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Dec
15
answered I want to virtualize my workstation (Tier 1), Looking for Bare Metal Hypervisor for consumer grade components
Dec
15
comment Best way to create a system image restore partition?
What OS are you looking to do this for? If Windows Vista/7, look into their built in software. Using your DVD, you can boot and restore to a particular backup. Are you wanting an incremental backup system? Look into CloneZilla for a one time deal.
Dec
14
comment Truecrypt encrypted system partition run with administrator privileges
have you tried checking the properties of the container and make sure that it's not flagged to read only?
Dec
14
answered VirtualBox: Linux guest on OS X host won't update
Dec
14
comment Power a 12V DC camera up to 3 hours w/out external power (aside from a laptop)
Weight 3.8 lbs (1.7kg)
Dec
14
comment Power a 12V DC camera up to 3 hours w/out external power (aside from a laptop)
for 6 hours of continuous use, i'm sure it would weight 5+ lbs
Dec
14
comment Power a 12V DC camera up to 3 hours w/out external power (aside from a laptop)
Have you looked into any kind of injectors?bhphotovideo.com/c/product/728216-REG/…
Dec
13
comment How to merge monitors using more than one PC?
Are you trying to control multiple computers using one computer? Are you running linux or windows on these machines? Since it's hard to understand what you're trying to do, can you please draw a diagram or explain a bit more clearly?
Dec
12
comment Direct Cable Connection of two notebooks
Can you take snapshots of the TCP/IP Settings of both local adapters? It sounds like they may be configured incorrectly. Set them both to automatic with sharing disabled. Enable the WiFi Sharing and the local adapters should automatically be reconfigured with static/dhcp addresses to communicate with each other. Another possibility is that Red notebooks will only work with Green notebooks. White ones are not compatible. Invest in spray paint.
Dec
12
answered Setting up a server in home
Dec
12
answered pbwmdrmc.dll not copied from Windows XP installation disc
Dec
12
answered Forwarded port 80 to VM using VirtualBox, how do I open access to network?
Dec
12
comment How does the internet really work?
You basically have have several backbones around the world. These backbones connect together and will allow for several smaller nodes to connect. These backbones will relay the traffic between backbones allowing global connectivity.
Dec
12
comment Kids-friendly Windows shell replacement
Also, create a user account for the kids. One where they can just click on the icon to login. Make this account very restricted so that they cannot install applications or anything else. Just do what is intended. You can also put an application in the startup menu of they'll be playing just one game. Also, if you're not going to be around when the kids may or maynot need help, I would install Logmein Free on there so you can remote in from work if needed.
Dec
11
answered External “power brick” style PSUs - are they reliable enough?
Dec
10
comment Can I connect a SATA 3 cable to a SATA 2 connector, and through some hacks, receive SATA 3 performance?
Have you looked into Z68 Motherboards? I'm getting SSD-Like speeds from a Raid 0 500GBx2 7200RPM with SSD Caching (Intel SRT) with a 128GB (64GB Cache).
Dec
10
answered Can I connect a SATA 3 cable to a SATA 2 connector, and through some hacks, receive SATA 3 performance?
Dec
10
comment Ati catalyst second card shown as inactive
What happens if you disable Crossfire? Will you have access to both cards? It could be that with Crossfire enabled, it assumes that you're going to use the same settings of the second card as well.
Dec
10
revised Move Windows Home Server 2003 Backups to another Windows Home Server 2003 and relink computers to those backups
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Dec
10
comment Ati catalyst second card shown as inactive
Did you enable the motherboard so that you can use Crossfire? A lot of boards will require you to put the PCIE slots in a 16-8 16-16 or 16-4 mode. This will disable the other PCIE slots on the board and allow crossfire to be enabled.