I've taken apart my mining operation and sold off most of the equipment.
I have these very poorly handmade frames. The edges are sharp and they will scratch the heck out of your table if you're not careful. However, they are sturdy and will hold 6-8 cards each no problem. You can find nice ones...
I've been mining Ethereum for a couple of years. However, I'm moving, and I don't have the power set up in the new place. So I have some stuff to sell.
I've reflashed all of the cards back to the original BIOSes, though I can provide the optimized BIOSes if you wish.
All of the cards are in...
I just need some cheap, working sticks of 4GB DDR4. Any speed. I need 5 total. I'd even take 2x2GB. Looks like I can buy them for $15 shipped each from eBay. Is anyone willing to let some go for less?
Got em on eBay. Thanks!
It's amazing to me that the WD TV Lives still sell so well. I had 4 of them for the TVs in my home, but recently gave them all to Good Will because I didn't think there was any resell value to them. Whoops.
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Cursor is not movable. Can't do anything other than hard reboot.
I have tried a 22" Acer, 24" Dell, both 1080P. I have tried VGA, DVI, and HDMI. All of them have the same result.
After booting into Windows via SafeMode, it looks like Windows cannot find a driver for the "Microsoft Basic Display Adapter", or the "Generic PnP Monitor".
Usually I don't see the 2nd one, I wonder why Windows can't automatically find those drivers. I will search online for answers...
I reinstalled Windows, got all the way in, played games, no problem.
It was only after I removed the AIO Liquid GPU cooler that it no longer booted. I tried reinstalling again, got all the way until boot, then it didn't load.
I will try another driver, older and newer. I can download both...