• RS-232 Port Buffer – Hardware protection

    I am looking for a device that attaches between the RS-232 port on a computer (in this case a laptop) and a Serial device (in this case an old programmable logic controller) that acts as a signal buffer. I'm NOT looking for something that stores data, rather I'm looking for a device that will...

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  • POST is not displayed on my LCD screen through DVI-I

    POST is not displayed on my new LCD screen when its connected through DVI-I and it proceeds straight to the XP boot screen. On VGA either on the new screen or the old CRT POST is displayed normally. While on dual display I get POST on my CRT but not on my LCD. Any way to solve this? My system is...

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  • Routing VLANs to public IPs from Intranet through Fortigate firewall

    We have three virtual local area networks (VLANs) as follows: 1 data, 2 voice and 3 wireless. We have 6506e at the core, and interVLAN routing is working fine. The problem is implementing FortiGate firewall in transparent mode and terminating the ISP on the router with Ethernet output. I am not...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Data erasing solutions?

    Hello everyone, I am currently working on a worldwide project and I need address one specific issue: Which is the better solution in terms of: 1. Administration (time dedicated to daily production). 2. Product effectiveness and by this I mean the products capacity to provide a 100% or close to in...

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  • Wireless access gone after hard drive replacement

    I have a wireless card in a Dell GX260 running XP. It was working just fine. Then I replaced the harddrive and installed XP again. I have the CD with the driver to the card and installed it. Since that time, the computer "sees" the wireless router but does not connect. (Sees - in the software that...

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  • Tracking Laptop Users

    Does anyone have a recommendation for a good software program to track internet content for lap top users when not connected to the network? Specifically, what software does the best tracking when the users connects back to the network.

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  • High speed network connections between buildings that are 500-700 metres apart

    what is the best suitable network that supports high-speed connections between buildings that are 500-700 metres apart

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  • #com v’s Cisco

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    Bouncybrit10 pointsBadges:
  • Recommendation for handling wall phone plates in UTP cable installations

    In order to prevent a potential ground loop effect on F/UTP cable installations I usually avoid letting the metal shell of a shielded connector touch a metallic plate. What does Siemens AG recommend for wall phone plate installations when deploying an F/UTP cabled installation?

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  • Laptop cannot detect home WLAN server

    I have two T42 laptops which connect to a Siemens Gigaset Wlan server. One has been used by my son at boarding school and the settings have probably been changed. It now does not see the home Wlan server any more, even so it still sees weaker servers in surrounding houses. The second T42 sees and...

    Wlannovice15 pointsBadges:
  • Will vender’s hardware revenues shrink as a result of virtualization?

    Since virtualization allows one server to replace several non-virtual servers one would think this would be bad for HP,Dell, IBM and other server vendors. Yet it doesn't seemed to have caused the stock of these vendors to go down. Is this because the new virtual servers will cost more and have a...

    Jim4522820 pointsBadges:
  • What will make an analog signal?

    Does the communication between two network interface cards (NICs) of a computer connected by a Cat 5 cable in a digital signal form or an analog signal?

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Replacing motherboard

    hello i did something wrong in my bios an fried my chip ,however luckily i have an exact spare motherboard if i just throw it in will it all be ok or will i lose windows an data etc .thanx for any help reub ps i wont flash bios again

    Reubdogg5 pointsBadges:
  • Will adding eATA interfere with my current RAID setup?

    I just go a new eATA 1.5 TB harddrive what i like to ad to my setup as data back up drive on board i have 4 eATA conections 2 are used for raid 0 this is the setup CybertronPC X-Cruiser SLI AMD Gaming PC – AMD Athlon 64 X2 5000+ 2.6GHz, 4GB DDR2-667, 2x250GB SATA II (RAID 0), DL DVD±RW, 2x...

    Webpanther5465 pointsBadges:
  • Part of program on external monitor

    How can I display my main program on the laptop monitor and results (for the public)on a external monitor in visual basic 2008?

    Sportsbuilder5 pointsBadges:
  • SDHC speed class confusion

    SDHC cards have 3 speed classifications; classes 2, 4 and 6 which correspond to write speeds of 2 4 and 6 Mb/sec. Why then are some SDHC cards rated as class 4 (or even 2) with write speeds greater than 6 Mb/sec. For example, Sandisc has class 4 cards with 15 Mb/sec rates called class 4 cards.

    Clballard5 pointsBadges:
  • 8GB DIMMS for AMD Shanghai?

    Any idead when 8GB DIMMS will be available for Shanghai processors?

    Gunslinger65 pointsBadges:
  • Setting up a wireless configuration

    I want to set up a wireless connection between 2 computer and want to know if I need a router if both computers are set up for wireless connections? If I do do I need to connect to the internet with the router? If so, can I do this using my cell phone as a modem? And lastly what is an access point?

    StephHouse5 pointsBadges:
  • SD to SDHC card reader

    Just purchased and Acer Aspire One Netbook. Love it. It sports 2 card readers, both SD card (up to 4gb)capable. I understand that the newest SD card readers are capable with a firmware upgrade handling the SDHC format. Windows tells me I have a "JMCR SD/MMC SCSI Disk Device". Can anyone help?...

    Pstrulm5 pointsBadges:
  • PCMCIA UNKNOWN_MANUFACTURER

    I have a SanDisk CompactFlash card that has been working in all of my laptops except for the newest one I just got. When I put the card in the new laptop it recognizes that a card has been inserted because the new hardware install dialog pops up but it can't find any drivers for it. When I go into...

    RoadDust390 pointsBadges:

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