Michael Borgwardt

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Software developer by profession, smalltime hacker and gamer by interest. Look at my website to learn more about me

Nov
22
awarded  Taxonomist
Oct
23
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
25
answered What's the main difference between Intel processor generations?
Jul
22
awarded  Yearling
Jul
13
comment How do I protect my laptop from power surges?
@Boris_yo: correct.
Jun
24
comment Understanding RAM usage on Linux
@steboo: rational behaviour in the face of a resource (memory) being available in large quantities. However, webapps not being able to run in the same container, that's just poor engineering.
Jun
24
revised Understanding RAM usage on Linux
added 15 characters in body
Jun
24
answered Understanding RAM usage on Linux
Feb
10
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Nov
27
answered What is the difference between the “Home and Student” and standard versions of Office 2010 programs?
Nov
27
answered Does it make sense that the lower a router is to the floor, the worse my reception?
Jul
22
awarded  Yearling
Jun
26
comment How to get full permissions on non-install NTFS drive?
That did it! Thanks!
Jun
26
accepted How to get full permissions on non-install NTFS drive?
Jun
26
comment How to get full permissions on non-install NTFS drive?
Good idea, but I'm a bit wary of using the Linux NTFS driver for writing that intensively.
Jun
26
asked How to get full permissions on non-install NTFS drive?
Jun
7
accepted what's POST code 18 / can I run an ASRock P55 Pro + Core i3 530?
Jun
5
comment what's POST code 18 / can I run an ASRock P55 Pro + Core i3 530?
Me neither. That's idiotic, given that it's the whole point of that feature. If there had been a complete list out there, if would have saved me hours of frustration.
Jun
5
answered what's POST code 18 / can I run an ASRock P55 Pro + Core i3 530?
Jun
4
comment what's POST code 18 / can I run an ASRock P55 Pro + Core i3 530?
Thanks! I've found a sticker on the BIOS chip that says "P55 Pro P2.20-15A", and according to the CPU Support List, BIOS version P2.20 should support the CPU. I wish I had another CPU to try, but I don't. I'd actually be willing to buy an i5 instead, but what if that doesn't help either? Damn, why can't one update the BIOS without a CPU?