So I've this cheap router...an Airlink 101 AR670W flashed with DD-WRT.
Works well my Window 7 and Ubuntu boxes.
For some reason, on all Mac devices, I completely lose the wifi connection when it's been idle for a while. This happens on my iMac and iPod touch only, and not the other...
So I'm fiddling around with CentOS via Virtualbox. I have 4 network adapters setup. 1 is via NAT and 3 are local host only.
The local host only obviously don't give me access to the internet, but the NAT one does.
Problem is that when all 4 are active, I can't access the internet. If...
nope its just a light blue empty screen...it must be a video card thing, but my friend has the same machine with no pobs
As far as reliability, I get a notice that Windows was not properly shut down :(
Dell Precision T5500
Windows 7 Pro 64-bit
ATI FirePro V4800 with latest drivers
My computer randomly blue screens while in Windows. No text or anything. Just a blue screen and I can't do anything but restart.
Anyone else experience this? I know Google is my friend, but I've tried all of its...
Is it possible to take a hard drive image from one Mac and transfer it to another without having to re-install anything?
Thinking about getting more juice...not sure how this work with licensing, but I would then format the old computer.
Thanks for the info.
So for example, my site is hosted on Blue Host on a shared device. Therefore, I assume that I definitely can't get the same performance I would out of of a managed server. I just want to be sure they don't lock my account if I generate too much traffic.
Generally speaking, how many requests per second could a MySQL database take? I know some of it depends on hardware. For example, let's say I have a crappy old AMD system with 256mb laying around and I wanted to run an internal web server and hammer it.
Don't worry...I'm not trying to take...
If I have a hardware RAID enclosure set to RAID 1 and Windows recognizes it as 1 drive, is there anything else I have to do to setup? I assume the hardware part takes care of replication.
1 Sans Digital Enclosure set to RAID 1
Two 1TB Drives
Windows sees 1 1TB drive
I just purchased an external RAID enclosure made by Sans Digital. I set the jumpers to RAID 1 and Snow Leopard sees the two 1TB drives as 1 1TB drive. I formatted it and started copying over.
Since the RAID is being handled by the hardware, is there any RAID setting I have to set from within...
Bought this iMac and did not know it was damaged:
Does that look like LCD burn-in or is it condensation? It's that way when the iMac is off too. The yellowish appearance is most likely because it was under a yellow light.
I have a BIOSTAR MCP6P M2+ and AM2 5050E CPU. The 4-pin connector from the motherboard is really stiff and it seems like the CPU fan connector isn't lining up straight.
The only way to get the fan to spin is to push it tight against the white part of the CPU fan connector on the motherboard...