her away her freedom of movement and it makes her panic.
Buy a slip lead that you can throw over her head when you need to or even get busy training on vocal commands so you never have to grab a collar. As others have said, she could have had all kinds of bad experiences from a collar and she won't forget them for a while until she can completely trust you.
Then stop holding the collar....obviously she may have come with baggage regarding this issue as many rescues often do.
Seek professional help for yourself on how handle this dog some other way, such as a reputable trainer/behaviorist.
Should have discussed "the neck thing" while you were at the vet, however you can still call them and ask, phone calls are free in most areas, perhaps they maybe able to refer you to a reputable trainer/behaviorist once cleared medically...
Many idiots punish their dogs via hanging them by the collar and some even go further and kick them or slam them into walls while choking them. Your dog must remember something with the collar and abuse or she wouldn’t be so reactive.
Try switching over to a harness instead of a collar and even some type of head halter like a gentle leader or halti. She may never be comfortable being clipped, grabbed or tied by the collar but the others she wouldn’t necessary have bad memories with.
She may have scaring around her neck from being all twisted up on the tie out or there may be no marks on her at all.
All rescued dogs come with issues because of their past. Your guess is as good as mine as to 'why' it bothers her so. Not knowing what she went through makes it hard to understand.
I would be finding ways that I could handle the collar in play, petting.... in ways that just touching the collar but not handled by the collar. Move the collar up & down her neck to brush her, take it up high behind her ears & back down again. Twist it round & round her neck, keep touching the collar but don't try to control her by the collar. Go slow, the second she shows any reaction to handling the collar just back off a bit, let her know it is okay. soothing voice, talk her through it. My dogs love to be talked to or sung to. Try to avoid any situation where you would have to grab her by the collar, snap on a leash, if that makes a difference.
1. Either take off her collar and get a body harness instead.
2. While feeding or petting her or while she is resting perhaps even sleeping, just pet her NEAR her collar, slowly touching her collar (but not holding it), then after days of gradually to holding softly her collar, then if she freaks, don't let go of her collar UNTIL she calms down. DONT PET HER DURING HER FRANTIC STATE. ONLY PET HER OR GIVE HER A TREAT AFTER SHE CALMS DOWN COMPLETELY.
But I think the best idea is to get rid of her collar completely and just replace it with the body or face harness. They are much more effective anyway in controlling your dog.
Get her the Sensi-ble (i think that's how it's spelled) brand harness or another comfortable harness. This won't pull on her neck whatsoever.
She probably got strangled by it at some point. Either intentionally done by someone, or by getting hooked on a fence or tree limb and was scared out of her mind. This kind of trauma goes in hard and deep and can take years to smooth out. The fact she shies at hands approaching her head is a good indicator someone 'did it to her'.
I'd switch to a body harness, with the ring attachment either on top the shoulders or, better yet in front on the chest (best option).
Work with her calmly and quietly, don't use loud corrections, stay with positive enforcement.
slowly ease her back into it
Dog trainer might help!
She was probably choked a lot by the collar of previous owners it might be best to just put her down.
What does it mean if a confident guy panics when he see's you face to face and is friends with you on social media?
It could mean he's just socially awkward, or it could mean he has a crush on you, or it could mean that you're misinterpreting his actions.