I thought I read an article that the new WHS2011 was going to protect against bit-rot (at an additional cost of 12% disk space) but now I can't find any information about this. I guess MS dropped this feature.
Do RAID setups protect against bit-rot? Particularly if you do regular data scrubs?
I still fail to see the difference between THICK bubble wrap (newegg) vs a styrofoam container (retail box). IMO thick bubble wrap seems to provide more cushion.
Maybe the duds people are getting are "defective" returns that Newegg resold?
haali and ffdshow is all i have installed on my htpcs (i also use WMC7 w/ mediabrowser for my frontend)
for the occasional oddball movie with "forced" subs, i extract the appropriate subtitle file from the mkv. then in ffdshow, i have subtitles enabled and configured to use external sub files...
i connect from my work PC to my home PC fairly often (both are running Windows 7).
after 5 mins or so, the session times out with the message "Your Remote Desktop session has ended." is there a way to bump that time-out limit up or eliminate it completely?
i searched this forum and also did...
not sure if this is your problem but worth a shot
my WHS runs "chkdsk" on every drive at 12am every night. if i'm streaming any movies during this time things definitely bog down. maybe yours is setup to run at 10pm. check your event viewer/application log
there's no way that kid was oblivious... he *KNEW* he was racking up charges. whenever you buy a game, xbox points, etc.. a huge fat window pops up in front of you and confirms "YOU WILL BE CHARGED $XX.XX (XXX POINTS) TO MAKE THIS PURCHASE. DO YOU ACCEPT?"
then for 6 whole months, the mother...
if it's a launch 20/60gb PS3, i'd be a little wary of folding on it since they're kinda valuable and Sony doesn't make them anymore. you'd want to prolong it's life as long as possible. from what i've read, the PPD->watt ratio is horrendous compared to what you could get with GPU or SMP folding