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Currently a student majoring in Computer Science.


Oct
22
answered Does DNS locate on local network?
Aug
19
comment Set mouse sensitivity beyond maximum
The problem with increasing your pointer speed is that at some point you will start skipping pixels which makes precisely clicking on things extremely annoying. In fact, I'd venture a guess that right now you're cursor actually skips pixels with it set to max. Pushing to double or triple the maximum Windows mouse speed will cause the cursor to skip over checkboxes, buttons, ect completely, making the computer rather un-usable. A higher DPI mouse is really the only option to maintain accuracy with a fast cursor speed.
Jul
31
awarded  Yearling
Jul
31
comment RTL8169s-32 showing as loaded but not in ifconfig
Did the driver you downloaded have a Makefile? If so, cd into the directory where the Makefile is located and try make followed by make install. (Make sure you have your distributions equivalent to the build-essential package installed so you have make and the necessary compiler(s))
Jul
12
reviewed No Action Needed Sudden problems with WiFi on only two PCs although I didn't change anything
Jul
2
answered Mounting motherboard but power led not ligting up
Jun
29
revised How to find the IP of a Access Point
Fixed confusing wording & grammer
Jun
29
answered How to find the IP of a Access Point
Jun
29
reviewed No Action Needed How do I add 30min to 10-Sep-2012 07:28AM
Jun
25
comment Can I have a semi-incognito mode for chrome?
Quick Google led me to this Chrome extension: "Edit This Cookie"; maybe it is what you're looking for? I didn't dig too deeply. There is a "protect" feature to force a specific cookie read-only, and you can enable/disable the extension in Chrome to toggle it more than likely.
Jun
25
answered How to use intergrated graphics instead of dedicated
Jun
22
comment OCZ vertex SSD not displaying during windows 7 installation
What motherboard? If its Intel-based, are you sure you are plugging the SSD into the SATA ports provided by the Intel Chipset? Likewise, if its AMD-based, are you sure you are plugging the SSD into the SATA ports provided by the AMD Chipset? Your motherboard manual should outline this for you.
Jun
22
reviewed Reviewed Windows 7 kills VMWare performance by disk caching?
Jun
22
revised Only Root Can Mount on Raspberry Pi
Fixed spelling, improved clarity.
Jun
22
comment Only Root Can Mount on Raspberry Pi
Sorry. I meant /media/ instead of /mnt/. Check my edit above. If you noticed this already, as pi, can you cd /media/USB96 and create a file with touch test.file? If not, what error does it throw?
Jun
22
revised Only Root Can Mount on Raspberry Pi
Fixed incorrect path
Jun
22
suggested suggested edit on Only Root Can Mount on Raspberry Pi
Jun
22
revised Only Root Can Mount on Raspberry Pi
added 115 characters in body
Jun
22
answered Only Root Can Mount on Raspberry Pi
Jun
22
reviewed No Action Needed Only Root Can Mount on Raspberry Pi