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Apr
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comment Why does my system shut down when playing a game?
1e with blank addresses id 99% overclocked RAM showing errors. reset your BIOS to DEFAULTS and try again.
Apr
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comment Wireless acting very slow
It could be bluetooth or microwave oven, not shown in wifi analyser in some channel.... You can try pinging your router, and then providers router from your router. You need to find the part of network that loses randomly...
Apr
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comment Is USB2 too slow to stream videos from a wifi network?
Somebody wrote wrong capitalisation on the internet .... thus you can NOT see BD titles ofer wireless-g
Apr
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comment Is USB2 too slow to stream videos from a wifi network?
USB 2.0 480Mbps 60MB/s Wireless-N 300Mbps 38MB/s Wireless-G 54Mbps 6.75MB/s (symmetric, so 3MB/s) Bluray - 432Mbps 54MB/s HDD - 800Mbps 100MB/s Thus obviously you cannot stream HD movie over wireless withouttranscoding, though you will not have problem with USB2.0 blu-ray drive yet.
Apr
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answered Wireless acting very slow
Apr
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comment How does cable modem power cycling improve the net speed?
Is CM100 acring as bridge or as NAT router?
Apr
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comment Damaged HDD recovery woes
Stop booting windows on damaged drive, each read or write to disk just makes scratch on disk surface bigger...
Apr
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answered Is USB2 too slow to stream videos from a wifi network?
Apr
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comment “error: no such device” at boot in Ubuntu Server 11.10 with Raid1
You need to create /boot partition which you seemingly deleted when installing. That would be the place where Ubuntu installer will save all the relevant magic to have /[root] on RAID or LVM encrypted volume. If you cannot afford repartitioning make a bootable USB stick, if you are to repartition - use LVM because it allows resizing partitions on-the-fly.
Apr
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comment Windows won't start after changing SATA controller mode to RAID in BIOS (Intel X79 GA-X79-UD3)
Add hardware/ device not listed/ all devices / intel / ICH?? RAID mode
Apr
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comment How to extend a wireless network as another SSID?
TP-Link supports 6 APs per device, and OpenWRT, so both routers are OK
Apr
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comment How to - Burn a cd(s) using cdfs?
Backing this one CD-Audio is audio tracks playable by any CD audio player CDFS is windows name for ISO9660 filesystem where you need to guess what ISO9660 extensions (like long filenames, or no filenames with spaces, or 2 levels of directory tree etc) the player does not support. About any CD recording program would create either format. Old players will reject -RW medium, and most players (as opposed to recorders) will require disk to be finalized before playing (~5s of writing lead-out blank.
Apr
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answered “error: no such device” at boot in Ubuntu Server 11.10 with Raid1
Apr
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answered Which resize algorithm to choose for videos?
Apr
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comment Windows won't start after changing SATA controller mode to RAID in BIOS (Intel X79 GA-X79-UD3)
rapid storage includes heap of drivers, you need to install other drivers by device wizard since intel utility installed only one for your system configuration.
Apr
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answered Windows won't start after changing SATA controller mode to RAID in BIOS (Intel X79 GA-X79-UD3)