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Forum: Tutorials 10 Mar 2011
Replies: 359
Views: 1,264,240
Posted By RugbyHoe
Didn't have time to read through the whole thread...

Didn't have time to read through the whole thread but just thought I'd mention that option 1 also worked just fine for me with Windows Server 2008 R2 + Sp1.

Thanks Brink!
Forum: Hardware & Devices 14 Dec 2009
Replies: 2
Views: 1,314
Posted By RugbyHoe
That is normal behavior

That is normal behavior
Forum: Hardware & Devices 11 Dec 2009
Replies: 7
Views: 1,319
Posted By RugbyHoe
The new Toshiba Portable arrived today. It's...

The new Toshiba Portable arrived today. It's working great and is dead silent. Just plug it in to a powered USB 2 port and it works. It arrived formatted as FAT32 and includes some sort of backup...
Forum: Installation & Setup 11 Dec 2009
Replies: 0
Views: 2,280
Posted By RugbyHoe
Free eBook - "Windows 7: Tips & Tricks"

Most of the folks on SF probably won't need this, but I've found a nice little Windows 7 reference for those that might need a little help tweaking their setups. As the title suggests, this is a free...
Forum: Graphic Cards 11 Dec 2009
Replies: 5
Views: 1,993
Posted By RugbyHoe
The real problem here is that the Intel 915GAV...

The real problem here is that the Intel 915GAV motherboard is a pretty old platform; I seriously doubt it even has a PCI-e bus so your choices might be pretty limited. Obviously I'm just guessing...
Forum: PC Custom Builds and Overclocking 10 Dec 2009
Replies: 1,953
Views: 272,988
Posted By RugbyHoe
A Christmas Present For Me

I've been a very good boy this year, so I rewarded myself with a new rig...


The Bits and Pieces:

Thermaltake Element S Chassis
Corsair CMPSU-850HX PSU
ASUS P7P55D EVO Motherboard...
Forum: Performance & Maintenance 10 Dec 2009
Replies: 2,990
Views: 545,443
Posted By RugbyHoe
Just finished off a new build and I am pretty...

Just finished off a new build and I am pretty happy with these results.

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Had to RMA the heat-sink fan I'd intended to use for this build, so the overclocking will have to wait until I...
Forum: Graphic Cards 10 Dec 2009
Replies: 5
Views: 1,993
Posted By RugbyHoe
I'm afraid the only options open to you are going...

I'm afraid the only options open to you are going to involve buying new gear. I certainly wouldn't recommend spending any kind of serious money upgrading the platform you are currently on though,...
Forum: Hardware & Devices 09 Dec 2009
Replies: 7
Views: 1,319
Posted By RugbyHoe
I have a 320 GB USB-powered Maxtor portable drive...

I have a 320 GB USB-powered Maxtor portable drive that I've used for over a year with no issues, unfortunately Maxtor is no more (absorbed by Seagate).

Toshiba makes a 640 GB USB-powered...
Forum: Graphic Cards 09 Dec 2009
Replies: 2
Views: 1,601
Posted By RugbyHoe
I see from your specs that you built your own...

I see from your specs that you built your own machine, so my first suggestion would be for you to make sure you have installed all the latest drivers for your HD4850 - Drivers & Support |...
Forum: Graphic Cards 09 Dec 2009
Replies: 12
Views: 3,712
Posted By RugbyHoe
Just don't forget the power requirement I...

Just don't forget the power requirement I mentioned on your other thread. Many of the current generation graphics cards require a dedicated PCI-E power connection, so if you choose to go that route...
Forum: Software 09 Dec 2009
Replies: 1
Views: 616
Posted By RugbyHoe
a & b. The Microsoft.Net framework is installed...

a & b. The Microsoft.Net framework is installed with Windows 7 and will be found in your Windows folder.
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c. Run Windows update to see if there are any sp's or updates for .Net - it's...
Forum: System Security 09 Dec 2009
Replies: 6
Views: 3,664
Posted By RugbyHoe
Happy to help :cool:

Happy to help :cool:
Forum: Graphic Cards 08 Dec 2009
Replies: 27
Views: 7,625
Posted By RugbyHoe
FWIW - Tom's Hardware has a pretty good chart...

FWIW - Tom's Hardware has a pretty good chart that groups graphics cards with similar performance characteristics into different tiers. It's a really good reference resource for anyone shopping for a...
Forum: System Security 08 Dec 2009
Replies: 6
Views: 3,664
Posted By RugbyHoe
If you right click on an optional item in the...

If you right click on an optional item in the list you'll see the ability to hide it - if you click that menu item the optional update will change to gray text and will not appear in the list anymore...
Forum: Network & Sharing 08 Dec 2009
Replies: 15
Views: 2,687
Posted By RugbyHoe
I'll check this once I get home in about an...

I'll check this once I get home in about an hour...but assuming this is the issue...should I be checking in services? how would I get rid of it, assuming this is present?

Thanks again for being...
Forum: Software 08 Dec 2009
Replies: 14
Views: 83,163
Posted By RugbyHoe
As others mentioned, you can't really move apps...

As others mentioned, you can't really move apps to another drive without uninstall/reinstall steps, but you can change the default installation path so that all future apps will end up in the desired...
Forum: Graphic Cards 08 Dec 2009
Replies: 27
Views: 7,625
Posted By RugbyHoe
If it does indeed have a PCIe x16 slot - and...

If it does indeed have a PCIe x16 slot - and assuming your PSU can handle it, then I'd suggest going with something like a GeForce 8400 (you can find these for about $35), it uses the same drivers as...
Forum: Graphic Cards 07 Dec 2009
Replies: 27
Views: 7,625
Posted By RugbyHoe
Please provide your system specs as Qdos...

Please provide your system specs as Qdos requested - there are lots of variables.
Forum: Graphic Cards 07 Dec 2009
Replies: 27
Views: 7,625
Posted By RugbyHoe
I think all he's looking to do is extend his...

I think all he's looking to do is extend his desktop - his problem is that W7 is only seeing the output from his graphics card as a single display, and there are no W7 drivers or CCC or anything else...
Forum: Graphic Cards 07 Dec 2009
Replies: 27
Views: 7,625
Posted By RugbyHoe
Does your motherboard support any more advanced...

Does your motherboard support any more advanced graphics interfaces? Even AGP will give you much better results than the standard PCI bus.
Forum: Graphic Cards 07 Dec 2009
Replies: 27
Views: 7,625
Posted By RugbyHoe
The 9250's are still available out in the wild,...

The 9250's are still available out in the wild, but I think they are primarily targeted for folks that are still stuck with either an AGP or old-style PCI graphics interface on their motherboard....
Forum: Graphic Cards 07 Dec 2009
Replies: 27
Views: 7,625
Posted By RugbyHoe
Unfortunately, I'm guessing it is as Qdos has...

Unfortunately, I'm guessing it is as Qdos has suggested - a driver issue. Might be time for an upgraded card...
Forum: Graphic Cards 07 Dec 2009
Replies: 27
Views: 7,625
Posted By RugbyHoe
Pick a monitor by clicking on its image(or select...

Pick a monitor by clicking on its image(or select it from the display drop-down), select "Extend desktop to this display" under Multiple Displays - then you should see a check box to "Make this my...
Forum: Software 07 Dec 2009
Replies: 6
Views: 9,541
Posted By RugbyHoe
If you are trying to install the VB6 IDE on a...

If you are trying to install the VB6 IDE on a 64-bit version of Windows 7, you are probably out of luck (short of creating a 32-bit virtual machine and installing VB to that image). Here's a link...
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