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Sep
24
answered Simple way to monitor and analyze home network traffic, via proxy?
Sep
24
comment Has my Google Chrome gone scareware?
@WemerCD: The pirate bay was never really a safe place to be in general.
Jul
20
answered Difference between CSV in Excel and CSV in OpenOffice.org
Jul
8
answered Playing music from a network drive
Jul
2
accepted Windows Photo Viewer needs more ram?
Jun
18
comment What are the reasons for putting a VPN into a network?
Updated my answer for you Craig.
Jun
18
revised What are the reasons for putting a VPN into a network?
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Jun
17
answered What are the reasons for putting a VPN into a network?
Jun
14
comment Upgrade Windows XP SP2 to SP3
I'm just shocked to see people still clinging to XP like it's their mother.
Jun
3
comment Block all but http traffic on a network interface
Would this fit in better on Server Fault?
Jun
3
answered Does Windows 7 Home Premium support Dual Core Processors?
Jun
2
answered Windows Photo Viewer needs more ram?
Jun
2
awarded  Autobiographer
Jun
2
revised Windows Photo Viewer needs more ram?
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Jun
2
comment Windows Photo Viewer needs more ram?
It persists through reboots, it happens on ANY picture. Including the two I posted above.
Jun
2
asked Windows Photo Viewer needs more ram?
May
27
accepted What is Apache Synapse?
May
27
comment What is Apache Synapse?
All site-errors are presented with a nice little "Site Error" page. If they're just scraping us, I don't care, it's that currently any time a user generates an exception that's unhanded it's logged to e-mail. I get 100+ a day from this guy alone. Of course the simple solution is to handle more errors, but this engine it seemed pretty fishy when i looked into it so i was concerned.
May
27
asked What is Apache Synapse?
May
7
comment Can I use Eyefinity with two Radeon HD 4650 cards?
I think if you DONT use crossfire and have an adequite power supply, you should be able to use 6 monitors w/ eyefinity. Each card should be able to support 3 displays.