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PC occasionally freezing by Larc[_3_]
I recently bought a new motherboard for my main PC and shunted others down the line until I got rid of an old one causing problems. The motherboard originally in my main machine (ASRock Fatal1ty H370 Performance) went into the machine in my bedroom (replaced H270 Performance). But I've been...
Today 06:32 PM
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Bitrot by Flasherly[_2_]
Beyond variances between NAND type and design, for JEDEC claims interpretively given unrefreshed SSD memory, within an inoperable stasis for an least affected, pure state of hypothetical storage, that data loss is a potential factor within a week;- whereas another and proposition given a web-based...
Yesterday 02:46 PM
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Alternative USB flashstick II & Looking good by Flasherly[_2_]
USB 2.0 to 2.5inch HDD 7+15pin SATA Hard Drive Cable Adapter For SATA SSD & HDD $2.999999^ The 7/15pin actually means two USB connections: One USB, working in conjunction with the other, for a PWR -and- an USB data path. These appear relatively new designs for squeezing on the various USB II &...
April 8th 21 11:15 AM
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"Microsoft is now submerging servers into liquid baths" by Lynn McGuire[_3_]
"Microsoft is now submerging servers into liquid baths" https://www.theverge.com/2021/4/6/22369609/microsoft-server-cooling-liquid-immersion-cloud-racks-data-centers "Microsoft has moved from seafloors to flooding servers" I am speechless. Lynn
April 7th 21 10:01 PM
by Lynn McGuire[_3_] Go to last post
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Fry's Electronic Out of Business!!! by Xanadu99
Fry is out of business. Before online shop popularity, Fry was the icon of computer and technology carrying suppliers. Shopping at Fry is like in giant techie mall. I bought all my computers and part at Frys and never bought anything from online. My last computer 10yr old was from Frys. I...
April 2nd 21 08:34 PM
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Is it safe to order on Amazon/Ebay from China? by Xanadu99
Shall I trust the order from Chinese supplier? My friend told me be careful order anything from China especially nameless supplier. She went to Vietnam and bought a lots of stuff from Korean stores. She thought everything she bought was Korean made products but it was all Chinese made products...
April 2nd 21 04:48 AM
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And the reward for the most retarded invention ever goes to... by skybuck2000
.... Toshiba !!!!!!!!!! For introducing unwanted fn-f3 functionality on keyboards which shutsdown (SLEEP MODE TO BE EXACT) the computer (LAPTOP) when accidently pressing this when trying to press fn-3 to lower the volume (WHILE GAMING). (Fortunately Thanks to my optimized windows settings it does...
March 30th 21 09:07 PM
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Bram Stokers Van Helsing (2021) Flip-off by Flasherly[_2_]
Lot of close-ups for a limited stage, probably within budget constraints, over as many as six actors set on given recreatively the Victorian milieux, filmed from a few stuffy rooms in stiffed costumes. All English actors/production efforts, I should think. Van Helsing is not Stoker, not an...
March 29th 21 01:35 PM
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Dream USB Wired Keyboard by Flasherly[_2_]
$25 full-size wired USB keyboard GTMX Blue Switches 101 Keys Beyond dreams, I know, as these are "studded" keyswitches. Meaning a swtich's two pins are inserted into studs instead of being soldered;... But, what in hell, does that actually mean, though? The keycap pops off a "stem", you've...
March 29th 21 05:33 AM
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128G Patriot usb flashstick ate it by Flasherly[_2_]
Practically, seems all that's left in that Patriot is to fight to be identified. Long enough and often enough, in any event, to drop down to a Sandisc flashstick, half the storage at comparably terrible transfer rates. But, but USB flashdrives are sooo cheap -- yeah right. So is a 128G SSD...
March 25th 21 06:12 AM
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Google WebView glitch crashing apps today by RayLopez99
Story below. I had this happen on my phone, at first I thought it was the antivirus app I had installed. But I followed the steps below and have stabilized the situation. Imagine somebody who's net worth is tied up in their phone?! Banking, bitcoin wallet, etc, they'd be in for a rude...
March 23rd 21 01:17 PM
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The Future of Music (Software synthesizer focused operating system) by skybuck2000
The Future of Music (Software synthesizer focused operating system) The vision for the future of music will be something like this: Mostly driven by enhancements in multi-core technology and audio processing and synthesizer software emulation. The billion dollar question is what is more...
March 22nd 21 09:57 AM
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Dead motherboard? by Larc[_3_]
Symptoms: started rebooting occasionally, progressively increasing with prior mouse pointer fadeout or freeze (cordless and corded mouse) - stopped seeing USB wifi adapter, although USB drives would still work - now won't post at all (power comes on and case PLED and fans run for about 20 seconds,...
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March 18th 21 12:45 AM
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Monitor question by Bill[_41_]
I have a Asus Strix 750ti GPU. It has 2GB of onboard video memory and uses 8GB of shared system memory. According to its specifications, it can apparently handle 3840x2160 resolution. I have been happily running a monitor (Dell UltraSharp 2407wfp) at 1900x1200 native resolution. It's got...
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March 16th 21 10:05 AM
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Crucial MX SSD by Flasherly[_2_]
About the $150 would be a good price for a 2T MX series. Crucial's MX controller is a basic focus, presumably, lacking all but a focus for error correction, a desultory cache token, certainly without encryption or security above a cost premium, whereas the memory, also Crucial's, may...
March 8th 21 03:38 AM
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OpenGL Application: FrameNumber for examining display monitors ! by skybuck2000
Hello, Today I wrote a simple Microsoft Windows opengl 3.0 application for inspecting frame numbers, frames per second. I was wondering if maybe monitors drop frames like internet packets, maybe as a way to cheat. So far I also recorded some high speed camera footage with powershot hs sx50 or...
March 1st 21 06:26 AM
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Creep USB by Flasherly[_2_]
Old(er) Patriot 128G USB flashstick USB3 speed, maybe 5 years use. Lot of fighting with it not taking between computers. Sits there with its LED light flashing and OS doesn't recognize it. Remove and reseat unit it does. . .mostly. Brownout today and I find it in limbo for hours and hours...
February 27th 21 06:16 PM
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MD5 it is then by Flasherly[_2_]
-pastey- supports the following hashes: MD2, MD4, MD5, CRC-32, Adler32, Gost, Haval (128,160,192, 224, 256), SHA (1, 256, 384, 512), Tiger (128, 160, 192), RipeMD (128, 160). Most used hashes are CRC-32, MD5 and SHA. Because of popularity first two hash types (MD5 and CRC32) also have its own...
February 25th 21 11:24 AM
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Harddisk Density vs Data Retention Time ??? by skybuck2000
Question: Does the Data Retention Time of a magnetic harddisk decrease as it's magnetic density increases ?!? My hypothesis would be: the higher the density, the smaller the magnets, the weaker the magnetic field thus faster data loss ?!? Thoughts ? Bye, Skybuck.
February 24th 21 09:54 AM
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Byte Thruth Table Application by Skybuck Flying version 0.02 by skybuck2000
Byte Thruth Table Application by Skybuck Flying version 0.02 created on 24 february 2021 ! release on 24 february 2021 ! =D YEAH =D RAD IS COOL ! =D Hello Folks ! I just created the world's biggest byte thruth table application !
February 24th 21 06:38 AM
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