uhh, i dont have one, but if you look at...
what about an old style ammonia fridge, that doesn't need as much pressure, did anyone ever try that?
worked fine on mine.
i would do QoS and limit the bandwidth both really. openWRT/dd-WRT maybe tomato too? ive got no experience with that.
lview pro 1.2D seems to get me the best filesize/quality but i use Irfanview cuz its more modern
lol, thanks i really needed that.
yes, we really do.
re: tacked-on UI, reminds me of packard bell navigator
thats what i always liked about pSX, it was pure software so it didnt look all fancy, but it looked very authentic, and ran almost everything...
the hardest thing to emulate quickly is the frame buffer so all frame buffer effects are really slow unless you use a software renderer, <3 pSX...
got serial, oddly, when i put it in and click activate my computer BSODs
802.11n will probably get about 4 to 4.5mb/sec transfers
readyboost on a laptop
are the t41's battery compatible with the t42's? i have a couple of those, and a screen, and i think maybe a wifi card too
i haven't, i haven't had any reason to, the only change i can notice is that now it says its from ATI and not intel....
the only reason any of...
mine doesnt support any of that stuff, no directcompute, no openCL, it does have 12 unified shaders tho.
erm, the driver is from windows update...
mine only has the 1 intel HD gpu, the one that comes on the cpu, not the one thats on die just on the package next to it, its a core i5 480 M
it doesnt appear to be a problem, just quite interesting, it wasn't like that before the update.
there we go.
EDIT: oh btw, there is no second gpu in my computer, i kind of wish there were, and this is a default windows install not an OEM...
all the sudden my video drivers say they came from ATI Technologies Inc.
sorry, i should have done this right away, i have intel HD...
dd-wrt thats what i use, it can do it, if thats a v5 router its limited to micro, i used to have one, upgraded to uhh, WRT54G v2.0, then WHR-HP-GN...
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