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bio website charlesrcook.com
location United States
age 28
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seen Nov 12 at 19:08
I am a Web Programmer working with c# and student studying Mechanical and Aerospace Eng. Creator of Unifico http://www.codeplex.com/unifico

Jul
16
awarded  Tumbleweed
Jul
9
asked fuse + encfs, can mount but cannot unmount with fusermount
Jun
18
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
18
answered Scan a SQL Server for Stored Procedures with Dynamic SQL evaluations
Sep
17
asked Scan a SQL Server for Stored Procedures with Dynamic SQL evaluations
Apr
11
comment Disabling “faulty” graphics card in device manager
Good advise, for sure (and learned the hard way). Another tip... always have dry breaks in the water lines, or at least a draining point! The machine is a nightmare to break down otherwise.
Apr
9
comment Mounting a VirtualBox shared folder on boot with fstab in OpenSuse 11.3
This issue is no longer happening for me with newer OpenSuse builds.
Apr
9
accepted Mounting a VirtualBox shared folder on boot with fstab in OpenSuse 11.3
Apr
9
comment Disabling “faulty” graphics card in device manager
Turns out it was a bad mobo and psu... The reboots started when I added the third video card, but was not due to the graphics card itself. I think the moving of components during install may have caused damage in the other components since it is a very tight fit in the case.
Apr
9
awarded  Scholar
Apr
9
accepted Disabling “faulty” graphics card in device manager
Apr
9
accepted Shadow copy referencing invalid volume from symboliclink when using TrueCrypt
Apr
4
comment Disabling “faulty” graphics card in device manager
In the end it was the motherboard that shorted out.
Apr
4
awarded  Editor
Apr
4
revised Shadow copy referencing invalid volume from symboliclink when using TrueCrypt
Updating to add in reference to truecrypt
Apr
4
answered Shadow copy referencing invalid volume from symboliclink when using TrueCrypt
Apr
4
asked Shadow copy referencing invalid volume from symboliclink when using TrueCrypt
Apr
1
comment Disabling “faulty” graphics card in device manager
It looks like the problem was related to the motherboard of all things. At least the motherboard is certainly bad now... I noticed tapping directly on the PSU caused a reboot and ordered a new PSU (1500W). Replaced the PSU to find the computer failed to boot - it would power down < 1 second. This was true with both the new and old PSU after i put it back in thinking it might be the new PSU. Tech support on the mobo said it sounds like the mobo is faulting. I've ordered a new one and await its arrival...
Mar
18
comment Disabling “faulty” graphics card in device manager
A good tip, ty! I have another machine to setup as a backup first. So I should know soon.
Mar
9
awarded  Commentator