They definitely need to get a lot better before they get more mainstream. The Makerbot machines getting a lot of the spotlight lately are poorly designed,inconsistently manufactured, finicky to use pieces of junk. Until things get more plug and play, 3d printers are going to stay strictly in the...
I'm really disliking this "single player" but you have to be connected to a blizzard server to play, and it likes to d/c. Seems to dc most when using the hearth stone, and the last i played it froze when i tried to go further into the cathedral
Honestly, I haven't had an HDD go bad on me since putting UPS's on both machines in the apt. I've found we get minor power bumps/drops quite frequently in this building and the last. UPS is a good piece of mind. Costco usually has a decent price on APC UPSs
Tried it out today, not a fan so far. The DFM is neat at first, but I don't play Ace Combat to have the computer more or less fly the plane for me.
Ace Combat to me was always about full control and sometimes insane difficulty.
I've got several of that same gen of iMac at work, and can also confirm Apple support is feeding you a load of crap about Snow Leopard. Snow Leopard will definitely install on a 10.4/10.5 or blank HDD.
Backup your stuff because any upgrade has the potential for disaster. Ram + Snow Leopard...
The xda wiki is pretty good http://forum.xda-developers.com/wiki/index.php?title=HTC_Vision for the info about rooting it. As for CM7, get the latest nightly, it's pretty stable right now. Only thing I've really changed with it so far has been the keyboard and launcher.
The Cyanogenmod 7.1 nightlys are pretty speedy on my Desire Z. I didn't care for the default "ADW Launcher" though and switched it back to the stock Gingerbread launcher. If the gingerbread keyboard isn't your thing, try out the HTC IME keyboard it's pretty decent.
Slim ps3's don't have Wireless N, wish they did but they don't.
I've got at D-Link DAP-1522 bridge hooked up to my ps3 to get a wireless N connection to my DIR-655, and *most* times i can stream 720p HD, but not always. I'm seriously thinking about going back to ethernet.
I've had really bad luck with Shrewsoft VPN 2.1.4 on many machines, go for the latest RC of 2.1.5. For those of you BSOD'in, try disabling the "Shrewsoft lightweight protocol" if/when you get into Windows.
Well, first thing to note, the DWA-556 isn't a dual band N adapter. Also note, the 5GHz band has a shorter range than plain old 2.4GHz
I'd say get the PCI-E adapter, and maybe stick one of D-Link's bigger antennas on it, for example : http://www.dlink.com/products/?pid=545.
But really, if...
Look at it this way, to buy the the stand alone game it runs around $50 right? If you were to buy all the songs from the game (all 45 of them) as DLC, you'd be paying about $1.99 each... also known as $89.55.
The DLC that has been announced are the complete albums, but note that some of the...
I have to say, was kinda excited when they announced Cataclysm, but sad that it won't be around until sometime next year. The current content just isn't that interesting or useful. Also, the guy who invented the 'jousting' needs to die a painful death
I'm inclined to agree with that, either that or Sony has a really crappy buffer set for streaming on the PS3. On the same crappy AP (D-Link WBR-1310) I can usually stream without any issues to my 360 (MS wi-fi adapter), yet the PS3 rarely if ever makes it through a 40 minute video.
Silly question, but did you try disabling "DNS Relay" in your router settings? On the DIR-655 forums it's seemed to get folks a bit more stability. I suspect the DGL-4500 is a close cousin of sorts to it
I don't use the HDMI audio personally, but I've heard the drivers directly from Realtek work much better:
Edit: I see you've tried the newer realtek drivers. Why not just...