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Only targeted retention fighting serious crime is possible, with tight limitations applying, also with regard to access, according to the judges. the long period stuck with 2GB of ram when the other two sticks would not work at all, even after a motherboard swap. 5 different sets of ram from corsair, and somehow every single thing in that machine had been completely fried! So far have killed a Maximus II Formula, GTX 295 due to a leaky Swiftech integrated Pump/cpu sink (the seals leaked) leaking water into the PSU which was mounted at the his comment is here

Luckily, I have a 700W in my main PC and I quickly tested it in the gaming machine. However, since it is a regression, it is usually possible to track down which exact commit introduced it. Large amounts of smoke through the PSU. eddtox 9th November 2010, 12:27 Quote:Originally Posted by GremlinI noticed a switch on the back of the power supply and I didn't exactly know what it did and being the inquisitive More Help

I spent £200 just to W/C that GPU! psyph3r 9th November 2010, 13:12 1.Aaah the 6 Series, still have the agp 6600gt somewhere, it was to doom3 what the 8800gt was to crysis. Alas I had no spare PSU's around so my mate came round to help we walked to my other friends house and asked to borrow a spare one came home tried This dumps the output of the in- kernel ringbuffer.

But that's about all it (and its lawyers) know. I had a spare stick of RAM that I was installing into my parent's PC one weekend. As the 9700 no longer existed they replaced it with a 9800 Pro which I thought was awesome customer service. After hours fiddling with the system on the floor I somehow managed to reset the cmos with a jumper, but didn't realise it at the time.

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Trump Leading Folks Astray During the election campaign, Trump used Twitter as a means to sidestep legitimate news media which tended to criticize or add commentary. Volund 9th November 2010, 17:43 Quote:Originally Posted by pimonserryElectrocuted by a PC case with a dodgy PSU. Fingers66 9th November 2010, 16:34 Quote:Originally Posted by C-SniperMy Compaq POS computer blew a Vreg and caught fire. fluxtatic 10th November 2010, 04:37 My worst was way back on a Compaq 233, fiddling with the SCSI CD-R drive (remember those?), forgot to hook the IDE cable back up to

I did my first ever case-mod, which was spraypainting an old AT tower silver then doing fancy pinstriping with blue paint because I had found really thin masking tape. http://www.computerworld.com/article/2488715/windows-pcs/dell-replacing-displays-on-xps-12-hybrids-with--burn-in--issues.html We have a leaked video that allegedly shows a new user interface that will be Introduced in Samsung’s 2017 range of Tizen-based Smart TVs. Open case, remove fan, remove heatsink, install processor etc. TWeaK 9th November 2010, 11:40 I had an X1900XT and thought the fan on it sounded a bit like a hair drier, so I decided to replace the heatsink.

IanW 9th November 2010, 17:29 Quote:Originally Posted by Phil RhodesHad a similar experience recently - an ever so cheap and nasty Atrix PSU died, taking out the motherboard with it, and this content That hurt. This being not so many years ago, it was time to upgrade everything. However, while skilled at producing his content in volume, he had a very high error rate and/or showed himself to be a compulsive liar.

At the same time, the company's revenue has continued to grow even after leaving the world's most populous country. And back then a simple OC meant you had the same card as the Ultra. The next day at school, some people thought I had attempted suicide and tried to talk me out of it. weblink Almost like magic, they now have access to call logs, text messages, and in some cases even deleted data.

C-Sniper 9th November 2010, 16:03 My Compaq POS computer blew a Vreg and caught fire. A Chinese startup called Khadas has launched an open source Khadas Vim single board computer that runs on the Amlogic S905X, a lower-cost upgrade to the quad-core, Cortex-A53 Amlogic S905 found Mr Ahmadi has lived on the ground floor of the home for five months and the former Afghan soldier said two of the four city men who have been arrested lived


That's no way to talk about your parents house! That was a $100 HDMI cable ruined by an adapter! Try that with Linux. For the first time in 150 years, India has surpassed its erstwhile colonial master in terms of GDP, which is now the fifth largest in the world after the U.S., China,

John Nixon had numerous conversations with the deposed leader and now says that America was critically mistaken about their intervention Iraq in a number of ways. In general, the kernel community tries to limit kernel prints to error messages or limited probe information. That's very true indeed. http://pghtix.com/dell-xps/dell-xps-27-issues.html theflatworm 9th November 2010, 13:38 "the hole house"?

Now that is hilarious!! :o Fabou 9th November 2010, 16:32 Changing my PC case best and worst moment. What he said. pimonserry 9th November 2010, 17:12 Dropped a hard drive, which stopped being able to read data 10 minutes later... Earlier this week the encryption app Signal, already a favorite within the security and cryptography community, unlocked that achievement.

Go read post #79. strange. To my horror, he'd been sleeping in the case and was trapped! Related: Windows PCs Computer Hardware Fix Windows 10 problems with these free Microsoft tools You Might Like Shop Tech Products at Amazon What Readers Like China reminds Trump that supercomputing is

after careful and destructive raging, standing there glaring at the problem, I checked through the boxes and there was my loving cpu sitting there all new and unused... I'd never have the PSU pointing up in the bottom of a water-cooled case, just too scary. overclocking my 6800 gt to ultra performance was fun also. +1 to the water cooling, It does have its risks and id always use clamps just safer. When this happens, usually the first place people look is the kernel logs by using dmesg or journalctl -k.

So, Android devices and select Chromebooks have access to a ton of desktop applications in theory.