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Aug
1
comment Synchronize large OSX “package files” across Internet
Thanks I just did that and tried ChronoSync. It helped but still is a huge amount of data to sync. Bummer.
Jul
31
comment Synchronize large OSX “package files” across Internet
Thanks and I realize it can look inside the package. The problem is that there is a single 60 gig file inside the package. Still will take forever to sync.
Jul
31
asked Synchronize large OSX “package files” across Internet
Jul
14
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Jun
9
answered Why is Windows Authentication not working Locally but working Remotely?
Feb
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Jun
29
awarded  Famous Question
Mar
13
comment Why is Crashplan so slow to upload my computer's files?
Crashplan is also doing de-duplication/compression on your data, so you might not max out your outgoing bandwidth. But still, I am experiencing the same slowness-- on similiar backup loads (jpgs, ~75 gigs), my Windows Crashplan backed up much faster (pretty much overnight) while OSX Crashplan says it'll take a week.
Jan
9
answered How many virtual processors or cores should I assign to my Guest OS?
Jun
15
comment Does using Smart Response Technology (Z68 chipset) require a UPS to prevent data loss?
In theory, if your system "froze", in Maximized mode, Intel's drivers should still be able to recover the data, since it's on the SSD still. However, if your SSD were to say, instantly fail, you'd lose all the pending write-thru data, forever. Does that make sense? That's why I still run maximized mode, and use Crashplan/etc. for realtime backups of my important files.
Jun
15
comment Does using Smart Response Technology (Z68 chipset) require a UPS to prevent data loss?
This was done with Maximized mode?
Jun
13
answered How can I use SRT to cache a non boot hard drive?
Jun
12
comment Making SSD & HDD work together like a hybrid
"can only cache a Windows boot drive" -- this is not true. You can accelerate any of your non-SSD disks and even RAID1/0 Intel arrays.
May
14
comment Setting up a junk PC for classic PC gaming
Have you tried swapping out the drive cable? The drive itself?
Apr
4
comment Backing up Windows 8 Client Hyper-V Machine(s)?
Also, there is no such thing as "Windows Backup" in Windows 8. Are you thinking of "File History" ?
Apr
4
comment Backing up Windows 8 Client Hyper-V Machine(s)?
I just don't understand the downvotes. This whole community has gone downhill :-/
Apr
3
comment Backing up Windows 8 Client Hyper-V Machine(s)?
@Ramhound - have you personally gotten it to work with Win8? I haven't. Debugging the code shows Windows is missing the expected VSS writer.
Apr
2
comment Backing up Windows 8 Client Hyper-V Machine(s)?
The "Hyper-V VSS Writer" doesn't seem to be installed on Windows 8, so I'm not sure this will work. Windows 8 does have "Windows 7 File Recovery" (which lets you do a system image)-- but I'm not sure if that'll work with Hyper-V. Guess it's worth a shot.
Apr
1
comment Backing up Windows 8 Client Hyper-V Machine(s)?
To whoever downvoted this question-- mind sharing why?
Apr
1
asked Backing up Windows 8 Client Hyper-V Machine(s)?