I was stupid enough to get another unit and update the BIOS, again!! (using ThinLinux_5060_BIOS_10K.zip with Dell Imaging Tool) Everything went smoothly first then onboard speaker started to make weird noises during Window 10 setup, and now it doesn't even work! Rolling back to 1.0A didn't make any difference!! This time I can see the drivers (under Windows & Linux) but no sound through the speaker or the headphone jack!!I didn't even notice this thing had onboard sound, lol.
I'm on BIOS 1.0a and sound works properly.
It's so weird! I'm testing using Debian, Window 10, and ThinLinux .. As of now:That is weird. Do you have another set of speakers you can try? If I remember correctly, Windows will show a red x on the taskbar speaker icon if there are no speakers detected. Worth checking to see if mute is on also.
I bought an inexpensive Kingston SSD and it fit neatly into the 5060.Any other 2.5" SSDs known to fit when shucked? Thanks!
I got one of these on AliExpress (or Amazon): SATA Adapter - AliExpressHi all. I picked up one of these in the UK for £26 delivered. Now I'm looking for a cheap SSD to go in it.
Any other 2.5" SSDs known to fit when shucked? Thanks!
How exactly is that 90-degree adapter fitting for the SSD to be parallel to the main board? Did you use 2 of them?
What is the performance like for Batocera on the 5060?All done, added 16GB (2x8GB) sticks and it's running EXSi 6.7 (plus driver) very nicely.
Performance in a VM of Windows 7 32-bit is roughly the same as how that VM ran on my Intel Mac mini.
I'm using Ventoy to boot into other Live distro, such as Batocera.