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Oct
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comment CUPS report “Unable to write print data: Broken pipe”
Means exactly what you've already found out, the printer disallows direct connections at port 9100 and that the connection was closed by the printer.
Oct
26
comment CUPS report “Unable to write print data: Broken pipe”
I see you've already answered this, but did you try telnet [ip] 9100 and try performing something like the display change command to see if it would still allow connections that way?
Aug
23
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
18
asked How do I get icons into the bottom row of Desktop on Windows 10?
Jul
31
answered Live VM snapshot without pausing the VM
Dec
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Jan
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awarded  Yearling
Dec
17
revised Computer Power Supply — Migrated from Electronics.stackexchange.com by user
trying to make it not opinion based.
Dec
17
comment Computer Power Supply — Migrated from Electronics.stackexchange.com by user
Also the PSU is 7 years old. Thats why I was asking
Dec
17
comment Computer Power Supply — Migrated from Electronics.stackexchange.com by user
@Darius RAM has been upgraded because of faults, the Video Card kept dropping off the bus after that as well.
Dec
17
awarded  Excavator
Dec
17
revised Cat6 and power lines, how long is too long?
readability and explaination. Honestly no clue if he's right but it was difficult to read.
Dec
17
comment Computer Power Supply — Migrated from Electronics.stackexchange.com by user
@ekaj Sorry about that. Thanks.
Dec
17
comment Computer Power Supply — Migrated from Electronics.stackexchange.com by user
@ekaj Does superuser have an avenue to migrate? I didnt think it did.
Dec
17
asked Computer Power Supply — Migrated from Electronics.stackexchange.com by user
Dec
17
suggested approved edit on Cat6 and power lines, how long is too long?
Oct
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awarded  Organizer
Oct
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comment How to create vdi from existing (off line) partition?
@harrymc Just re-read your comment and the first time I thought you meant running the system in a VM with "Last Known Good Configuration" not inside it's old hardware.
Oct
1
comment How to create vdi from existing (off line) partition?
@harrymc I'm speaking from experience when I say that just because it might capture the Motherboard you shouldn't count on it. I was stuck searching for a valid XP key for a few hours as it had detected that I jumped to a VM and it wasn't sitting in it's same box.
Sep
29
comment How to create vdi from existing (off line) partition?
@Radek Windows activation requires a phone call, you can't get around re-activating windows, microsoft still supports activating it though and provides you with step by step robots to help. You will definitely need to activate because it will notice a radical change in hardware and there is no stopping this that I know of.