That's how I started 20 Years ago ! Sheesh has it been that long.
As for hints.
The first jobs are gonna be S**T jobs that other more experienced staff don't want to do, Virus cleanups, O/S reinstalls mostly boring stuff, but understand these jobs are when most people start learning I...
Probably correct but pick a form which has as many eyes on it as possible to which in theory makes it easier to discover potentially dangerous bugs and back doors, its not foolproof tho look how well that worked out in openssl !!
I'm Split, I believe you should protect your machines suitably but encryption is overkill for local storage.
For example take the tax records on your computer, it would be much easier and simpler to extract them from the HMRC (Revenue and Customs) Medical Records the NHS holds them.
I have been looking at this monitor for a while the price tag does make it very appealing however I have been concerned about the issued rasied in the last few posts.
so does this seel like a fault with the whole line DP/Bleed/Ghosting or are they isolated incidents ?
did you have EFS enabled ? or any other type of File system encryption ?
have you got a corrupted filesystem what does chkdsk say ?
Are there any folders visable ? does the disk even mount ?
what is the disk's condidtion in disk manager ?
Firstly you did not say if you were using RAID and what raid mode your using.
RAID0 or 5 I would not get my hopes up on recovering the Array. If your using RAID1 then you have one disk that's acting as either a standalone or hot spare, and you may stand a chance of recoving...
I don't think microsoft would be too open to that, half the performance problems in vista were cause by the DRM in vista adding too it would only hamper windows 7
Also hardware keys are pretty much useless (look up DVD JON) and most craks are automated install. which I imagine would stay the...
If you want the machine to be efficent buy a 80 Plus cert PSU
Most software raid setup's have some sort of BIOS "Configurator" where you can set up the raid in BIOS or Pre-boot Intel's have been doing that for a while.
Are you sure I've got a P4 875 Pro-b which has on-board raid (Three of...
OK SMP does not scale 1:1 even so you could argue that you are effetivly getting more cycles as compared to a single processor model, as long as the code supports it.
I stand corrected on the 32/64bit thing, This was old information from when the AMD64's started getting popular, but as i...
I disagree with you if a application supports smp and can scale up to 4 processors then it really is like having 9.6ghz to run that particular program, although there are few applications written to accomplish this but they are coming and personally I think windows does a great job a spreading...
I've done somethign similar, When i built my home server i did the following.
AMD64 + 8 GB Ram.
2 x SATA laptop HD (RAID 1) use less power than their larger counterparts
80Plus Cert PSU.
Replaced all smaller active cooling with passive cooling devices, If i could find one I would...
Well I'm running a Q6600 with a 4850oc on a P35 MB, most of the time I can run 1280x1024 without any issues <30 FPS> ( The train scene has one point where it drops to like 3 fps). I'm running vista and DX10 and It's running on gamer settings also.
I agree whole heartedly, duke nukem's key demo will be PC's
Oh and fudzilla really your going to trust a site with a name like fudzilla if duke was going to be a 360 exclusive i would say microsoft would def be making a big thing of it, especially if it's going to be ready in the next year.
Either they are approved parts or coutner fit either way there would be 3rd parties creating the add-ons.
but still to support the new hardware you need drivers and in he case of consoles software support. the game would have to know that the add-on has been installed in order for it to upp...
Just take the HD out the laptop and and either put it in a IDE or SATA External enclosure they cost like £15, and to top it off you've then got a extrernal harddisk. and yes you will beabel to access the files unless you turned on bitlocker.
BTW that was a long post for such a simple question.
it's not the fear of a counterfit product it's the attitude that there would be escalted service calls. what if a part fails how do you diagnose the failure ? then who manages the RMA atm it just sony but if you have a MSI card in a sony maching do you make two service calls ?
But to do this...
SLI has taken more than just a little more work to get completed, it's been a pretty big undertaking with the development of new hardware and a new bus to get it to work.
Modular or not there is still the problem of hardware changing and games needing to support multiple peices of hardware...
SLI is not simple nor it SMP, Dual channel ram all these features that could put in by hardware upgrades.
Adding one more of a piece of hardware would require whole new driver infrastructure to support the new core/GPU add into the fact for the best performance the game needs to support...
I Totally disagree with you, it does not make business sence to drop PC gaming.
PC Gaming is allmost like a development force it has accelerated the need for faster graphics cards it pretty much inveted the idea of 3D acceleration, it pushed every part of PC mechanics to it's limit it's come...
All the ones i can remember.
Diamond Stealth 2MB Upgraded to Diamond Stealth 4MB
Voodoo 2 3d acellerator, add on card
ATI Rage 3D
Nvidia Geforce 2 GTS.
ATI 9600 Pro
Nvidia 6800 GT Ultra (AGP)
Nvidia 6800 Ultra (PCI-E)
Well I Thought I would add to it.
From Left to right.
PC-A05B (Intel Quad Core Q6600)
PC-65B (P4 2.8Ghz Northwood)
PC-A07B (AMD64 3500+)
Sorry about the not great picture, my digi cam seems to highlight finger prints