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Please provide me with some URLs where I can purchase Thermaltake TGB1200W hard drive power cables that connect to the power supply and then plug into SATA hard drives.
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Please provide me with some URLs where I can purchase Corsair AX1200i hard drive power cables that connect to the power supply and then plug into SATA hard drives.
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My home has multiple coaxial cables running all over the place from years of switching and transitioning to other ISPs and Cable TV carriers. I decided to hook up a decent HDTV antenna outside and have a amplifier I purchased to help push the signal to 3 separate Smart TV's.  Here is the amp PCT-VC-5U.

I want to test to see which Coaxial Cables are receiving a signal through it so I can make sure I have the correct wires going to the correct locations. I am thinking is there a way to see if either power or signal or something is traveling through the Coax so I know what is what without purchasing some expensive device. If the solution is relatively inexpensive I am all in. If it is hundreds it is not worth it to me now.  I have volt meter and a few other simple devices.

Can anyone out there help tell me how to get this done? Please advise I am all ears. If this is not the right place to ask this question please tell me where.
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I recently had a server that we were trying to update the drivers and firmware.  After I downloaded the SUU from Dell and burned to a DVD, This updated a few things bit a;sp saw error""Can't open IPMI device".

I have tried:

1)  Pull power, hold power button 1 minute.  Release, reapply power cords and start.
2)  Hold blue button 15 seconds to soft reset

After SUU finished we still see the error.  I simply cannot believe that the whole server is not bricked because the Lifecycle Controller failed to update iDRAC/IPMI firmwares.  This seems nuts and a huge flaw that will have me never updating another Dell server firmware ever again.  

Another thing to note is that this server had an iDRAC enterprise license.  I have read that the solution here is to replace the motherboard and I can get a refurbisghed motherboard  fairly cheap but I am sure I will lose my iDRAC enterprise license in that process because the license is tied to the machine (and I am not even sure I have the file any more).

I feel there has to be some other option other than replacing the entire motherboard, as I see a ton of refurbished boards out on the internet.  I feel someone else has ran into this problem other than me.
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I am looking for a laptop for university specifically computer science major i have done a lot of research and still can't decide my best option from those.
1. Dell XPS 13 (16GB Ram, 512 SSD)
2. Dell XPS 15 9560 (16GB RAM, 512 SSD)
3. Lenovo YOGA 720 (16GB RAM. 512 SSD)
4. Dell XPS 9575 (16GB RAM, 256 SSD)
5. HP Spectre
6. ASUS Zenbook Pro
If you could please rank them from best to worst according to my needs and add any suggestions I would really appreciate it. Thanks in Advance
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I recently purchased an APC Smart UPS 1500 from Amazon. Here is a link to the product: https://www.amazon.com/APC-Smart-UPS-1500VA-Battery-SMT1500/dp/B002MZW5JU

I received the product yesterday, plugged in the battery connector in the back of the unit, plugged in the unit to the outlet on the wall, plugged several devices and then turned it on. The UPS comes on, but it is not providing any power to my devices. I'm not sure if the battery is defective or how to troubleshoot the issue. I did some googling yesterday and not much information is listed on troubleshooting the UPS power supply. It is showing 99% charged, but the output shows off on the LED, which from what I understand seems to indicate that there is no power being output to the devices plugged into the back of the UPS device. I've attached a few pics of the front LED display and the back of the unit. I've unplugged the devices from the back until I figure out if the device is busted or if there is something that I've missed (user error) on my part. Thanks for any help.
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Dear All

 
              i recently have a probem on veeam (backp to tape) although i changed to use a brand now backup tape, this problem still occur, may i know this is reated to hardware or veeam software itself ? any help would be appreicated,

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We have the NEC SL1100 IP4WW models and one extension has a permanent fast flashing green light at the top.  I under it is the 'Call indicator lamp' .  Please could anyone advise how to stop it flashing.  Many thanks
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Hi

I have an Intel DH67BL motherboard version AAG10189-209. The current BIOS version is v119 which is too low to support an i7-3770 CPU. Intel have confirmed in a support chat and I have located documentation that states that the board (version) is compatible with this CPU.

SPECCY reports
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Manufacturer            Intel Corporation
Model                        DH67BL (LGA1155)
Version                        AAG10189-209
Chipset Vendor            Intel
Chipset Model            Sandy Bridge
Chipset Revision            09
Southbridge Vendor      Intel
Southbridge Model      H67
Southbridge Revision      B3
System Temperature      35 °C
BIOS
      Brand      Intel Corp.
      Version      BLH6710H.86A.0119.2011.0523.1030
      Date      23/05/2011

WINDOWS 10 reports
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OS Name                              Microsoft Windows 10 Pro
Version                                    10.0.17134 Build 17134
OS Manufacturer                        Microsoft Corporation
System Type                              x64-based PC
Processor                              Intel(R) Pentium(R) CPU G620 @ 2.60GHz, 2600 Mhz, 2 Core(s), 2 Logical Processor(s)
BIOS Version/Date                  Intel Corp. BLH6710H.86A.0119.2011.0523.1030, 23/05/2011
SMBIOS Version                        2.7
Embedded Controller Version      255.255
BIOS Mode                              Legacy
BaseBoard Manufacturer            Intel Corporation
Secure Boot State                        Unsupported

I am aware that I have to apply the "transition" update due to the significant BIOS restructuring that is required for the gen 3 processors. All attempts to update the BIOS so far e.g. to the transition version (v151) or earlier versions above 119 but below 151 have been unsuccessful. I have used the .exe and F7 …
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What URL(s) can I go to where I can enter the serial number of and determine the warranty expiration date of a Mac laptop?
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Anyone knows Aruba controllers well?   They normally pass through the same VLAN on the main switch, or the management VLAN.
Wonder why Aruba not recommending doing a direct heartbeat between Active and Passive controllers.  Using 7030 controllers at this point.
Normally I do a direct heartbeat between Cisco controllers.  But Cisco has a dedicated HA port for this.  Arubas not.  7030 controllers have 8 fiber and 8 copper ports.
 Anyone knows about it and have an advice?
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Hi,

We are looking for a security camera that can alert the user if motion is detected and does not take up much bandwidth.

We have Nest cameras which are on 24/7 but the problem is that they take up a lot of bandwidth.

Here is my criteria for the camera we are looking for:

- Less than €100
- Does not constantly take up bandwidth 24/7; only uses bandwidth for tasks such as notification sending, if user wishes to access pictures taken by the camera,etc.
- Does not need a subscription
- Can send a message to a person's phone when motion detected or when the camera sees someone
- Released in the past 2 years or more recently

What would be recommended as the best security camera with the above criteria?

Thanks,
Robbie
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Working with some cascading selects which are json populated.  I need set the select value with a previous selection which has been saved in a mysql table.  

I have found that I can load the select if I pause the page with a alert().


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form1.finish.value="<?php echo $row_Quote['Hdw_finish']; ?>";                              // load the finish select

if ("<?php echo $row_Quote['Hdw_finish']; ?>" != "Select Hardware Finish") {          // trigger finish change  
      $("#finish").trigger("change");
}

alert("pause1");
 
form1.Pull_type.value="<?php echo $row_Quote['Pull_type']; ?>";                               // load Pull_type
if ((form1.Pull_type.value != "Select Pull Type")&&(form1.Pull_type.value != "")) {      // trigger Pull_type change
    $("#Pull_type").trigger("change");
}

alert(pause2);

form1.handle.value="<?php echo $row_Quote['Pull_name']; ?>";                               //  load selected handle

---------------------------------------------

This does set the selects correctly, but without the alerts() it doesn't.  There has to be a right way to do this and this isn't it.
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Before I spend the $$, would a small KVM switch (like this one) work with an all-in-one unit desktop (like this one)?

I need to set up a secondary "headless" desktop tower to use as a test box, but am using the above-noted HP all-in-one as my primary desktop, with a second (extended desktop) monitor. I'd like to just use a standard KVM setup to switch back and forth between the primary all-in-one and the test box but am not sure if this might work since my primary desktop will not be able to switch video (as it is "its own" video source).
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Fujitsu N7100 setup complications.   I want my buttons to look like its predecessor illustrated here.

Fujitsu Best Practice Buttons
However, this is my default menu when I setup the Fujitsu N7100 Network Scanner

Save
Also, there should be no prompts following pressing one of the buttons to send to a computer but as you as see here, this is my next prompt...

buttons3.PNG

Followed by another unnecessary prompt to save.   How do streamline this interface so it's one push of a computer I select and it's auto sent to the computer's share?

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A user's Windows 10 computer bluescreened a couple hours ago.

The details of this crash are listed below.

What methods can I use to troubleshoot this issue and determine what can be done to prevent the computer from blue screening in the future?

Also, what are the best utilities for analyzing the C:\Windows\Memory.dmp file to help solve this issue

The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck.  The bugcheck was: 0x00000154 (0xffffa5093359a000, 0xffffe70d26fbdfb0, 0x0000000000000002, 0x0000000000000000). A dump was saved in: C:\WINDOWS\MEMORY.DMP. Report Id: b6892ebf-0c78-4dbe-9962-97c5260e3e78.

BSOD messageReliability history
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I have a pair of Monster Isport headphones that are under warranty and in need of support. The number I have for Monster Inc. is: 1-877-800-8989.
It doesn't matter when I try to reach customer support they are never available.

I've tried several times to make my request known to them via their online form. No one has responded to my request.

Maybe I'm missing the point, but I am unable to reach anyone that can help me fix my headphones.

By chance, would anyone of you have a different telephone number I can use to contact Monster customer support?
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Trying to get an original (or close to original) X284G Battery for our Dell Inspiron 1525 and stumbled across quite a few options on eBay.

This seller seems to be receiving quite a bit of good reviews for this particular battery model:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/252945012075

I'm not a shill and not trying to promote this product and just wondering what other options/places/products that you guys would recommend if it were you.

Thank you for your time.
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Hello All;

I have an intel s5000psl
For the last few weeks it has been randomaly shutting down on its own.
The latest time, was sometime early this morning.
When I tried to boot it back up, it would...

I would toggle the on/all switch on the PSU
And it would do the [Amber/Green] in 3 sets.
Then it would cycle on all the fans for about 2-seconds and then stop.

I completely removed everything from the board, and tested.
1-CPU / 1-Ram module
And still the same thing.

Took a break, and then came back, and wa-la, it booted with both CPU's and 2-sticks of ram.
So, I added in the remainder of the ram modules and it booted up and ran for about 20-minutes and then shut back down again.
I have not been able to get it to book back up since. (Been trying this go around for about 2-hours. Re-seating the memory and everything and still no go)

So.
Is it the PSU (or) is the MB board?

Thanks for any information.
Carrzkiss
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6 inch extender for audio/mic

mic stops working when I use it
audio continues working

maybe if I bought a more expensive wire extender both audio & mic would work

I Tried cell phone. audio works. mic does not work


computer has one hole for both audio & mic
computer
I want the extender cord to allow me to use mic on computer
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canon vixia hf r200 A
video camera

how can i use storage card and then put on computer
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Hi,

I would  like to buy some tv screens in the car, for the kids (in the back) (10 years old).
Now I have all my videos in mp4 format or avi, mkv, not DVD.  Something easy to install & use.

Any idea what would be the best buy (Europe region, not US)?

J.
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Please provide me with the URL address to download the camera drivers for a Dell Optiplex 9030 All In One.

This computer was running Windows 8.1 and was upgraded to Windows 10 Pro. After the upgrade I ran Driver Booster and updated over 22 drivers. Everything is working fine on the computer except that the built in camera doesn't work.

There are no problems listed within device manager and the current driver for the integrated webcam are the Microsoft drivers.

I have looked on Dell's website but haven't found any drivers that specifically say they are camera or webcam drivers.

When we try to use the webcam from any application the camera doesn't work. It was working fine under the old Windows 8.1 OS.

When we launch the Windows 10 camera program this error is displayed:

"Can't start your camera. If you're sure the camera is connected and installed properly, try checking for updated drivers.

If you need it, here's the errror code: 0xA00F4246<AllCameraLoadAttempts FAiled> (0x8007003)."

The hardware IDs for the integrated webcam are:

USB\VID_1BCF&PID_28B3&REV_3170&MI_00
USB\VID_1BCF&PID_28B3&MI_00

Camera error
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I have a clients Toshiba C660 Laptop and they have lost the BIOS password.

Does anyone know of a method to reset this?
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I have a Lenovo C40-30 All-in -One which I need to boot either from a USB flash drive or the on-board DVD.
I have changed the boot order in the BIOS but still it boots to Windows from the HDD
I tried excluding Windows Boot Manager but it the displays a no operating system error.
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