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Mar
22
comment How I can transfer files from my Samsung galaxy tab S to my windows 8.1 PC using Wi-Fi direct?
You didn’t undertstood : ANT have nothing related to Wi-Fi : it is an alternative to bluetooth. I mentioned ANT because they benchmarked it in you answer. As there is near no gap between between my devices I am sure to reach maximum speed. My question is about if I can use or if there is better than Wi-Fi direct in my case but how I can use Wi-Fi direct. Concerning Feem it require a rooter so it can’t be Wi-Fi direct.
Mar
22
comment How I can transfer files from my Samsung galaxy tab S to my windows 8.1 PC using Wi-Fi direct?
One note : my windows store is broken... And for those who didn’t wanted to read the Wikipedia article Wi-Fi direct work like bluetooth : there is no SSID network. each device communicate directly (without a rooter) without using the IP protocol.
Mar
22
comment How I can transfer files from my Samsung galaxy tab S to my windows 8.1 PC using Wi-Fi direct?
See ANT. Yes I have an interface with Wi-Fi direct in the name. Your article doesn’t tell about the Wi-Fi norm. I guess they probaly used something like 802.11g. But 802.11ac typically provide 867Mb/s theoretical speed vs 200MB/s for USB 2.0. The tablet doesn’t feature USB 3.0. FEM is only for sharing media, not any arbitrary type of files.
Mar
22
comment How I can transfer files from my Samsung galaxy tab S to my windows 8.1 PC using Wi-Fi direct?
I don’t have bluetooth nor ANT on the computer... Also which is the Wi-Fi version used for the test? The answer is yes I already did perform your check which is well-known and my card is compatible with Wi-Fi direct.
Mar
15
comment Windows XP Repair Install BSOD After changing Virtual HDD Controller
@DarthAndroid : I moved my hard drive from a 32 bits prescott to a sandy bridge computer. It start normally with the old motherboard but I'm getting irql_not_less_or_equal with 0xA status on the new one which mean there is a problem with a driver from the old computer. As I'm having this issue for several mounths I sold the old motherboard, but there are still many thing which I can't on the windows I reinstalled because I lost the proprietary packages installers. On the new motherboard I'm using an IDE converter and the BIOS is configured to emulate IDE.
Mar
11
comment How can Windows dump the complete RAM in the hibernation file so fast?
@HarryJohnston : yes, and you know modern USB hard drives achieves speeds around 40Mo/s which is lot of slower.
Mar
11
comment How can Windows dump the complete RAM in the hibernation file so fast?
@HarryJohnston : Only MS-DOS based windows can be installed on external hard disks with some tricky manual changes. Windows to go is only for removable flash devices.
Mar
11
comment How can Windows dump the complete RAM in the hibernation file so fast?
@Luaan : No, as I said, the worst case is when you add RAM module, boot windows, and withdraw it. Windows enlarge the file to 100% of the ram size, but the size of the file stay the same after you removed the RAM module.
Mar
11
revised Start a systemd service inside chroot
I don't use chroot for security...
Mar
11
comment Start a systemd service inside chroot
LXC isn't part of systemrescuecd. I also told I'm not using chroot for security. If I would really need to do security in that way, I would use openrc or init scripts in both root directories. If my requirements doesn't fullfill yours, you should have have asked your own question and answered it yourself.
Mar
11
comment Start a systemd service inside chroot
Except I already wrote in my question I won't systemd whenever possible. So I will never run it as my host system.
Mar
11
comment Start a systemd service inside chroot
@DanielB : NO! Did you ever heard of systemrescuecd?
Mar
9
comment How can Windows dump the complete RAM in the hibernation file so fast?
So what do you mean withThe third would be that the hibernation file data is also compressed.inside your answer? The general rule I saw on all systems is that hyberfil.sys is equal to 100% of the RAM size. It also apply to 64 and 32 bits. (this is also my case currently on 8.1). Or larger than 100% if RAM module was added and removed later.
Mar
9
comment How can Windows dump the complete RAM in the hibernation file so fast?
@coder : the NT system make sure hyberfil.sys have it's full space allocated and that the whole file isn't fragmented. In that condition there is no head jumps on the hard drive during the operation. So you will got effective speeds like 150Mo/s. You can recheck what I said withfsutil.
Mar
9
comment How can Windows dump the complete RAM in the hibernation file so fast?
@Mokubai : compressing the hyberfil.sys is the way to get hibernation no longer working.
Mar
9
comment How can Windows dump the complete RAM in the hibernation file so fast?
@DanielB :Or, to make it more clear: Your RAM probably isn’t full.Your are probably confusing with linux swapspace which use RAM compression. Windows isn't not able to this and dump the complete RAM each times.
Mar
8
comment USB-Sticks and multiple Partitions
I've got a problem to understand what I need to do... Please give a file example or a diff so I can see the modifications I need to do...
Mar
8
comment USB-Sticks and multiple Partitions
@matt : but the driver doesn't work on 64-bits.
Mar
8
comment Mount a Second Partition of a USB Drive on Windows
This work only with 32-bits windows...
Feb
23
comment Why do loop devices sometimes refuse to go away?
No, because it is likely to turn the kthread responsible for the loop device into an hung task. As long as the pid exist the loop can't get deleted.