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comment Diagnosing random crashes to black screen(Computer Still on)
Oh you're using a laptop? Well in your case there's almost nothing you can do other than send it in for repairs heh.
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comment Diagnosing random crashes to black screen(Computer Still on)
My suspicion is the power supply, but i have very flimsy logic to hold that up. If i was forced to make a blind decision i'd blame it on ASUS' notorious motherboard
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comment Diagnosing random crashes to black screen(Computer Still on)
I made it some time around 2011 mid year.
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answered Computer Randomly Crashes to Black Screen, sometimes fails to post
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comment x86 folder in an x86 folder in an x86 folder, whats going on?
have you recently reinstalled/upgraded windows?
Nov
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comment merge all tar files on mac
you aint going to accept it lol?
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answered merge all tar files on mac
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comment merge all tar files on mac
it should still hold true for tar files, give it a swirl. Do you want me to post an answer?
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comment merge all tar files on mac
try tar --file=Merged.tar --create file1.txt file2.txt and tell me if that is what you're looking for. If it is, post back and i will explain what i just showed you. This is basically how you make a "tar ball"
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comment Does Firmware RAID negatively affect non-RAID devices?
im sorry but i don't agree with this post at all. Intel Rapid Storage Technology doesn't set up RAID and has nothing to do with the controller, it merely allows for advanced tools when passing RAID commands to the drives such as dynamic de-fragging and power management.
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comment Does Firmware RAID negatively affect non-RAID devices?
i'm sorry i don't. All i have are benchmarks that show that there is no difference. Theoretically as well, it shouldn't impact it at all. The reason for that is because there is a separate BIOS for the RAID chip. If there was no separate BIOS then yes, setting the ports to RAID mode should have an impact since its controlled from one chip. But since all they do is inform the RAID chip that these ports are eligible for a RAID array, no actual RAID commands are passed through them until they are actually set up through the RAID controller's BIOS. Make sense?
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comment Dropbox modification of file in 2 different places at once
this question blew my mind
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answered Does Firmware RAID negatively affect non-RAID devices?
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comment sudo without password when logged in with SSH private keys
try sudo visudo and change your password to NOPASSWD: ALL see if that works