I'd thank you for you post, but well... I just didn't.
You're being similarly vague.
Be a dear and tell everyone what "western foolishness" you're referring to when comparing to some nerds discussing their chips.
I could have told you this years ago.
Wouldn't it be cheaper and easier to just use a PC instead of the laptop?
Do you have any network connectivity at all or just no internet? ie can you ping the gateway or any local devices?
What kind of help or advice are you looking for exactly?
Like you said, everything works with a converter and thus 3.3v isn't a requirement.
Apart from this not being an American forum.
NBN seems more like the backbone, from what I gather you just need a normal router? Ethernet to...
If you require speed get an SSD, get huge capacity disks if you need t store large amounts of data.
Replace strfilename with strfilename & environ("computername") or something.
If you pick Hyper-V, be sure to use an Intel NIC. Yukons cause huge problems, and from that experience I don't trust other cheap vendors either...
You should read the news then, the Dutch are well represented at various solar challenges and have been for quite some years. Which is odd since...
RAID, any level, doesn't come with an automatic backup feature. Press delete and your data is gone.
Does it by any chance recognize the drive as the SSD's controller or some other fancy name other than OCZ agility? Try upgrading the firmware, or...
Many of those fancy bootdisks come with a reset tool, UBCD for example.
Since when is there any scenario in which to recommend XP64?
I would guess the make and model of the car or more specific its radio would be relevant.
In any case an FM transmitter could be an option.
mdadm does, as did the raidcore stack. As for the latter, mentioning it made me wonder what happened with it, seems it's offered now under the...
No, it doubles the bus width.
That's unrelated to bandwidth.
Why is RAID 10 the most suitable? I'd go for RAID 6 instead. Similar redundancy and more space. Performance shouldn't be a huge issue with the...
Cat5 and cat5e are both rated at 100MHz and thus have the same bandwidth. Cat5e has less crosstalk though.
Please read the forum guidelines. If you got banned for no reason contact a mod. Don't create multiple accounts.
It does matter, you won't get any signal degradation on the LAN side.Making the phone cable longer might degrade the signal and thus internet...
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