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Sql Server 2014 Setup Stuck on Feature Selection

I think this problem is due to windows 10 bug due to which we can't click anywhere and this forum should be suitable for it. I am installing SQL server 2014 on my other PC which has little ...
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SATA power connector Pin 6 3V3 on Intel server board

I have an Intel SR2625URBRPR server with a passive midplane and backplane for SAS/SATA drives. Here is the pinout for the SATA data/power connections (note the PX power connections) on the backplane: ...
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Motherboard HDMI Version

My motherboard is the msi z68a-gd65 g3. It has an HDMI port. I have carefully read the user manual, but I cannot find which HDMI version is supported. Is there another way to find out ? The ...
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How to identify exact specifications of a HP laptop knowing its serial number?

I'm about to buy a used HP laptop. The model is known (HP EliteBook Folio 1040 G3), but this model can be shipped with different CPU, RAM, SSD, screen, etc. I'd like to know what specific hardware is ...
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Windows 10 - Searching for a specific part of a filename within a set interval of characters

Good Day/Evening, Maybe someone could help, and just maybe this could help someone else. If one observes the example below: 01022015- BLABLABLA 04022018 - BLABLABLAB 02012016 - Blablabla What I ...
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max audio-video bit rate of “AVCHD 2.0 DVD”

http://www.avchd-info.org/format For AVCHD 1.0, maximum audio-video bit rate is 24 mbps. But for DVD it is 18 mbps. For AVCHD 2.0, maximum audio-video bit rate is 28 mbps. But for DVD it is NOT ...
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What does 9.2R mean in the context of RAM memories?

I see engraved in memory slots values such as 1.5V and 9.2R. I understand that 1.5V refers to voltage, but what does 9.2R refer to?
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What does monitor brightness spec refer to?

I read some monitor specifications, and a brightness value of e.g. 250 cd/m² is often mentioned there. But the monitor can have different brightness settings, and RGB channels can be adjusted to ...
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Complete list of processors that support SSE2? [closed]

I basically only find this online: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SSE2#CPU_support But it seems quite incomplete (i.e. where's Intel Core)? Is there a list of processors that support SSE2? Or how ...
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Is there any app that show to me CPU informations? [closed]

I would like to understand from some PCs I have which kind of CPU details it got, such as how many register (XMM? 16?), which and how cache, speed, and so on. Is there such an application? Or for ...
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How to get a list of all hardware specs on a Windows 10 PC that is reset?

Is there a way to quickly check all of the hardware specs on a PC that has been reset? I am planning to buy a laptop on Craigslist and want to be sure that I'm not getting ripped off or misled. The ...
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Any way to install Raw.GZ image file to a specified hard drive location from a Bootable USB environment

I have a Bootable USB that I created which is running basic redhat 7.5. the job of this USB is to be used as a boot device that will boot a basic version of Linux so that I can try and install an OS ...
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Are there relation between CPU's Ghz and RAM's Mhz? [duplicate]

Could I predict what frequency of RAM should be knowing frequency of CPU ?
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When consumer motherboards state they “support ECC”, do they mean “as fully as server boards”, or only somewhat?

A number of modern consumer boards state they "support ECC" when used with RDIMMs + Xeon, for example, this ASROCK X99 board. But the documentation never seems to say (for any brand, not just this ...
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What's the (exact) naming scheme for Dell monitors?

Dell monitors have names such as "U2312f" or "E2318H". The model number is made up of (at least) four elements: Category (1 character): E (Economy) / T (Touch) / P (Professional) / S (Studio) / U (...
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How do you judge graphics cards as “greater” when evaluating system requirements?

The Oculus Video app for the Oculus Rift VR headset has the following recommended system requirements for your PC: Recommended Processor Intel i5-4590 equivalent or greater Recommended ...
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Can I find the basic specs of a system if the system won't boot?

I've got an old laptop that won't boot up and I'm trying to sell it on ebay. Someone is asking for the specs though (just cpu, hdd, ram) and I'm wondering if it's possible to get that info without ...
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How do I exclude/ignore specific file types/extensions with rmlint?

I am trying to dedupe a labyrinthine directory, but I keep getting results for the contents of the items I want to match rather than the enclosing items, themselves, i.e. my results are full of things ...
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What is the FFmpeg parameters for encode video which looks like the specifications?

Is there anyway to encode video by these specifications? (Main & level 3.1 & ReFrames: 3 frames & Chroma subsampling: 4:2:0 , ... ) FFmpeg: Stream #0:0: Video: h264 (Main), yuv420p(...
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Laser printer may not work over 10,000 foot altitude?

In the specifications of my HP Laserjet M553 it says that it is limited to altitudes under 3000 meters (10,000 feet). Why would a laser printer not work at altitudes over 10,000 feet?
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How can I get screen width and height dimensions from diagonal?

All gadget specs sites specify screen dimension as diagonal unit, no width and height in inches: Display 4.95 in (126 mm) 1920×1080 px (445 ppi) For example, GMD (Google Material Design) site ...
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Intel SSD terminology

What is the difference in an Intel SSD spec, between "end to end data protection" and "enhanced power loss protection"? (And what exactly do these terms mean in their specs?)
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What should be the minimum value necessory to transfer a ComPacket in TCG Opal IF-SEND/RECV

TCG Opal test document (Page No. 5) says that transfer length field in IF-SEND/RECV Command should be "the minimum value necessary to transfer a ComPacket". I want to know what is the minimum value ...
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2 in 1 laptops with quad core processors

I'm searching through laptops for a laptop with a hinge screen (something like Lenovo yoga or Asus flip). I can't find any with a quad-core processor! They all come with a U processor. Is there a ...
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What is the reading speed of the non-volatile memory where the BIOS is stored?

So the question is quite self-explanatory i think. Is there a way to find out the specifications of the non-volatile memory chips built in the common home/office PC motherboard models on the market ...
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Determine part/ model numbers & specs of Motherboard, Memory & CPU for network of PCs

Is there some easy way to pull this information from a network of PCs? To this individually on a machine here are the ways: How can I find out what motherboard is in my computer? http://www....
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What is the difference between DESKTOP_SESSION, XDG_SESSION_DESKTOP, and XDG_CURRENT_DESKTOP?

I want to detect which desktop manager I am running, and I found out that there are three environment variables, DESKTOP_SESSION , XDG_SESSION_DESKTOP , and XDG_CURRENT_DESKTOP which could help me do ...
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My laptop has 2 graphics card (AMD)

I have recently discovered that my Toshiba SATELLITE L50D-B, has 2 graphics card built in: AMD Radeon R5 M230 Series(1024MB) and AMD Radeon(TM) R5 Graphics(4GB). I am wondering why I have 2 of them ...
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How to identify manipulated specs on laptop [closed]

I bought a new laptop and I installed the drivers for NVIDIA GT920M and Intel HD6000. I can find both the graphics under Display Adapters in the Device Manager on Windows 7. I have my doubts and ...
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Is Plasma 5 supposed to be lighter than KDE4?

I think this could lead to subjective opinions, but I'm looking for a general idea on this question. Is Plasma 5 intended to be lighter than KDE4? Is Qt5 necessarily leading to faster and/or lighter ...
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HP Probook 6550b Specifications query

I have a HP Probook 6550b but something is confusing me about its specifications. On the internet you can see an AMD graphics option but I haven't seen such option in mine, there is only an Intel HD ...
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Is possible for a manufacturer to fake the RAM limit in the DMI table?

I was thinking about upgrading my laptop's RAM. It currently has a 4096 MB module and a 2048 MB module, which I thought I could replace by an 8 GB module: [root@...] # dmidecode -t 17 # dmidecode 2....
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Running Unity3D on a low specification computer

I am currently developing an application using Unity3D on my desktop computer for a contract. However, I will be without my desktop computer for an unknown period of time shortly as I am going to be ...
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Why is tracert showing a private IP address right after my router, even though it has a public IP?

Here is a log of tracert superuser.com from my computer: Tracing route to superuser.com [198.252.206.16] over a maximum of 30 hops: 1 2 ms 2 ms 2 ms 192.168.1.1 2 11 ms 17 ms ...
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Spare laptop power adapter input amps differ from OEM. Does it matter?

I purchased a spare power adapter for my ASUS Q500A laptop. When I received it, I checked the specs and found that they differ than the OEM adapter. The OEM input is 100-240V 50-60Hz 2.0A. The ...
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Is the display of the Asus Zenbook UX301 covered with Gorilla Glass?

I hope it's ok to ask this question here, I could not find a better site in the StackExchange universe. I cannot find information about whether the display of the Asus Zenbook UX301 is covered with ...
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Why can I ping 127.1?

I know IPv6 allows consecutive zeros to be omitted. But how about IPv4? I haven't found any reference to this on the Internet, including Wikipedia and RFC 791 – Internet Protocol. This document ...
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How much ram can this new computer hold? [closed]

There's a barebone laptop that I found on the internet, but I never build a barebone computer before, and the website says that it can hold a max of 32 GB of ram, but when you scroll down to the specs ...
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Can't use more than 3GB of RAM [duplicate]

I'm having a problem with my system. I recently just built a computer with the following specs: Intel Core i7 2.66 ghz 8mb Cache Gigabite GA-EX58-UD3R X58 6GB RAM NVIDIA GeForce GTX-285 1GB I'm ...
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Is there a way to programmatically/universally determine the maximum RAM speed a computer supports?

Say I have a computer, standard 32 or 64-bit architecture. I can put any OS on it (*nix, Windows, etc). Is there some way for the computer to interrogate the hardware as to what the maximum RAM speed ...
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why USB3 motherbard headers have so many unused pins? [closed]

While researching how to use my new motherboard with a 20pin USB3 header with my USB2 cables (so i wouldn't have to wait for yet another delivery), the farther i could go was this image if i ...
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Will Dolphin emulator run (smoothly) on this machine? [closed]

Product Specs: Intel NM10 Express chipset with an Intel Atom D525 (dual-core, 1.8 GHz) I think the most I can put in there for RAM is 4 GB. (They don't make 8 GB SoDIMM do they?) The Dolphin site ...
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What's the difference between these Asus socket 1155 motherboards? [closed]

I've looked on Asus's website, but they don't make it easy to understand what the differences are, and there's so many models to choose from! It's all spiel, and endless specs. How is anybody supposed ...
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What monitor specifications should be taken into consideration to avoid eye problems? [closed]

I spent 8 to 10 hours a day programming on my 13.3" laptop and developed symptoms like red eyes, blurred vision, dry eyes, pain and irritation. To understand the cause of problem I visited a eye ...
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How can I create a single RAID volume with a single HDD?

I have an i7 3770k, Asus P8Z77-Pro and two drives. An SSD 120Gb and a regular HDD 500Gb. I'm interesting in using the SSD with the Intel's Smart Response technology. As stated in the requirements: ...
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what could I do with a power mac g5 2005? [closed]

I've been offered a apple power mac g5 2005. I was just wondering if I could upgrade the machine to a decent standard. I..e upgrade the operating system, maybe up the processing power. The ...
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Difference between two kingston RAM chips

I'm trying to figure out the difference between two ram chips. The KHX1600C9D3X2K2 and the KHX1600C9D3K2. Official Specs: KHX1600C9D3X2K2 and KHX1600C9D3K2 There seems to be no difference at all ...
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How determine keyboard variation when manufacturer changes it [closed]

When I decided to purchase Toshiba Z830, I specially noticed at photos that the keyboard was good for me (wide Enter, Left Shift, Backspace), you can query it at images.google.com, on most photos they'...
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Is my laptop good enough to support my development needs? [closed]

I have an ASUS Pentium-R Dual Core CPU running at 2.20Ghz. It has 4 gb of built in ram, currently running a 64 bit Windows 7 . I just started graduate school and Im wondering whether I should go in ...
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RAM Specifications for Power Mac G4

I recently got a pair of old Power Mac G4’s, but they did not come with RAM. I am trying to find out their memory specifications so that I can add some, but unfortunately I cannot find them. Having ...