Having sold my beloved Mercedes having spent just over a year rebuilding it from the ground up (damn moving country) , I've had a hankering for a decent, fast, RWD car again (my Jetta is dull, slow and wrong wheel drive), so when I saw this for sale I had to grab it.
350CID (5.7L) V8. 3 speed...
Since leaving Singapore I've always been dying to get back to the Far East. Now the opportunity has arisen for me to go to Seoul to teach English. Thing is, I only moved to Canada in April! It'll be a one year contract, so providing the Canadian authorities don't revoke my permanent citizenship...
Yesterday morning I came into work only to find 5000+ NDRs sitting in my inbox since Friday.
Since then all day today all I've got for the past 24 hours is at least 1 email a second from either System Administrator or an external server telling me that the emails are...
Just got a new HP Proliant server at work, we've migrated users etc etc to it no problem. Now, I'm falling over with Exchange being very selective with emails it's sending!
Basically, I was very much left in the lurch by the previous IT admin, who has left me no records of...
In my office at work I have a Xerox WorkCentre M128.
Now, it's connected to the network via a standard RJ45 connection - no problems there.
Everyone else in the office can see and print to it fine, but every day, without fail, I'll turn my computer on and that printer will be...
Okay guys, this is the breakdown of my little home network.
Server running Ubuntu has three drives:
80GB for OS (IDE internal)
250GB for storage (IDE internal)
500GB for storage (USB external)
My computer dual boots Windows XP and Ubuntu 7.04 (Feisty).
Now, the problem:
At work we have a domain run by a server on Small Business Server 2003. We need to stop one user from using the internet except when given permission... Perhaps a password control would be sufficient.
Unfortunately they still need to access the full internal network, and the internet...
Can someone explain something to me please? My Q6600 runs at 2.4ghz. I assumed this is 2.4ghz overall, but I've just seen on another forum someone thinks theirs runs at 2.4ghz per core.
Could someone clear up which of us is correct please?
With my old rig running a Radeon 9800 Pro 128mb I used to run at 1280 x 960 @ 200hertz. Now I've just built my new one with a nVidia 8800GTS 640mb and I can't go above 85hertz at the same refresh rate without it saying it's out of range!
Running the latest drivers from nVidia...
I'm currently running:
MSI K7N2 Delta
1gb DDR3200 Crucial
A whole load of IDE hard drives
Windows XP Pro SP2
My question is, is this worth it:
Intel Core 2 Duo E6600 4MB Cache Dual Core 64 BitProcessor...
I currently have 4 devices in my IDE slots:
1 x Maxtor 80gb (primary master & the one Windows is installed on)
1 x WD Caviar 120gb (primary slave - storage nr1)
1 x NEC DVD-RW (secondary master)
1 x WD 250gb (secondary slave - storage nr2)
Now, for about a year it's been running fine...
We're currently upgrading all our 2k machines at work to XP Pro, but on one machine I'm having problems.
It has a SATA drive, for which I've made a floppy containing the drivers from the motherboard cd.
When I boot from the XP disk, I hit F6 to install them, get the options of...
I have a bit of a dilemma - I have absolutely no artistic skill whatsoever, and I require a banner for a thing my dad and a friend of his are setting up.
Basically, it's a free advice site about sports nutrition, homeopathy in sports and bodybuilding. There's a basic FAQ, but if you...
Tomorrow for the Old Timers Grand Prix! This is the car I'll be going in:
Wish me luck all! Back on Tuesday. :devious:
P.s any quick tips for it, the surrounding area, and places of interest in the region?
At work we have two workgroups -Contracts and then Wokrgroup for the rest of the company. For security reasons, Contracts is kept seperate, and connected to the internet. However, a user on that workgroup now needs access to the both workgroups, but is there a way to set each NIC (there are 2 in...
Mine just auto updated, but here's the changelog.
Agnitum Outpost Firewall Pro 2.5 offers an extensive list of valuable features that maintain the integrity of your system on the Internet.
Agnitum Outpost Firewall Pro 2.5 features improvements that make it more reliable, flexible and easy to...