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motherboard 5v by T. Ment
My legacy ECS K7S5A motherboard BIOS hardware monitor says the 5v is low. So I used a multimeter to check a USB 5v header pin, and it says 4.75v. The power supply 5v disk connector has exactly 5v, so the power supply is good. If I replace the 5v AGP card with a 3.3v card, the USB pin...
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Yesterday 05:12 PM
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USB3 PCIe card without extra power plug by [email protected]
I bought several of these cards, trying to find one that works with older Centos linux. Most have a PATA Molex plug to import extra power. One has a floppy disk power plug instead! And one has no extra power. Now I believe PCIe x1 is good for 10 Watts. The powerless card only has 2 USB sockets, but...
Yesterday 03:30 PM
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Can you build this Star Trek Communicator 1966? by [email protected]
On Saturday, June 15, 2019 at 8:33:48 PM UTC+8, Mr. Man-wai Chang wrote: Meow... ;) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Communicator_(Star_Trek) Were they "subspace" i.e. faster-than-light? If so, not possible.
June 16th 19 02:10 PM
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[email protected]$700% by Flasherly[_2_]
OTG Amazon has that for $8. A Pacific Rim same item for $1.5: USB Micro SD TF OTG Card Converter (Type B and a PC USB2 port on the other end;- Two mini/micro SD slots between.) Nobody says USB Mini Type-B.
June 14th 19 02:15 AM
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"Microsoft Announces Modern OS" by Paul Thurrott by Lynn McGuire[_3_]
"Microsoft Announces Modern OS" by Paul Thurrott https://www.thurrott.com/windows/windows-10/207439/microsoft-announces-modern-os In an otherwise innocuous blog post about new PCs announce at Computex, Microsoft talked up the need for something it calls Modern OS. And it does not appear to be...
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June 12th 19 01:23 AM
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anybody making RTL8125 NICs besides Speed Dragon? [2.5Gbase-t] by [email protected]
I believe Realtek RTL8125 (2.5 Gbps) has appeared in a few mainboards, but I can only find two ethernet cards from a company called Speed Dragon. And I don't think many retailers are offering them, so I wondered if anybody else makes a NIC from RTL8125. I know Aqnanita-based cards are out there (5...
June 11th 19 02:09 PM
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More Delayed Sandisk Weirdities by Flasherly[_2_]
A year ago or more I got into some new Micro Sandisk cards. Four or five of them: 16 32 and 64G. New speed Ultra/Pro stuff to older ratings. The newest and fastest ones, 64G, I thought I'd bricked. Then, I recently got a 7" HandDroid, running a variant of *NIX, like most do.
June 9th 19 01:01 AM
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Ping Paul by Shadow[_2_]
Thank you for the code. It compiled fine under an old bcc32.exe I had hanging around and also GCC under my current Devuan Linux. 58.880 KRDRec.exe 5.600 KRDRec.Linux (after a strip) 160.261 report_.klr.enc1 161.023 report_.klr.txt 161.023 report_.klrLinux.txt Both txt files were identical....
June 8th 19 11:35 PM
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Kaspersky Rescue Disk Report - can't see full paths by Shadow[_2_]
Ran Kaspersky Rescue Disk last night. I usually just do a simple scan, (boot, start-up and system files), which takes a couple of minutes and always comes back clean. This time I included all my drives, and it detected 460 "objects" Almost all were false positives (old Nirlauncher zips, debugging...
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June 8th 19 08:13 PM
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2T HDD cheap/cheaper/cheapest by Flasherly[_2_]
$49 Or so they're popping up today, Seagate probably being the instigator. Model changes or what not sure the motive or what discrepancies between older/newer models I encountered from a model# WEB search Couple bucks tax and that's it (if on newer is applicable). Seagate BarraCuda 2TB Internal...
June 5th 19 01:02 AM
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huananzhi x99-ad3 mainboard = cheap chinese crap? by [email protected]
Huananzhi has been making cheapo "X79" mainboards to utilise used Xeon CPUs for people wanting to make a poor-man's server with a new board rather than one pulled from a server that ran for 24,000 hours without a siesta. They weren't too bad for the price. Now they have an "X99" version for...
June 3rd 19 05:48 PM
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Windows 10 version 1903, May 2019 Update is interesting...but has abizarre 'spy' feature in File Explorer by RayLopez99
In the Version 1903 update of Windows 10 rolling out in May 2019 (32 bit, just got it, haven't gotten the 64 bit yet) I don't like the new "File Explorer". For some reason--and I don't know how--Windows 10 keeps a silent "journal" on in the background and knows what files were deleted and/or...
May 31st 19 03:51 PM
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Windows 10 and BD PROCHOT by Mr. Man-wai Chang
On 5/24/2019 1:12 AM, Paul wrote: Mr. Man-wai Chang wrote: On 5/23/2019 7:52 AM, J. P. Gilliver (John) wrote: Does Win 7 play tricks with BD PROCHOT in its automatic updates? I don't remember hearing anyone complaining about that, until some people reported Intel had security issues...
May 25th 19 05:31 PM
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Mean ol' Logitech Marble Trackman by Flasherly[_2_]
Finally figured, after destroying several of them, what it takes to toughen them up. Several months ago, I also caught one a sale for half off. I have two prime working units. The trackball unit has four click relay buttons, assignable with Logitech software to goes back to mythological ancient...
May 25th 19 05:04 AM
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question about mobo/graphics card by Yes[_2_]
Considering that some of the graphics cards I've seen pictured these days use two of the backplate slots to mount the card, have any motherboard manufacturers started offering mobos that are specifically desigend to accomodate two such cards. When I look at those graphics cards, it just seems like...
May 24th 19 09:19 PM
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WD hi-state = ADATA/Seagate by Flasherly[_2_]
WD, aside, is labeling branded SSDs to color classes: a color meaning, accordingly in keeping with a prior tactic, is to provide no info on build assembly, short of taking it apart for chip nomenclature (colors corresponding to an Enterprise grade are spec'd, though). WD also tends to be...
May 24th 19 04:24 PM
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memtest86+ 5.01 reported RAM speed not credible by [email protected]
I was given an old HP Proliant server to fix. It only had a flat CMOS battery. So I run memtest86+ and it says the memory is DDR3-4123! This is a Nehalem EP generation, and only an E5506, which supported 800 speed with ECC. Also says CAS 19, which you would get with DDR4-4000 RAM.
May 20th 19 01:14 PM
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Sickness strikes again by Flasherly[_2_]
Found an interesting DAC. https://headfonics.com/2016/12/the-adi-2-pro-by-rme/ I'm running up to a possible only a 1/18 to 3/9 sample rate of WASAPI 384Khz, and it would take an Apple to double that. Good Sol Apple strikes again. Problem is a spare couple of thousand dollars, so looking for it...
May 18th 19 11:24 PM
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TOSLINK red laser S/PDIF cable fixes by Flasherly[_2_]
Not really a fix. I had to take apart some laser carrier cables and splitters. Cheap stuff, so wasn't hard to figure. The input-output laser carrier connections is a matter of 64-ths an inch. You can take two of those plastic covered laser carrier wires,
May 18th 19 01:30 AM
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Packaged filtering concepts by Flasherly[_2_]
Have had, picked up to implement the following filters Chebyshev filter Bessel filter Butterworth filter https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Audio_crossover#Classification_based_on_filter_order_or_slope Included slopes, though listed to the 10th, generally perform at limits to a decreased complexity,...
May 17th 19 03:43 PM
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