I have a friend with a new Nexus 5, latest stock Lollipop, struggling with visual impairment. Black text on white backgrounds really are hard on his eyes. I know we can do a global reverse colors, but that just messes up all the colors.
Is there a way to get a "white on black" theme or will...
Since you have a few hard drives already, have you considered Windows Home Server?
Take an old desktop and install WHS. It can manage all your drives in one storage pool, can handle incremental backups of up to 10 Windows clients, can do a bare-metal restore from the network.
It's the best...
1) Xp to 7 - yes (I doubt 2000 to 7)
2) Sure, you can reinstall Win 7 over itself. Of course you need to reactivate
PHP + Ajax is a winning combination. There are tons of tutorials out there, you just have to find the right project to work on. Perhaps you should find some open-source project to contribute to, that way you can build your skills first
Since Powerpack 1, WHS will always use the system drive last for storage. So it's safe. Even if its writing a lot of tombstones, the tombstones just point to the data disks where it's really stored.
I'm not saying its supported (heck, a lot of what you can do isn't per EULA), but it's possible...
Windows Me introduced a lot of new features, like System Restore. It was unstable like anything, but many of the features ended up in XP. Like Vista, ME was certainly the "go off and try things" mode when it comes to features.
The new shorter, focused development for Win 7 really helped prevent...
You can run WHSv2 in a virtual machine with Server 2008 R2's Hyper-V. It's very simple to do with Hyper-V's passthrough disks. I highly recommend this approach, as it is likely that Vail will lockdown the roles from Server 2008 R2.
Of course, if you don't plan on using any of the server...
I don't know about RAM. But Hyper-v has hard drive passthrough... great when used in combination with WHS. All your data disks (outside the system disk) can be used in passthrough, so they can be pulled into any other system to get your data off
Well the AOC-SAT2-MV only needs regular SATA cables. If you have a lot of them, use it.
The PCIe version is the AOC-SASLP-MV8 and requires the use of a mini-SAS SFF 8087 cables. As the RPC-4220 uses SFF 8087 connectors anyway, you're better off with this.
99C is way too high. Your system shutdown due to the thermal protection
Good you didn't lose your chip, but better to recheck that your heatsink is sitting properly on the chip
What TIM are you using? And what kind of cooling in the case?