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    You may want to try to read them using PowerShell...

    You may want to try to read them using PowerShell cmdlets, as netsh is being phased out and it doesn't show all the current values correctly.

    To get the RSS/RSC/LSO in Powershell try: ...
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    :rockin:

    :rockin:
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    How did you check to see that everything returned...

    How did you check to see that everything returned to the default?

    Some of the settings are not read when the Optimizer starts (they may be network adapter-specific, or the default may be the same...
  4. Thread: Covid-19

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    Sounds like you have it figured out.. It is a bit...

    Sounds like you have it figured out.. It is a bit different field if you're also doing telecom/wiring, but if you are fusing your area of expertise and not afraid of the challenges you will do great...
  5. You'd have to know if there are any other buried...

    You'd have to know if there are any other buried cables/pipes/etc that you may cross with your trencher too.
  6. Self trenching shouldn't be too hard with the...

    Self trenching shouldn't be too hard with the proper machine, if you are reasonably fit and have a handy friend you should be able to do it in a day or so. The trench doesn't have to be particularly...
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    I have the 3M wheel but it didn't work faster...

    I have the 3M wheel but it didn't work faster than the heat gun for me... I paid like $12 ea. for the wheels, not $58. With the heat gun, I was able to peel off the vinyl by hand, then I used the...
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    If they are vinyl strips, you can do it using a...

    If they are vinyl strips, you can do it using a heat gun, a plastic chisel and some patience. You heat up a small area of the tape (3-4"), and it should start peeling off easily by hand. You have to...
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    Sounds like a deal with that low mileage.. ...

    Sounds like a deal with that low mileage..

    Brian, you managed to break a manual transmission on that thing? Wow.
  10. Ouch, looks painful, right hand too. Get well...

    Ouch, looks painful, right hand too. Get well fast!
  11. I'd rather get a pic of those "friends" that he...

    I'd rather get a pic of those "friends" that he visits when his wife is away for a few days, but only if they're in Nevada and not in the AARP club :rotfl:
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    They would still likely work, if you already have...

    They would still likely work, if you already have them you can always try them.
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    Good call. ATT does also offer faster fiber...

    Good call. ATT does also offer faster fiber connections, formerly under the "U-verse" name, now simply called ATT Internet. It may not be available in your area though, if you only got offered 12...
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    12 Mbps is not comparable to 500 Mbps, the ATT...

    12 Mbps is not comparable to 500 Mbps, the ATT rep was just trying to make a sale. 12 Mbps service will be much slower than the 400-500Mbps you are getting now, I wouldn't switch. If you can only get...
  15. Thread: Covid-19

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    Deb, hope you're recovering well from your...

    Deb, hope you're recovering well from your surgery. At least you didn't fall of the wagon, er, bike like Easto ( jk ;) ).
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    Hi Mark :) I've learned (and forgot) a lot by...

    Hi Mark :)

    I've learned (and forgot) a lot by troubleshooting software/OS/hardware issues over the years as well. Linux is interesting because you can customize almost any aspect of the OS. Just...
  17. Thread: Covid-19

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    Sorry to hear that Matt, I guess at least you can...

    Sorry to hear that Matt, I guess at least you can get some unemployment out of it. Not the greatest time for hiring, but remote IT jobs should still be in demand imho.
  18. Ouch, sorry to hear about the bike accident. It...

    Ouch, sorry to hear about the bike accident. It should slowly be getting better with time. Small steps, maybe take a drive to somewhere with the wife.
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    Not a great idea, as there are many different...

    Not a great idea, as there are many different specs with RAM in addition to the max speed, like voltage (1.2v to 1.5v), and CAS Latency (14 to 19ms typically). They can run together, but, if you...
  20. Thread: teksavvy good

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    NAT routers are set like that by default. The...

    NAT routers are set like that by default. The router gets an external/routable IP address on the Internet/WAN port, and then it serves multiple local/private/non-routable IP addresses to clients on...
  21. Thread: Hello there,

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    Not sure, more like sour fish curry I suppose

    Not sure, more like sour fish curry I suppose
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    I think Synology uses ext4 filesystem, which is...

    I think Synology uses ext4 filesystem, which is perfectly fine for large files. Most NAS devices use some type of Linux/BSD-based OS that uses ext3 or ext4 filesystem, many wouldn't even give you a...
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    I usually let Windows 10 do its updates. There...

    I usually let Windows 10 do its updates. There were many more issues with bad Windows 7 updates, some very recently after support for it ended.

    You can delay Windows 10 updates from the Settings...
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    Welcome to SG. Excuse my skepticism (profiling,...

    Welcome to SG.
    Excuse my skepticism (profiling, heh), but we get a lot of spam registrations and your IP is from Sri Lanka.. :/
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    USB 3 is the simplest method that allows for a...

    USB 3 is the simplest method that allows for a fast connection, just make sure you use an USB3 port on the PC. Alternatively, you'd need to have a Gigabit Ethernet set, with both your PC having a...
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    Welcome to SG erpguy, this seems interesting....

    Welcome to SG erpguy, this seems interesting. Have you tested with both LSO off and on? What is the transfer speed difference you get? What model adapter? A few years back many drivers had issues...
  27. Generally, audio streaming uses about 100 kbps...

    Generally, audio streaming uses about 100 kbps (0.1 Mbps), while high-definition video conferencing uses about 2 Mbps. There are some more detailed numbers here:...
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    Heh, how was it, will you do it again? Seems one...

    Heh, how was it, will you do it again? Seems one is oriented vertical and the other horizontal.
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    OnePlus 6T, it has dual cameras on the back: 16...

    OnePlus 6T, it has dual cameras on the back: 16 MP f/1.7, 25mm (wide) 1/2.6-inch sensor and a 20 MP (16 MP effective) f/1.7, 25mm (wide) 1/2.8-inch sensor

    I also have a Sony Alpha mirrorless with...
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    You can always try and test, not sure exactly for...

    You can always try and test, not sure exactly for your situation. After it is changed, you can do a ping -f test to see if packets get fragmented or not.
    If it does change the MTU, it will have...
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