Search:

Type: Posts; User: Chang; Keyword(s):

Page 1 of 10 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.14 seconds.

  1. Thread: Asus A8n-vm Csm

    by Chang
    Replies
    137
    Views
    59,433

    Re: Asus A8n-vm Csm

    The statement if you're curious. Who know if it's real or marketing spin.
  2. Thread: DOS Printer

    by Chang
    Replies
    15
    Views
    1,408

    Re: DOS Printer

    Figure out how to run it from a emulator like DOSBox. That way you'll never have to leave Windows.
  3. Re: Radeon 9600XT Crash Issues (Dire straight help here)

    Install ATITool and run the stress test. Also assuming you're running the 5.3 Cats, try turning off things in the SmartGART, in particular fastwrites.
  4. Replies
    7
    Views
    1,048

    Re: Highest powered Panaflos?

    Actually Panasonic makes U1As for all their lines, including the 92mm. The 92mm U1A pushes 68.8 CFM.
  5. Thread: Lcd Tv-monitor??

    by Chang
    Replies
    4
    Views
    1,154

    Re: Lcd Tv-monitor??

    Dell 2405FPW + HDTV Tuner card. LCD Monitor >> LCD TV.

    Has VGA, DVI, composite, s-video, and component inputs. PIP and PBP too. It can display 1080i natively and is absolutely gorgeous.
    ...
  6. Replies
    11
    Views
    1,110

    Re: Weird power issue

    Nah, it's their newer drives. The large PATA drives (last columns on the right) have the same power requirement.

    But the original problem could have easily been a bad connection somewhere. ...
  7. Replies
    11
    Views
    1,110

    Re: Weird power issue

    The only thing that remains constant in the computer industry is that things always change. If you look at the datasheets for their most recent drives, you'll see they require 2.8A from the 12V rail...
  8. Replies
    7
    Views
    1,365

    Re: fan controllers controlled by temperature?

    If your mobo is supported, Speedfan will do it for you too.
  9. Re: Very tough adware program that I can't get rid of...

    A Windows UBCD is a must have everyone. It contains AdAware, CWShredder, EZPCFix, Hijack This, and Spybot S&D among its tools. I'd suggest buying a CD-RW and keep on reburning current versions of...
  10. Replies
    2
    Views
    456

    Re: What Defragment of HDs does??

    Just to be nitpicky, normal defragmenting doesn't really organize files for quicker access. It's even possible that defragmenting will actually slow down access to certain files.

    Files get...
  11. Replies
    8
    Views
    1,010

    Re: Vertical mounting...good or bad?

    Best place to check is usually with the manufacturer. Given that the platters are rotating, there's likely little to no difference between mounting verically "long edge" or vertically "short edge". ...
  12. Thread: HDD question

    by Chang
    Replies
    2
    Views
    393

    Re: HDD question

    There may be a better way but using TweakUI you can make the drive not appear in the Windows Explorer. You can still get to the drive by typing in the drive letter though. You might want to...
  13. Replies
    6
    Views
    707

    Re: Is this a good LCD??

    Biggest con is analog only. No DVI connector puts it in the "avoid like the plague" category for me.
  14. Replies
    49
    Views
    9,044

    Re: I need HDTV Tuner help...

    And which OS?

    Have you tried looking through this FAQ to see if your answer's there?
  15. Replies
    8
    Views
    1,070

    Re: Dell 2001FP or 2005FPW

    "Not really true", but not far from the truth either. The 2001FP can do the same resolution as the 2005FPW in a windowed mode (AKA w/black construction paper). You lose about an inch of width...
  16. Replies
    8
    Views
    624

    Re: How to access USB Flash drive in DOS

    Changing the BIOS to make the USB drive bootable should also let you recognize it in DOS.

    I'd strongly recommend creating an "Ultimate Boot" Floppy/Disk/CD. Not only will it handle your USB...
  17. Re: vast storage for video processing (gurus pls checkin)

    Pointless? How will you get 100+ GB of storage from Raptors otherwise, JBOD? It's pointless to use JBOD instead of RAID-0 if you're willing to accept the risk to your data.

    At that price...
  18. Re: vast storage for video processing (gurus pls checkin)

    Huge is all relative; as is affordability. You need to get more specific with your upper price range and required storage space.

    For the 100-200 GB range under $400, a pair of 74GB Raptors...
  19. Thread: blurred monitor

    by Chang
    Replies
    5
    Views
    612

    Re: blurred monitor

    The rainbow pattern sounds like a moire effect -- your monitor should have a setting to fix it. Is the blurring present at lower resolutions or a higher refresh rate? Try different contrast and...
  20. Thread: PDP Systems....

    by Chang
    Replies
    3
    Views
    827

    Re: PDP Systems....

    FWIW, their site is up for me.
  21. Replies
    7
    Views
    750

    Re: is it bad to suspend a HD ?

    Suspending a drive can potentially negatively impact both drive performance and data integrity. Of course, odds are with modern drives and current mounting designs, you'll never notice it and it'll...
  22. Replies
    2
    Views
    472

    Re: DVI-I adapter question

    Yes and no.

    Using that adapter would give you the same results as using only the analog signal on a DVI-I input monitor. But you still wouldn't be getting the digital / "DVI" part.

    DVI-I...
  23. Replies
    8
    Views
    1,398

    Re: DVI Problem, suggestions please

    Couple things to try / check in no particular order:

    1) If your video card has an additional power connector, make sure it's plugged in.
    2) Try setting your video settings in Windows to a...
  24. Re: Lite-on CD/DVD+-RW Combo drive rejecting dvd-r...

    Burners can be picky about media. Updating the drive's firmware may help with media compatibility issues.
  25. Replies
    3
    Views
    711

    Re: PC2100 will it work on new Motherboard

    Your Crucial PC2100 will work fine with it. Though the mobo may claim to support upto PC2400, the Duron specs and chipset are spec'd to the 266 FSB (running syncronous with PC2100).
Results 1 to 25 of 250
Page 1 of 10 1 2 3 4