I have been having problems with this PC intermittently locking up.Win 10 Pro. I have checked everything and can't seem to find the problem. Now I noticed that my memory is low voltage. Could this be the problem?
I am using an ASRock H61M-VS motherboard to test hardware and software. I had to remove the video card to test a PCIE 4X card. My KVM is DVI. I was not able to use the VGA to DVI adapter I had to use the onboard VGA through the switchbox.
Anyone know of a cheap adapter to get this to work?
I am using Freenas but the Freenas forum wants you to run server hardware. I recently looked at nas4free which is based on the original Freenas code. Does not have the same hardware requirements. You may want to look at that.
We installed a new wireless router ( TENDA AC18 1900 ROUTER) to handle the routing behind our FIOS Actiontec MI424WR modem router. I now have 2 subnets with 2 DNS servers. I now seem to have a big delay accessing drives on the other computers on my Windows network. Could this be causing a problem?
I am trying to use a HP 300 GB 15K RPM 3.5" 6G SAS HARD DRIVE 533871-001 EF0300FATFD HUS156030VLS60 with a SAS to SATA converter. The drive does not seem to spin up and is not recognized by the BIOS. Am I missing something?
I have a Rosewill Himards case I need an adapter to put a SSD in the tray that slides into the cage. All the ones I have but the SSD connections centered in the tray. I need one that will mimic a 3 1/2" drive.
Had it working with a Samsung S27A550h LCD with using an AVI to HDMI adapter. It was a problem in the first place but now it won't work with any HDMI LCD. I upgraded the firmware on the KVM but still having the same problem.
I have an USB wireless mouse adapter that I do not know what mouse it will work with.
Is there any way to determine what mouse it is supposed to work with?
It shows up as a HID-compliant mouse in Win 7 Device manager.
In my main machine I have:
2 sticks Corsair PC3-8500F
1 stick G.Skill PC3-12800
1 stick Hyundai PC3-12800
All are 4 gig.
The Corsair are XMP memory and my board automatically overclocks them to XMP-1600 by increasing the voltage. They show 800mhz with a CAS of 9.0.
The G.Skill is XMP...