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- Sat Nov 12, 2005 2:06 pm
- Forum: Tech Forum
- Topic: WinFixer spyware/adware removal help?
- Replies: 11
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ok I posted this up elsewhere but here it is again. "I got the typical whine that varies with rpm only when the engine is on. The weird thing is that it only happens on the front preouts the rear and sub preouts are fine and have no noise. I've also tried another pair of rca's. It all happened after...
I used to a long long time ago. I can be found lurking around http://www.caraudiotalk.com Its got a much more mature audience. It used to sound good. I've got some noise issues at the moment. The famous rpm varying whine. Its to damn cold to sort it out. :lol: I do beleive its my head unit causing t...
$400 - Adire Audio Brahma 12" ( link ) $400 - Cadence Z9000 link ) $120 - Wiring from Knukonceptz.com ( link ) $130 - Sealed 12" Enclosure, custom built for Adire Audio subwoofers by Chris "Geolemon" ( link ) Total: $1050 Hey! I got a similar setup 2 10" Adire Audio Brahmas Cadence Z1500 and a dual...
- Sat May 01, 2004 9:47 am
- Forum: Tech Forum
- Topic: Internet connection trouble - windows xp fresh install
- Replies: 9
- Views: 633
I've had my raptor for a good 5 - 6 months now. Not a single problem. It blows away any 7200rpm drive. My system feels faster than the P4 3.2ghz machines I have worked with at work. The Raptor makes a huge diffrence. If your not overclocking go with some of this ram. http://www.ec.kingston.com/shop/...
I assume its the same as 2k. In the Device Manager under COMPUTER ACPI... should come up. What you want to do is double click on the ACPI Go to the Driver tab hit the update driver button hit next choose the "select from a list of known drivers" hit next now click the "show hardware of this class" F...
I've had some experience with this problem on my old system. Tbird 950 512MB of ram Geforce 4 Ti4400 windows 2000 The only way I got around the stutering was to turn off ACPI in windows. This got most everything on its own IRQ. Once I did that it ran very smooth. Unfortunatly its not an easy solution.
At work there are a few windows 2000 pro machines that the network card will out of the blue disable themselves. Diffrent nic brands, motherboards, hubs. Any ideas? Do surges make the nics disable themselves?