I was hoping to get some help configuring a Cisco RV320 router. The RV320 is at a remote location, I want to configure a port forward for remote desktop from my public static IP address through the RV320 to a server on the RV320's internal lan.
I have setup port forwarding on the RV320...
I have a strange network issues with one of my clients.
Their network consists of 100+ computers & printers with another 40 or so wirelessly connected notebooks and mobile devices.
The network is managed by a Netgear UTM150 router (DHCP and DNS) and wireless is by a Ubiquity Unifi...
I fourteen years of fixing computer there haven't been to many problems that I haven't been able to fix but this one has me stumped...
Here is the situation:
Lenovo 8808-BC1 small form factor PC
- no PS2 ports only USB.
- Windows XP Pro SP3
Client installs multiple "Registry Fixers" / " PC...
I have finally moved into my new offices and now my garage is filled with 5 years of accumulated bits and pieces that have to go.
I have started a list as I work through all the boxes, (lots) more will be added ;-)
Check the List Here.
(Please note postage only to Australia.)
I have a client running a small network with five computers, all running Windows XP SP2. One of the computers is acting as a file server. The client PCs each have three network shares (X, Y, Z).
1) Accessing X, Y or Z from any computer works fine, with files and folders appearing close to...
Heres my situation, I have a working computer:
Asus P5K Deluxe (intel P35 chipset)
Intel Q6600 processor
4 Gb ram (2 * 2Gb Corsair Dominator)
1 WD1500ADFD Raptor (boot) connected to Intel SATA as JBOD drive
2 WD2500YS connected to Intel SATA as RAID0
4 WD3200YS connected to...
I have a 74Gb Raptor drive which I have been using as the boot drive for a PC for some time now and all appeared to be normal. Recently, although boot times seem normal, transfers from the other drive in the system to the Raptor are really slow. HD-Tach tests the drive at a STR of only 9Mb/sec...
I don't know about everyone else, but I seem to be spending 80% of my time these days cleaning computers infected with scumware. I got even more depressed after I received my weekly e-mail from WindowsSecrets.com.
Here is an extract:
Here is the full e-mail article...
Windows XP Home computer infested with spyware, one user with no password so computer boots to desktop with out stopping at the user selection screen.
Boot into safe mode, install Ad-aware and latest reference file (2nd June)
Run Ad-Aware, nukes spyware but unable to remove one file...
I don't know if any of you are into Formula 1 Racing. I had never been to a GP before but I actually won some tickets from AMD so what the hell!
You will have to put up with my blurb lovin AMD on the web page, I was feeling very grateful when I wrote it...
Has anyone used the new WD JD SATA drives? Or seen a good review? I am thinking of getting a couple for myself but after my experience with a Seagate SATA drive :( I bought at the start of the year I am going to look before I leap... :wink:
If I do get them I will be using them on the...
The last joke thread is still out there somewhere, but at 5+ pages long it was getting a bit big so here is the start of a new thread....
A bit long winded but so was the original Abbot and Costello joke. For all you computer store people. :wink:
ABBOT: Ultimate SuperDuper Computer...
Does anyone know where I can get two of these:
Seagate Barracuda 9LP
50 pin SCSI interface
They must be this model and I need two. They are for a (very expensive) image setting machine and they are connected using a backplane so I am fairly sure I cannot use a 68to50...
Check out the full story...
Here is the final Quote:
WD's drive, however, delivers single-user performance that matches and even exceeds not only 10k RPM SCSI but also that of 15k RPM units. It is the answer to many years of prayers from power-users and enthusiasts worldwide.
I wonder how...
What are your recommendations for a basic video card for "office" type computers, ie: used for work and not games... :wink:
This is what I want (in no particular order...)
- low cost (under AUD$50 wholesale extax)
- totaly reliable
- simple driver installation or native Windows 2000/XP...