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    :rotfl: Always thought so... and only the slowest...

    :rotfl: Always thought so... and only the slowest brain cells, allowing for fresh ones to be used ;)
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    I just had my annual physical, and got the flu...

    I just had my annual physical, and got the flu shot while there, hadn't done it in years before that. Figured I haven't been exposed to flu much in the past couple of years and it may be a good to do...
  3. How is the setup/administration on the Zen, is it...

    How is the setup/administration on the Zen, is it similar to the RT66U? I know they have an app, but does it still have the full web admin interface?
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    Good to see you around Immy! :)

    Good to see you around Immy! :)
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    My best guess is it briefly made the news cycle...

    My best guess is it briefly made the news cycle when it initially came out, and now it's just when the SEC is slapping them with a fine.

    You're right though, it should definitely be reported.
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    Very breezy today, sustained winds around 30mph,...

    Very breezy today, sustained winds around 30mph, will stay like that until late tonight I guess. No damages here, just some debris. My friends and family in Tampa are fine, most have power and all....
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    $500 mobos, ouch... I'd wait a bit.

    $500 mobos, ouch... I'd wait a bit.
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    $210 for the 2TB one... So tempting, even though...

    $210 for the 2TB one... So tempting, even though I don't need another, already 3 SSDs in my rig :)
    https://www.newegg.com/corsair-2tb/p/N82E16820236722
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    Seems they just paid some subcontractor to...

    Seems they just paid some subcontractor to decommission old servers/drives and didn't even track what they were actually doing with the hardware. Scary stuff, you can protect your identity all you...
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    Thank you guys. I am on the East coast so not...

    Thank you guys. I am on the East coast so not much impact here, but prepped by filling gas, having propane, water/beer, all the essentials. My family and friends in Tampa are ok as well.

    Here are...
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    Nice! Intel also announced their 13th gen...

    Nice!

    Intel also announced their 13th gen processors yesterday, 15% single-core, up to 41% multi-threaded performance boost, but they're not out yet.
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    It's a question of preference, both are ok to...

    It's a question of preference, both are ok to use, and both should be running with approximately the same speed. Easto is right, check what extensions are running in the browser, and check your Task...
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    Sometimes when you have OneDrive running it...

    Sometimes when you have OneDrive running it changes the location of your Documents/Pictures folders to OneDrive... This may be a problem if you have a lot of files and it tries syncing everything to...
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    Wow, this is crazy, just auction out old HDDs...

    Wow, this is crazy, just auction out old HDDs without any regard to customer data...
  15. Thread: WiFi low range

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    Here are some questions that may help...

    Here are some questions that may help troubleshoot your Wi-Fi issues..

    How far is your client from the router? Does it work if you get closer?
    How many clients?
    Do all clients lose connectivity...
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    Your LAN only has "local" IP addresses that are...

    Your LAN only has "local" IP addresses that are not routable onto the internet, most commonly in the range 192.168.*.*, or 10.*.*.*. They only work behind your NAT router, any traffic going onto...
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    Large companies are issued large pools of IPs,...

    Large companies are issued large pools of IPs, just like your Internet provider. This also goes for hosting providers and data centers where servers are located. If you get dedicated/collocated...
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    Yeah, even if it works once, or like you said, if...

    Yeah, even if it works once, or like you said, if it gives an employee some comfort it's got to be worth it.
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    Yeah, charging stations are more and more common...

    Yeah, charging stations are more and more common these days, it will only increase in the coming years it seems. Government is trying to unify them so people with different brands/models can use them...
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    1. 300k+ miles? Depends on the EV, they will lose...

    1. 300k+ miles? Depends on the EV, they will lose a bit of capacity over time.

    2. 10k+, depending on vehicle/capacity, etc. You can try pricing them if you know what brand/model you're looking at....
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    If you want it wireless, I would look for those...

    If you want it wireless, I would look for those "caregiver sos/panic buttons" on Amazon, they have 2.4GHz Wi-Fi buttons that can activate a simple alarm on the receiver end.
  22. Thread: PCIe 5.0

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    Yeah, couldn't agree more, PCIEx4 is lightning...

    Yeah, couldn't agree more, PCIEx4 is lightning fast.
  23. Thread: PCIe 5.0

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    You can always get PCiE to SATA adapter if you...

    You can always get PCiE to SATA adapter if you need more SATA ports too.
  24. Thread: PCIe 5.0

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    I am still on the fence with Windows 11, I have...

    I am still on the fence with Windows 11, I have it on a couple of laptops I use at times and service, but I prefer Windows 10. I don't like the new right-click context menus hiding "copy/paste" for...
  25. Thread: PCIe 5.0

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    9 years... you're due for an upgrade, you will...

    9 years... you're due for an upgrade, you will see noticeable difference ;)
  26. Thread: Adapter Setting

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    1. No. In general, unlike devices with different...

    1. No. In general, unlike devices with different subsets of those settings will negotiate at connection time a valid subset of features that work.


    2. Most TCP settings have to be compatible with...
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    The easiest way to do this is, in the search...

    The easiest way to do this is, in the search box/icon right next to the Windows start button, search for command prompt, then right-click on the "Command Prompt" app, and choose to "Run as...
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    First, make sure you have enough free space on...

    First, make sure you have enough free space on the drive.
    Also, in Windows Explorer, right-click on the drive > Properties > Disk Cleanup > Cleanup System Files.

    You can try to repair corrupt...
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    Welcome to SG, and sorry about the cumbersome...

    Welcome to SG, and sorry about the cumbersome process. Lack of Javascript is definitely an issue browsing these days, but as you probably have noticed, most of the bandwidth and scripting is consumed...
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    They may have been present in earlier versions of...

    They may have been present in earlier versions of the TCP Optimizer, or may appear under Windows XP.. Some of the settings change depending on OS.
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