we are running an online collaboration program
we all connected through a remote server
(there are several in the option box - but they are listed by name only)
is there a program that I can run on my local computer
that will list my remote connection IP addresses?
wow - great solution !
only needed the free version
3 hd less than 50C
main HD (c drive = 64C)
is that too hot??
fyi = i keep my case side off
and use a desk fan to blow on graphics card
(lots of 3d gaming)
I keep the fan off on non-game mode
just turned fan on - - and got 10...
yep - still cannot find a more 'elegant solution'
question - I am sure which one is C (based on location inside case)
if I unplug one of the other drives, then replug
what happens to the drive letters?
will they be recalled? or will winXP reassign
(and then screw up my registry keys???)
I have 4 HD, and I want to remove one and add a SSD
(to load my games faster :laugh:)
how can I tell which HD is attached to which cable???
(without simply removing one at a time)
I do have the mapping from my partition program
1 = c
2 = f/g/h
3 = k
4 = o/p
things used to be fine
3 home computer
#1 MY XP home
#2 son XP home
#3 son Vista 64
after trying filezilla server on MY cpu (XP) - lost networking
uninstalled File Zilla Server ( did not work anyway)
#2 and #3 still ok (to each other)
#1 can still see #2 (not #3)
#2 and #3 can NOT see #1 ...
attention - problem solved - not really sure how - but sharing with the forum
I took the chance, after reading many URL about use of WinXP Pro and that it ASKS if you want to install or recover
so I did recover
and is asks to select the verison of windows (OS) as I had only one - it was was -...
as I said - NONE of the other programs found VUNDU
much less deleted it - this was a month ago - maybe others can now = and it is NOT garbage - it worked for me
grisoft and avast and several others did not
and yes - StopZilla has many bad reviews over the years
but I risked my 30 day money back...
c: --> not a valid drive
in any event - I have done lots of research this past
hour - seems that STUPID MICROSOFT tells us to make a startup floppy - but it IS WORTHLESS , because it WILL NOT RECOGNIZE NFTS drives
found dozens of links confirming this
same thing happens on both computers
(Same Gateway models)
I made a startup floppy
but when used to start the computer
it cannot find the C drive ! huh?
what good is it?
did I do something wrong when I made the floppy?
corputed file = no winXP disk
this would be easy if Gateway gave me a WinXP CD . . .
instead they gave me a recovery CD with WinXP embedded which will reformat the whole HD if used - IDIOTS
I have a corrupted file (I get this message on startup)