Also, shout out Germany! If the above pie chart is assumed (I know, I know…) to be representative of the the % of orders, Germany seems to be heading the support for consumer repairable electronics in Europe (no surprise).
I don’t want to burst your bubble, but you should at least account for population.
In these cases it is easily beaten by netherlands and austria. If you also look at Spain and Italy I’d guess this is more of an indicator of wealth.
Just installed everything and attempted first boot.
Power button does not light up, no leds on the side.
When I plug in a charger, the led next to it blinks red 3 times and 1 time.
Don’t know what it means, and also can’t really find a “troubleshooting guide”.
If anyone has any tips (other than “reseat everything” )
Edit: after keeping the charger in for 5 minutes and trying again, the power button lit up and a few moments later the screen as well!
You’re not bursting anyone’s bubble, certainly not mine as you’re pointing out the obvious. I did preface this as being a rather bold assumption - there are many caveats in this rather naïve “estimate”. I guess some people are just keen to make their obvious counter point known? This is not a scientific study.
In any case this is still starting a pointless aside discussion… which I’m happy to have outside of this thread, but doubt it would lead to anything productive without any factual sales data.
I dunno why FedEx is so useless where I live. I don’t think I’ve ever had a package from them on time. My laptop was supposed to come Friday but was delayed, then today it was out for delivery and I worked from home waiting for it and then at 4:30pm it switched to delayed again. Uhg.
Delivered yesterday November 20 - it was held up in processing on November 17 in my city.
Regarding installing Windows 11, I followed the Framework AMD installation guide. However, when I had my USB-A expansion card in slot 1 (left side rear slot), the USB Flash Drive was not recognized by the boot manager when I powered on. When I moved the USB-A card to slot 3 (left side front slot), the USB Flash Drive was recognized by the boot manager.
Edit: Very easy to setup; build quality is satisfyingly good if not excellent (time will tell as wear matters to grading excellent). This is the real deal.