To be back on topic...
Yes, in fact. I got my machine running last night. This morning I was transferring files and what would you know:
Sigh. Wifi, worked but even when reporting 1.6Gbps, it tops out at 500/600 going to the Asus AX11000 with a LAN cable to my other machine with 2.5G. (on the...
Doesn't work very well on Win 11. I do use it for Win 10 and it works fine.
Just like Win 10, I purchased "Start is Back", which is now "StartAllBack", used it for my personal computer. Until the free ones are out then ill upgrade the other computer/laptops in the house.
That was the board I was going to get, but at the time they did not have it in stock and needed something asap. I also never had issues with any TUF boards that I have used in other builds or for myself. Personally I think it's one of those good all around boards for the cost.
Ended up with the...
You're welcome, glad I could help.
It is, I don't understand it especially for firmware updates, however a paywall for SPP's (Service Pack for ProLiant) I can understand, not that I like it as someone who deals with HP servers in our data centers.
This should be the download link for the latest firmware for it:
EDIT: If that's not it, please provide me with the download page for the correct one.
I'm calling it real, 100% engineering sample and with the DOM of 2026 it would would make sense. Seagate is working to release a 30TB in mid 2023, give it 3 more years and I could see a 96TB, though a 60TB is more likely.
That part is easy. Contacting the stations to get assigned access to the apple dev account and the hoops to go though to upload it to Apple Dev account is not. Especially when Apple back end servers get slow and it takes 30 minutes per app.
If it was Google, it would be child's play, I can do...
I've had very few SSD's die and we use a lot of them for work... in servers. (management thinks it's a good idea to use consumer grade ssds in servers)
Only ones I remember really giving me problems were a handful of Sandisk X400 drives, Mushkin REACTOR 1TB (replaced a handful of times then...
Microcenter is almost the perfect size (store square footage). Too big and you end up like Fry's. Their stores were massive, Heck most of the time I never went to the other side of the store nor did I even know what was over there.
I think Microcenter could get away with a store in each major...
I saw his post. I cannot find any details saying as such either.
I did find this: XFX China website shuts down after Chinese Customs Office seizes 5840 illegally mislabeled XFX graphics cards worth 3M USD
But the site is up again and I still see current model cards for sale on Newegg, Amazon...
You made me remind of the time this came in my shop back in 2011:
I seen some shit that I didn't take pictures of, never thought of taking pictures of it either. But I don't doubt people doing dumb crap like this either.
I tried saving the settings but the last time I did and try to load them back it refused to load them because the bios was now a newer version.
Now days I just take pictures on my phone and put them back in.
I have it, not installed and haven't played in ages but I can load it back up and get shit done. It's likely the same missions that I haven't finished either because I don't have friends who played it anymore lol.
Welcome to 2006 when I was 15. My P4 3.4Ghz "gaming server" for Counter Strike and my AMD X2, 6600GT SLI gaming machine. These are the oldest images that I have of those PC's. I built my first PC in 2004 which was basically my dad old PC that I put back together, that's the machine that became...