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comment Car charger for a laptop
Some searching on Amazon shows up this one: amazon.com/Charger-Stealth-MS-16GA-MS-16GC-MS-1756/dp/… however it seems to fall short by 30 W as its output is 19V 120 W. Is that extra 30W important?
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comment Car charger for a laptop
I search the manufacturer’s web site (MSI) but they don't list any car chargers.
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comment Port Forwarding on Router using same internal port number on different IP addresses
So if a router has an external IP (from the ISP) of 77.77.77.77 it can receive requests/traffic on any port. Internally it must be able to route those requests to any IP address and any port. I struggle to believe that route that receives a request on 77.77.77.77:3388 is unable to route that to 192.168.0.11:3399, it's one or two lines of code.
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comment LSA (LsaSrv) “The security package Kerberos generated an exception. The exception information is the data.” caused by NPS
Just a quick note about where the bug is. Even though that hotfix might be causing the crash it might be that it takes the code down a different path and is exposing a bug in a different DLL where a function with a bug hadn't been called before. Undoubtedly removing this fix is the correct action. I just wanted to point out that it might not have a bug and when a different module is patched then this one might start working again in the future without modification.
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