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Mar
5
comment Multiple monitors on Intel HD graphics both duplicate and extended displays
Very interesting idea. Yes, I am using a dock, but it appears that all connections go to Intel HD. I haven't tried the thunderbolt port on the laptop itself yet--I'll see if I can get an adapter and try that.
Mar
5
comment Multiple monitors on Intel HD graphics both duplicate and extended displays
I've been trying to get just three to work to start with--two duplicated and one extended, which doesn't work.
Mar
4
asked Multiple monitors on Intel HD graphics both duplicate and extended displays
Oct
3
answered Windows Home Server anti-virus recommendations
Sep
8
comment Install WHS 2011 64 bit on 3TB RAID 1 failing
As a follow-up, I ended up installing the OS on a separate drive and then installing the latest RAID drivers so I could have the full 3TB for my data disk.
Sep
3
accepted Install WHS 2011 64 bit on 3TB RAID 1 failing
Sep
3
comment Install WHS 2011 64 bit on 3TB RAID 1 failing
I tried splitting the disks into 2 1.5 TB RAID partitions, and the install seems to have worked fine. I'm not sure whether that was due to a limitation on the BIOS/SATA controller or on the WHS installer, but in either case, it looks like I'm up and running!
Sep
2
asked Install WHS 2011 64 bit on 3TB RAID 1 failing
Dec
21
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Dec
21
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Dec
21
accepted When erasing freespace, why do utilities write random strings of data?
Dec
21
awarded  Student
Dec
21
comment When erasing freespace, why do utilities write random strings of data?
So they are able to read what was previously written to the drive, even though the bit currently has a different value?
Dec
21
asked When erasing freespace, why do utilities write random strings of data?