I installed 16GB of ram into my Precision M6400 the other day and it things ran perfectly fine, until I had to force an ACPI shutdown by holding the power button. When I turned it back on, the progress bar on the BIOS’s POST (power on self test) screen (big dell logo) got stuck at […]
I ran into a problem recently with my Google Voice’s voicemail – it no longer picked up my missed calls! Instead, it redirected to one of my other phone’s voicemail. Frustrated with this new phenomenon, I went searching for a solution, but again, didn’t find a clear answer. So I tried reducing the voicemail delay […]
Cisco-Linksys decided to release new routers for their home routers: the “Valet” series and the “E” series. After doing some research, they’re actually just a re-branding of the older models. The only difference is that the “E” series now have double the amount of NVRAM available. In this article, we’ll be looking at the new E2000 and E3000 routers.
The E2000 is actually the WRT320N with a working reset button and E3000 is the new WRT610N v2. But that doesn’t that mean you have to ditch your current router if you own one of these already, especially just to get the extra 32k of NVRAM. You can actually update the CFE of the older model and transform your WRT320N or WRT610N v2 into the E2000 or E3000 respectively. The CFE is basically the BIOS of the router.
Seems like one of those really annoying things out there is deploying an installation of Adobe Acrobat Pro with all (or most) of the updates at once. Of course, this pertains to the Windows version. After doing some intense research and looking through the bits and pieces if suggestions that are out there, I found […]
So I picked up a new Lexar Jump Drive Secure II Plus (32GB to be exact)… And ran into some serious problems with it. First, lets have a look at its design: Do you see that indicator on the front? Yes, that’s right… It’s a meter that shows the disk usage. The problem is that […]