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Systems and Network engineer with experience in Windows, Debian/Ubuntu/Red Hat GNU/Linux, Cisco networking, enterprise-class storage systems.


Apr
23
comment AMD K8 vs. AMD64
No, not necessarily. That said, most do add at least some extensions to the previous processor's instruction set. For example, the Sandy Bridge microarchitecture contains AVX and VEX extensions to the x86 set for improved floating point and programmable opcodes, respectively. I can't really think of any ones that don't at least have some small extensions.
Apr
22
answered A tool for collecting system information?
Apr
22
comment Someone hacked my pc, please help. (debug.log.sent)
@Miles Correct, however it would be a purely academic pursuit. It won't do much about #2 (tracing) if his goal is #3 (pressing charges).
Apr
22
answered Someone hacked my pc, please help. (debug.log.sent)
Apr
21
answered Can VMWare be configured to use a proxy?
Apr
21
revised AMD K8 vs. AMD64
edited body; added 2 characters in body
Apr
21
answered AMD K8 vs. AMD64
Apr
20
awarded  Quorum
Apr
20
comment convert lines to fixed column length
Might want to do fold -s -w 80 filename, so that it breaks at spaces instead of the middle of the word.
Apr
20
answered in-car server, avoid disk error when power interruption?
Apr
20
comment CPU usage jumps to 100% -> WHEN <- machine is idle (not the idle process)
You set DMA/PIO mode under the properties of your hard drive controllers in Device Manager, not the hard drives themselves.
Apr
20
answered IIS on Windows 7 Ultimate: Remote Connections?
Apr
20
comment How much space do I need to reserve for %TMP% and %TEMP%?
Your question was in bold. "Is a ramdrive suitable for this?" -- Especially considering the context, the answer is "no."
Apr
20
answered How much space do I need to reserve for %TMP% and %TEMP%?
Apr
20
comment CPU usage jumps to 100% -> WHEN <- machine is idle (not the idle process)
There's no way that I know of within Windows to determine the source of a hardware interrupt. It goes directly from the device to the CPU by design. You may want to try marking down the model numbers of each of your internal devices and see if there are any known issues for them with regards to excessive interrupts. Sometimes it's as simple as a HD being set to PIO mode instead of DMA.
Apr
20
answered CPU usage jumps to 100% -> WHEN <- machine is idle (not the idle process)
Apr
17
answered Selectively use Internet Explorer 7 alongside machine with IE9 installed
Apr
12
awarded  Enthusiast
Apr
10
comment Does ClipX work on Windows 7 / 2008 R2 x64 SP1?
I don't know exactly what the change was. I'm not a developer, but all of the custom .NET applications that our developers created had to be rewritten for Win7 because the clipboard integration just stopped working. Perhaps it was a certain library that they were using.
Apr
6
comment DropBox like software that lets me host my own files
I know not of anything like this, but I would be extremely interested if someone else has heard of relatively simple software that could do this.