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Computer Building
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Long Live Computer Building! Welcome and please participate. Thanks -- Josh
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836I get 2GB reads with that Qnine PCI adapter card for NVME in my new system. VerFUBHO-5 hours ago
835I went a totally different route for my new system. Instead of building from thFUBHO-September 26
834Home Powerline internet. Purchased 2 TP-Link AV1000 kits as needed 3 units. Pasekimaa-July 16
833I got a TP-Link AV1200 kit -- one for each end -- that I use for getting the netTheNoBoB1July 11
832Powerline Network--Hey All, Is anyone using a powerline network and has any recoekimaa-July 10
831OS X under VirtualBox is very bad compared to VMWare Workstation.FUBHO112/8/2019
830This website guides you through installing OS X Catalina in virtual box. Make sFUBHO112/8/2019
829Hard drives have data retention problems too, but transistors are increasingly sgoldworldnet-9/2/2019
828I don't know: I can't see any reason they couldn't create 20TB M.2 di-node19/2/2019
827Hard drives will be around a while still yet because of storage capacity. For vgoldworldnet19/2/2019
826I guess you could use a sufficient list of shares & drive mappings: NET USEi-node19/2/2019
825My now discontinued motherboard has a lot of internal and external ports. Also goldworldnet19/2/2019
824LOL. That's a first for me to see... "26 drive letters ought to be eni-node19/2/2019
823I don't download email, so I can't help him with that. goldworldnet18/10/2019
822That's awesome. His feedback on both should be interesting. Set up Firefox asteve harris-8/10/2019
821He knows little about computers except his phone and I don't need to confusegoldworldnet18/10/2019
820I think that's a good idea, compare the two available operating systems I hasteve harris-8/10/2019
819I've decided not to put XP on his box because of too many problems. He wilgoldworldnet38/10/2019
818I'll get back to Linux. Started XP over with 64 bit SP2. There isn't a goldworldnet-8/8/2019
817New features in Linux Mint 19.2 Cinnamon LOL... Just got throughgoldworldnet18/4/2019
816I just upgraded my workhorse guest from 19.1 to 19.2. 19.2 is suppose to encompaLTBH28/3/2019
815Thanks LTBH I got into Linux after getting tired of doing clean installs of Winsteve harris18/2/2019
814Have no idea about speed comparisons. However my I5 4690 and mint cinnamon 19.1 LTBH18/2/2019
813How goes Linux? Use to be a lot faster than Windows, but Gnome and KDE started gsteve harris18/2/2019
812On my latest build I used an old case and had some problems. Started regrettinggoldworldnet27/21/2019
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