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- Sat Jan 09, 2010 9:43 am
- Forum: PC Gaming
- Topic: Which Antivirus Software do you use ? Why?
- Replies: 44
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I don't use one. I run housecall.trendmicro.com every couple of weeks but I don't have a need to bog down my computer every hour of the day. Just be careful of the sites you go to and the stuff you download. Generally if you're acquiring software or media legally, you don't have to worry about that ...
I guess I don't have any pictures handy (check xbox-scene.com) but, the power supply is about 3 inches wide, and with an adapter can work to power a computer motherboard. There's a hard drive tray above that (which is about 6 inches wide). Assuming you decide not to put in a disc drive, you could p...
That's the plan, but I'd like to see the insides so I know if I need to get an internal or external power supply and how many HDD's I can put in there while leaving room for cooling and PCI cards.
well to start with the ODD on the xbox is broken. The tray doesn't come out anymore. In addition to emulators and movies, they have some educational games that need to be installed to a windows environment to play. I'd also like to give them something that is upgradable and that they will use for qu...
I'm having a hell of a time finding any kind of schematics of an xbox. I gotta original xbox (not handy) that I'm going to gut and turn into an HTPC running windows with a frontend for emulators and movies for her kids. This way they'll get access to their movies and games and when they get older th...
- Thu Dec 24, 2009 12:52 am
- Forum: Technical Questions and Answers
- Topic: Two Questions
- Replies: 5
- Views: 1101
I have two more questions: When a fuse is blown, can it still power an LED? Also, on the SNES Mini, can the capacitors light up an LED when the fuse isn't blown, and can it light them up when it is. normally when a fuse blows, power doesn't get through. and if there's charge in the caps and the LED...
there's nitro2k01's method. effective. There's the event viewer: right click my computer select manage click event viewer if the document was opened before it was copied it should be in your recent documents folder. you might try the temp folder as well. that's always fun. If you know specifically w...
- Fri Nov 13, 2009 8:21 am
- Forum: PC Gaming
- Topic: USB and PXE XP and Win7 Installs Respectively...
- Replies: 1
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Setup: 2 desktop computers hooked up through a Linksys WRT54GS. Both running a pirate copy of XPSP3 (meaning no updates) I now have a legitimate copy of windows XP and 7 that I would like to install but I've never been able to get a bootable USB to work on either of these computers and I'm lackin in...
- Thu Nov 12, 2009 7:46 am
- Forum: Case Construction
- Topic: Any one out here use CAD modeling to design their cases?
- Replies: 6
- Views: 2913