I find it annoying in smaller cases, where the mobo edges end up really close to the case bottom.
Yeah, I guess it is one of those things they could step up their game, like CMOS reset buttons, little 7-segment displays for error codes and such. Or reversible USB.
What you can do is get some...
Bumping this because of great justice on the part of the ESP32-CAM_MJPEG2SD project team.
( https://github.com/s60sc/ESP32-CAM_MJPEG2SD )
Since my initial thread, they really stepped up their game and the software now has stuff like:
- downloading avi instead of mjpeg
- triggering recording...
A bit later on I remembered something - there are many poorly designed programs that require a lot of input, like in data entry, where you indeed have to constantly be using your mouse to navigate a form (because it doesn't auto-skip fields and does not have hotkeys).
Subtitling videos comes...
Normally I try not to knock anyone about how they do stuff as long as it works for them, but I am surprised you're actually managing to use the mouse to precisely place the cursor and maintain typing speed. I wasn't able to cut it.
I'm not going to just change your ways, but I will ask - and...
They've been nearly completely unavailable for nearly a year now.
Supposedly, it's the global "shortage", combined with the fact that the RPi foundation "is forced" to deliver units to the big guys first, those who depend on them for their products.
Individual end users are way way way back in...
Same with my Mint install.
I did like to play with experimental kernel stuff, but this one is nasty. You wouldn't even be able to tell it's running out of spec before it died.
I remember trying out Ext4 really early, it accidentally some of my files.
I admit I haven't read the article, only the quoted part OP inserted.
I do feel I should say something, though. I'm speaking both as an individual who first played with computers on Windows 3.11, and as a (recently former) IT person for a few dozen people doing various things, mostly office...
You can browse ntfs volumes from any linux distro.
Windows needs extra stuff to read ext3/ext4, so a FAT or ntfs voleme on the drive or other drive would do (like Axman said).
Theres also the Windows subsystem for Linux, used to be available for 10, but now MS' manual for it lists 11 as a...
In cases where you don't feel comfortable busting out the soldering iron and rewiring the thing on your own, there are these adapter kits for proprietary fans. Noctua's Omnijoin is one, if you don't mind the cost.
Hey, I'm okay with being called uninformed, but don't call me an Apple guy, please. I did watch that mobo vid I linked to and I realize what those companies do. Not cool. Dummy, yes, company shill - no. I'm pro being allowed and provided materials to repair any and all things and am okay with...
You'd probably want to look for an Arduino learning kit. Lots of companies bundle and sell those, it depends on where you are located.
Totally random example I personally did not use (and thus don't know the specifics of) : Arduino starter kit
And again - I worded my previous reply wrong -...
Trial and error would be okay-ish as a starting point, but not on a hard drive PCB, or any computer component. They aren't designed with humans understanding them in mind. Those are finely tuned optimized and very complex circuits.
I think you would enjoy learning on an Arduino Nano board (or...
The kind of gear PSU reviewers use would be the only sure-fire way. Software won't see some of the more extreme events; even a multi-meter is often not enough to diagnose PSU problems.
That said, you might be able to get away with what you have and not risk things - I mean, it is platinum.
I remember some PSUs having bypass capacitors (parallel to load) on the connector side.
Was an ugly workaround then, I remember I was whining about that.
Guess it's time to embrace modding psu cables and adding big ones for spikes and tiny ones for EMI suppression.
Maybe it's the Polish Power in your wall sockets that is wonky and like myself, you should invest in a quality UPS w/actual AVR, maybe even go the extra mile and get a full double-conversion unit that basically makes you invulnerable to line issues.
Fun fact: a computer with the components in the OP can be had in Poland for approx. $4500 (approx 20 000 PLN).
Very few people here can afford this, it represents a year's worth of wages for a cash register lady at a shopping mall.
Certainly not someone with such poor English and the type of...
Peeps with Pi's:
Universe@home works fine on both the BCM2835 (Raspberry Pi 3 / Zero 2W) and BCM2711 (Raspberry Pi 4 / CM4).
RAM requirements are minuscule and even Zero 2W's 512 Megs is plenty.
It might take it a few hours to start processing tasks, but there's still 10 days of this part of...
Aside from the mentioned things, in some cases, you can hear stuff.
Squealing noises from the PC itself and various whistles and clicks in the audio you're listening.
USB devices going offline needing a restart - normally you'd suspect the USB device, but no! PSU bad!
The fan in the PSU is...
Yeah, good question, it's really exciting to hear.
I opened the FW900's specs for comparison/reference, and damn... Maybe it has more to do with improvements in deflection coils, alloys, switching semiconductors... AND the tubes.
Also random [H] sighting!
OP's problem is much weirder; he 'formats' his NVMe, throws Windows on it, that works.
It stops working permanently after he adds his older drives.
We didn't get a follow up regarding the old drives, though - I'm curious if there isn't something on them (as in, previous bootloader) that gets...
I'm monitoring this thread, sounds weird indeed.
Like pen said, I'd start with an older/newer bios.
Also - these older drives - were they purely storage drives? Or did/do they have a bootloader on them (previous Win/Lin install)?
For cheap and kind of crappy DIY in a pinch I do two of these "Unitek" dual HDD docking stations with USB 3.
I have them connected to a Raspberry Pi, transfer speeds are okay.
I don't run them 24/7 and just power them down when not in use, but I have noticed they can do spin-down after a while...
I have an idea, but it carries some risk of messing up your booting.
I think you could install a bootloader like Grub onto the nvme, it should be then able to boot from the other drives it sees.
I havent done this in years, but maybe it's a starting point.
Just so you know - PAH is a legit organization and the donated money does not fund weapons nor influencers.
We were at over 100k refugees in PL alone (with another few hundred thousand fleeing to Hungary etc.) and the people need shelter and basic items.