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  1. I would tend to agree that the prices on video...

    I would tend to agree that the prices on video cards are pretty stable and have been so for a long time. They all tend to shift around a bit more whenever AMD (Radeon) or nVidia put out some new...
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    It seems like your trying to do this: Internet...

    It seems like your trying to do this:

    Internet -> Laptop -> Router -> Other devices

    Which is going to be annoying to implement.

    The better solution as len pointed out is:

    Internet ->...
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    An easy fix is to 5 or 7v the fan(s) in question....

    An easy fix is to 5 or 7v the fan(s) in question.

    http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/496

    Before doing so I'd use something like Speedfan to get a good idea of where the system is at before...
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    Tiny Screw Removal

    I've got an old Palm IIIc that I want to get open. It's case is secured by 4 small screws on the back. The only screwdrivers that I have that will fit them are my jewelers screwdriver set.

    The...
  5. Now that's more of what I was expecting out of...

    Now that's more of what I was expecting out of this thread! Obama needs to get some funkmasters working on the grey thing!
  6. Ok...

    Let me just understand your topology quick:

    Incoming Broadband -> Motorola Cable Modem/VOIP/Router -> Wireless Router

    So then:

    Wireless Router cabled --> Computer(s)
    Wireless Router WIFI...
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    Ah hum...

    If I'm following this right...?

    -- Your looking to get a new HD for an upcoming computer. Natrually you want to get something current rather than an older 40 pin ATA.
    -- The current computer...
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    My impressions from what you've said here is: ...

    My impressions from what you've said here is:

    -- If the computer is not booting in the situation you discribe the CPU and or the mobo might be dead.
    -- It sounds like you have an Intel system...
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    Likely a semantics thing but I'd never want to...

    Likely a semantics thing but I'd never want to put my hardware in a washing machine (for clothing). But yeah in a dish washer, on the top rack with the drying element turned off, can be ok for most...
  10. Er, YeOldeStonecat you might want to look up what...

    Er, YeOldeStonecat you might want to look up what a chroot jail is. I personally know exactly what everything here is doing.
  11. Intresting stuff...

    Looks very interesting. However I would offer a bit of a clarification.

    Comparing Sandboxie to VMware is somewhat misleading. VMware is a full on virtualtization, IE you can run a Linux system...
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    Any router that supports SNMP can use MRTG: ...

    Any router that supports SNMP can use MRTG: http://oss.oetiker.ch/mrtg/

    Good stuff.
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    Given that most WAPs don't have RJ45 ports other...

    Given that most WAPs don't have RJ45 ports other than normally one it's best to get a wireless router that then can be run in bridge mode.

    However given that a wireless network card or USB dongle...
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    When a drive starts to go bad Windows chkdsk will...

    When a drive starts to go bad Windows chkdsk will do what it can to keep the drive still usable as it fails. To that end it will stick files that would otherwise be lost in the root of the drive.
    ...
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    Why do I feel like answering this will be helping...

    Why do I feel like answering this will be helping someone cheat on a test?
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    Lol...yeah. Audio/videophiles have throughly...

    Lol...yeah. Audio/videophiles have throughly convinced themselves that nothing is ever good. Save for maybe what they own. (And admittedly I've been guilty of that in the past too. Thankfully...
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    At 1080p text, provided it's of an appropriate...

    At 1080p text, provided it's of an appropriate font, should look very sharp. I'm still always giggling like a little kid whenever I notice I can actually make out what football players faces look...
  18. In the Network Connections window you should see...

    In the Network Connections window you should see a dialog pane to your left. One will say "Make new Connection". If you click that it will run the network connection wizard which will allow you to...
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    Tank is cool

    Very cool stuff! I like the tank. :D
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    Exactly...

    Agreed. My big TV is a 42" HD plasma that is great for watching TV. However I would not want to use it as a monitor for any extended period of time.

    In the office here I use a 19" HD LCD that...
  21. Doh!

    http://www.opaquelucidity.com/facepalm.jpg

    Look, don't get me wrong it's good to have IE as a backup. But it's the #1 vector for PC infection. And one of, if not the top, pathway for infections...
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    Well it is a LGA775 socket so while there is an...

    Well it is a LGA775 socket so while there is an actual possibility of some TIC having gotten in the hole in that socket, or elsewhere, given the nature of what I've done with this computer it's...
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    Upstream limits

    Upstream caps can indeed limit the amount of hosting you can do. Be it for games or any other internet services. Depending on the game each client that connects to you can eat up a fair amount of...
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    Postscript

    Well after a bit more searching to no avail I just got done rewiring the system.

    http://img184.imageshack.us/img184/2820/system1wa8.jpg

    I did my normal stress test of playing some Mass Effect...
  25. Sadly I have to say that the fact that it's a...

    Sadly I have to say that the fact that it's a wireless internet connection may be your problem. At one point I was using a wireless service, Clearwire, and experienced the same things. My modem...
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    I've been using XP x64 for a month or so now and...

    I've been using XP x64 for a month or so now and it's done very well. The nVidia x64 drivers work without issue as well as all the other drivers: on board sound and other various mobo drivers and...
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    Le sigh. Went and played Mass Effect for about...

    Le sigh. Went and played Mass Effect for about 45m. That game pushes this modest system to it's limit and then some so rightfully so the CPU fan slowly but surely picked up speed.

    However now...
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    http://img517.imageshack.us/img517/6677/system1ay7...

    http://img517.imageshack.us/img517/6677/system1ay7.jpg

    Well there is the new fan. Time to give the system a workout and see how it does!
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    Thanks!

    Thanks Ken. I suppose that too is indeed a possibility. However given the fact that it seems to be acting on some form of logic of it's own it seems that the hardware is ok.

    In fact the more I...
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    So yeah...

    Only slightly. From my OP:

    Mainboard Vendor ECS
    Mainboard Model 915PL-A2 (0x1DB - 0x8FBC26)
    Specification Intel(R) Celeron(R) D CPU 3.06GHz
    Core Speed 3220.2 MHz (23.0 x 140.0 MHz)

    The CPU...
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