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    Re: Is there anybody still there?

    Like so many other communities, AMDMB seems to have seen a decline in patronage. People don't seem to be much into traditional forums these days. The near-collapse of what was once the giant known...
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    Re: What Linux distro do you prefer and why?

    I am a Debian user. My history with Debian goes back to Sarge (3.1) when I had a computer in my bedroom temporarily one summer. I had previously played with Mandrake back when that was a thing. A...
  3. Thread: Dns server

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    Re: Dns server

    Usually I would expect basic networking to just work out of the box for any average user. I'm not familiar with Mint in particular, but as a Debian user I would expect a fresh install of the base...
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    Re: auto mount internal HHD

    I don't know if you're still looking for a solution to this, but I just came across your thread. In linux, your /etc/fstab config file determines which drives are auto-mounted. You're asked for a...
  5. Re: Just how dead HAVE the PCPer forums become....?

    Forums as a means of socialization have declined in popularity everywhere. The big ones still feel big, but medium sized ones have become smaller as smaller forums have entirely evaporated.

    I...
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    Re: Admiral Nelson

    Not that it's important for the topic or anything, but as an avid knock-off pop drinker I wanted to elaborate on the naming.

    Mountain Dew = Mountain Lightning
    Dr. Pepper = Dr. Thunder
    Sprite =...
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    Re: Any Bulldozer rumors?

    If you really want fast, try running an 80 MHz ORG M1.
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    Re: Any Bulldozer rumors?

    Well, Intel is sort-of going that route. Sure, some of their server chips and desktop chips share LGA 1366, but the desktop chips still lack the extra QPI link necessary to team them up on a dualie...
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    Re: Any Bulldozer rumors?

    Different sockets--no wiggle room on that one. Desktop chips will use AM3+ which is a 940ish pin socket. Server chips will continue to use sockets C32 and G34, both of which are LGA and feature...
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    Re: Duplicate File Scanner

    Software updated to version 1.4. OP details change.
  11. Re: Tomcat /Thunder 1000h (s3970) wont boot or show vga

    The forum at 2CPU is probably more likely to get you the kind of attention you're in need of. Does it work when using an AIB for video, or have you not tested that yet?
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    Re: Windows 7 + nForce LAN BSOD

    Try any driver update you can find, even if it's not labeled as being for Windows 7. Vista will definitely work. XP drivers probably will as well.

    Crappy PHY drivers are a well-known problem for...
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    Duplicate File Scanner

    Figured you guys might like this. Made it originally for a guy on another forum, but it's bound to be a good general-usage tool. Repost:

    Here's a quick freebie I put together in case anyone is...
  14. Re: How about a completely free iBuyPower Core i7-980X system?

    I hereby submit to be in said contest.
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    Re: 512 byte vs 4k byte sectors

    He is indeed referring to "allocation unit" size instead of sectors. Allocation units are semi-arbitrary in size and are only important to the internal operation of the file system (mostly, there...
  16. Thread: laptop sound

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    Re: laptop sound

    That's a good catch. I haven't seen an external knob on a laptop in ages, but if it's on the laptops he has it may well explain everything. I had a Sager NP2280 laptop from 2000-2001 with one. :) ...
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    Re: Dual Lan connection uses

    That entirely depends on what the "HD media device" is. If it can connect to a local network and utilize Windows file sharing (many can) then you could certainly play media off your computer. Can...
  18. Thread: laptop sound

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    Re: laptop sound

    You might check to make sure that not only is the master volume up but so is the wave volume slider. Beyond that, no, there's generally no magic fix for making something louder. Some output devices...
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    Re: Looking for a program that...

    Generally speaking, no. The device itself has to be able to act as a video device in order for the USB connection to provide that functionality. Generally, camcorders that can connect over USB only...
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    Re: start up password

    Clear CMOS by unplugging the machine and shorting the clearing jumper for 15 seconds or removing the CMOS battery entirely for a minute or two. Either way it'll clear, along with all CMOS settings...
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    Re: Rolleyes News of The Day

    This is the best thing ever!

    http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,533420,00.html
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    Re: Question about refresh rate: TFT v. CRT

    The smoothness you're talking about isn't so much a function of refresh rate as it is response time of the physical panel itself. Back when this topic was first brought up, an average panel had...
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    Re: Rolleyes News of The Day

    Newegg shipped $1000 of processors in plastic OEM trays inside a padded envelope. How's that for rolleyes?
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    Re: Rolleyes News of The Day

    I hear ya. I think that's part of the reason I went a bit overboard with this one. 4 to 12 is quite a jump.
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    Re: Rolleyes News of The Day

    Here's something to roll your eyes over:

    For some reason, on Monday I thought it would be a good idea to buy a pair of Opteron 2427s. For those of you unfamiliar with Opteron 2427s, the important...
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