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    Re: Make your own 3 bay 5 drive adapter

    Been using this adapter, and still am. Wanted to build another two, but I'd rather have a metal fab do it for me.

    I thought I'd bump the post so others who haven't been around since posting this...
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    Re: Build your own directional WiFi Antenna

    Well I found two new technologies which I need to do more research on.
    Fractal Antenna's
    and Beamforming

    Both sound interesting, where combination's of these technologies may prove interesting....
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    Re: .NET Framework = which one ?

    Agreed.
    I always install all of them in order from oldest to newest. In any case where I installed 2.x, I never was prompted to install anything newer. I guess it is simply a desire to have the...
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    Re: is facebook really a virus magnet?

    If you are a hacker and get caught for making and distributing a virus, you get jail. If you allow holes and exploits to exist in your software, even after being informed of the issue by the said...
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    Re: Koolance company ARE ASEholes

    what a nightmare. Always some kind of catch to warranty, especially after all your efforts to contact a living person.

    I guess Air-cooling is not such a bad idea after all.
  6. Re: Wireless card won't connect/connects then randomly disconnects.

    My neighbor had that same issue. Apparently some wireless devices do fail after so many hours of use. I myself had two mobile WiFi cards slowly fry on me, and they acted like that before they...
  7. Re: If you have a case with bottom mounted PSU ...

    I had the same case now for about 10 years, (Maybe longer). Every time I see new cases come out, I see stranger and less appealing designs come out. Nowhere can I locate another case like mine, so...
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    Re: Well, sometimes you CAN beat the system.

    That's how business works. They try to take you for as much as your worth, and if you don't fight for what is rightfully yours, you can kiss it goodbye.
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    Re: New Memory...reformat/reinstall OS?

    this would have no effect on data. RAM is temporary memory which is lost every time you turn off your computer.

    You can change your RAM as often as you like, just as long as your computer is not...
  10. Re: Xmarks shutting down

    Xmarks were selling your bookmark data last I heard. I used them once until I found out, and then I bailed ship. There is another product called Syncplaces, but I don't understand how to get it to...
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    Re: towing capacities?

    A guy at a hitch shop told me a story about one of the other guys at a oil company I worked at. They thought towing capacity was enough for towing another truck out of the ditch. They ended up...
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    Re: i5 760 vs AMD

    AMD always has more value.
    The new Bulldozer CPU I hear is gonna be likely faster than the I7's, where already the new 6 cores which are out have a smart OC setting where it shuts off unused cores...
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    Re: alarms !!!!! online control bill

    I got a way to fix it, go after the electricity companies for supplying power to computers which pirate stuff. Once everyone is without electricity, nobody will be able to steal intellectual...
  14. Thread: Hard Drive

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    Re: Hard Drive

    Chiles4 pretty much summed it up.
    Although JSL did bring up a few details which I could have included in my original post, most of this was redundant as terrystewart194 didn't require technical...
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    Re: Isn't this illegal?

    Yep. But remember, no landlord is going to be nice to you if you give them a difficult time surrounding your rights. If I was discriminatory in the managers position, I would make life hell for you...
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    Re: [Resolved] Poor network performance

    Great advice.

    More bandwidth dedicated to a connection, the greater chance of interfering equipment to make your life difficult. I prefer a more reliable connection over a faster connection, so...
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    Re: alarms !!!!! online control bill

    Most of us don't care simply because we are too preoccupied with making a buck to heat the home and feed the kids. Only leisure activities involve mindless commercials on TV between periods, and...
  18. Thread: Hard Drive

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    Re: Hard Drive

    No biggie. Just was a little pet peeve of mine. Some people would like to get something to give them an idea of what to do before having to get into more detail. After all, if I only was smart...
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    Re: AMD chipset for stock voltage OC

    I like the extra chipset cooling fan and the ability to unlock CPU cores on that 890fx mobo. I had to add one to my motherboard to prevent it from intermittent overheating and unstable operation. ...
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    Re: Big 3 Auto bailout

    I bought Honda twice now. I have no idea what will be my next buy, but rest assured, it won't be American made. Every Ford, GM & Chrysler I ever owned test drove or operated had too many design...
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    Re: Vinyl to Digital

    Um, simply done, you connect your phono to a preamp first and then redirect the preamp output to your soundcard line input. Then you open a audio recording software program similar to Soundforge and...
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    Re: Hard Drive

    Always asking system specifications? Why not simply tell them what they need to employ for testing tools? After all, hard drives today are 90% SATA and 10% IDE, and it isn't rocket science using...
  23. Re: could you list the people that basically told the public to shut their pie holes?

    You ever entertain the idea:

    Corporate do-gooders trying to employ these tactics to increase the grip of control on consumers by passing these types of laws: In restricting free press, free...
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    Re: blu ray hacked

    I understand the responses by others here, and they all have made similar responses which I would have also given. But I feel the need to drag this out to make it clear.

    Old, just so you know,...
  25. Re: Caviar Green 1.5TB trouble, now Caviar Black trouble.

    Yes indeed. I did this once before while overclocking my bus speed. Apparently it was trying to write to the hard drive faster than the specifications. Overclocking the chipset caused the system to...
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