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Jul
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awarded  Curious
Feb
15
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
5
accepted Different wifi networks returning different websites for same URL
Oct
2
asked Different wifi networks returning different websites for same URL
Feb
18
comment RAID0 Thunderbolt Drive failure risk
The two drives aren't separate- the external I mentioned (the WD Velociraptor Duo) is an external with two bays connected to a computer via Thunderbolt.
Feb
18
asked RAID0 Thunderbolt Drive failure risk
Jan
6
comment Remove Application from Mountain Lion's Twitter Apps
It's more for following through Mountain Lion and such. Clear, the to-do list is one example (it asks for permission when you follow the creators).
Jan
4
asked Remove Application from Mountain Lion's Twitter Apps
Dec
25
accepted Does static damage computer speakers?
Dec
20
comment Does static damage computer speakers?
Yeah, it just happened for a second and it was at a normal listening volume. I'll keep the plugs away from each other in the future, but in this case damage would be from a volume issue right? So everything should be fine?
Dec
20
asked Does static damage computer speakers?
Feb
27
awarded  Commentator
Feb
27
comment Prevent Overloading of Router on Large File Transfer
Should I attempt to simulate the same load that was there before?
Feb
27
comment Prevent Overloading of Router on Large File Transfer
It was 1.0.02. Since my factory reset I've gone to the latest (1.0.03)
Feb
27
comment Prevent Overloading of Router on Large File Transfer
The router locked up as soon as I started streaming music. I couldn't access the gateway or anything, even after a power cycle. Nothing could access the router, none of my devices were 'connected' to the network. It was as if there was no network at all. On powering up, the lights were on, but again I couldn't access the gateway nor were any of my devices able to see that they were connected to anything. The only way I got back in was to do a hard factory reset.
Feb
27
comment Prevent Overloading of Router on Large File Transfer
I was transferring about 40GB of files at once at about 40 megabytes per second. That's about 320Mbps right? I started streaming some music and basically it locked up my whole network. Had to hard reset and such to get everything back up again. Basically, I want a way to throttle the connection speed for my server unless someone has a better idea of what to do.
Feb
27
asked Prevent Overloading of Router on Large File Transfer
Feb
27
comment Overloaded Router, Can't Connect To Internet?
Yeah, I tried it. It would power on but I couldn't even get into the gateway. :(
Feb
27
accepted Overloaded Router, Can't Connect To Internet?
Feb
24
awarded  Self-Learner